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Ivorian election tour: Gbagbo's Gagnoa

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The BBC's John James is travelling around Ivory Coast ahead of the first presidential elections since the outbreak of civil war in 2002.

After five years of delays the poll is set for 31 October.

For his final report, he visits Gagnoa, the home town of President Laurent Gbagbo.

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Ivory Coast election tour:

First stop - Bedie's home town

Second stop - Korhogo and northern identity

Third stop - The rebel capital


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