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SIERRA LEONE-TAYLOR
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April 25, 2012
Brothers Junisa, 12, (L) and Momo Kabba, 13, whose parents and grandparents were all killed during the...
BOMARU, Sierra Leone
Brothers and civil war orphans Junisa and Momo Kaba pose for a portrait in the village of Bomaru in eastern...
Brothers Junisa, 12, (L) and Momo Kabba, 13, whose parents and grandparents were all killed during the civil war and who now work tilling rice fields for the equivalent of US$0.70 per day, pose for a portrait in the village of Bomaru, where the conflict started in 1991, in eastern Sierra Leone, April 22, 2012. The U.N. war crimes court trying former Liberian President Charles Taylor for atrocities in Sierra Leone will deliver its verdict on Thursday. Sierra Leone's 11-year conflict from 1991-2002 left over 50,000 dead and became a byword for gratuitous violence, especially the amputation of limbs. A decade later, the West African nation is peaceful, but among the world's poorest. It is due to hold elections in November. Picture taken April 22, 2012. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST PROFILE SOCIETY)
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