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Human Rights Watch: Sierra Leone: Landmark Conviction of Liberian Ex-President Charles Taylor

Huffington Post
Thursday, 26 April 2012

(The Hague) – The conviction on April 26, 2012, of Charles Taylor, the former president of Liberia, for serious international crimes during Sierra Leone’s brutal armed conflict provides justice for victims and shows that no one is above the law, Human Rights Watch said today. Taylor was convicted of war crimes and crimes...
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Source: Agence France-Presse - on April 26, 2012

News video: Charles Taylor 'criminally responsible' in S. Leone: judge

Charles Taylor 'criminally responsible' in S. Leone: judge

Liberian ex-president Charles Taylor was criminally responsible for arming Sierra Leone's rebels in return for blood diamonds, a UN war crimes judge ruled. Duration:00:35.

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