LIBERIANS DEMONSTRATE AGAINST PRESIDENT CHARLES TAYLOR OUTSIDE THE U.S.
EMBASSY IN MONROVIA.
Liberians holding placards and a U.S. flag demonstrate against
President Charles Taylor in front of the U.S. embassy July 3, 2003.
Taylor was under pressure to go into exile on Thursday in the hope it
might end a 14-year cycle of violence that has ruined his West African
country and spread chaos in the region. President George W. Bush said
on Wednesday that the United States was exploring options for ensuring
peace and stability in Liberia, but he told former warlord Taylor that
he would need to leave the country. REUTERS/Luc Gnago