Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo, whose attempt to remain in power resulted in the deaths of more than 3,000 people last year, has been captured and is now on trial at The Hague. The newly elected president, Alassane Ouattara, is working hard at getting the country back on track. But life in this West African war-torn country still isn't easy, nor are its denizens united on what should happen to Gbagbo, who encouraged much of the country's recent violence.
Above, a manual laborer rests amid sacks of cocoa at Saf Cacao, the largest nationally owned cocoa exporter in Ivory Coast, in San Pedro on March 5, 2012. Austin Merrill, interviewing cocoa workers for FP, says he was told, "They should leave Gbagbo in peace."