Ivory Coast's Gbagbo moved out of Abidjan

By REUTERS
April 12, 2011 19:54

 
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UNITED NATIONS - Toppled Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo has been moved out of the main city Abidjan after he was detained by forces loyal to presidential claimant Alassane Ouattara, a UN spokesman said on Tuesday.

Gbagbo had been taken to Ouattara's headquarters at Abdijan's Golf Hotel immediately after his detention on Monday, but spokesman Farhan Haq said he was no longer there.

He did not give his new location, although UN officials had said he would be transferred up north, where the Ouattara support base in concentrated.

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