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Ivory Coast election
Opposition leader Alassane Ouattara is declared the winner, but Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo calls the results "an attempted coup."
A man tries to calm opposition party supporters as they shout to be let into the local party office following a deadly overnight attack in the Yopougon neighborhood of Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Gunmen attacked an office of presidential candidate Alassane Ouattara, killing at least four people, authorities said, as Ivory Coast tensely awaited election results, the release of which was blocked by the president's followers. The unidentified assailants used automatic weapons during the overnight attack and were able to get to the site and escape despite a curfew. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)