French Maintain Ivory Coast Buffer Zone

BAOUKE, IVORY COAST - OCTOBER 21: Ivory Coast rebels control the bridge at Baoulifla checkpoint October 21, 2002 in Baouke, Ivory Coast. French troops have been deployed to maintain a buffer zone between loyalist and rebel positions and to monitor a ceasefire agreement signed last week. The conflict began after hundreds of government soldiers staged an uprising September 19, angered by government plans to fire them. As a result, rebel forces took over large areas in the north and demanded President Laurent Gbagbo's resignation. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
BAOUKE, IVORY COAST - OCTOBER 21: Ivory Coast rebels control the bridge at Baoulifla checkpoint October 21, 2002 in Baouke, Ivory Coast. French troops have been deployed to maintain a buffer zone between loyalist and rebel positions and to monitor a ceasefire agreement signed last week. The conflict began after hundreds of government soldiers staged an uprising September 19, angered by government plans to fire them. As a result, rebel forces took over large areas in the north and demanded President Laurent Gbagbo's resignation. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
French Maintain Ivory Coast Buffer Zone
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