Ivory Coast... refugees look for hope in Liberia
David starts a fire to clear enough land to grow food for his family in Liberia after they fled Ivory Coast. Photo/Bonnie Allen
Ivorian spirit trumps setbacks
Thousands of Ivorians have fled post- election chaos.
Many crossed to refugee camps in nearby Liberia.
That's where reporter Bonnie Allen met a farmer whose spirit in the face of tall odds made her break one of her own long-held rules.
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