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UN Mission in Liberia (UN-Geführt)
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.
The ‘New Deal Dashboard (NDD)’ is an online tool that displays donor-funded peacebuilding activities across Liberia with the possibility of customizing how the data is organized, generating information on places, regions and types of peacebuilding projects being implemented in Liberia. It will also...
Charles Taylor war crimes convictions upheld (26.09.2013)
A UN-backed special court in The Hague has rejected an appeal against war crimes convictions by lawyers representing former Liberian President Charles Taylor. It ruled that his convictions had been proved beyond doubt.
The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) for another year, urging the Government to develop effective security agencies in a country where 150,000 people, mostly civilians, were killed in a civil war that ended a decade ago.
Security Council: Stronger justice, security sectors integral to transition goals in Liberia (10.09.2013)
The top United Nations official in Liberia today lauded Liberia’s commitments in maintaining peace, while underlining the need for the country to strengthen its justice and security sectors in preparation for taking on increasing security responsibilities.
The former leader of one of the rebel groups in Liberia’s 14-year civil war has said his movement received support from the government of neighboring Guinea.