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Africa Cup of Nations winner Tiote dies
5 Jun 2017
Ivory Coast international midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 while training with his Chinese club Beijing Enterprises, his spokesman announced in a statement on Monday.
Three killed in Ivory Coast clashes between ex-rebels and police
23 May 2017
Three people were killed when police clashed Tuesday with former rebels who had blocked the road into Bouake, Ivory Coast's second biggest city, to demand government compensation payments, an AFP reporter said.
Ivory Coast's rebel troops say mutiny over
16 May 2017
Rebel troops in Ivory Coast on Tuesday said they were ending a four-day mutiny after coming to an agreement with the government over a pay dispute.
Gunfire heard in two Ivory Coast cities in grip of mutiny
15 May 2017
Gunfire was heard early Monday in the Ivory Coast cities of Abidjan and Bouake, in the grip of a mutiny by ex-rebel soldiers, AFP journalists and witnesses said.
Rebel soldiers block access to Ivory Coast's second-largest city
13 May 2017
Defiant soldiers blocked access to Ivory Coast's second-largest city on Saturday after firing guns into the air throughout the night, according to an AFP journalist at the scene.
Shots fired at Ivory Coast army HQ after mutineers' apology
12 May 2017
Rebel soldiers surrounded Ivory Coast's army headquarters in Abidjan on Friday, firing shots in the air just hours after a spokesman for the protesters publicly apologised for an earlier mutiny.
Former rebels block entrance to Ivory Coast's second city
8 May 2017
Several hundred ex-rebels on Monday blocked access to Ivory Coast's second city Bouake, their former stronghold, seeking thousands of euros in bonuses in line with a deal following a deadly January mutiny.
Prosecutors demand life sentence for ex-first lady Gbagbo
28 Mar 2017
Prosecutors on Tuesday demanded a life jail term for Ivory Coast's former first lady, Simone Gbagbo, who is on trial for alleged crimes against humanity.
Belgium's Wilmots new Ivory Coast coach
21 Mar 2017
Former Belgium coach Marc Wilmots has been appointed to lead Ivory Coast's World Cup qualifying bid, the country's football authorities said on Tuesday.
Ivory Coast arrests six journalists over mutiny 'false information'
13 Feb 2017
Six journalists, including three media owners, have been arrested in the Ivory Coast for "spreading false information" about a mutiny by security forces, their newspapers and the public prosecutor said.
Tribunal hears Ghana, Ivory maritime dispute
6 Feb 2017
An international tribunal on Monday began hearing arguments in a dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast over a contested maritime boundary that cuts through lucrative offshore oil fields.
Ivory Coast soldier killed as mutiny protests return
17 Jan 2017
A mutinous soldier was killed in Ivory Coast's administrative capital Tuesday, as fresh trouble erupted after troops took to the streets, firing shots in the air and terrifying residents.