Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo to return home after ICC acquittal

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Former #IvoryCoast President Laurent #Gbagbo plans to return home on June 17 following his #acquittal on charges of crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court, his party said on Monday. FRANCE 24’s Samuel Bernard tells us more.

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