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  Taylor 'unhappy with jail food'  UN Tribunal: Charles Taylor is not happy about conditions in the jail he was moved to last month, his lawyer said   Taylor pleads not guilty of war crimes
S Leone trio guilty of war crimes  A war crimes court has found three rebel commanders guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity First S Leone war crime sentences  UN-backed war crimes court has sentenced 3 leaders of a militia for murder, rape and mutilating civilians First S Leone war crimes verdicts

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  Three men have been convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity during decade-long war

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  Former Liberian President is denying 11 counts of helping destabilize West Africa through killings

  Former Liberian President is making his first appearance at the UN-backed special war crimes court
Mar.29   Taylor sent to war crimes court
  Former Liberian leader has been transferred to the UN-backed war crimes tribunal

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Mar.9   War crimes tribunal opens
  A ceremony attended by the president and UN officials. The court doesn't have the Liberia's ex-president Charles

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Mar.4 Rebels face murder charge
  Rebel leader Foday Sankoh has been charged with murder. His forces committed widespread atrocities against civilians

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Jan.16   Annan wants trials for child soldiers
   UN: U.N. Secretary-General said child soldiers and peacekeepers in Sierra Leone should be subject to war crimes prosecutions

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