China, Cote d'Ivoire to Deepen Cooperation On Belt and Road
[Focac] Abidjan -China and Cote d'Ivoire have pledged to deepen cooperation within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative and the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation.
I. Coast Soldiers Deny 'Agreement' With Government to End Mutiny
[Deutsche Welle] The government of Ivory Coast says it has reached a deal with mutinying troops to end a four-day rebellion over pay. But renegade soldiers, who deny accepting any such agreement, are vowing to continue their revolt.
Heavy Gunfire Heard in Ivory Coast's Two Main Cities Amid Mutiny
[Deutsche Welle] Witnesses say sustained gunfire has been heard in Abidjan and Bouake as the military tries to end a four-day army mutiny over pay. Falling cocoa prices have had a detrimental affect on the country's finances.
The Mutiny May Be Over, but the Army's Problems Are Not
[African Arguments] Reforming a fragmented army will be tough in C么te d'Ivoire's tense atmosphere. Could foreign deployment provide an alternative solution?
Obasanjo Worries Over Standoff in Cote d'Ivoire
[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -A former Nigerian president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has expressed concern over what he described as "the standoff and wholesome situation in the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire.
Govt Asks Cote d'Ivoire Mutineers to Return to Barracks
[Daily Trust] The Federal Government of Nigeria has condemned recent developments in Cote d'Ivoire in which a small fraction of the country's Armed Forces mutinied against the government.
Soldiers Accept Deal to End Mutiny
[Al Jazeera] Soldiers who staged a nationwide mutiny in Ivory Coast have reached an agreement with the government on bonus payments and have agreed to return to barracks, ending a revolt that paralysed cities and towns across the country for four days.
Ivory Coast Rebel Troops Say They Accept Deal to End Mutiny
[Deutsche Welle] A four-day mutiny by ex-rebel soldiers in Ivory Coast has ended after they accepted a government offer, the mutineers say. The rebellion paralyzed cities and towns across the country.
Leaders Worry About Violence From Cote d'Ivoire Army Mutiny Spilling Over
[RFI] West African leaders are concerned that violence from an army mutiny in Cote d'Ivoire could spread into the sub region, Liberia's information minister told RFI on Tuesday. The mutiny by disgruntled Ivorian soldiers is the latest in a series of armed protests over a wage dispute with President Alassane Ouattara's government.
Ecowas Chair Condemns Violence in C么te d'Ivoire
[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who is Chair of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS, has condemned the acts of violence which are being perpetrated by mutinous soldiers in C么te d'Ivoire in their demand for compensation allegedly promised them by their government.
Gunfire Erupts In Cities as Soldiers Mutiny
[Al Jazeera] Gunfire has erupted in several cities in Ivory Coast, according to witnesses, as the military presses an operation aimed at ending a mutiny by soldiers demanding bonus payments.
Nigeria Condemns Mutiny in Cote d' Ivoire
[Leadership] The Federal Government of Nigeria has wishes to condemned in strong terms the recent developments in Cote d'Ivoire in which a small fraction of the country's Armed Forces mutinied against the Government.
Renegade Soldiers Open Fire on Anti-Mutiny Protesters
[Al Jazeera] Six people, including a mother of three, were wounded when renegade soldiers in Ivory Coast opened fire at a protest against an army mutiny in Bouake, according to witnesses.
Ivory Coast Army Mutiny Enters Third Day
[Deutsche Welle] Revolting army soldiers have taken control of several cities, including Ivory Coast's second largest. Protests against the mutiny have been met with violence.
Ivory Coast Launches Military Operation to Quash Mutiny
[Al Jazeera] Ivory Coast has launched a military operation "to re-establish order" after soldiers who staged a three-day mutiny over bonus payments refused the army's demand to disarm.
Soldiers Stage Fresh Revolt Over Salaries
[Al Jazeera] Gunfire has erupted in several cities across the Ivory Coast, including the military headquarters in the commercial capital Abidjan, as anger spread following a decision by some leaders of a group of mutineers to drop demands for bonuses.
Gunfire Erupts in Abidjan, Bouake Amid Mutiny
[Al Jazeera] Gunfire was heard early on Monday in Ivory Coast's two main cities, according to witnesses, as the military pressed an operation aimed at ending a mutiny by soldiers demanding bonus payments.
Mission Accomplished - UN Operation in C么te d'Ivoire
[UN News] After 13 years, the United Nations is completing the peacekeeping phase of its engagement with C么te d'Ivoire, after successfully assisting the country in restoring peace and stability following the post-2010 election crisis.
Prof. Ghandour Receives Message From Ivorian Counterpart
[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour received, Thursday, a message from his Ivorian counterpart in response to his congratulatory message on the Calendar Year.