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Ivorian rebels delay offensive

Ivory Coast rebel leaders have postponed their threat to march on Abidjan. The rebels said they would review the situation after the Franco-African summit later this week in Paris, where Ivory Coast is likely to dominate official discussions. Last week the main rebel group, the MPCI, threatened to attack the city of Abidjan if they were not given the defence and interior ministry, which they say they were promised at peace talks in France last month. But they held talks with Ghana’s President John Kufuor on Saturday, and Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo on Sunday. Full Story

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