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Ivory Coast calm as election goes ahead

Ivory Coast calm as election goes ahead
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Alassane Ouattara looks set to remain president of the Ivory Coast as votes are cast in the first presidential election since the end of a decade

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Alassane Ouattara looks set to remain president of the Ivory Coast as votes are cast in the first presidential election since the end of a decade long civil war.

President Alassane #ouattara arrives to vote in cocody, #Abidjan#IvoryCoastpic.twitter.com/Gwz8emEl6h

— Tamasin Ford (@Tamasin_Ford) October 25, 2015

UN peacekeepers say the capital Abidjan is quiet in sharp contrast to the 2010 poll that erupted into violence.

"Reconciliation Avenue," Yopougon, Abidjan. So-named, local residents say, after 2010-11 violence. #civelectionspic.twitter.com/l3JJRScGTy

— Thomas Gilchrist (@TjGilchrist) October 25, 2015

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