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Reforesting Ivory Coast through Seedballs
On this episode we see a flight simulator built by a Congolese pilot together with some secondary school students from Brazaville.
Shifting careers: From banking to making pancakes
In this edition on Inspire Africa, an Ivorian entrepreneur who own several pastry shops in Abidjan shares his tips to successfully changing careers and sustaining a business.
This organic chocolate is made by hand... and feet
Prosecutor: Retrial of Gbagbo possible
Challenges and opportunities of Africa's digital revolution [Inspire Africa]
Inspire Africa is in Cote d'Ivoire for a special edition of the show dedicated to the digital revolution that is ongoing on the African continent.
Africa's digital trailblazers [Inspire Africa]
They are not only the future of the African continent.. But also its very present. They are professional from all walks of life who are fueling Africa's development .. And we - on INSPIRE AFRICA - are
Ivory Coast: the migration challenge
What is Ivory Coast doing to meet its migration challenge?
EU-Africa summit leaders back migrant evacuation from Libya
Ivory Coast set for EU Africa summit
EU and African leaders meet in Ivory Coast on Wednesday. They are there to talk trade and migration. Euronews visited Abidjan, the capital, to
EU eyes Africa trade boost
EU and African leaders will meet in Ivory Coast this week. Their aim, they say, is to boost trade links between both continents, especially in the
Ivorian migrants confirm existence of Libya's migrant slave markets
Migrants returning to the Ivory Coast to be repatriated reveal the horrors of the migrant slave trade.
Cargo plane crashes off Ivory Coast
Four Moldovan nationals have been killed and two others injured when a cargo plane crashed into the sea near the airport in the main city of Ivory Coast.
Four die as cargo plane crashes into sea off Abidjan, Ivory Coast
The crash happened shortly after take off. Four people have died and six have been injured.
Wonders of Pompeii uncovered
A clearer vision is emerging of a city that was buried nearly 2,000 years ago.
Ivory Coast dreams of diversification
It's the world's biggest exporter of cocoa beans, but if it's to continue growing at such a frenetic pace it will have to diversify.
Army mutiny over pay ends in Ivory Coast
A five day long army mutiny over pay has ended in Ivory Coast after the mutineers accepted an increase in bonus payments.
Ivory Coast mutineers reject deal to end revolt
Despite the African country's defence minister announcing that an agreement had been reached, the mutineers are refusing to return to their barracks.
Ivory Coast mutiny: Government forces launch operation to quell soldiers' rebellion
Ivory Coast’s military has announced it is launching an operation to put down a mutiny within the ranks.
Wilmots appointed Ivory Coast coach
Marc Wilmots has been appointed head coach of the Ivory Coast.
Africa's rarest crocodile under special protection program
The fate of a crocodile species considered as Africa's newest and rarest is being tied to a zoo in the heart of Ivory Coast's economic capital Abidjan, which faced an uncertain future not long ago.
'New deal' with mutinous soldiers defuses Ivory Coast tensions
Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi pursued talks with mutinous soldiers’ leaders on Friday in Bouake, the city where he had been held against his will just a week…
Ivory Coast dismisses its security chiefs following military mutiny
The heads of Ivory Coast’s army, police and gendarmerie have been dismissed by the country’s president following a two-day army mutiny.
Ivory Coast defence minister freed by mutinous soldiers
Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi and dozens of others have been allowed to leave a house where they had been trapped following a mutiny by disgruntled…
Mutinous soldiers free defence minister in Ivory Coast
An updated version of this story published on Sunday is available here.
Shots heard in several Ivory Coast cities as soldiers' uprising spreads
Gunfire has been reported in several cities in Ivory Coast on Saturday, suggesting that an uprising by soldiers protesting over pay and bonuses may be spreading.
Ex-soldiers seize Ivory Coast city of Bouake
UPDATE: Defence Minister says soldiers demanding salary increases and bonus payments were behind the seizure of Ivory Coast’s second largest city of Bouake.