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26 Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo and his wife Simone, detained since he was ousted from power in April, have been charged with "economic crimes, armed robbery, looting and embezzlement", the public prosecutor has said.
Former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo and his wife, Simone, have been remanded in custody after being accused of economic crimes, said Thursday the state prosecutor in Abidjan, Koffi Kouadio Simplice. Laurent Gbagbo is facing charges
Prosecutors in Ivory Coast have charged former president Laurent Gbagbo and his wife, Simone, accusing them of economic crimes. The charges include looting, armed robbery, and embezzlement. Mr Gbagbo and his wife were arrested in April after a
Peter Antonacci, a former statewide prosecutor and deputy attorney general under Bob Butterworth who now represents two firms under investigation for foreclosure fraud, said the effect of the ruling could be devastating to Bondi's office, adding that
Proposed Law to Classify Vandalism of Firms Cables an Economic Crime Jevans Nyabiage 20 June 2011 Nairobi Vandalism of infrastructure, including telecommunications, will soon be classified as economic crimes in line with the Economic Crimes Act.
At the heart of the National Crime Agency (NCA), will be an intelligence division that will build and maintain a national intelligence picture of the threats, harms and risks to the U.K. from domestic and international organized criminals. Jim Kouri
A popular Russian blogger and one of the country's top anti-corruption activists has become embroiled in a scandal of his own. Russian Justice Minister Published: 23 May, 2011, 09:49 Edited: 23 May, 2011, 13:25 Russia's Justice Minister Aleksandr
told a news conference Tuesday that a reshuffle would be effected in due course to fill vacancies in the cabinet. Mr Odinga who was addressing a news conference after returning from a two week tour of the US and France, however, refrained to answer
The United States has released its latest reports on human rights practices of countries around the world, with Chinese officials being severely cited for cracking down on activists, limiting internet access and repressing minorities. While this is a
Text Size A "Release Ai WeiWei" sign went up at the top of London's prominent Tate Modern art gallery on Friday in support of the detained Chinese artist and activist. The gallery put the words in large capital letters on the lightbox capping the