Ivorian refugees flee to Liberia

Exodus coincides with ongoing political crisis precipitated by Cote d'Ivoire's November presidential election.

    Refugees from Cote d'Ivoire say they have been attacked by supporters of Alassane Ouattara, the apparent winner of the November 28 presidential election. The UN says over 20,000 Ivorians have fled to Liberia since the post-poll stalemate began. Al Jazeera's Keith Miller reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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