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Natural Sound Military sources say Ivory Coast's military ruler General Robert Guei fled the West African nation by helicopter on Wednesday following an other day of violent protests in the capital city Abidjan. A military official claimed Guei and interior minister, Mouassi Grena, were aboard the helicopter. Their destination wasn't known but one source said they may be heading for Benin to escape the thousands of protesters and renegade soldiers who oppose Guei's claim that he won Sunday's presidential elections. Bloody battles between soldiers and demonstrators erupted for a second day running Wednesday indicating the military government may have lost control in the Ivory Coast. On Tuesday General Robert Guei declared himself the victor in Sunday's presidential election...
Four Moldovans were killed and two were injured when a propeller-driven Russian-made Antonov cargo plane chartered by the French Army crashed in rough weather into the sea near the international airport in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan on October 14. (Reuters) Originally published at - https://www.rferl.org/a/ivory-coast-plane-crash-moldovan-victims/28794799.html
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Ivory Coast's Danané and Abidjan, Australian tourist on a motorcycle. Neighbourhoods: 0:12 Dix-Huit Montagnes region (from border of Liberia) 1:02 Danané 1:40 Abidjan 1:46 Treichville 2:13 Biétry 3:09 Marcory 3:25 Plateau 3:56 Port-Bouët Track list: 0:12 Rageman - "Agné Sabari" 1:02 Ernesto Djédjé - "Zadie Bobo" 1:39 Keke Kassiry - Abidjan 3:26 Dollar DJ - "Wolosso Azoubagehi" GoPro HD Hero November 2011
Kemi Seba, prédicateur panafricain le plus controversé de ce début du 21ème siècle, nous livre sa vision sur la situation dramatique en Côte d'Ivoire, et en Libye. Il appelle tout le monde à prendre ses responsabilités. www.kemi-seba.com
http://www.umc.org/news-and-media/radio-station-spreads-vital-information-in-cote-divorie The Voice of Hope, a radio ministry of The United Methodist Church, has transmitted vital information about spiritual needs, health and legal matters to more than 1 million people in 18 languages daily across Côte d’Ivoire. The station, La Voix de L’Esperance in French, was begun in 2009 after church leaders decided radio was the best way to communicate with a rural population with high rates of illiteracy and poor access to the Internet or television. The station was central to the denomination’s efforts to inform the public during the Ebola outbreak, which killed more than 11,000 people in West Africa. The station’s mission is to promote hope through Jesus Christ. However, the station’s staff, l...
Meet Roland, 18-year-old youth radio reporter from Bouaké, Ivory Coast. Roland shares his work as a Children's Radio Foundation youth reporter and the impact the project has on his life. Learn more about our work on our website: http://www.childrensradiofoundation.org/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CRFprojects Or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/childrensradiofoundation/ Produced by Eva Gilliam