Côte d'Ivoire - one year after end of civil war
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Over a year after the end of Côte d'Ivoire's civil war, instability continues in the west of the country. Villages are being attacked, civilians killed and child soldiers recruited. This according to a leading human rights group. In its latest report, Human Rights Watch says that villages close to the Liberian border continue to be raided by supporters of former Ivorian leader Laurent Gbagbo. RFI spoke to Matt Wells, a West Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch and one of the authors of the report.