Laurent Gbagbo freed: ICC releases former Ivory Coast president

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Judges at the International Criminal Court in the Hague have ordered the conditional release of Ivory Coast’s ex-president Laurent Gbagbo and his co-defendant Charles Ble Goudé. It comes more than a fortnight after they were acquitted of involvement in deadly violence that erupted in Ivory Coast’s 2010 presidential elections.Judge have now instructed court officials to identify a country willing to accept Gbagbo and Ble Goudé. Gbagbo has been in custody at the court since November 2011.

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8 Responses

  1. Wattara and the rebellion should be juge . because we have all the proure draman is the one who brings violence en CI

  2. Who is devastated about Gbagbo Freedom??? We’re all happy and are waiting for the supposed great "ICC", to judge Nicolas sarkozy and Ouattara, even with the fact that they didn’t do anything to Jacque chirac

  3. I wonder when the unfiltered age old tale of foriegn interference in the context of the Ivory Coast under Gbagbo’s leadership will come to light.

  4. Macron shame western democracy.
    A court in France allowed shooting at a protest rally.
    A policeman was injured by return fire, a shootout began in the streets of Paris. Macron stop!

  5. The ICC should arrest United Nations & if ICC don’t the ICC should be lockedup <<< JUSTICE

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