After the Gbagbo trial: What future for the International Criminal Court?
Could we be witnessing the end of international justice as we know it? The acquittal of Ivory Coast's former president Laurent Gbagbo on crimes against humanity charges is just the latest blow for the International Criminal Court. As prosecutors mount an appeal against the ruling that cleared Gbagbo and his former youth wing leader Charles Blé Goudé, we review the strength of a seven-year case and a two-year trial where judges blasted the prosecution for presenting a weak case.
Produced by Charles WENTE, Tatiana REITER, Laure FOURQUET and Ingri BERGO.