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 Tuesday, 28 January, 2003, 19:32 GMT
In pictures: Ivory Coast protests
Supporters of President Laurent Gbagbo in Ivory Coast have been protesting for four days against the French-brokered peace accord which put an end to four months of civil war.

Men wave the US and Ivorian flags outside the US embassy
Anti-French protests have given way to pro-US ones, as Washington is asked to intervene

Protesters outside the US embassy
However, the US is unlikely to come out against the peace accord

Protesters ask the US for help against the French peace plan
Protesters insist they do not want rebels in the government

'Only Gbagbo can cure us,' says this banner
Instead, Mr Gbagbo's supporters want him to retain his powers

Protesters armed with clubs and French soldiers landing in their Abidjan compound
As violence continued, security was increased at the French embassy
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