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Armed men have crossed into Liberia from Ivory Coast and occupied an area of forest, spreading alarm in the remote border region, a lawmaker said Wednesday.The senate -- Liberia's upper house -- announced in a statement it had set up a committee to investigate the allegations.Thousands of Gbagbo's supporters fled the far west across the porous 700-kilometer (435-mile) border into neighboring Liberia when he was captured in April 2011 .Observers say the pro-Gbagbo political elites, now mostly in Ghana or elsewhere in west Africa, are funding incursions into western Ivory Coast by Liberian mercenaries and Ivorians recruited in Liberia's refugee camps.
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