Randgold Resources to extend life of Ivory
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DIGITALLOOKRandgold Resources to extend life of Ivory Coast gold mineDIGITALLOOKRandgold Resources is seeking to extend the operation life of its Tongon gold mine in the Côte d'lvoire beyond its four-year lifespan. The move comes after the FTSE 100 miner conducted a review of its Nielle permit that hosts the Tongon, which ...TOP NEWS: Randgold Seeks To Extend Tongon Mine Beyond Four YearsLondon South East (registration) (blog)Despite difficulties, Randgold set to expand Tongon past 4 yearsMINING.comall 5 news articles »
Posted on 24 April 2017 | 12:02 am
World Bank to Grant Ivory Coast Budget Aid
BloombergWorld Bank to Grant Ivory Coast Budget Aid as Cocoa Price SlumpsBloombergThe World Bank will grant Ivory Coast $100 million to $125 million in budget support in the coming months as a sharp drop in cocoa prices hurts the finances of the world's biggest producer. The lender said it hopes to release the money in the next few ...and more »
Posted on 22 April 2017 | 3:25 pm
2 Ivory Coast nationals held from Indo-Nepal
2 Ivory Coast nationals held from Indo-Nepal border with fake visasMillennium PostTwo foreign nationals were arrested from the Indo-Nepal border with forged Visas. They were produced at the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in Siliguri on Thursday and remanded to five days of police custody. They claim to be footballers ...
Posted on 21 April 2017 | 11:41 am
Improving Rural Communities In The Ivory
Oswego Daily NewsImproving Rural Communities In The Ivory CoastOswego Daily NewsThe two are among the founders, and noted the organization meets its mission through short-term mission trips and programs that work with local agencies in the Ivory Coast empowering communities to sustain and improve the health and education of their ...
Posted on 21 April 2017 | 4:25 am
Ivory Coast's SIB bank net profit up 15 pct,
Ivory Coast's SIB bank net profit up 15 pct, wary of cocoa sectorReutersA sharp drop in global cocoa prices has caused Ivory Coast, the world's top producer, to slash its 2017 budget by a tenth, President Alassane Ouattara said this week. The bank will target lending toward less risky sectors in an effort to boost its ...and more »
Posted on 21 April 2017 | 4:05 am
Ivory Coast says gets U.S. approval for
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Ivory Coast has received authorisation from the United States to start direct flights between the two countries, officials said on Saturday, boosting the West African nation's hopes of becoming a regional transport hub. The world's top cocoa producer, Ivory Coast is emerging from a decade-long political crisis that ended in a brief civil war in 2011, and is now attracting investors again. The ...
Posted on 12 April 2015 | 1:29 am
Ivory Coast to allocate half cocoa mid-crop
Ivory Coast will allocate half of this year's cocoa mid-crop to local grinders and is working on the details of tax breaks to take effect in the 2015-2016 season in a bid to stimulate the sector, government and industry sources said on Wednesday. Ivory Coast, the world's largest cocoa producer, withdrew tax benefits for domestic grinders in 2012 but began negotiations with cocoa grinders this ...
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 5:32 am
Ivory Coast's Bollore Africa Logistics
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Ivory Coast shipping company Bollore Africa Logistics reported a 34 percent drop in 2014 net profits of 6.47 billion CFA francs ($11 million), the company said on Wednesday. The company, a subsidiary of French industrial group Bollore, did not give a reason for the drop in profits. Turnover fell to 75.11 billion CFA francs last year, compared with 75.35 billion in 2013, it ...
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 3:34 am
Ghana-Ivory Coast clash highlights CHAN draw
Arch-rivals Ghana and Ivory Coast were drawn together Sunday in the highlight of the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifying competition. The countries clashed two months ago in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations final won by the Ivorian Elephants on penalties after 120 goalless minutes. Ivory Coast have yet to create an impact in the CHAN, making two first-round exits at the tournament ...
Posted on 5 April 2015 | 12:01 pm
Cocoa king Ivory Coast wants to cash in on
Ivory Coast reigns as the world's top cocoa producer but it wants to sell more than the beans, turning them into the even more lucrative chocolate, from breakfast spread to candy bars. During the 2013-14 season, Ivorian cocoa producers saw profits of 2.13 billion euros ($2.3 billion), according to Ivory Coast's coffee-cocoa council. As one local analyst in the sector put it: "It's not normal ...
Posted on 29 March 2015 | 2:47 am
Toure To Quit Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast News
Yaya Toure has led his country to the African Cup of Nations back at the start of the year, having spent the last decade coming up narrowly short. However, the 32-year-old has already informed national team coach Michel Dussuyer that he won't be joining up ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:20 pm
Ivory Coast leave Yaya Toure out of Afcon
Former radio DJ Donald Sebolai's version of his girlfriend's death is likely true because it was tested under hypnosis. Libya has recovered 82 bodies washed ashore after a boat packed with migrants sank near the western town of Zuwara, a Red Crescent ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:01 pm
Yaya Toure asks to not be named in Ivory
Yaya Toure is considering his international future, according to Ivory Coast coach Michel Dussuyer. The Manchester City midfielder has 95 caps to his name, but has requested to not be included in the Ivory Coast squad for their Africa Cup of Nations ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:55 pm
Football – CSKA look to extend perfect
A brace by Ivory Coast sharpshooter Seydou Doumbia and the decisive goal by Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa not only granted CSKA a place in the Champions League group stage but also provided a welcome confidence boost for this weekend. CSKA have a three-point ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:51 pm
Captain Toure left out of Ivory Coast squad
File: Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure has been left out the African Nations Cup qualifier next week. Photo: AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad ABIDJAN – African champions Ivory Coast have left out captain Yaya Toure from their African Nations Cup qualifier next week ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:37 pm
Ivory Coast president can rule by decree
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An Ivory Coast legislative official said Wednesday that lawmakers had given President Alassane Ouattara the authority to rule by decree on social and economic issues for 2013.
Posted on 10 April 2013 | 12:07 pm
Ivory Coast begins exhuming mass graves
Ivory Coast officials on Thursday began exhuming dozens of mass graves dating back to the country's 2011 postelection violence, as a new report accused President Alassane Ouattara of failing to bring his supporters to justice for crimes they allegedly
Posted on 4 April 2013 | 7:07 am
Ivory Coast to exhume mass graves from
An Ivory Coast justice official says that exhumations of mass graves from the country's 2010-11 postelection violence will begin next week.
Posted on 28 March 2013 | 7:05 am
UN: Border violence halts Ivorian refugee
U.N. officials in Liberia say they've temporarily halted the repatriation of tens of thousands of refugees from Ivory Coast because of continued unrest near the border between the two countries.
Posted on 26 March 2013 | 11:54 am
Notorious Ivory Coast militia leader killed
A regional official says a notorious militia leader accused of enlisting child soldiers for cross-border raids from Liberia into western Ivory Coast was killed during fighting Saturday.
Posted on 23 March 2013 | 8:29 am
Resolved Question: Drogba a difference maker
Ivory Coast News
I was worried Ivory Coast wouldn't score after trailing 1-0 but suddenly when Drogba came in to the game off the bench, momentum shifted and Ivory Coast scored two goals in two minutes. Great goals by Gervinho and Bony.
Posted on 14 June 2014 | 3:11 pm
Resolved Question: How far will Ivory Coast
They are in Group C with Greece, Columbia and Japan.
I think they will just about go 2nd and Columbia going 1st
How good are players like Aurier, Yaya Toure, Gervinho, Kalou, Drogba and Bony?
Posted on 5 June 2014 | 3:38 am
Resolved Question: If you were Zaha who
ok so wilfred was born in the ivory coast and moved to london when he was 4 , all his family and roots are from the ivory coast but he has spent nearly all his live in england .i'm sure there's plenty of people here on Y/A that have similar backgrounds weather that's there parents are from another country but they live in england .so who would you pick the country you live in or the home of your birth and your ancestors . i'm a palace fan and i'm more bothered about him staying at palace to get us into the prem but it would be great to have him in the england team
Posted on 13 November 2012 | 1:32 am
Resolved Question: Ivory Coast war; why?
i have a project on it and i cannot find this information anywhere
Posted on 6 January 2011 | 9:02 am
Resolved Question: Are the French hypocrites
Aren't the French such hypocrites to have questioned the US's integrity of their invasion of Iraq when they put troops in the Ivory Coast to try to help rebels fight against the government! Go ahead and keep thinking the French are the peaceful humanists they proclaim to be. They'll do business with Saddam Hussein, yet not Laurent Gbagbo.It sounds a bit like Vietnam if you ask me. The French could have prevented the whole Vietnam war if they weren't so stubbornly protective of a territory they'd inevitably lose. They should have been greatful the Americans saved them from the Nazis! They knew we wouldn't attack them being an ally directly after WWII. So they turned to the Soviets which is what led to us trying to clean up mess they created.
What gave the French any more right to intervene in Ivorian affairs than Americans in Iraq? Do you think it really gets to the French that the Ivorians don't even take them seriously? Now if the US wanted to enforce policy on this country, they'd listen. They know we have the most powerful military in the world and utilize it often! There wouldn't even be an incentive for us though. Jorge - No, I was referring to what happened in the early-2000s following the end of the Ivorian civil war. I'm not against peace keeping troops being there (whether from France, the US, ect.). Gotta have more explosions! - They shouldn't than. The French don't have what the British have in collective territories either. With the exception of some like Sierra Leone, most of the countries on the crowd are stable and non-violent. Still though, if they feel such an urge of responsibility, than why doesn't the standard of living ever improve for these people? The Europeans are better off just staying away.
Gotta have more explosions! - Like I said, I'm not against peace keeping. I'm saying it makes them look hypocritical to pick a side and than point the finger at the US and say ''Hey, you shouldn't be intervening in their affairs.'' As if we're not involved in industries like those EU countries are in various African countries? As if we haven't been militarily involved in these places since the beginning of the Cold War? As if there aren't terrorists in those countries that don't want to harm us? At some point those European countries shouldn't have gotten involved there. Yet now they can't take their nose out. It doesn't matter if it were a long time ago. Iraq was only stable for who was in the favor of the Hussein regime. Why don't you tell the Kurds their lives were stably peaceful and see what they say. How are you going to tell me the intervention wasn't supposed by the UN, meanwhile most of the US's allies (arguably most countries in the world) send some sort of aid (even if temporarily)? The UN is a useless anti-Israeli organization. Gotta have more explosions - We asked Saddam Hussein to cooperate. He wouldn't. WMDs weren't the only reason we went into Iraq. What in '03 would have given us the impression Iraq ever would attack US soil? It was the potential terrorists he allowed to harbor in his country. Granted there weren't as many as in other countries. Yet there were some. Like it or not, we've taken out a tyrant and replaced it with a Democracy. It may or may not last. But our mission was noble. You think us not knowing whether or not there were WMDs wasn't enough to go to war? Than why'd the rest of the world initially support us? And many still do even with low popularity from their citizenry. You know why? Because they believed the ''You are with us or against us'' rhetoric. Europe and most of the world is America's b*tch and they know that. The French stepped out of line. I actually respect the canolies that took. But I despise their hypocrisy. That is because the Israelis have to deal with terrorists on their own turf. The freaking Palestinians elected a party Americans, the EU and Japanese classify as a terrorist organization. So I don't blame them to defend their own turf. It is true that the ISraeli's could be more cooperative though. The flotilla raids didn't really help their image. Nor is building into East Jerusalem. Like Americans though, as well as the Chinese (regarding Tibet and other territories), the Israels can and will do what they please. It is apart of the pleasure of having a powerful military. The Europeans tell all of us we are not entitled to this? Why? They did it for centuries. Now it is their turn to watch. While Americana were farming simple folk for centuries, the Brits were enslaving Africans, exploiting Indians and bossing around Boers. We're now here because of the British and represent their evolved values in a different story.
Posted on 27 December 2010 | 2:35 am