Ivory Coast political violence: Families of victims seek justice

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At least 40 Ivorians have been killed in the run-up to and during last month’s presidential election.
Opposition supporters accuse security forces of using excessive force against them - while they look away when government supporters are out on the streets - an allegation the police deny.
Security forces in Ivory Coast are cracking down on dissenters following the violence triggered by President Alassane Ouattara running for a third term and being declared the winner of the October 31 election.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris travelled to the opposition stronghold of Bonoua, Ivory Coast, to meet some of them.

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Cote d'Ivoire
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Ivory coast, cote d'ivoire, justice, families, violence
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