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Liberia Panel Accuses Taylor Forces of Massacre

Liberia’s Human Rights Commission has accused forces loyal to ex-president Charles Taylor of killing more than 360 civilians including babies, children and pregnant women in a massacre last April. Commission president Dempster Brown also said it was clear both the former president’s supporters and enemies had committed atrocities in Liberia’s 14-year civil war, which officially ended last August with a peace deal that sent Taylor into exile. He called for the creation of a special court to prosecute warlords from all sides. “All those that killed must be brought to justice, not Taylor alone,” he told reporters in the Liberian capital Monrovia at the weekend. Full Story

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