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Daloa

 

a city in the Republic of the Ivory Coast, on the Nzérékoré-Abidjan highway. Population, 35,000 (1965). Daloa is an important transshipment point for agricultural products, including coffee, cacao, palm nuts, and rice.

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20) Abidjan, Bouake and Daloa were gradually made into intellectual Islamic centres in their own right.
Entretien avec Victor Coulaye, chef de terres de Guiglo, le 22 juin 2009; entretien avec Gabriel Nahounou Semia, chef de terre de Daloa, le 1er juillet 2009.
Emergence of Buruli ulcer disease in the Daloa region of Cote d'Ivoire.
The defence minister was due to meet in the afternoon with a delegation representing disgruntled soldiers, who on Tuesday erected barricades in the commercial capital Abidjan and the second city Bouake as well as in Korhogo, Odienne, and Daloa.
also found in the village of Krikorea 1, near Daloa, on Wednesday.
UNOCI attempted to investigate reports of three such graves, one in Abidjan, one in the south-central town of Gagnoa, near Gbagbo's place of origin, and one in the town of Daloa, but was prevented from accessing the sites by state security forces, some in mufti, a "clear violation of international human rights and humanitarian law," according to the U.
Witnesses and fighters from both sides of the conflict said Tuesday that the former rebels, who have controlled northern Ivory Coast since the civil war of 2002-3, had seized the western town of Daloa from Gbagbo's troops.
Witnesses and fighters from both sides said on Tuesday that the former rebels, who have controlled Northern Ivory Coast since the civil war of 2002-3, had seized Daloa from incumbent leader Laurent Gbagbo's troops.
Other cities--Bouake, Daloa, Gagnoa, Korhogo, Man, San Pedro.
ABIDJAN: Anti-government demonstrators marched through Ivory Coast s western cocoa hub Daloa on Monday, burning tires and pelting soldiers and police with stones as security forces drove them back with tear gas, a witness said.
In May 2009, a court in Daloa convicted and sentenced the trafficker to three years' imprisonment and a $2,000 fine, and the Nigerian Embassy in Abidjan assisted the victims in returning home.
Muslim groups operate only primary schools, although a Muslim school in Daloa is trying to build a secondary school.