Ivory Coast ex-president wants 'unconditional release': lawyer
Former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo on Thursday asked the International Criminal Court for his unconditional release following his acquittal last year over post-electoral violence that killed 3,000 people.
Belgium to take in ex-Ivory Coast president Gbagbo
Belgium has agreed to take in former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo following his acquittal at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, a foreign ministry spokesman told AFP Saturday.
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo to stay detained until February
Ivory Coast ex-strongman Laurent Gbagbo will stay behind bars until at least February despite his acquittal on charges of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal court, the tribunal said Friday.
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo seeks immediate release from ICC
Defence lawyers sought Ivorian ex-president Laurent Gbagbo's immediate release by the International Criminal Court on Thursday following his acquittal over post-election violence.
War crimes court acquits Ivory Coast ex-strongman Gbagbo
The International Criminal Court acquitted former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo on Tuesday over a wave of post-electoral violence, in a stunning blow to the war crimes tribunal in The Hague.
'Fake reality' at Ivory Coast ex-leader's ICC trial
Former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo must be freed by the International Criminal Court because his trial for crimes against humanity has descended into "fake reality", his lawyers said Monday.
Ivory Coast's ex-army chief urged Gbagbo to step down
At the height of a deadly political standoff in Ivory Coast, the former army chief of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo said Tuesday he had pleaded with his boss to step down, warning "too many people have died."
ICC judges to rule on release of Ivory Coast ex-leader Gbagbo
War crimes judges will rule Wednesday whether former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo can be released from prison for the rest of his trial on charges arising from deadly election violence that rocked his nation in 2010.