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Ivory Coast: Ivorians seeking justice and security for all now

Hermann Aboa and Nadege recently arbitrary assaulted by henchmen of the Power of Alassane Ouattara

Ivory Coast – Unbearable, horrible, barbaric, it’s the least we can say, faced with these particularly violent assaults experienced by some of our compatriots. We believed that we had survived hell during the post-election crisis that Ivory Coast has experienced in 2010. Unfortunately not, for some years now some acts ...

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A Catholic Archbishop to lead post-war reconciliation efforts in Ivory Coast

Paul Ahouana is a Franciscan Archbishop of the country’s second city Bouake.  He was known for having opened dialogue with the rebels at a time when they were shunned by much of the clergy.

Ivory Coast – In a new attempt to reconcile Ivorians, Alassane Ouattara, on Wednesday appointed a Catholic Archbishop, Paul Ahouana, to head the country’s post-war reconciliation efforts ahead of elections later this year. Ahouana is a Franciscan Archbishop of the country’s second city Bouake. According to Amadou Coulibaly, the presidency’s ...

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Cote d’Ivoire: Ouattara’s blind hatred towards Gbagbo’s supporters is the major threat to peace in the country

Despite the efforts of followers of Gbagbo to forgive the violence they suffer, blind hatred of Alassane Ouattara's regime for anything that is related to the former president is the main permanent threat to peace in Ivory Coast

Cote d’Ivoire – According to a Reuters report, the conviction of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo’s allies for their role in the violence that followed the 2011 election in Ivory Coast has deepened a rift in his party that risks radicalizing hardliners ahead of polls this year in the world’s top cocoa ...

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