THE HAGUE (AFP) - The International Criminal Court on Thursday made public an arrest warrant issued for former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo’s wife Simone, saying she has been charged with four counts of crimes against humanity. The warrant, issued in February, is for “crimes against humanity of murder, rape and other forms of sexual violence, persecution and other inhumane acts” committed during the 2010-2011 post-election crisis, the Hague-based court said. Mr and Mrs Gbagbo were arrested in a bunker in April 2011, five months after the elections, following a military assault on their residence in the main city, Abidjan. Mr Gbagbo, 67, was transferred to The Hague a year ago - the first former head of state to appear at the ICC.