Ivory Coast not ensuring balanced justice: report
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast -- Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara's government is not arresting his supporters suspected of crimes during the country's 2010-11 postelection conflict, increasing the danger of future violence, Human Rights Watch charged Thursday.
The West African country's judiciary does not have a strategy for investigating grave crimes in which 3,000 people were killed over five months, the rights watchdog said in a 73-page report.
The violence in Ivory Coast erupted after Gbagbo refused to concede defeat in the November 2010 presidential runoff vote against Ouattara.... read more
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