Laurent Gbagbo returns to Ivory Coast after ten years – Eye on Africa

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    In tonight’s edition: Thousands turn out to cheer on former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo as he returns from a decade in exile. He spent much of that time facing war crims charges at the International Criminal Court before being acquitted in 2019. Laurent Gbagbo said he was glad to return to Ivory Coast and Africa.

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