Ivory Coast Impasse Threatens Peace Accord

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Power struggles resume between Ivory Coast government forces and rebels. Rebels pull out of a power sharing government and retreat to the north of the country. Forces loyal to President Laurent Gbagbo control the south. French peacekeepers are stuck in the middle. The impasse threatens to destroy a peace accord signed last January. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.



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