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Gbagbo Daughter: 'My Parents Have Been Fighting For Democracy'

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The Ivory Coast's government says former first lady Simone Gbagbo will not go on trial with her husband at the International Criminal Court. She'll be tried in a domestic court instead. Host Michel Martin checks in with Gbagbo's daughter, Marie Antoinette Singleton, to find out how her family has been responding to the charges.
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