Underreported: Crisis in Côte d'Ivoire

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Côte d'Ivoire has been rocked by a political and humanitarian crisis following the disputed presidential election in November. Adam Nossiter, New York Times West Africa Bureau Chief, and Renzo Fricke, an Emergency Coordinator for Doctors Without Borders, talk about the turmoil there.


Renzo Fricke and Adam Nossiter

Comments [2]

Bright Dan-philips from Lagos, Nigeria

Times like this is when United Nation is espected to deliver, but am very surprised that they are been overpowerd by a single and an ordinary president whose country is still inclusive of the United Nations. But mark my word "If the U.N fails to bring down this man, other presidents will immitate"

Mar. 30 2011 03:23 PM
yacouba samake from pa/ny live in pa work in ny

leonard I want to thank you for your intrest in ivory coast I'm news junky I listen to your show religeosly I know this is your second show about this crisis under the underreported segment . as you know that story is largerly ignored by the big media this is why I love npr I'm ivoirian cityzen living in the usa im a proud american .in by the way I prefer ivory coast over cote d'ivoire thank's

Mar. 18 2011 08:24 PM

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