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Liberia

Charles McArthur Ghankay Taylor

Date of Birth: 28 January 1948
Place of Birth: Arthington


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Pax Nigeriana

Its claimed success in Liberia involved Abuja reversing its previous antipathy towards Charles Taylor leader of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) and striking a deal with him as the warlord with the most guns and the most money...

The protagonists Charles Taylor's NPFL and Samuel Doe's Armed Forces of Liberia escalated the conflict despite peace accords signed in Freetown in May-June 1990...

If Koroma wants tactical lessons he need only call his neighbouring head of state in Monrovia Charles Ghankay Taylor...


Clearing out

5 per cent commission on a one-year term contract recently allocated to President Charles Taylor's government of Liberia from which it will net a total of $800 000...


Junta versus junta

Koroma may be succeeding: President Charles Taylor in neighbouring Liberia has come out strongly against Ecomog's use of Robertsfield Airport as the staging post for its bombing raids...


Less than economic

Charles Taylor Liberia's new President paid the supreme compliment: 'But for the stern commitment of Ecowas we may still have been at war'...


Blood under the bridge

The surprise was not Charles Taylor's victory in the 18 July elections but the scale of it: he won over three-quarters of the votes; his nearest rival Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf won less than 10 per cent (AC Vol 38 No 13)...


Putschists v. putschists

James Jonah Tejan Kabbah's cabinet minister responsible for relations with the UN has claimed that the core of the RUF is Liberian and that the Freetown junta is in fact governed by Charles Taylor in Monrovia...


Taylor's gaolers

Could the United States stomach a Charles Taylor presidency...

Charles Taylor would have been in Monrovia in June 1990 just as easily as Kabila in Kinshasa had it not been for the US and its continuing support of Doe'...


Not Charlie's aunt

Two frontrunners dominate the election campaign which started on 16 June: ex-Finance Minister and former United Nations Development Programme Africa Director Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and ex-warlord Charles Taylor...


Talking of votes

The mid-January momentum was set going when Charles Taylor's National Patriotic Front of Liberia began to cooperate...

Charles Taylor promptly resigned from the Council appointing as his substitute Victoria Reffel and went off in search of resources...


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