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Taylor Found Guilty of War Crimes

Wall Street Journal
Thursday, 26 April 2012

Judges convicted Liberia's former president, Charles Taylor, of aiding and abetting war crimes, capping a trial seen as a test of how international courts in Europe might bring to justice former heads of states from distant nations.
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Source: Agence France-Presse - on April 26, 2012

News video: Relief in Freetown as Charles Taylor found guilty

Relief in Freetown as Charles Taylor found guilty

Liberian ex-president Charles Taylor was criminally responsible for arming Sierra Leone's rebels in return for blood diamonds, a UN war crimes judge ruled Thursday. In Sierra Leone's capital Freetown, the judgement was greeted with relief by those who had

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