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1 de Abril de 2011

La crisis en Costa de Marfil se agrava mientras las fuerzas contrarias a Gbagbo rodean el palacio presidencial


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El líder de Costa de Marfil, Laurent Gbagbo, está luchando por mantenerse en el poder mientras las fuerzas de su rival, Alassane Ouattara, rodean Abidjan, principal ciudad de ese país. Buena parte de los enfrentamientos se concentran en torno al palacio presidencial de Gbagbo, fuertemente fortificado. Se estima que las fuerzas de Ouattara pueden controlar hasta el 80 por ciento de Costa de Marfil. Hablamos con Corinne Dufka, investigadora jefe de la división para África de Human Rights Watch, y con el analista político de Costa de Marfil Gnaka Lagoke, de AfricanDiplomacy.com.

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