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Charles Taylor's sentence upheld at war crimes tribunal
Charles Taylor's sentence upheld at war crimes tribunal
The former Liberian president Charles Taylor has had his 50-year prison sentence for aiding and abetting war crimes in west Africa upheld at a...
Not judges but witnesses
Not judges but witnesses
When establishing the International War Crimes Tribunal in 1966 to investigate atrocities by the United States in Vietnam, philosopher Bertrand...
Charles Taylor's war crimes trial closes
Charles Taylor's war crimes trial closes
Liberian ex-president Charles Taylor's trial for arming Sierra Leone rebels who paid him in blood diamonds closed on Friday with prosecutors urging...
Blame the media
Blame the media
Here we go again, but at least it's from the top -- Radovan Karadzic now accuses ITN and the Guardian of fabricating the gulag of concentration camps that we revealed in 1992, after meeting the then Bosnian Serb president....

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