Born in Abidjan
The situation in Abidjan had been very tense until April 13/2011, two days after the Gbagbo regime fell. Since that time, the improvement was palpable. Some fighting broke out on May 3 and 4, in the Yopougon district, the stronghold of forces loyal to outgoing President Gbagbo, the main thoroughfares have reopened and wooden stalls had reappeared along previously-deserted roadsides. And after remaining inside during the long weeks of the crisis, the city's ill inhabitants—many now in serious condition—are streaming to the hospital.
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