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Long-term recovery in Ivory Coast would be supported by focusing on the country's political problems, Human Rights Watch said. Ivory Coast was pushed to the brink of civil war following competing claims of victory in 2010 presidential elections.
Members of former President Laurent Gbagbo 's party say they will sit out when Ivory Coast voters go to the polls for this weekend's local elections. With Gbagbo's Ivorian Popular Front boycotting Sunday's voting, Voice of America said the races will
News Related Topics Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo attends a confirmation of charges hearing in his pre-trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague February 19, 2013. The party of Ivory Coast's former president Laurent Gbagbo
Arusha As confirmation of charges hearings began for Ivorian ex-president Laurent Gbagbo before the International Criminal Court, human rights groups reminded ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda that Gbagbo is not the only suspect in crimes committed in
Laurent Gbagbo's confirmation of charges hearing at The Hague started today. However, the ICC runs the risk of producing one-sided justice. Laurent Gbagbo, former president of the Ivory Coast, appeared before the International Criminal Court (ICC)
The International Criminal Court began hearing testimony Tuesday on whether former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo should stand trial. Gbagbo, 67, attended the hearing in The Hague, capital of the Netherlands, Voice of America reported.
An Ivory Coast court has ordered that the jailed deputy leader of the party of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo be freed on 28 February but restricted to his home region for one year, a judicial source said on Thursday. The court this week rejected an
A confirmation of charges hearing for former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo at the ICC brings victims one step closer to justice, said Human Rights Watch. The International Criminal Court scheduled the hearing next Tuesday for Ggabgo, who was
27 Goude, 40, was arrested in Ghana on Thursday, where he had sought refuge after fleeing Ivory Coast [AFP] Charles Ble Goude, the chief youth protest organiser for Laurent Gbagbo, the former Ivorian president, has been extradited back to his native
Ivory Coast A lawyer says authorities in Ghana have arrested Charles Ble Goude, the former head of a youth movement in Ivory Coast wanted in connection with violence linked to its disputed presidential election two years ago. Netherlands-based