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# Laurent Gbagbo

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ICC issues arrest warrant for former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo
ICC to investigate alleged war crimes in Ivory Coast
Chelsea footballer on Ivory Coast's new truth commission
Ivory Coast's ousted president charged with numerous crimes
Democratically elected president of Ivory Coast finally inaugurated
Ouattara heralds "new era of hope" for Ivory Coast
Gbagbo arrested by Ouattara’s forces after more French strikes
Ouattara forces have killed civilians in Ivory Coast: Report
Ivory Coast leader says they will starve out Gbagbo as UN finds more than 100 bodies
Residence of Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo "stormed"
Gbagbo reported to have offered to surrender amid Ivory Coast ceasefire
Opposition diplomats claim Ivory Coast's Gbagbo 'negotiating surrender'
UN forces attack Ivory Coast presidential palace in bid to oust Gbagbo
France sends troops to Ivory Coast as battle for main city rages
More than 1,000 killed in Ivorian town, says charity
Violent clashes result in 800 deaths in Ivory Coast
Ivorian troops have "attacked Laurent Gbagbo's home"
"Grave abuses" committed in Ivory Coast conflict: report
Cocoa producers caught up in Ivory Coast threats
Rebels take over 30-mile border stretch as Ivory Coast violence continues
Ivory Coast violence continues, rebels claim capture of town
UN: 200,000 people flee Ivory Coast fighting
Ivory Coast newspapers protest over alleged harassment
Ivory Coast families trapped in church without food, water: UNHCR
Battles rage in Ivory Coast between rebels and government forces
Fighting erupts in Ivory Coast as political stalemate continues