Ouattara: 'War over'
It has been quieter in Ivory Coast's main city of Abidjan.
Forces loyal to the internationally recognised elected president, Alassane Ouattara, are still consolidating their hold on the city.
But in a televised address, Mr Ouattara made it clear he felt the war was over and the priority now to get the country back to work.
Mr Ouattara barely mentioned his rival, Laurent Gbagbo, who remains besieged in his presidential residence in the city.
After days of failed attempts to remove him by force and by negotiations, a strategy of containment seems to be in place.
Mr Gbagbo's militia groups remain at large in Abidjan. There are continuing reports of ambushes, looting and attacks on civilians.