Demonstrators face up to pro Gbagbo Police in Cote d'Ivoire Children and teachers are having their classes disrupted by gunfire in West African Cote d'Ivoire The country is in crisis since the disputed elections last month. Children say they are afraid to go to school. One pupil said: "While we are in class we get calls that there is gunfire in this or that area and then it's utter panic. These days we are gripped by fear as we go to school." In the north of the country,  teachers  have been called out on strike by their union which is demanding that the present disputed government of Lauren Gbagobo steps down. To read a report about the situation go to: