Ivory Coast: October 4, 2002


The northern Moslem rebels finally got themselves organized and in touch with the government. A deal was quickly worked out for a ceasefire, followed by negotiations over the ethnic, political and religious differences that divide the country from north to south. Soldiers and civilians who had fled the country over the last three years, because of persecution by southerners,  played a large role in the uprising. 


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