At least three people die in protests in the Ivory Coast over a curfew imposed ahead of the second round of the Ivorian presidential election.
At least three people have been killed in violence in Ivory Coast, hours before a presidential run-off election, officials say.
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- Rebels in the Ivory Coast seize another town from the control of incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo, who refused to step down following a disputed presidential election. Unrest occurs in the capital Yamoussoukro.
- At least 14 people in Duekoue, Ivory Coast are killed in clashes between opposing sides in the Presidential election crisis.
- Ivory Coasts' election commission in Cte d'Ivoire declares Alassane Ouattara the winner of the Ivorian presidential election but the Constitutional Council declares the announcement invalid as it missed the deadline to announce the results.
- An alliance of opposition parties that endorse the presidency of Alassane Ouattara in the Ivory Coast call for mass protests, following the presidential election.
- Supporters of Ivory Coast presidential aspirant Alassane Ouattara conduct a mass protest over the results of the recent presidential election.