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Ivorian leader in surrender talks  The UN says three generals loyal to Ivory Coast's besieged President Laurent Gbagbo are negotiating terms for his surrender Ivorian fighters 'take capital'   Forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara have captured the administrative capital. Gbagbo continues to cling to power in the main city Abidjan Ouattara offers deal to end crisis Britain, Canada recognizes Ouattara Crisis envoys meet with Gbagbo  Three representatives of the West African States and an African Union representative met twice with self-declared Ivory Coast President Offer to Gbagbo to come to U.S. 'closing' AU envoy warns Ivory Coast's Gbagbo  Kenya's prime minister headed to Ivory Coast with a warning for the country's self-proclaimed president, urging him to step down Ouattara: Gbagbo deadline to step down  Ouattara and Gbagbo, the incumbent, set dueling deadlines for the other to stand down, but neither show any signs of doing so Ivory Coast TV 'inciting UN hate' Gbagbo unmoved by Ivorian mission   West African leaders have ended their mission to Ivory Coast, having failed to persuade incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo to stand down   Leaders leave Ivory Coast talks  West African leaders have ended their mission to Ivory Coast, with incumbent Laurent Gbagbo refusing to stand down Ivory Coast in civil war warning W African bloc threatens Gbagbo   Nigeria: The regional bloc Ecowas has told incumbent Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo to stand down or expect to face 'legitimate force' Gbagbo denied Ivory Coast funds  The Central Bank of West African States has blocked Laurent Gbagbo's access to funds and has recognised Alassane Ouattara as president Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
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U.N. forces target Gbagbo loyalists Map of Abidjan Ivory Coast  U.N. military helicopters Sunday pounded heavy weapons positions of fighters loyal to self-declared Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo Gbagbo troops 'hit rival's base' Map of Abidjan Ivory Coast  A hotel used by the internationally recognised president of Ivory Coast has come under attack by forces loyal to his rival Laurent Gbagbo   U.N. chief urges Gbagbo to leave  A stern warning came from the United Nations that the self-declared Ivory Coast president should seize his last chance for a graceful exit   French forces rescue Japan ambassador   French forces snatch the Japanese ambassador to safety, near where incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo remains under siege Ouattara forces enter Gbagbo stronghold
Ivory Coast ex-head taken to ICC   Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo has arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague Ivory Coast investigates Gbagbo  New president Alassane Ouattara has said that an investigation has begun into alleged crimes committed by his predecessor, Laurent Gbagbo Gbagbo party urges 'end to war'  The party of deposed Laurent Gbagbo, the Ivorian Popular Front, has appealed for an end to fighting by armed groups Laurent Gbagbo captured Map of Abidjan Ivory Coast

year 2011 Top ^

  Ivory Coast's UN-recognised President, Alassane Ouattara, has urged restraint after the dramatic capture of his bitter rival
 Gbagbo surrendered after a military assault on his residence
  Forces loyal to elected President Alassane Ouattara stormed the residence of his rival, potentially heralding the end of a bloody conflict


year 2010 Top ^

  International pressure mounts for Laurent Gbagbo to quit the presidency. The US is exploring ways to strengthen the UN presence
 The US is exploring ways to strengthen the UN presence in Ivory Coast, where Gbagbo's forces are in a tense stand-off with supporters of Alassane Ouattara
Dec.4   Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
  The incumbent Laurent Gbagbo took the oath to serve a new term, but within hours Alassane Ouattara also laid claim to the presidency

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Jul.30 President and PM burn weapons
  Laurent Gbagbo and prime minister have set fire to stockpiled weapons to symbolise the end of the two men's 5-year conflict

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Jan.18 President calls for calm
  Laurent Gbagbo has called for his supporters to end violent protests against foreign targets in the main city
    UN Bangladeshi troops flee town  United Nations peacekeepers have pulled out of a camp after clashing with supporters of President Gbagbo

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.13 Military chief sacked
  The president Laurent Gbagbo, has sacked his army chief of staff, Gen Mathias Doue

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.7   President calls peace deal good start  Laurent Gbagbo urged the Ivorian people to accept the spirit in which it was framed

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