March 25th, 2011
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As international attention focuses on Libya, there is criticism that another African country, which is also sliding into civil war, has been abandoned to its fate.

The intractable violence in the Ivory Coast continues unabated.

West African leaders say that the situation is a "regional humanitarian emergency."

The U.N. peacekeeping mission warns that forces loyal to former President Laurent Gbgabo are using heavy weapons to target civilians.

Alassane Ouattara, the man recognized by African leaders as the winner of last year’s presidential election, blames the U.N. for not doing enough to protect civilians. It is estimated that hundreds of ordinary Ivorians have been killed since November’s disputed election, including defenseless women protestors mowed down by government forces and then aired on YouTube.

Ouattara remains holed up in an Abidjan hotel, protected by loyalists and U.N. troops. The longer he waits to take power, the longer the intractability of the situation.

The political stalemate between the two would-be presidents has paralyzed the country. Schools are closed. Aid agencies estimate that up to a million children might be on the streets, not attending classes. Many worry that some of children will be kidnapped by militias and forced to become child soldiers.

The free press has all but been shut down. The health system seems unable to deal with the wounded, frail and sick.

Refugees are streaming across borders, creating a crisis of displaced terrified people. There are troubling reports of xenophobic attacks against West African immigrants.

Ivory Coast is also the world’s largest producer of cocoa. Prices have spiked with the instability and are hovering around 30-year highs.

With all this to consider, the Nigerian foreign minister recently accused the international community of double standards by imposing a no-fly zone to protect Libyan civilians but not doing anything to guard against attacks in Ivory Coast.

From Sierra Leone to Liberia to Burkina Faso, countries across West Africa view the fragility of the situation in Ivory Coast as a serious threat to regional stability.

They have advocate more robust engagement. Nigeria, a leader in the regional grouping ECOWAS, has threatened military action if Gbagbo does not go.

In a strongly worded communiqué, ECOWAS recently urged the United Nations Security Council to toughen the mandate for the 12,000 peacekeepers in Ivory Coast. They also urged for harsher sanctions against Gbagbo and his supporters.

Meanwhile, over the past four months, the African Union has been mediating.

In a rare show of action, the AU recognized that Ouattara won the presidential election. However, no amount of African shuttle diplomacy has managed to budge Gbagbo out of the presidential palace.

What solutions are there to the crisis? It is highly unlikely African leaders, sensitive to any suggestions of neo-colonialism, would push for international military intervention a la Libya.

If the UN Security Council gives the Ivory Coast resolutions more teeth, then there would be more impetus for a Nigerian-led force marching into Abidjan. Many in Africa might be queasy at the thought, but West African leaders are clearly concerned about the implications of a failed state on their doorsteps.

Does the international community, and in particular France, have the stomach to open up the possibility of another "intervention" on the continent? However, can they stand by and watch Gbagbo’s forces terrorise ordinary West Africans for much longer?

Others suggest that the situation in Ivory Coast is not as dangerous for civilians as in Libya and that comparing the two countries is misleading.

What are your thoughts?



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  1. john

    The solution is for Gbagbo to leave immediately instead of him using unconventional weapons to kill,murder and terrorizehis own people. Gbagbo has asked for a AU fact finding mission. Well that mission found out that Gbagbo 's opponent is the rightful winner and that Gbagbo should step down. And that AU solution is supposed to be binding to all.of the parties. If Gbagbo stayed by using force against his own people it will undermine the UN, France, UK AU and ECOWAS and the international community' redibility.

    March 24, 2011 at 4:12 pm |
  2. Doh Bi Alain

    I'm in Abidjan. The "commando invisible", a troop of killers faithfull to ouattara slaughtered and continue to kill populations in Abobo. Populations ran away from Abobo. Pr Gbagbo decided to restore security in this quarter. In the west, soro, ouattara's PM gave order the rebels to kill pro-Gbagbo populations. Pls CNN, stop intoxication. The more you demonised Gbagbo, the more we see your monstriosity. What can justify an embargo on medicines leading by EU? EU wants to exterminates ivorians. Sorry, Jesus is the God of truth. They will fail.

    March 24, 2011 at 5:13 pm |
  3. eliot

    racism @ uts best, or the french shuld have done more other than pride themselves in libya..

    March 24, 2011 at 6:56 pm |
  4. ibrahim Saarkamara

    Many viewers and interletuals like me, have always commeted on the roll of the UN in conflicts resoluations as being inpartial and the wrong players of the game at some stadium around the globe.The conflicts in the Ivory Coast, started sometimes before the present on going war in Laybia, the UN moved in soiftly and carry protective means and measures.But, instead of totally bringing the conflict between Gbargbo and Alasan Wartara to a hut and guarding civilians, they kept low profile until things have falling apart.Now, the UN have activelly move into the north of Africa, Laybia.Why, Why; because, there is Gold, Oil petroll and many more resources in that part of the world and the intrest of the U and N , laid their. My plead to Nigeria is to quickly take a sound thoughts that is, to move into the Ivory coast and help save your African sisters and brother.Lots have being said to Gbarbo, Nigeria, please go into the Ivory Coast as it was in Liberia and take Gbargbo into exile,Nigeria, for the sake of the innocent.

    March 24, 2011 at 8:34 pm |
  5. Sunday from nigeria

    Please let the un do something fast becouse many lives are gone before all will perish. But the question is if all people are dead who will protest or vote 4 them?

    March 24, 2011 at 9:51 pm |
  6. Jean-Marie Goudiaby

    Africa or should I say subsaharan countries are often forgotten when it comes to saving lives. The international community should be called the American and European countries except Russia, are willing to intervene military when some huge economic interests are at stake. Obama is facing criticism in America for the Lybian military action but everyone knows better what lays behind the scene or the speech. Therefore, I stressed it is down to Africa and its leaders to get "real" and face their responsabilities in Ivory Coast. Ouattara or Gbagbo, I would say who is really out there for Ivorians? The AU is a sort of a joke with no real leadership even though Nigeria could be leading a decisive military action to bring back peaceful life and economic relief in a country that once was a sort of a father figure in Africa. Finally, I, as black African call on Gbagbo to let go and leave the country after 10 years in power. Once should never wish to lead to the destiny of millions of people without some kind of altruism. Who the leaders and their protagonists are there for? Their own interest or the interest of the majority?

    March 24, 2011 at 10:41 pm |
  7. Kayode from Nigeria

    Gbabo or whatever he calls his name must leave........by fire by firce, he must Leave as the seat of power is no more meant for him, his people have rejected him, African lasders have rejected him................thou, Olusegun Obasanjo is also a bad man but he would have done something if he is still in power in Nigeria.UN, please, do something

    March 25, 2011 at 3:43 am |
  8. SUNNY FRM NIGERIA

    is obvious,the so called super powers are only out for theiir own interest,they care less when it comes to saving lives during situation like this,hope it wudnt get to stage of genocide cos the western world will do nothing,the only hope they have now in ivory coast is nigeria not even AU cos most of them are almost the same.i knw nigeria will do something n God will grant us the grace n power to save the ivorians,AMEN

    March 25, 2011 at 6:20 am |
  9. DAVE

    my view is AU is a weak organ. ecowas just a barking dog. how can one rate it when crisis is happening in it's region while u.s, italy, u.k etc shows concern and take action in protecting citizen while the main organization which is's responsibility to do so is just moping. only blowing grammer but no action in confrences

    March 25, 2011 at 8:14 am |
  10. arnaud kaba

    CNN please stop to intoxicate the world, people are not stupid in Abidjan(Ivory Coast);if in 2002 the civilians were able to kick out the General Guei, it is not what they can t do with Gbagbo. The president in Ivory Coast is Laurent Gbagbo, the proof is still in his house not in a motel protect by the UN soldier like ouattara.If in the US,an election result is given in a candidate headquater, I am really sorry for u guys, but in Ivory Coast it is in the headquater of the electoral comission and then the constitutional council declares the winner. Children are not going to school in the north of the country since 2002 with ouattara rebellion.Who is killing in Ivory coast? of course it is ouattara with his rebels. Look at this video,this is how ouattara and his rebels kill people in Ivory Coast. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yY5feyFEW94&feature=related

    March 25, 2011 at 9:03 am |
  11. AnAFrican

    I smell meddling! The Western press and the African Union spurred on by the West have taken to cast Gbagbo as a demon and Ouattara as a saint. OUATTARA is a TERRORIST!!!! Gbagbo says the election was not fair, lets do a recount, the UN says NO, Ouattara says No. How can free, credible, elections take place in areas with a porus border and controlled by ungoverned rebels? When Bush Junior's win was disputed, did the UN and France threaten to invade and impose sanction? No!

    This is an Ivorian problem and they need to figure it out, if you remove Gbagbo, you are going to alienate a large proportion of Ivorians and will only be nourishing the seeds needed to cause civil war. How can a man who claims to love his people be in support of paralysing sanctions?

    Any intervention by France will be a form of neo-colonialism. France goes around the continent putting in place yes men and when men like Gbagbo refuse to bow to their wish they are quick to rally the UN and any other international body behind them and label the man as dangerous!

    Lets face it, Ouattara was originally part of the group that led to the destabilising of the country and can the UN say that this man is not giving instructions to his rebels in the North and West of the country and in Abidjan to kill those deemed to be Gbagbo supporters? No, they can’t, they just won't report on that.

    March 25, 2011 at 9:39 am |
  12. Ben

    US,France and UK know that there is no oil there so no need to spend but in Libya there is, so they want Gadarfi to go so that they can put who they can control and then steel the oil n also turn back to tell us rubbish whiles in these countries some of their citizens are living in hunger especially US, hypocrites.

    March 25, 2011 at 11:36 am |
  13. john from wales

    what is the world doing allowing gadaffi to stay in libia and hold people to randsome help him to abdicate or die

    March 25, 2011 at 12:23 pm |
  14. Waroal Peterson

    Assuming Ouattara had followed the rule of law and filed a complaint with the Ivorian Supreme Court / constitutional council, and not use the Ivorian People, the economy, the financial system as a shield for his political grievances, we would not be in this situation. After insulting the institutions he plan to govern, the African Union has now put in in a tight corner: Go and be sworn in by the constitutional council of your country! In other words, he has been operating as President illegally or what? How can the world bypass the law and recognize someone the preident of a country?

    Now, whether Ouatara or Gbagbo won, is not the issue. The real problem is how the UN, the USA, France and the president of cote d'Ivoire Electoral Commission handled the situation: Both do NOT have any right to certify who is the winner, BUT only to certify the electoral PROCESS. That is my view as a person of law.

    March 25, 2011 at 2:59 pm |
  15. solomon

    Gbagbo is a real clown. This guy thinks he has a divine prophecy over the Ivory Coast. There is not a liitle doubt he lost the election. But he decided not to leave because his campaign slogan was: we or we win. Weeks before the elections he told the army chiefs, if i fall, you all fall with me. I think those chiefs understood that message. After nominating his best friend as a constitutional court president, he hoped to secure his electoral hold up by a military and constitutional bullshit. And he did and the all world want dialogue with this guy. Gbagbo do not hear dialogue, the only message he understand is force. Now his militias and arms forced loyal to him kill unarmed opposition people to stay on the power. Citizens are dying and the country is going down. I do not understand how different is Kaddafi different from Gbagbo?

    March 25, 2011 at 3:12 pm |
  16. okechukwu somebody

    My problem is how to get Nigerian citizens out from that country. please Nigerian governments should do something fast.

    March 25, 2011 at 4:26 pm |
  17. Abolayo

    The only reason is to force gbagbo out because of the people most especially the student

    March 25, 2011 at 4:52 pm |
  18. emerode

    to kayode : i don't think that you are nigerian but if you are don't you think that you have more problem to sort out in nigeria from kinadpping foreigners to violence between muslims and christians and corruption level including "yahoozz" (internet fraudulent transaction) before trying to get involve in Cote D'ivoire...to the media, the days you will start giving the reason of what you call xenophobic attacks, the days you will stop trying to accuse Gbagbo all the time and investigate the reason of people attacking the ivorian since 2000 , then many masks will fall... soon another wikileaks, very soon

    March 25, 2011 at 5:20 pm |
  19. emerode

    you ask why a country where 45% of the population where foreigners until the war started and those foreigners run to their mamies, might become xenophobic? just read the comment of someone like KAYODE FROM NIGERIA...that is their language since 2000 happy they are of seing war in ivory coast because of them being jealous...The days you will have suffering in the USA you will know how many country kind of smile...

    March 25, 2011 at 5:27 pm |
  20. emerode

    we recently found out that foxnews are lyers when they lied over human shield journalist in Lybia...come CNN don't be bias in you reporting when we all know that people of allassane are convoy une UN vehicules. if Lybia doenot have a constitution, Cote d'ivoire has and what we ask, is for democracie to be there is the need for the respect on the constitution and institution of the country...the high court said Gbagbo won if allassane is not happy he can wait the next election...gbagbo is doing his last mandate anyway it will take longer if the country in not reunufied (in the constitution) ...get informed and if i am xenophobic what is the name for someone who wich suffering in your country???

    March 25, 2011 at 5:35 pm |
  21. emerode

    we all know that what is going on in ivory coast is mafia from sarkozy who everybody know is a close freind of allassane dramane ouattara after celebrating allassane wedding, we all know that George soros is involve in financing allassane and the rebels since 2002...we know all know the real nationality of the UN puppet ...are people in media informing or confused ...no more real reporting and investigation just take aways journalism and copy and past foxnews style

    March 25, 2011 at 5:42 pm |
  22. emerode

    to rbin curnow : who do you call loyalist? lol....loyalist are the soldiers loyal to the constitution, to the high court and not some rebels...do you know those guys you call loyalist??? lol...they have attacked gbagbo in 2002 , did you asked them why? and did you do a cross check of the information they gave you then did you use your logic mind to know what is true and not... look i can help you in your reporting because robin you have become a medium of bias and lies ...i suppose it is easy to tell lies that to look for the truth...truth takes too much time....God bless the Cote d' Ivoire

    March 25, 2011 at 5:52 pm |
  23. esso from Ivory coast

    Ouattara and his rebels from Burkina, Nigeria are doing ethnic cleansing against the southern population, especially the Guere tribe but neither CNN nor REUTERS, AFP, AP talk about that. Yesterday the rebels take priests hostage in Anyama town. In sinfra town, Mr. Bakayoko, a Muslim representative of Gbagbo party was killed. On March7, in the village of Andokoi koute,near Abidjan women were burn down by Rebels. In Deux Plateaux, 4 youngboys were fired down at a Check point by Ouattara rebels. On March 25, a bus going to Gagnoa city, a stronghold of Gbagbo were fired by Rebels. From September 2002 to now,Ouattara kills more than 10,000 ivorians out of 11,000 war dead. But Ouattara and Rebels crime are covered by newsagencies, Obama, Sarkosy of course. Currently, there is an embargo on medications. A crime against Ivorian people but the WHO organization accepts that fact, this organization states nothing. So I invite you guys to go to the website cotedivoiretruthDOTcom and watching the video, especially "The truth of the Ivorian Crisis Explained (French with English Subtitles)"

    March 26, 2011 at 4:18 pm |
  24. esso from Ivory coast

    Ouattara and his rebels from Burkina, Nigeria are doing ethnic cleansing against the southern population, especially the Guere tribe but neither CNN nor REUTERS, AFP, AP talk about that. Yesterday the rebels tOOK priests IN hostage in Anyama town. In Sinfra town, Mr. Bakayoko, a Muslim representative of Gbagbo party was killed. On March7, in the village of Andokoi Koute,near Abidjan women were burned down by Rebels. In Deux Plateaux, 4 youngboys were fired down at a Check point by Ouattara rebels. On March 25, a bus going to Gagnoa city, a stronghold of Gbagbo were fired by Rebels. From September 2002 to now,Ouattara kills more than 10,000 ivorians out of 11,000 war dead. But Ouattara and Rebels crimes are covered by newsagencies, Obama, Sarkosy of course. Currently, there is an embargo on medications. A crime against Ivorian people but the WHO organization accepts that fact, this organization states nothing so far . So I invite you guys to go to the website cotedivoiretruthDOTcom and watching the 4 videos, especially "The truth of the Ivorian Crisis Explained (French with English Subtitles)"

    March 26, 2011 at 4:40 pm |
  25. esso from Ivory coast

    Ouattara and his rebels from Burkina, Nigeria are doing ethnic cleansing against the southern population, especially the Guere tribe but neither CNN nor REUTERS, AFP, AP talk about that. Yesterday the rebels take priests hostage in Anyama town. In sinfra town, Mr. Bakayoko, a Muslim representative of Gbagbo party was killed. On March7, in the village of Andokoi koute,near Abidjan women were burn down by Rebels. In Deux Plateaux, 4 youngboys were fired down at a Check point by Ouattara rebels. On March 25, a bus going to Gagnoa city, a stronghold of Gbagbo were fired by Rebels. From September 2002 to now,Ouattara kills more than 10,000 ivorians out of 11,000 war dead. But Ouattara and Rebels crime are covered by newsagencies, Obama, Sarkosy of course. Currently, there is an embargo on medications. A crime against Ivorian people but the WHO organization accepts that fact, this organization states nothing. So I invite you guys to go to the website cotedivoiretruth and watching the video, especially "The truth of the Ivorian Crisis Explained (French with English Subtitles)"

    March 26, 2011 at 7:48 pm |
  26. Blandine MESSA

    The situation in Cote d'ivoire is chaotic, and if a more serious action is not taken it could become like that in Libya. Gbagbo the so said 'outgoing president' and Ouattara the said 'recognized winner of the November elections by the International society', all claim to be patriotic and to be right to an extent and ready to justify their actions. i believe if these two people really love their country, they should both step down and elections re organized with new presidential candidates. Civilians are victims while these two people spend their days being guarded, having their daily meals and even making sweet dreams while the masses suffer.

    March 26, 2011 at 7:51 pm |
  27. Adam Rugo

    As long as the army remains loyal to him and the international community refuses to act, there is no reason for Gbagbo to obey Ivorian or international law. There's an inter-ethnic dimension of this conflict which bears highlighting. The Gueré-Bété-Baoulé coalition of southerners controls the military and they are targeting other ethnicities, esp. Mandingos, in their murderous attacks. Gbagbo's security chief, Charles Blé Goudé has been drafting young street thugs into the military, whipping them into murderous fury with bogus propaganda about who is truly "Ivorian." My fear is that Gbagbo and Blé Goudé are on the verge of initiating an ethnic-cleansing campaign. That is certainly grounds for direct military intervention by the U.S., France, and the ECOWAS to protect civilians. The situation is deteriorating every day. We need to do something to help immediately – before it is too late.

    March 29, 2011 at 2:02 am |
  28. Sarah Green

    My question is, why can't CNN cover what's going on in Cote d'Ivoire more seriously. CNN, please wake up! There is no mention of Ivory Coast on your website front page and I had to search for this article. Libya, Syria, and Japan are dominating the headlines while this crisis is being buried. I understand that this could appear to be just "yet another African ethnic conflict" but come on! The media has the responsibility to report on this type of story. Every media company can do better, but I have to say the others are all covering this more than CNN. The BBC has been carrying the story of the people seeking refuge in a church compound in Duekoue for hours but CNN remains silent.

    March 29, 2011 at 4:30 pm |
  29. danceman

    The hesitant start to the new world order, in the UN taking on a Dictator who is exterminating his people, shows the the fundamental issues beneath! Corruption! We see Russia and China willing to do almost any thing to maintain there commercial interests in Libya. But these are not for their countries interest but just personal greed of corrupt individuals and whole companies that profit of semi legal activities.
    The story in Ivory cost is the same. Gbagbo is being kept in power just because of his oil contracts with the Russians. If it was a legitimate deal Ouattara could do a deal to continue there contracts or offer better ones, but as all African contracts the majority of the moneys are personal payments!Bribes!
    The rule of law still has a frame work in the country and the people understand. The UN should use the International court to prosecute Gbagbo. With a warrant for his arrest Any UN country could collect Gbagbo and take away to the court. Job done!

    March 30, 2011 at 8:23 am |
  30. just an american

    The situation around the world is terrible and human rights are violated and people die in a lot of countries these days. The average american has no idea what is happening, not because we ignore it, but it is not something we focus on. The Oil accusation is getting old. The truth is that terrorism against the US is a primary threat to us, and we will act against those who support it. Ghaddaffi, is a terrorist ruler of a terrorist state. Ivory Coast has not done anything to us, yet. Honestly, when the US does get involved then we are being 'imperial' or bloodthirsty and the same people who scream at us to help then scream at us for interfering or worse. To be honest the average American would like nothing better than to let all of the people of the world deal with each other, in whatever manner they chose, as long as you all leave us alone. But, then we are callous and uncaring and its back to bashing America again. If you want help, ask nice and commit to backing the US up when we do. Its not an unreasonable request and if you asked a person on the street for help it would be the bare minimum that would be expected of you. So, instead America has to pick and choose what to get involved in, because by and large the world community is ungrateful and treacherous. That is the fault of the world, not America.

    March 30, 2011 at 12:58 pm |
  31. Edmund Annan

    Ivory coast has been let down by the international body that could have saved it. The UN failed and did so badly. Their inaction has brought about the current situation which seems intractable on all counts. How can rebels who have tasted power and money be led out of their comfort zone? Soro aided by an unknown hand at the time it happened, disrupted a government, split the country into two parts and ran the northern kingdom by the force of arms. The UN entered arranged a cease fire of sorts, asked the rebels in the north to disarm so there could be elections for a president. The disarming did not take place but the election was force on the sitting president. Along the line, the rebels were appeased, rechristined new forces, to attain some semblance of respectability Gbagbos hand was forced to accept Quattara to contest inspite of prostestatiom from the former that the latter did not qualify to be a president of Ivory Coast On account of his birth. The nationality issue is what makes the fighting dangerous. The soldiers backing Gbagbo and the people of the south believe they are fighting to maintain the sanctity of their nation.

    March 30, 2011 at 2:50 pm |
  32. mine

    Africa Union, Ecowas are the people to blame in the issue of Ivory Coast because they cannot take a discipline, its what you put in a washing machine that the machine can wash for you. The situation in libya called for military Intervention yet the AU as they called them self can not do that yet criticizing those that help them to do it, claiming they want to open a diplomatic talk the day the UN security council adopt the no-fly-zone forgetting that the arab league ask for that. Ok now that the UN security counsil has not come up with a resolution regarding Ivory coast what are the so called AU and ECOWAS done to avoid international military intervention which the whole world knows its the only way to remove Gbabo. African are always looking for who to blame.

    March 31, 2011 at 7:00 am |
  33. Lawal M Jamil

    Dear Mr Gbagbo, why don't u take a second look at your country's condition. I bliv u have 2 options now, its either u stay on power nd d rebels will one day defeat u OR come over to Nigeria nd live in peace for few months before the government hands u to ICJ, just like Charles Taylor.

    April 1, 2011 at 11:03 am |
  34. DrKouya

    Why the so called intenational community can´t juste recount the votes and tell us the truth? Is this community hiding something? How could a simple vote dispute put this country in this situation? Why is French army and UN forces fighting in rebels side? Who is Gbagbo and who is Ouattara? Please make a deep profile analysis and you will find the trugh.

    April 2, 2011 at 9:55 pm |
  35. yaman

    Ivory coast doesn't have oil libya does,its a muslim that won the election and a xtain holdin unto power so no one is calling it religous fundamentalism,please for once let the so called world leaders know we aren't blind nor are we dumb.its not abt the rule of law never has been never will be,its abt intrests it was in iraq and is in libya

    April 3, 2011 at 3:01 pm |
  36. god is watching

    don't forget it was sarkozy who officiated the wedding of allasane outtara,he was then a mayor and don't forget that originally we didn't have islam or for that matter arabs in africa.
    the real africans and in particularly the real ivorian will never kill.
    born and brought up in the ivory coast,i saw and testify that before the arrival of so-called-foriegners in abidjan,thefts,killings armed robbery was not there.
    we are all going to reap what we are sowing.the real ivorian,i state again,will never kill.
    the defenserest.

    April 8, 2011 at 11:04 pm |
  37. god is watching

    THE DEFENSE REST!

    April 8, 2011 at 11:06 pm |
  38. god is watching

    i am not against christians or moslems,no no no!.
    the progress of africa have been retarded because of religion and it will continue.until the state and government have been absolutely divided,its better africa do not exist.
    i have a lot of friends,christians and moslems as well.they are so tight but when it comes to fight, better fly away and its same all around africa.
    the problem in cote d'iivoire is not a small issue.outtara's people are killing,gbagbo's people are also killing.
    this is not just moslems and christians or south verse north,its just killings for the sake of whom you follow.
    ivory coast is being sold now but god is watching.mother earth will decide.it might take time but ivory coast won't be lone.
    the defense rests!

    April 8, 2011 at 11:22 pm |
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