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  U.N. chief urges Gbagbo to leave  A stern warning came from the United Nations that the self-declared Ivory Coast president should seize his last chance for a graceful exit Ouattara offers deal to end crisis  President-elect is willing to add supporters of self-proclaimed president Laurent Gbagbo to his cabinet, provided the defiant incumbent steps down   Britain, Canada recognizes Ouattara  Canada and Britain announced that they have rejected the authority of self-proclaimed President Laurent Gbagbo Offer to Gbagbo to come to U.S. 'closing'  An offer for self-declared Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo to step down and come to the United States still is open but Gbagbo is 'digging... Ouattara: Gbagbo deadline to step down  Ouattara and Gbagbo, the incumbent, set dueling deadlines for the other to stand down, but neither show any signs of doing so Gbagbo unmoved by Ivorian mission
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Laurent Gbagbo captured Map of Abidjan Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast ex-head taken to ICC  Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo has arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague Inauguration marks end to turmoil


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.29
May.21
  Alassane Ouattara was inaugurated as president of Ivory Coast in a ceremony that marked a symbolic end to months of political turmoil
Apr.11
  Ivory Coast's UN-recognised President, Alassane Ouattara, has urged restraint after the dramatic capture of his bitter rival
 Gbagbo surrendered after a military assault on his residence

Apr.7
Jan.10
Jan.6
Jan.3


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.31
Dec.28
  West African leaders have ended their mission to Ivory Coast, having failed to persuade incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo to stand down
Dec.23 Gbagbo denied Ivory Coast funds  The Central Bank of West African States has blocked Laurent Gbagbo's access to funds and has recognised Alassane Ouattara as president Dec.18   UN chief rejects Ivorian pullout   Ban Ki-moon has rejected a call for UN troops to leave Ivory Coast as tensions escalate after last month's presidential election Dec.11 West African states back Ouattara  The head of a West African group of nations rejects the idea of power-sharing talks in the aftermath of the disputed Ivory Coast election Dec.4 Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
  The incumbent Laurent Gbagbo took the oath to serve a new term, but within hours Alassane Ouattara also laid claim to the presidency


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.4 African leaders name Konan Banny as PM
  The mediators have named an interim prime minister - Central Bank of West African States governor


year 2004 Top ^

Nov.13 Military chief sacked  The president Laurent Gbagbo, has sacked his army chief of staff, Gen Mathias Doue


Main Event: Laurent Gbagbo captured
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B. 2011-11-29 Ivory Coast ex-head taken to ICC Ivory Coast
C. 2011-05-21 Inauguration marks end to turmoil Ivory Coast
2011-04-11 Laurent Gbagbo captured Abidjan, Ivory Coast
E. 2011-04-07 U.N. chief urges Gbagbo to leave Ivory Coast
F. 2011-01-10 Ouattara offers deal to end crisis Ivory Coast
G. 2011-01-03 Offer to Gbagbo to come to U.S. 'closing' Ivory Coast
H. 2010-12-31 Ouattara: Gbagbo deadline to step down Ivory Coast
I. 2010-12-28 Gbagbo unmoved by Ivorian mission Ivory Coast


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