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Charles McArthur Ghankay Taylor

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


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Charles Taylor gets his day in Court

Taylor takes the stand At last Charles Taylor gets his day in court...

Truth awaits reconciliation On the Liberian street Charles Taylor remains surprisingly popular...


Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - the sequel

This is despite a recommendation from Liberia's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) barring her and several others from public office for 30 years after they had admitted to supporting Charles Taylor's war against the Samuel Doe regime...

'Even Charles Taylor has confirmed in his testimony at The Hague that she was not only a financier but a founder of the NPFL [National Patriotic Front of Liberia] rebel movement...


No reconciliation, little truth

The President's alleged offence was to have had discussions in the late 1980s with Charles Taylor then fighting to overthrow the late brutal Samuel Doe...


A brutal family business

The shadow over Compaoré is that Liberia's ex-President Charles Taylor may during his trial at the Sierra Leone Special Court sitting in the Hague produce some embarrassing revelations about their cooperation (AC passim)...


See you in the court

The trial of the RUF's main sponsor Liberian ex-President Charles Ghankay Taylor is under way in the Hague for security reasons and is expected to end in 2010...


Ghana's chance

Ouédraogo's disadvantage would be his holding office in President Blaise Compaoré's government with its record of human right abuses and sponsorship of murderous militias in Liberia and Sierra Leone (details of which are emerging from the trial of Compaoré's former ally Charles Taylor at the Hague)...


Before and after the voting

Buoyed by his success in negotiating a power-sharing deal between Côte’s d’Ivoire’s President Gbagbo and the northern-based FN rebels Compaoré now styles himself as a regional mediator in Francophone Africa after the fashion of Gabon's Omar Bongo but Liberians and Sierra Leoneans have less happy memories of his regional operations with Liberian warlord Charles Taylor...


Undue diligence in the timber sector

A leaked due diligence report obtained by the London-based non-governmental organisation Global Witness together with a memorandum from the head of the Liberia Governance and Economic Management Assistance Programme (GEMAP) shows that among the companies being considered is one linked to a minister from the government of Charles Taylor the former President currently under indictment at the International Criminal Court in The Hague...


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