Ivory Coast Offers 83MW Electricity for Sale to Salone, Others
[Concord] The Government of Cote d'Ivoire has availed 83 megawatts of electricity for sale to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
RSF Asks CĂ´te d'Ivoire to Comply With Kieffer Case Request From French Judges
[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the family of Guy-AndrĂ© Kieffer, a Franco-Canadian journalist who disappeared in CĂ´te d'Ivoire in 2004, urge the Ivorian authorities to comply without further delay with the formal request they received a year ago from two French judges in charge of France's investigation into his disappearance.
U.S. Supports School Meals for Thousands of Children to Help Build Nation's Future
[WFP] The McGovern-Dole Program (MGD) donation, through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, allows WFP to continue provision of a daily hot meal to 125,000 children in 613 public primary schools in the country's most vulnerable regions (Cavally, Bafing, Bagoue, Poro, Tchologo, Bounkani, Gontougo). It will also help build the capacity of, and strengthen collaboration with, women farmers who are supplying food for the school meals programme.
ICC Urged to Review Bias On African Leaders
[Daily News] Arusha -Constitutional Affairs and Justice Minister Dr Harrison Mwakyembe has appealed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to consider complaints from African countries regarding The Hague-based court's biased treatment of leaders from the continent.
Leaders Silence Leaves Gbagbo in Lone ICC War
[CAJ News] Abidjan -THE trial of former Ivory Coast President, Laurent Gbagbo has started at The Hague on Thursday with African leaders conspicuous by their silence on the issue.
What Happened in Addis Over International Criminal Court?
[East African] A common position by African countries on mass withdrawal from the International Criminal Court will not be reached until June when a committee tasked to engage the UN Security Council reports back.
Ivory Coast Beat Guinea to Claim Bronze
[Focus] An own goal by Mohamed Youla and Gbagnon Badie in the first half powered Ivory Coast to a 2-1 win over Guinea in the third place match on Sunday in Kigali.
Cote d'Ivoire Beat Guinea to Claim Bronze
[CAF] An own goal by Mohamed Youla and Gbagnon Badie in the first half powered Cote d'Ivoire to a 2-1 win over Guinea in the third place match on Sunday in Kigali.
Tweets on Hague Court Overstate the Case
[East African] A tweet from the Twitter handle #PresidentoftheRepublicofKenya boldly confirmed that the African Union's January Heads of State Summit ended with a resolution that the AU would develop a roadmap to begin withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.
Orange Chan 2016 - Awards and Best Xi
[CAF] Best Player: Mechack Elia (DR Congo)
Laurent Gbagbo Makes History for the Wrong Reasons
[Monitor] On Thursday, January 28, former president of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo made history when he appeared for trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity. Mr Gbagbo is the first head of state to be tried by the ICC since its inception in 2002.
Reactions - Guinea 1-2 Cote d'Ivoire
[CAF] Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura (Head Coach, Guinea)
Bissouma Inspires Mali to CHAN Final
[New Times] Midfielder Yves Bissouma came off the bench to score a late winner as Mali defeated Ivory Coast 1-0 in the second semi-final of the ongoing Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) on Thursday. Mali will now face DR Congo in Sunday's final at Amahoro National stadium.
Mali Leaves It Late to Reach Final
[CAF] Substitute Yves Bissouma scored the winner two minutes from time to send Mali into the final at the expense of Cote d'Ivoire in their semi-final match on Thursday in Kigali.
Reactions - Mali 1-0 Cote d'Ivoire
[CAF] Michel Dussuyer (Head Coach, Cote d'Ivoire)
CHAN Quarters - DR Congo, Cote d'Ivoire Through to Chan Semis
[Focus] Favorites Democratic Republic of Congo and Ivory Coast needed extra-time goals to beat Rwanda and Cameroon to reach the semi-finals of the African Nations Championship on Saturday.
Chan 2016 - Mali and Guinea Through to the Semi-Finals
[RFI] Mali and Guinea qualified for semi-finals of the African Nations Championship on Sunday, after beating Tunisia and Zambia. The Eagles prepare to face Ivory Coast on Thursday, a day after Guinea go head-to-head with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
What Next for Africa and Hague Court?
[Deutsche Welle] Leaders at the African Union summit recently supported Kenya's proposal for a pullout from the International Criminal Court (ICC). Rights groups and ordinary Kenyans are concerned that such an idea would breed impunity.
Mali, Ivory Coast Vie for Final Ticket
[Monitor] Kigali -The target is, of course, the same when Mali and Ivory Coast line up against each other in the last semifinal clash at Stade RĂ©gional Nyamirambo, Kigali this evening. To make the final!
CPJ Condemns Equatorial Guinea's Decision to Ban State Media Coverage of Gbagbo Trial
[PR Newswire] New York -The Committee to Protect Journalists strongly condemns the decision of the government in Equatorial Guinea to ban state television from covering the trial of former Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo, which opened at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague on January 28.