Senator Inhofe, who has been proactively fighting for the release of the Gbagbos, releases another statement on Côte d’Ivoire– this one directed to the President of all that’s necessary for true reconciliation in Côte d’Ivoire. Continue reading
US Senator Jim Inhofe, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC), demanded answers during a SFRC hearing on the current crisis in Cote d’Ivoire on May 19, 2011. Continue reading
Letter sent to the international community calling for immediate attention to the Ivory Coast crisis. Everyone Group – “…we have no wish to take part in politics or win over the sympathies of the press or those in power. We aim to save human lives and protect the weak from persecution”. Continue reading
Mr. Toussaint Alain calls for Outtara’s plan of reconciliation begin with the immediate release of President Gbagbo. Continue reading
By Thabo Mbeki, Former South African president writes on Ivorian crisis: Why is the United Nations entrenching former colonial powers on our continent? Africans can and should take the lead in resolving their own disputes. Continue reading
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Images sent in outlining the atrocities taking place by Outtara’s Rebel army. Continue reading
Amnesty International documents appalling conditions of civilians attacked by Ouattara’s rebels. Continue reading
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday that UN peacekeepers had taken sides in the conflict in Ivory Coast and called it a “very dangerous tendency.” Continue reading
Ghana’s Former President Rawlings says, “The violent mishandling of the arrest of Gbagbo and members of his family, particularly the humiliation of his wife by rebel forces is a further indictment on some members of the international community.” Continue reading
French forces bombed the palace this morning, captured Gbagbo and handed him over to Ouattara’s rebel forces. His family and presidential cabinet have also been detained. Continue reading
Radical Muslims in Africa’s Ivory Coast, with the military backing of the United Nations and France, are perpetrating a massacre on the country’s Christians while the Obama administration stands by and does nothing. Continue reading
Senator Inhofe disputes allegations made by France in view of the current Ivoirian crisis. He rebuts seven different statements made by the French Ambassador.
Backed by French and United Nations military forces, and approved by President Barack Obama, Muslim militias loyal to opposition leader Alassane Ouattara are on a rampage in the Ivory Coast that, according to news reports and officials, has left over a thousand Christians dead so far in an effort to oust current President Laurent Gbagbo. Continue reading