The former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, is facing judges at the Internatrional Criminal Court. He's implicated in mass killings and rape. Months of violence ensued as he refused to step down after losing a 2010 election.
An Ivorian court has sent former first lady Simone Gbagbo to jail for 20 years on charges linked to post-election violence. Ivory Coast refused to send her to the ICC. What does the conviction mean for African justice?
A court in Ivory Coast has sentenced the former first lady Simone Gbagbo to 20 years imprisonment. She was found guilty of charges over her role in post-election violence between 2010 and 2011.
Ivory Coast's ex-first lady, Simone Gbagbo, is on trial in her home country. With 82 other defendants, she faces charges of fomenting post-election violence in 2010. Critics say the trial is politically motivated.
A court in Abidjan has begun proceedings against Simone Gbagbo, wife of former President Laurent Gbagbo. They have been accused of compromising state security in 2010, leading to riots that killed thousands.