(Al Jazeera English: 0916 PST, April 5, 2011) Laurent Gbagbo may finally be giving up his claim to power in Cote d'Ivoire. His government's spokesman says he is negotiating a ceasefire. France says two generals are working out the details of his surrender. Hundreds are dead and a million are thought to have been displaced, after five months of political deadlock and fighting. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher has the latest.
(Al Jazeera English: 0712 PST, April 4, 2011) In Cote D'Ivoire, the Prime Minister appointed by internationally recognised president, Alassane Outtara, has said the time is right for a "rapid offensive" against the main city of Abidjan. Ouattara's forces are fighting soldiers loyal to incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo in what could be a decisive day in the future of the country. Al Jazeera's Nazanin Sadri reports.
(Al Jazeera English: 2157 PST, March 31, 2011) Fighters backing Cote D'Ivoire's elected president Alassane Ouattara, are attacking the residence of the incumbent, Laurent Gbagbo, in the city of Abidjan. A spokesman for Ouattara says they are meeting some resistance.
Ouattara's forces swept into the commercial capital on Thursday, and have also taken control of the state TV broadcaster. Gbagbo has refused to give up power despite losing last November's election, according to results verified by local and international officials. Al Jazeera's Khadija Margadie reports.
(France 24: 0547 PST, March 31, 2011) Forces loyal to Cote d'Ivoire's internationally recognized president, Alassane Ouattara, have seized the country's administrative capital, Yamoussoukro, and threatened to march onto the main city of Abidjan.