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men: The National Division which handles cases in the region that includes Parliament Hill continues to work with its international partners on this matter, and declined to comment further on the charges the pair are facing abroad, according to CTV. Ivory Coast arrest document in French As CTV News' Joyce Napier first reported on Jan. 18, the two men were arrested last month by the Ivory Coast's cybercrimes unit. In a statement to media, the RCMP National Division confirmed that Ivory Coast officials have arrested and charged the two men, as a result of excellent collaborative efforts with its internal law enforcement partners. Sources at that time confirmed that the arrests of the two men identified only by the initials CH and DML, are linked to Clement's case. They allegedly used the accounts to correspond with Clement and a French citizen. Government officials in the Ivory Coast allege that the two men created fake profiles on Instagram and Linked In pretending to be a white woman named Brianna Dounia. ( As reported in the news.