A massacre in a Roman Catholic
mission compound in the heart of the Ivory Coast’s cocoa-producing
region could come to be seen as a crucial moment in the West African
state’s escalating civil war.
are mounting of atrocities by both sides in the conflict − those loyal
to head of state Laurent Gbagbo, besieged in his presidential residence
in Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s commercial capital, and those who follow
northern leader and president-elect Allasane Ouattara.
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