Ivory Coast president confirms deal to end two-day army mutiny

By REUTERS
January 7, 2017 21:14

 
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Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara confirmed on Saturday that a deal had been reached with disgruntled soldiers to end a two-day revolt that spread unrest across the West African nation.

Speaking to his ministers and reporters, Ouattara said the government had agreed to take into account the soldiers' demands concerning bonus payments and living and working conditions.

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