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Echoes of war: A journey around Sierra Leone

A U.N.-backed court on Thursday convicted ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor of war crimes during the conflict in Sierra Leone, making him the first former head of state to be found guilty by an international tribunal. In advance of the ruling, Reuters photograph …
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