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Ivory Coast court rules that presidential candidate Soro can face trial

Reuters Friday, 17 January 2020
An Ivory Coast high court on Friday ruled that ex-rebel leader and presidential candidate Guillaume Soro could face trial, allowing state prosecutors to continue their investigation into a coup plot they allege Soro was behind.
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