Renegade soldiers in Ivory Coast end a five-day mutiny after the government agreed to give them an immediate payment of 5 million CFA francs (7,600 euros).
Mutineers who held a major road into Ivory Coast's second city of Bouake rejected a proposed deal on Monday amid a four-day military revolt over a pay dispute.
The soldiers seized the country's second largest city of Bouake, demanding a rise in their salaries.
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