UN police from Bangladesh stand guard outside Golf Hotel, where Ivory Coast opposition leader Alassane Ouattara has attempted to govern while incumbent Laurent Gbagbo rules from the presidential palace in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Thursday Dec.16, 2010. Gunfire and explosions shook Ivory Coast's main city Thursday as supporters and security forces loyal to the two men claiming to be president clashed in the streets, killing at least 15 people and bolstering fears the world's top cocoa producer is teetering on the edge of another civil war. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
UN police from Bangladesh stand guard outside Golf Hotel, where Ivory Coast opposition leader Alassane Ouattara has attempted to govern while incumbent Laurent Gbagbo rules from the presidential palace in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Thursday Dec.16, 2010. Gunfire and explosions shook Ivory Coast's main city Thursday as supporters and security forces loyal to the two men claiming to be president clashed in the streets, killing at least 15 people and bolstering fears the world's top cocoa producer is teetering on the edge of another civil war. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba) Associated Press
UN police from Bangladesh stand guard outside Golf Hotel, where Ivory Coast opposition leader Alassane Ouattara has attempted to govern while incumbent Laurent Gbagbo rules from the presidential palace in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Thursday Dec.16, 2010. Gunfire and explosions shook Ivory Coast's main city Thursday as supporters and security forces loyal to the two men claiming to be president clashed in the streets, killing at least 15 people and bolstering fears the world's top cocoa producer is teetering on the edge of another civil war. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba) Associated Press

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