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UN Mission in Liberia (UN-Geführt)
Police in Liberia's capital, Monrovia, have fired live rounds and tear gas during protests after a quarantine was imposed to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Wednesday declared a 90-day state of emergency. … Sirleaf said her government will “institute extraordinary measures, including, if need be, the suspension of certain rights and privileges.”
The Liberian nationals were indicted for their alleged involvement in a series of attacks in neighbouring Ivory Coast between 2011-2012. … During raids on the Ivorian villages of Tai and Para in June 2012, seven peacekeepers from Niger were killed.
The Security Council today extended the sanctions imposed on Liberia in connection with the country’s civil war as well as the panel of experts tasked with monitoring compliance with the measures.
UN leaving Liberia: what’s next? (15.10.2013)
After ten years, though, the need for armed troops has decreased, and the number of foreign soldiers has shrunk to around 5,000. By 2015, the end of the current drawdown phase, there will still be about 3,700 military personnel. In contrast, while the current police presence holds at 1000, there...
Charles Taylor transferred to Britain (15.10.2013)
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor has been transferred to a prison in Britain where he will serve a 50-year sentence for war crimes.