Disgraced Liberian Leader Stands Trial



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Opening statements were to begin Monday in the United Nations-backed trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor who faces 11 charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Sierra Leone's civil war. Prosecutors say Taylor orchestrated war crimes that include mass murder, rape, and the use of child soldiers.

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