With the political crisis in Ivory Coast showing signs of deteriorating further, the head of the African Union Commission Jean Ping is in the country.
He is there to try to mediate, a day after twenty people were killed when forces loyal to the incumbent president, Laurent Gbagbo clashed with supporters of his rival, Alassane Ouattara.
The national electoral commission declared Mr Ouattara the winner of the election but the constitutional court overturned this, giving the victory to President Gbagbo.
The clashes yesterday centred around an attempt by Ouattara supporters to take control of the national television station and state offices.
BBC Focus on Africa's Hassan Arouni spoke to our correspondent John James for the latest.
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