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14 Oct 2017
At least four dead in Ivory Coast plane crash.
15 Sep 2017
In Ivory Coast, violent youth gangs are spreading terror across the economic capital Abidjan.
6 Jun 2017
Ivory Coast international midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 while training with his Chinese club Beijing Enterprises.
5 Jun 2017
Former Ivory Coast midfielder Tiote dies aged 30.
22 Mar 2017
Doctors in Park Ridge, Illinois say a 10-month-old baby from the Ivory Coast who was born with four legs, is recovering well after corrective surgery. Baby Dominique was brought to the United States to have her parasitic twin removed but should be able to return home in a few weeks.
21 Jan 2017
A compilation of the best images from 20 January at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon.
11 Jan 2017
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.
9 Jan 2017
Crisis averted? Ivory Coast's government says it's found a compromise to end a revolt by members of its armed forces that took control of at least five cities.
8 Jan 2017
Ivory Coast's defence minister has been allowed to leave an official's house in the second-largest city, Bouake, after soldiers opened fire on it.
7 Jan 2017
Heavy gunfire has been heard for the second day in Ivory Coast's second largest city of Bouake, where soldiers have taken control after demanding better pay.

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