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Vol 44 No 16

Published 8th August 2003


Winkling out Taylor

A post-war era may have begun to take shape in Accra as Taylor dug his heels in

While delegates to the Ghana peace talks wrangled about how many vice presidents Liberia should have in a new interim government, President Charles Taylor still remained in Monrovia on 6 August. Despite his repeated promises to go, he didn't appear to be packing his bags, though Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, his likely successor, was confident after talks in Washington that the necessary pressure would be brought to bear.

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