We will raise our game, vows Ivorian Kalou
Veteran striker Salomon Kalou believes the Ivory Coast will raise their game after a poor qualifying campaign and win a second successive Africa Cup of Nations title.
Ivory Coast's Ouattara names ex-PM as his new vice president
Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara on Tuesday named outgoing premier Daniel Kablan Duncan as the country's first vice-president.
Ivory Coast votes as president seeks strong majority
Ivory Coast voted Sunday in elections that President Alassane Ouattara hopes will strengthen his hold in parliament and keep the world's top cocoa producer in the economic fast lane.
Ivory Coast's ex-first lady clashes with judge at trial
Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo and the judge trying her for crimes against humanity clashed Tuesday, with military police forced to prevent her from leaving the courtroom.
Simone Gbagbo trial adjourned again over witness row
Ivory Coast's former first lady Simone Gbagbo's trial for crimes against humanity was adjourned on Wednesday after her lawyers threatened to walk out over the failure of high-profile witnesses to attend.
Ivory Coast to learn result of vote on new constitution
Ivory Coast is expected to announce Tuesday the result of an opposition-boycotted weekend referendum on constitutional changes that President Alassane Ouattara says will help end years of instability.
Ivory Coast arrests opponents of proposed constitution
Ivory Coast police fired tear gas and arrested several political leaders Thursday at a protest in Abidjan against a proposed new constitution, according to an AFP journalist.
Yaya Toure announces international retirement
Four-time African footballer of the year Yaya Toure of the Ivory Coast announced his retirement from international football on Tuesday.