Reuters: Mutinous soldiers cut off Ivory Coast's second city
Mutinous soldiers in Ivory Coast shot three people on Saturday and cut off access to the second largest city, Bouake, as a revolt escalated over demands for bonus payments.
The revolt began in Bouake early on Friday before spreading quickly, following a similar pattern to a mutiny by the same group in January that paralyzed parts of Ivory Coast and marred its image as a post-war success story.
Mutineers seized control of the national military headquarters and defense ministry in the center of the commercial capital Abidjan on Friday.
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More News On The Growing Military Revolt In The African Country Of Ivory Coast
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Soldiers cut off access to Ivory Coast's second largest city -- UPI
Ivory Coast military mutiny resumes after public apology -- DW
Shots fired at Ivory Coast army HQ after mutineers' apology -- AFP
Mutinying soldiers seal off Ivory Coast's Bouake -- Al Jazeera
Mutinous soldiers cut off Ivory Coast’s second-largest city -- Irish Times
Ivory Coast: Soldiers cut off second city Bouaké -- BBC
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