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Genocide Watch Alert Although the civil war of 2002 came to an end in 2004, Côte d'Ivoire has ever since been divided between north and south. The split is along religious and ethnic lines. The presidential elections in October and November 2010 were the trigger leading to an eruption of violence. The crimes that took place in Côte d'Ivoire in the aftermath of the elections may be qualified as genocidal massacres, though they were not aRead more
Genocide Watch: Côte d'Ivoire By Genocide Watch 14 February 2012, updated 25 April 2012 (En français) Although the civil war of 2002 came to an end in 2004, Côte d'Ivoire has ever since been divided between north and south. The split is along religious and ethnic lines. The north is predominantly Muslim and populated by Senufo, Mandé (Malinké, Dan, Gouro, Dioula), and Lobi groups, while the south is majority Christian andRead more
Cote d'Ivoire: Row Over Mass Naturalizations in Côte D'ivoire IRIN Humaninarian News and Analysis. 22 March 2013 Abidjan — Which of Côte d'Ivoire's 20 million inhabitants qualify as nationals is a question that has driven political debate and conflict here for many years, and one that came to the fore earlier this month when thousands of people who had lived here all their lives were finally, and simultaneously in a public ceremony, givenRead more
13 November 2012 "Cote D'Ivoire: Ex-Ivorian First Lady Questionned Over Genocide, Corruption" By Kimeng Hilton Ndukong, AllAfrica 11 November 2012 "Cote D'Ivoire: Court Again Refuses to Release Former Ivorian President" By AllAfrica 3 Novebmer 2012 "Cote D'Ivoire's Gbagbo Fit for Hague Trial" By This Day Live 10 October 2012 "Victims Need More from International Criminal Court Investigation in Cote d'Ivoire" By HuffPost Impact UK 07 August 2012 "IvoryRead more