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Ivory Coast Refugees Continuing to Arrive in Togo, UN Says

Refugees from the conflict in Ivory Coast are continuing to arrive in Togo, six weeks after the civil war in the West African nation ended with the capture of former President Laurent Gbagbo.

Refugee numbers in a camp set up in Togo’s capital, Lome, have increased to 4,800 from 2,700 on April 14, the representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Ibrahima Traore, said by phone on May 20.