Thursday, December 30, 2010

United Nations's concern for Ivory Coast's worst situation

The new ambassador to the United Nations for Ivory Coast's concerns the country is on the edge of genocide, saying houses have been marked according to their occupants' tribe.
Youssoufou Bamba says the UN has a responsibility to force losing presidential candidate Laurent Gbagbo to quit as Ivory Coast's leader.
He said, something should be made because "We have reached on the brink of genocide”.
According to the UN human rights team near about 200 peoples have been killed and 90 tortured in the last recent weeks.
The UN has deployed 9,000 peacekeeping toops in Ivory Coast, but the situation is becoming increasingly worst as they prostate pro-Gbagbo groups.
Mr Gbagbo's most infamous lieutenant, youth Chief Charles Ble Goude, has insisted on the strongman's reactionary followers to open an unarmed attack on opponents Alassane Ouattara's UN-defended base.
Mr Gbagbo has identified on the UN to go away without delay after their decision to make out his rival as the winner of the elections.
Chief UN peacekeeper Alain Le Roy has blamed Mr Gbagbo's state media of "provocating hatred" against UN peacekeeping troops to divert the population against them and formulate their already risky mission impossible.

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