African nations at the UN General Assembly are calling for dramatic fiscal measures to help economies survive the coronavirus pandemic — which one leader called the "fifth horseman of the apocalypse."
Rival forces are poised for a showdown in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan. The BBC's John James is in the northern city of Bouake.
J. Peter Pham, director of the Ansari Africa Center at the Atlantic Council explains why the fighting may be coming to a close and what the future will look like for Alassane Ouattara.
Correspondent Jess Engebretson reports from Liberia, where thousands of people from Ivory Coast have sought refuge from political violence.
Pressure is mounting on the president of Ivory Coast after last month's election. Laurent Gbagbo clearly lost and the UN demands he step down. There has been violence. The BBC's John James is in Abidjan, the main city in Ivory Coast.