BBC correspondent in Duekoue: 'There are bodies all around'

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The UN secretary general has urged Ivory Coast's internationally-backed president,Alassane Ouattara to investigate hundreds of deaths blamed partly on his supporters.

Ban Ki-moon said he was "concerned and alarmed" about the reports, from the town of Duekoue, but Mr Ouattara says his followers are not involved.

The BBC's Andrew Harding, has been to Duekoue, where UN workers have found hundreds of bodies.

He says the situation there is remains very unstable.

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