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Social Media: Africa: West Africa: Liberia

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for the Africa/West Africa/Liberia Region

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After Wars, Mass Rapes Persist
Article on the incidence of rape , especially young children in Liberia. By Nicholas D. Kristof(The New York Times, 05/20/2009) Read More...

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Child Soldiers Mature Into Remorseless Fighters, Threaten Africa's Stability
This article discusses the problem of child soldiers in Africa becoming adults. They have little other choice than to continue fighting, raising concerns in the U.S. intelligence community of terrori... Read More...

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Prosecuting Charles Taylor
Liberia cannot be rebuilt and peaceful elections cannot be held until their former leader, the notorious warlord Charles Taylor is behind bars. Therefore Nigeria must be turned over to the US for a W... Read More...

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Bring Charles Taylor to Justice
The author writes that the United States should press Nigeria, which currently is harboring Charles Taylor, the former Liberian dictator, to turn Mr. Taylor over to the Special Court for Sierra Leone.... Read More...

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Stop turning away, America
A West African force should take charge in war-ravaged Liberia, says former U.S. diplomat John Hirsch, but it needs help from Washington. (Globe and Mail, 7/31/2003) Read More...

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Wanted: UN peace force
The need for one can be seen in Liberia. (Guardian, 7/29/2003) Read More...

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How to secure peace in Liberia
The United States must lead urgent international action to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe spreading across West Africa, argue leading experts from the International Crisis Group. (Guardian, 6/29/... Read More...

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An End to Liberia's Misery
A prescription for Liberia. By Chris Hennemeyer and John Prendergast. (Washington Post, 6/17/2003) Read More...

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What about Africa's mass graves?
Explores U.S. lack of effort to help Liberia. By Dennis Jett. (Christian Science Monitor, 6/12/2003) Read More...

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No Asylum for Atrocity Lords
Critique of granting asylum to Liberia's Charles Taylor. By David J. Scheffer. (Washington Post, 7/10/2003) Read More...

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Time for Ottawa to act
Amnesty calls on Canadians to airlift African refugees to Canada, as they did with Kosovars. By Alex Neve. (Toronto Star, 7/10/2003) Read More...

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A Trustee For Crippled States
Supports the proposal to reactivate the U.N. Trusteeship Council to oversee Liberia's recovery. By Suzanne Nossel. (Washington Post, 8/25/2003) Read More...

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Peace Before Prosecution?
Using Liberia and Kosovo as examples, calls for a mechanism to guide tribunals whose actions might have a significant and unexpected impact on peace negotiations. By Morton Abramowitz and Paul Willi... Read More...

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Perspective (Liberia)

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