This is a little bit late, but there was a slight disturbance in Créteil, where my lycée is, during the first round of the Ivory Coast presidential election. According to Le Parisien, police used tear gas to disperse Ivorians because of a last-minute change of location of the polling stations. The voters were apparently not informed of the changes.
This has caused the electoral commission in the Ivory Coast to call almost unanimously for the vote in France to be annulled.
France takes a keen interest in the activities of its former colonies in Africa. Le Monde reported that the elections, the first in ten years after a civil war took place from 2002 to 2004, took place calmly in the country itself. The Guardian warned that counting the votes could be contentious.
The second round will be held on 28th November.