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Journées ville mortes : les populations privées de moyens de transport
Publié le 30 dcembre 2010 | Reuters |  Photographe :  | Photo N˚57426


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Ivorians wait in Abobo, a suburb of Abidjan, on December 30, 2010 for transport to visit their families outside of Abidjan during a general strike which started on December 26. Ouattara, who is recognised as president by the international community but is besieged in his Abidjan hotel and protected by UN peacekeepers, had urged workers to down tools across the fragile West African state. Ouattara`s supporters began to get the message out, despite being totally excluded from the airwaves, and there was disruption to public transport and isolated street barricades began to spring up on December 27.


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Journées ville mortes : les populations privées de moyens de transport
Ivorians wait in Abobo, a suburb of Abidjan, on December 30, 2010 for transport to visit their families outside of Abidjan during a general strike which started on December 26. Ouattara, who is recognised as president by the international community but is besieged in his Abidjan hotel and protected by UN peacekeepers, had urged workers to down tools across the fragile West African state. Ouattara`s supporters began to get the message out, despite being totally excluded from the airwaves, and there was disruption to public transport and isolated street barricades began to spring up on December 27..

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Journées ville mortes : les populations privées de moyens de transport
Ivorians wait in Abobo, a suburb of Abidjan, on December 30, 2010 for transport to visit their families outside of Abidjan during a general strike which started on December 26. Ouattara, who is recognised as president by the international community but is besieged in his Abidjan hotel and protected by UN peacekeepers, had urged workers to down tools across the fragile West African state. Ouattara`s supporters began to get the message out, despite being totally excluded from the airwaves, and there was disruption to public transport and isolated street barricades began to spring up on December 27..

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Journées ville mortes : les populations privées de moyens de transport
Ivorians wait in Abobo, a suburb of Abidjan, on December 30, 2010 for transport to visit their families outside of Abidjan during a general strike which started on December 26. Ouattara, who is recognised as president by the international community but is besieged in his Abidjan hotel and protected by UN peacekeepers, had urged workers to down tools across the fragile West African state. Ouattara`s supporters began to get the message out, despite being totally excluded from the airwaves, and there was disruption to public transport and isolated street barricades began to spring up on December 27..

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