Africa

Ivory Coast urges calm as ICC weighs Gbagbo's return

Daughter of former president says father intends to go home as anti-Gbagbo protests erupted in Abidjan.

Ivory Coast urges calm as ICC weighs Gbagbo's return home

ICC

ICC acquits Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo of war crimes

Former president to be provisionally released after judges say prosecutors failed to satisfy burden of proof.

Africa

Ivory Coast civil war survivors demand justice

Torture victims bear psychological scars seven years after the end of the second civil war in Ivory Coast.

Africa

Ivory Coast teachers launch strike over pay, conditions

Police officers and civil servants are also threatening to walk out in protest, seeking wage parity.

Africa

Ivory Coast's 'devil's milk' at centre of US-China trade war

Africa's largest exporter of rubber rocked after Trump's tariffs on China, the largest manufacturer of rubber goods.

Ivory Coast's 'devil's milk' at centre of US-China trade war

Africa

Ivory Coast election results revealed

The ruling coalition in Ivory Coast has maintained its majority after municipal elections on Saturday.

Ivory Coast election results revealed

Africa

Ivory Coast amnesty: Wife of former leader leaves jail

Why the Ivory Coast's former first lady is out of jail after serving just 3 of a 20-year sentence.

Weather

Cleanup follows deadly flood in Ivory Coast's Abidjan

At least 18 people killed as flash floods raged through parts of the country's major urban centre.

Cleanup follows deadly flooding in Ivory Coast's Abidjan

Ivory Coast

Deadly flood hits Ivory Coast

Hundreds have been forced to leave their homes due to severe flooding in the economic capital, Abidjan.

Deadly flood hits Ivory Coast

Counting the Cost

The cost of chocolate

How the biggest producers of cocoa beans are struggling to afford the very commodity that supports their economies.

Africa

First person: Ivorian artist fights stigma around disability

Traore Adama speaks to Al Jazeera about the hardships he faces in a country where 'nobody, not even the government thinks of us' when it comes to 'means of transport'.

Africa

Ivory Coast: Does smoking fish the traditional way cause cancer?

Ivory Coast is asking people to use modern methods to produce the smoked fish beloved by so many.

Africa

Africa's 'lion economies' growth exceeds forecasts

The nations of West Africa, including Senegal, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Ghana have recently seen a significant increase in growth.

Opinion

The EU's migration hypocrisy in Africa

Why the EU keeps organising anti-migration propaganda events in Africa.

Fabian Wagner

by Fabian Wagner

Fabian Wagner

Environment

The centuries-old village swallowed by the sea

As rising seas and coastal erosion threaten an Ivory Coast village, neighbours are in a fight over dwindling resources.

'It may disappear': Ocean threatens Ivory Coast village