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TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN LIBERIA – IN BRIEF
Context: Civil War (1989 – 2003) The legacy of Liberia’s nearly fifteen-year civil war lives on more than a decade after the war’s end. Liberia still struggles to prosecute those responsible for the violence, and develop inclusive reconciliation mechanisms. As one Monrovia resident said to IRIN in 2013: “[Life] is just the same as before, but now there are no gunshots.” In 1989, the country descended into civil war when an armed rebel group led…
by Julia Crawford, JusticeInfo.Net
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