The former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo has gone to the International Criminal Court in The Hague. One of his biggest critics, Ivorian reggae singer Tiken Jah Fakoly, has a new album out with several choice songs for this moment.
Former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo has been detained in Abidjan and delivered to the headquarters of his elected successor Alassane Ouattara. Anchor Marco Werman talks with the BBC's Mark Doyle in Abidjan.
Laurent Gbagbo remains holed up in the presidential palace in Ivory Coast's main city, Abidjian. Marco Werman talks with William Fitzgerald, Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs at the State Department's Bureau of African Affairs.
The African Union is intervening in the disputed presidential election in Ivory Coast. Incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo has refused to stand aside for the man the UN says won the poll. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to the BBC's John James in Abidjan.
The United Nations says Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast lost his country's presidential vote in November but he and his supporters have refused to accept that result. The BBC's John James is in the city of Abijan.
Pressure is mounting on the president of Ivory Coast after last month's election. Laurent Gbagbo clearly lost and the UN demands he step down. There has been violence. The BBC's John James is in Abidjan, the main city in Ivory Coast.
Ivory Coast was once an economic hub of west Africa. Then, a civil war split Ivory Coast. The country, reunited in 2007,is threatening to descend into chaos again. The reason is last month's disputed election. The BBC's John James has more from Abidjan.
Another attempt to end the tense standoff in Ivory Coast. A delegation of West African leaders traveled to Abidjan. They told Laurent Gbagbo to step down 'without delay' or face military intervention. Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Jendayi Frazer.
To explain what this ongoing situation means to the people of Ivory Coast is Mamadou Diouf, Director of the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University. Former UN Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan Peter Galbraith also joins us.