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Ivory Coast peace plan delay concerns UN council

The U.N. Security Council expressed “deep concern” on Friday over stalled Ivory Coast peace talks as the top U.N. official in the West African nation appealed for rival groups not to waste their chance for peace. Ivory Coast, the world’s top cocoa grower, has been divided into a rebel-held north and government-run south since a brief 2002-2003 civil war. French and U.N. peacekeeping troops protect a fragile cease-fire line separating the rival forces. Full Story

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