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Co?te d?Ivoire: IDPs rebuilding lives amid a delicate peace

Source: International Displacement Monitoring Centre - Thu, 4 Apr 2013 17:47 GMT
Author: International Displacement Monitoring Centre
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CoÌ&${esc.hash}130;te d'Ivoire witnessed the world's largest new internal displacement event of 2011 after contested presidential election results in 2010 sparked a violent conflict for political control. Serious rights abuses by supporters of both sides and armed clashes between them resulted in the internal displacement of up to a million people. Two years later, most of these internally displaced people (IDPs) have returned home to rebuild their lives. However, tens of thousands have still not found durable solutions to their displacement.



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