More Ivorian refugees flee into Liberia, despite Gbagbo's fall
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) says the influx of Ivorian refugees into Liberia continues unabated, despite the capture of former President Laurent Gbagbo.
The refugee agency says an estimated 14,000 Ivorians have arrived since the dramatic events in Ivory Coast last week that led to the ousting of Mr. Gbagbo. This is in addition to the more than 120,000 Ivorians already seeking refuge in the neigbouring West African state.
WADR's Monrovia Correspondent William Selmah interviews the Spokesman of the UNHCR Office in Liberia, Sulaiman Momodu, first asking him are the latest arrivals were coming from.