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Ivory Coast accuses France of 'acts of war'
By Meera Selva

15 November 2004

The Ivory Coast President, Laurent Gbagbo, has boycotted African Union peace talks aimed at ending the violence in his country, and opened a war of words with the French President, Jacques Chirac.


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