Dissatisfied ex-combatants who aren’t serving in the formal military structures pose the biggest long-term threat to the stability of the country.
The government of Côte d’Ivoire says it has reached a deal with mutinying troops to end a four-day rebellion over pay
A court in Côte d’Ivoire cleared former first lady Simone Gbagbo of crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The film — the first feature-length film to show at the festival — deals with "the bravery of women".
Regional power Ecowas, which has just seen off yet another dictator in Yahya Jammeh, started off with a tame agenda 42 years ago.
West African leaders are actively engaged in trying to resolve a crisis triggered by Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to accept his defeat at the polls
Minister says agreement was reached, but soldiers are back on the streets.
Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan also resigned and dissolved the government
The mutiny began early on Friday when rogue soldiers demanding bonus pay seized Bouake.
A statement from the Defence Minister said a group of soldiers had used their weapons to force their way into the military headquarters in Bouake
The world's top cocoa-growing country has experienced a strong economic revival under Ouattara.
'The president says all these new measures will guarantee more political stability.'
Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
The country is in constitutional reform mode — albeit somewhat rushed — and needs to ensure it takes on an inclusive, consensual approach.
Agriculture has destroyed 80 percent of Ivory Coast forests. The Ivorian government is now driving cocoa farmers from protected forests.
Expect more attention on countries like Kenya and Ivory Coast, with relatively diversified economies and that have avoided the commodity-induced bust
Military court prosecutor said "the arrest warrant against Blaise Compaore has not been cancelled. I can even say that it was never cancelled"
Ivory Coast leader Outtara does something few have tried in Africa: opens power and water sectors to competition
“It’s when we’ll have several companies that the prices will go down because distribution is too expansive,” Ouattara said
Al-Qaeda has killed more than 70 people since November in assaults targeting hotels also in Mali, Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast