Cote D'Ivoire Govt Says Troops' Protest Over Wages Is Uncalled For

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The government of Cote d'Ivoire has condemned a Special Forces revolt that took place earlier this week in the army barracks town of Adiake. Soldiers have been demanding salary increases and the payment of promised bonuses. The mutiny follows a deal struck with the government in January, in which some troops were to receive once-off lump sum payments. But the government says the protest is uncalled for
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Cote d'Ivoire