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No let-up in Cote d'Ivoire violence
Incumbent president's supporters accused of attacks in ongoing unrest, but deny any involvement.
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2010 05:35 GMT

The United Nations has extended its peackeeping mission in the West African nation of Cote D'Ivoire and claims that civilians and UN staff have been threatened and attacked.

Laurent Gbagbo, the incumbent president, has said he will not concede defeat in last month's election.

Al Jazeera's Ama Boateng has more reports from Abidjan, the Ivorian capital.

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