Ivory Coast: Calm trickles back in Bouake - africanews

Calm is slowly trickling back in Ivory Coast's second city of Bouake. Government soldiers in the city mutinied earlier this month, firing rocket-launchers and terrifying residents as they demanding bonuses, better pay and housing. ADVERTISING. ADVERTISING.

Cote d'Ivoire: Rebel Military Forces Reach Agreement With Ivory Coast Government After Flaring Up Tensions - AllAfrica.com

Soldiers had cut off access to several cities in Ivory Coast to push through their demands in negotiation with the government. Gun shots were heard in several parts of the country, raising alarm about a return to unrest. Ivory Coast fell back into ...

Deal reached with soldiers in Ivory Coast? - CNN

Abidjan, Ivory Coast (CNN) The government of Ivory Coast and mutinying soldiers reached an agreement Friday evening, the defense ministry said on its Facebook page. Details of the agreement were not immediately available and CNN could not be confirm ...

Ivory Coast Government Reaches Agreement With Mutineers - Sputnik International

Mutinous soldiers and the government of Ivory Coast have reached an agreement after fire was opened in several of the country's cities, local media report. Security forces drive towards Grand Bassam in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, March 13, 2016. © REUTERS/ ...

Ivory Coast mutineers say reach deal amid fears of renewed revolt - Reuters

Lieutenant-Colonel Cherif Ousmane greets mutinous soldiers at the airport in Bouake, Ivory Coast January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon. 1/3. left. right. Lieutenant-Colonel Issiaka Ouattara, named Wattao, speaks with Lieutenant-Colonel Herve ...

Mutinying soldiers seize entrances to Ivory Coast city of Korhogo - Reuters

Mutinous soldiers are seen in a car, in Bouake, Ivory Coast January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon. 1/2. left. right. Security forces member stands guard at the airport as Ivory Coast's Minister of Defense Alain-Richard Donwahi arrives to speak ...

Shots Heard in Ivory Coast's Abidjan as Mutinous Soldiers Talk With Government - Sputnik International

Shots were fired at the largest military camp in the economic capital of Ivory Coast, Abidjan, amid negotiations between mutinous soldiers and the country's government, French media report. MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The shots were heard at the Akouedo ...

Gunfire erupts inside two military camps in Ivory Coast's main city - Reuters Africa

ABIDJAN Jan 13 (Reuters) - Gunfire was heard coming from two military bases in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan on Friday night, residents living nearby said. "There's shooting in the two Akuedo camps, the new camp and the old camp. It had stopped but ...