The Latest on the Turmoil in Ivory Coast

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Nearly a month after the presidential run-off election in the Ivory Coast, President Laurent Gbagbo shows no sign of giving up power, even though his opponent, Alassane Ouattara, is widely perceived as the victor. The African Union, United Nations and the United States have all called for Gbagbo to step down, and West African presidents have warned they will intervene with force if he does not give up office, potentially renewing conflict in a country where civil war came to an end eight years ago. John James is BBC correspondent in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.




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