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Liberia’s Charles Taylor Behind Bars

A handcuffed Charles Taylor was flown to Sierra Leone Wednesday after he was captured carrying sacks of cash, opening the way for the former Liberian president to become the first African head of state tried for war crimes by an international court. Looking dejected, Taylor was led behind a razor-wired gate to the holding penitentiary at the U.N.-backed Sierra Leone court that has indicted him on 11 counts of crimes against humanity for supporting brutal rebels. Full Story

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