Ivory Coast: October 30, 2003


The presidents of Ghana and Nigeria flew into the Ivory Coast on a mission to kick start a faltering peace process and defuse simmering 
tensions. They held talks with their Ivorian counterpart and the country's prime minister, who heads a shaky power-sharing government meant to shepherd 
Ivory Coast to elections in 2005. The rebels have said they would only return if Gbagbo stepped down. Gbagbo's supporters say the rebels are only making 
excuses to delay disarmament. - Adam Geibel


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