ABIDJAN Below average rains were recorded last week in most of Ivory Coast's cocoa growing regions but high soil moisture content from previous rains would help the strong development of the October-to-March main crop, farmers said on Monday.
ABIDJAN Above-average rains last week in most of Ivory Coast's cocoa-growing regions augur a larger, better-quality October-to-March main crop compared with last year, farmers said on Monday.
ABIDJAN Ivory Coast began vaccinating health workers against Ebola in the commercial capital Abidjan on Monday after a case of the deadly virus was confirmed over the weekend. | Video
ABIDJAN, Aug 16 Heavy rains across most of Ivory
Coast's cocoa-growing regions last week have rekindled hopes for
an early start to the October-to-March main crop, farmers said
ABIDJAN, Aug 14 Ivory Coast has declared a first
case of the Ebola hemorrhagic virus in 25 years, the health
minister and the World Health Organization (WHO) said separately
ABIDJAN As Ivorian artist Aristide Kouame combs the beach with a big trash bag to gather discarded flip-flops and other footwear, he is aware that other beachgoers probably take him for a desperate street trader or possibly a madman. | Video
ABIDJAN Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara and long-time rival Laurent Gbagbo hugged on Tuesday at their first meeting in over a decade, part of efforts to ease political tensions in the West African country. | Video
ABIDJAN, July 15 Eleven African heads of state
called on Thursday for $100 billion in hardship funding to help
dig their economies out of the hole caused by the COVID-19
ABIDJAN, June 21 Above-average rains last week
in Ivory Coast's central cocoa-growing regions will help the
development of the last stage of the mid-crop while more
downpours were needed in other regions, farmers said on Monday.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) -Ivory Coast's former president Laurent Gbagbo, ousted during a civil war in 2011 and acquitted of war crimes in The Hague, flew home on Thursday from a decade in exile as thousands took to the streets to welcome him. | Video