The government of Côte d’Ivoire says it has reached a deal with mutinying troops to end a four-day rebellion over pay
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