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Anti-French Violence Erupts Again in Ivory Coast

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Anti-French Violence Erupts Again in Ivory Coast

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Anti-French Violence Erupts Again in Ivory Coast

Anti-French Violence Erupts Again in Ivory Coast

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An angry mob overruns the Abidjan airport in Ivory Coast, taunting French passengers trying to leave the country. The crowd's anger is stoked by concessions in a peace pact brokered by the French in an effort to end a four-month civil war. NPR's Lynn Neary talks to New York Times correspondent Somini Sengupta.

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