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U.N. forces fire tear gas at Liberia poll protest

U.N. forces fired tear gas at angry supporters of Liberian soccer star George Weah on Friday after they stoned police and marched to the U.S. embassy to back a demand to halt counting in an election Weah says was rigged. Police from the U.N. peacekeeping force used the gas and batons to disperse hundreds of Weah supporters after they broke through a line of Liberian riot police trying to hold them back from the imposing beachside U.S. embassy building. Full Story

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