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Ivory Coast’s mutinous troops to meet with government

By Al Jazeera
11 January 2017   |   4:57 pm
Soldiers who staged a mutiny in Ivory Coast will meet for another round of talks with the government on Friday. The fighters returned to their barracks after a deal was reached between the two sides.

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