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  Ivory Coast seethes after attack Map of Abidjan Ivory Coast  Armed mobs of government loyalists took to the streets of the city of Abidjan, in anger against France   France boosts Ivory Coast force
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  France attacks Ivorian airbase
Foes clinch peace deal  Former rebels and opposition figures have signed a deal to re-join the government after two days of talks U.N. finds mass graves

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  A human rights team has found 3 mass graves with at least 99 bodies in northern rebel stronghold of Korhogo

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  French forces have destroyed 2 government warplanes after an air strike left 8 French soldiers dead and 23 injured
  France was flying in 300 of extra soldiers and Ivory Coast was pulling back its troops
    France limits Ivory Coast pullout  The French government dispatching 3 planes to evacuate at least 100 people, including many French citizens   President calls for calm  Laurent Gbagbo has appealed for order amid the violence that erupted Nov.9   Mbeki seeks to calm Ivorian storm  South African President is in Ivory Coast to try to restore calm after 2 days of violence Nov.10   Foreigners flee Ivory Coast
  The U.N. and France have begun mass evacuations of U.N. staff and foreign nationals following days of violence
Nov.13   Military chief sacked  The president Laurent Gbagbo, has sacked his army chief of staff, Gen Mathias Doue Nov.14   Westerners evacuate Ivory Coast  Frightened Westerners piled into buses, boats and planes in a growing evacuation despite government promises Nov.15   UN arms embargo for Ivory Coast
  The Security Council has voted unanimously to impose an immediate arms embargo. The ban will last 13 months

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