ABIDJAN (AFP) - An Ivory Coast court has charged 12 allies of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, including his son, with rebelling against the state in a deadly post-election dispute, an official said Wednesday. They are among dozens of people arrested with Gbagbo on April 11 in a dramatic end to a conflict rooted in his refusal to accept he had lost November elections to Alassane Ouattara, now installed as president. The charges include "attacks on national defence", "plotting against state authority," rebellion, forming armed groups and taking part in an insurrection movement, court spokesman told AFP. Among the 12 is Michel Gbagbo, the ex-president's son and the head of his party, he said.