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Ivory Coast Violence

Life and Death in the Ivory Coast

Caroline Gluck | Posted 07.20.2011 | Impact
Caroline Gluck

In the end, the traumatic two-day journey as they fled for their lives proved too much for 90-year-old Solia Bah. She ran barefoot with 10 members of her family as armed men attacked the city of Bloléquin in western Ivory Coast.

Traumatized Refugees From the Ivory Coast: Too Scared to Go Home

Caroline Gluck | Posted 06.16.2011 | Home
Caroline Gluck

Mother of three, Louise Blagnon, sits in the open air of the grounds of an abandoned school. Her face is etched with anxiety, clearly traumatized by the events of the past week.

Ivory Coast Refugees: 'Crying Day and Night'

Caroline Gluck | Posted 06.05.2011 | Home
Caroline Gluck

"I cry every night," Pauline Bah told me. "I'm alone without my husband. It's hard to be alone in a strange country with the children."

Bloody Democracy in Ivory Coast: What Went Wrong?

Jean G. Tompihé | Posted 06.01.2011 | Home
Jean G. Tompihé

The dilemma in world politics today is that the UN remains unable to produce a coherent blueprint to face legitimacy conflicts in the developing world.

Ivory Coast -- Descent Into Brutality and Civil War

Evelyn Leopold | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Evelyn Leopold

Some government leaders keep going and going. They would rather see their country descend into anarchy than leave office. Gaddafi is one. Mugabe is another. So is the president of the Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo.

Ivory Coast Civil War Is Aflame, But Is Anyone Looking?

Drew Hinshaw | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Drew Hinshaw

While the global eye remains fixed on Libya, a civil war has caught flame in Ivory Coast, and world leaders beyond the ailing country have all but acquiesced to letting it burn.