A week of bad news in Cote D'Ivoire shows how the conflict is still very much a real a present danger to peace and reconciliation.
Fighting in Côte d’Ivoire has allowed polio to reemerge. Can we do more?
Côte d'Ivoire's president was officially sworn-in today. A brief overview of the current situation, and what to look out for in coming weeks and months.
While Gbagbo's removal was key to ensuring that Côte d'Ivoire didn't descend into full-scale war and effectively ended the crisis of leadership, it does not signify the end of the humanitarian and economic crisis for the country.
What we know, so far, about the post-election violence in Cote D'Ivoire. My conversation with Jonathan Elliot, the Africa Advocacy Director of Human Rights Watch.
Some dramatic footage has just emerged from the nabbing of Ivory Coast strongman Laurent Gbagbo on Monday.
UN and French helicopters pounded the residence overnight with missiles and heavy caliber weapons. French troops mounted an assault and have apparently turned Gbagbo over to forces loyal to legitimate President Alassane Outtara.
Ban Ki Moon at a press conference with John Kerry today: This is Gbagbo's "last opportunity to gracefully exit."
It would seem that UNOCI has made the fateful decision to interpret its civilian protection mandate to pro-actively target Gbagbo's forces. UPDATE: Video of bombardment in Abidjan surfaces on YouTube.