Tuesday, December 28, 2010

President Of The Ivroy Coast Refuses To Step Down

Ivory Coast President Toughens Stance -- Wall Street Journal

The incumbent president of Ivory Coast said Tuesday that his government would cut diplomatic ties with countries that follow a call issued by his opponent for the removal of the country's ambassadors.

The announcement, read on national television by a member of incumbent Laurent Gbagbo's government, came the same day three West African leaders arrived in Ivory Coast in an attempt to break a monthlong political stalemate between Mr. Gbagbo and his rival, Alassane Ouattara.

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More News On The Crisis In The Ivory Coast

West Africa delegation tells Gbagbo he must go
-- Yahoo News/AP
More talks needed in ICoast crisis: ECOWAS envoys -- Yahoo News/Reuters
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo faces West African ultimatum -- Yahoo News/AFP
African Presidents Urge Gbagbo to Resign -- Voice of America
Ivory Coast: Africa trio hold crisis talks with leaders -- BBC
Ivory Coast's incumbent president locked in crucial negotiations -- The Telegraph
Three West African presidents try to convince incumbent Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo to step down -- BBC
Gbagbo Claims He Is 'True President' Of Ivory Coast -- RTT News
UN says crowd attacked peacekeepers in Ivory Coast -- Reuters

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