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Liberia

Charles McArthur Ghankay Taylor

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


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Graft never really went away

Many are grateful for the peace for which they thank the United Nations' 12 800-strong peacekeeping operation but they see little difference between the greedy Americo-Liberian elites (who ran the country under President Charles Taylor and former Chairman of the National Transitional Government Charles Gyude Bryant) and the ones in charge now under President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf...


All my friends in New York

She alluded to the threat posed by allies of ex-President Charles Taylor who think he will beat the charges in the Hague and make a comeback in Liberia...


Taking positions

The AU said it 'condemns the gross violations of human rights in Darfur' but reiterated its 'concern with the misuse of indictments against African leaders' (Whether this meant Habré or Liberian ex-President Charles Taylor was unclear)...


The peace deal that wasn't

The case is compared to that of ex-President Charles Taylor of Liberia who was granted shelter by Nigeria and arrested when he tried to leave...


Security seats

Both Burkinabé President Blaise Compaoré and Gadaffi supplied arms to Liberian warlord Charles Taylor who now faces trial for crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in the Hague...


Doing good, not doing well

Troops were sent by Nigeria's own army junta wary of Freetown's new rulers and their allies such as Liberia's Charles Ghankay Taylor and Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaoré...


Rumours and plots

The letter argued that Bryant should be given credit for holding the country together after the removal of warlord President Charles Ghankay Taylor and for holding free elections...


Justice at a price

The centrepiece is the trial of Liberia's ex-President Charles Ghankay Taylor under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Special Court but at the premises of the International Criminal Court in the Hague - for security reasons given Taylor's ability to stir up fear and instability in Sierra Leone even from behind bars...


The Gadaffi caravan moves on

Only in Freetown did the opposition politician Charles Margai call for El Gadaffi to be refused entry because of his funding for Liberia's Charles Taylor and the Revolutionary United Front which massacred and mutilated tens of thousands of Sierra Leoneans...


Post-war hopes hit trouble

TAKING CARE OF TAYLOR Britain has also offered to accommodate Liberian warlord Charles Taylor should he be found guilty at the end of his trial at the Special Court for Sierra Leone at the Hague...


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