The fighting in Ivory Coast may be coming to an end, as entrenched leader Laurent Gbagbo is reportedly negotiating his own exit. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from the BBC's John James in the main city, Abidjan.
Forces loyal to the internationally recognized president of Ivory Coast have now entered the country's commercial capital, Abidjan. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's John James in Ivory Coast about the latest developments there.
Ivory Coast is one step closer to civil war after troops loyal to Alassane Ouattara dismissed Laurent Gbagbo's offer of a ceasefire and seized the political capital of Yamoussoukro. The BBC's John James reports from Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast.
African leaders are back in Ivory Coast hoping to convince Laurent Gbagbo to step down and cede power to his rival Alassane Ouattara. Tensions have grown in Ivory Coast after a disputed election. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with BBC correspondent John James.
Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to the BBC's John James in Abidjan, the capital of Ivory Coast. Post-election violence there has subsided, but the Ivory Coast ambassador to the U-N warns the country could be ï¿½on the brink of genocide.
Ivory Coast was once an economic hub of west Africa. Then, a civil war split Ivory Coast. The country, reunited in 2007,is threatening to descend into chaos again. The reason is last month's disputed election. The BBC's John James has more from Abidjan.
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