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Laurent Gbagbo, the former Ivory Coast president, was taken into custody by the International Criminal Court. Gbagbo faces charges of murder, rape and other crimes following an outbreak of violence in that country after last year's elections. Guy Raz talks with NPR West Africa correspondent Ofeibea Quist-Arcton about the latest.
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