Ivory Coast

Islamist group Ansar Dine claims multiple attacks in Mali

NOUAKCHOTT - The Malian Islamist rebel group Ansar Dine claimed it carried out a series of attacks against U.N. peacekeepers and Malian army targets in the country's capital, Bamako, and border areas near Ivory Coast and Mauritania.

Ivory Coast reinforces border security after Mali attacks 01 Jul 2015

ABIDJAN - Ivory Coast has reinforced security along its northern frontier following recent attacks just across the border in Mali blamed on Islamist insurgents, a government spokesman said on Wednesday.

Gunmen briefly take control of village in southern Mali 28 Jun 2015

BAMAKO - Armed men attacked and briefly took control on Sunday of a village in Mali's southern region of Sikasso, close to the border with Ivory Coast, the defence ministry said.

Ivory Coast frees 48 child slaves, arrests traffickers 23 Jun 2015

DAKAR - Police in Ivory Coast freed 48 child slaves in raids on plantations in the country's Western cocoa belt and arrested 22 people accused of trafficking or exploiting children, Interpol said on Monday.

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Thailand win first World Cup game, help make up for thrashing 12 Jun 2015

OTTAWA - Striker Orathai Srimanee scored two first half goals to lead World Cup debutants Thailand to a pulsating 3-2 comeback win over fellow minnows Ivory Coast in their women's World Cup Group B match on Thursday.

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Injured Yaya Toure misses out Nations Cup match 08 Jun 2015

ABIDJAN - Midfielder Yaya Toure has been left out of Ivory Coast's squad for this weekend’s African Nations Cup qualifier in Gabon because of injury, the Ivorian Football Federation said on Monday.

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Europeans make World Cup arrivals with thrashings 08 Jun 2015

OTTAWA - Top-ranked Germany announced their arrival at the Women's World Cup on Sunday by handing out a near-record 10-0 thrashing to Ivory Coast that underlined the gulf between the heavyweights and emerging teams.

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Sasic, Mittag both net three as Germany rout Ivory Coast 07 Jun 2015

OTTAWA - Forwards Celia Sasic and Anja Mittag both scored hat tricks as Germany crushed Ivory Coast 10-0 in their opening Women's World Cup Group B football match on Sunday, notching the second biggest win in tournament history.

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Ghana and Ivory Coast leaders discuss maritime dispute - parties 11 May 2015

GENEVA/ACCRA - The presidents of Ghana and Ivory Coast on Monday held talks on a maritime dispute hanging over oil projects near their shared border, the two sides said in a joint statement released in Accra.

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Special Report - Why gold threatens Ivory Coast's peace 07 May 2015

GAMINA, Ivory Coast - Nestled among the cocoa plantations of western Ivory Coast is a gold mine that does not feature on any official maps. It is not run by an industrial mining company, nor does it pay taxes to the central government.

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Six powers, Iran to continue nuclear talks past deadline

VIENNA - Iran and major powers gave themselves at least until Friday to negotiate an agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme, but a source from one of the powers said on Tuesday they had to wrap up in the next 48 hours. | Video