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More than 50 people are being held in arbitrary detention in Côte d'Ivoire following the arrest of former President Laurent Gbagbo.
Amnesty International is very concerned about the safety of Basile Mahan Gahé, a trade unionist who has been detained without charge at a police station in Abidjan's ...
Urgent Action AFR 31/005/2011
Real or perceived supporters of former President Laurent Gbagbo continue to be harassed, arbitrarily detained, ill-treated and forced to flee.
This document summarizes an Amnesty International report which looked at the violence that followed the disputed presidential election in November 2010. Hundreds ...
Report AFR 31/003/2011
The violence that followed the disputed presidential election in November 2010 has caused the most serious humanitarian and human rights crisis in Côte d'Ivoire ...
Report AFR 31/002/2011
A new Amnesty International report contains details massacres, rapes and manhunts committed during six months of violence following disputed elections.
The first four months of 2011 witnessed an unprecedented surge of ordinary people speaking up for their rights and demanding change. But the authorities' repressive ...
PressItem POL 10/008/2011
UN urged to protect thousands who are hiding in the bush in life threatening conditions without proper food or sanitation and to help them return home.
The UN mission in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI) must protect the tens of thousands of civilians displaced by the conflict who wish to return to their home villages but ...