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Massacre: Muslim Troops Slaughter 1,000 Christians In Ivory Coast – Gateway Pundit
At least 1,000 Christians were slaughtered this week in at the Salesian Saint Teresa of the Child Jesus mission in Duekou, Ivory Coast by Muslim troops loyal to Alassane Ouattara. The state-run media has been slow to report the facts.
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- Battle rages around president's palace, key sites
- 1,000 dead in western Ivorian town - Red Cross
- TV shows Gbagbo, reportedly at his Abidjan residence
The victims were discovered by aid agency workers in Duekoue. Some had been shot and others hacked to death with machetes.
It was not clear last night who carried out the attacks, but the area is thought to be in the control of supporters of Alassane Ouattara, who won Ivory Coast's election late last year. President Laurent Gbagbo has refused to step down.
Last night 10,000 refugees crowded into Duekoue's Catholic church, guarded by 1,000 United Nations peacekeepers.
Heavy fighting has continued in the main city, Abidjan, as Ouattara's forces battle for the presidential palace.
State TV came back on air after fighting took it down and they were showing pictures of Gbagbo looking relaxed and drinking tea, stating that the pictures were from his city residence.
Gunfire and explosions were heard from heavy shelling close to the presidential palace throughout the morning, and clashes raged around the military bases and offices of state broadcaster, RTI, which is still in the Gbagbo's hands.