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January 27, 2021
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Ivory Coast: Two new mass graves unearthed

The UN’s human rights chief in Ivory Coast has told on Monday  the BBC new mass graves have been found there containing the remains of more than 50 male victims.  Guillaume Ngefa said two burial sites had been found in a suburb of Abidjan.  He said local people allege that many of the victims were killed by former President Laurent Gbagbo’s supporters. Last month, UN investigators found at least 200 bodies in a mass grave in the western Ivorian town of Duekoue.

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