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WARCRIMES TAYLOR
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March 30, 2006
A newspaper vendor holds a newspaper in Freetown, Sierra Leone March 31, 2006. Africa's most notorious...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
A newspaper vendor holds a newspaper in Freetown
A newspaper vendor holds a newspaper in Freetown, Sierra Leone March 31, 2006. Africa's most notorious war crimes suspect, ex-Liberian leader Charles Taylor was flown, handcuffed and surrounded by U.N. peacekeepers, to the Special Court for Sierra Leone on Wednesday, after nearly three years in exile, to face war crimes charges over his role in the country's 1991-2001 civil war. The U.N.-backed court has asked the Netherlands to hold the trial in The Hague, citing fears that keeping him in Sierra Leone could provoke unrest there and in neighbouring Liberia, where supporters have threatened trouble if he appears in court. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
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