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    Ivory Coast: Refugees' Return Sparks Land-title Disputesi
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    January 25, 2016 5:58 PM
    Ivory Coast's 2010-2011 political crisis forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee to neighboring countries. Most of them left everything behind. When they got back, some found their land occupied by others, leading to clashes and inter-communal tensions in the west of the country. With more refugees coming back, the conflict threatens to impede the reconciliation the country has been looking for. Emilie IOB reports.

    Ivory Coast: Refugees' Return Sparks Land-title Disputes

    Published January 25, 2016

    Ivory Coast's 2010-2011 political crisis forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee to neighboring countries. Most of them left everything behind. When they got back, some found their land occupied by others, leading to clashes and inter-communal tensions in the west of the country. With more refugees coming back, the conflict threatens to impede the reconciliation the country has been looking for. Emilie IOB reports.


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