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B. 2015-06-10 UN peacekeepers 'barter goods for sex' UN
C. 2014-09-15 Barack Obama 'to pledge US troops to fight virus' Washington
3. 2013-09-26 Charles Taylor: conviction, sentence upheld Hague
4. 2012-05-30 Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes Hague
2012-04-26 Charles Taylor aided S Leone war crimes Netherlands
G. 2010-08-09 Taylor 'gave diamonds to model' UN Tribunal
H. 2009-07-14 Taylor refutes 'malicious' accusations UN Tribunal
I. 2009-02-16 Tamil Tigers 'target civilians' Sri Lanka
J. 2008-01-10 Taylor 'secretly sent arms to rebels' UN Tribunal

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UN peacekeepers 'barter goods for sex'   Barack Obama 'to pledge US troops to fight virus'  Washington: US President Barack Obama is to announce plans on Tuesday to send 3,000 troops to Liberia to help fight the Ebola virus, US officials say   Charles Taylor: conviction, sentence upheld  Hague: An international court in the Netherlands ruled to uphold the 50-year sentence handed down last year to Liberia's former president   Charles Taylor aided S Leone war crimes


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Sep.26


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May.30  Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes
Apr.26
   Netherlands: International judges have found former Liberian leader Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war
 Taylor, 64, was accused of backing rebels who killed tens of thousands of people in Sierra Leone's 1991-2002 civil war


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Aug.9   Taylor 'gave diamonds to model'
  UN Tribunal: Ex-Liberian President gave Naomi Campbell diamonds after a 1997 dinner in South Africa, the supermodel's former agent has told war-crimes trial

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Jul.14   Taylor refutes 'malicious' accusations
  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President expressed his incredulity at the testimony against him at his war crimes trial, saying 'there is no way' he is guilty Feb.16  Tamil Tigers 'target civilians'

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Jan.10 Taylor 'secretly sent arms to rebels'  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President concealed banned weapons and ammunition in rice bags before distributing them to rebels fighting in Sierra Leone Jan.8 Horror recounted at Taylor trial. UN Tribunal Jan.7 Taylor war crimes trial resumes
  UN Tribunal: The war crimes trial of former Liberian President resumed at the Hague, 6 months after he boycotted the opening session


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Dec.6  Mass graves found Jun.4 Taylor boycotts 'charade' trial
  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is calling war crimes trial in The Hague a 'charade' in a letter read by his lawyer who later walked out

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Nov.29  UN troops face child abuse claims Apr.3 Taylor appears in war crimes case
  Sierra Leone: Former Liberian President is making his first appearance at the UN-backed special war crimes court

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Nov.11 U.N. sends 'signal' to Taylor

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Jan.17 UN troops enter eastern Liberia


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Oct.1     UN begins peace task   The biggest United Nations peacekeeping operation in the world has got under way after clashes in the Monrovia Liberia clashes mar U.N. takeover
Sep.19  Liberia to get 15,000 UN troops Sep.9  More U.S. marines contract Malaria Aug.24  Rebel fighting rages Aug.23  Thousands flee fighting Aug.18   Liberia, rebels sign peace deal
  Government and rebel leaders signed a peace accord to end the 3-year civil war that brought down President Taylor
Aug.17 Peace deal 'imminent' Aug.14   Rebels hand over port. US troops arrived   200 U.S. Marines copter into Monrovia's airport to support the operation Aug.6 Troops to start patrol Aug.4     Peace force arrives
  The first wave of West African peacekeepers has arrived to end fighting between rebel troops and government forces
Aug.3 Monrovia awaits peace troops Fight as peace force nears Aug.1 Force approved for Liberia. UN Security Council Jul.30 Leaders debate Liberia force  Ghana: West African leaders meet to review plans for a long-awaited peacekeeping mission Advance expert team arrives in Liberia Dozens killed in battle Jul.29 Army fights to regain port Jul.28 Rebels capture port city of Buchanan
  The port had been taken by the MDL. The government forces were massing outside the city Rebels attack second Liberian city Jul.27 Peace force in Liberia within days. Nigeria Jul.26   Liberians die in church mortar hit  7 killed, 30 more were seriously wounded from the blast Jul.25     Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
  President ordered U.S. troops to support a West African peacekeeping force that is expected to be deployed US sends warships to Liberia Jul.24 Port becomes focus of war Jul.23 Peacekeepers 'in days' Mortars shatter cease-fire Jul.22   '600 die' as battle rages
  Defense minister backed Kofi Annan's call for action by the international community
Jul.21 Panic on the streets   Battle rages: '50 dead'   A shell hit a house, killing 18 people inside. Monrovia is in a panic and completely paralyzed Jul.20   Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood  Several diplomatic compounds and humanitarian groups located in that neighborhood Heavy fighting in capital Jul.19 Taylor vows to fight to the end Jul.14 No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves. Washington Jul.4 U.S. to send small military team to Liberia Jul.3 U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia Jul.2 U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia. Washington Jun.27 Rebels call ceasefire Jun.25  200 die in fight: minister Jun.24  Shells pound Monrovia despite truce Jun.17 Liberian foes sign ceasefire  Government and rebels have signed a ceasefire, and now have 30 days to come up with a full peace agreement Jun.11  President Taylor agrees truce Jun.9  Westerners flee Liberian capital Jun.8 Rebels push into capital  Liberians pray to a backdrop of weapons fire and mortars, appealing for peace Jun.7  President tries to rally front-line troops Jun.4 Arrest warrant for President Taylor  Liberian President has been indicted for war crimes by a United Nations-backed court


  Barack Obama 'to pledge US troops to fight virus'  Washington: US President Barack Obama is to announce plans on Tuesday to send 3,000 troops to Liberia to help fight the Ebola virus, US officials say Taylor 'secretly sent arms to rebels'  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President concealed banned weapons and ammunition in rice bags before distributing them to rebels fighting in Sierra Leone Liberia clashes mar U.N. takeover   Rebels hand over port. US troops arrived   200 U.S. Marines copter into Monrovia's airport to support the operation Fight as peace force nears Dozens killed in battle Army fights to regain port Rebels capture port city of Buchanan  The port had been taken by the MDL. The government forces were massing outside the city Rebels attack second Liberian city Port becomes focus of war Mortars shatter cease-fire '600 die' as battle rages




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  Defense minister backed Kofi Annan's call for action by the international community
Jul.21 Panic on the streets
Jul.21 Battle rages: '50 dead'   A shell hit a house, killing 18 people inside. Monrovia is in a panic and completely paralyzed Jul.20 Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood  Several diplomatic compounds and humanitarian groups located in that neighborhood Jul.20 Heavy fighting in capital Jun.25  200 die in fight: minister Jun.24  Shells pound Monrovia despite truce Jun.9  Westerners flee Liberian capital Jun.8 Rebels push into capital  Liberians pray to a backdrop of weapons fire and mortars, appealing for peace



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2013 Sep.26   Charles Taylor: conviction, sentence upheld  Hague: An international court in the Netherlands ruled to uphold the 50-year sentence handed down last year to Liberia's former president 2012 May.30  Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes Apr.26   Charles Taylor aided S Leone war crimes
   Netherlands: International judges have found former Liberian leader Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war
 Taylor, 64, was accused of backing rebels who killed tens of thousands of people in Sierra Leone's 1991-2002 civil war
2010 Aug.9   Taylor 'gave diamonds to model'
  UN Tribunal: Ex-Liberian President gave Naomi Campbell diamonds after a 1997 dinner in South Africa, the supermodel's former agent has told war-crimes trial 2009 Jul.14   Taylor refutes 'malicious' accusations
  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President expressed his incredulity at the testimony against him at his war crimes trial, saying 'there is no way' he is guilty Feb.16  Tamil Tigers 'target civilians' 2008 Jan.8 Horror recounted at Taylor trial. UN Tribunal Jan.7 Taylor war crimes trial resumes
  UN Tribunal: The war crimes trial of former Liberian President resumed at the Hague, 6 months after he boycotted the opening session
2007 Dec.6  Mass graves found Jun.4 Taylor boycotts 'charade' trial  UN Tribunal: Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is calling war crimes trial in The Hague a 'charade' in a letter read by his lawyer who later walked out 2006 Nov.29  UN troops face child abuse claims Apr.3 Taylor appears in war crimes case  Sierra Leone: Former Liberian President is making his first appearance at the UN-backed special war crimes court 2005 Nov.11 U.N. sends 'signal' to Taylor 2003 Jun.4 Arrest warrant for President Taylor  Liberian President has been indicted for war crimes by a United Nations-backed court



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2004 Jan.17 UN troops enter eastern Liberia
2003 Sep.19  Liberia to get 15,000 UN troops Sep.9  More U.S. marines contract Malaria Jul.25   Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia  President ordered U.S. troops to support a West African peacekeeping force that is expected to be deployed Jul.14 No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves. Washington Jul.4 U.S. to send small military team to Liberia Jul.3 U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia Jul.2 U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia. Washington Jun.7  President tries to rally front-line troops



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2015 Jun.10 UN peacekeepers 'barter goods for sex'
2003 Oct.1   UN begins peace task   The biggest United Nations peacekeeping operation in the world has got under way after clashes in the Monrovia Aug.18   Liberia, rebels sign peace deal
  Government and rebel leaders signed a peace accord to end the 3-year civil war that brought down President Taylor
Aug.17 Peace deal 'imminent' Aug.6 Troops to start patrol Aug.4   Peace force arrives
  The first wave of West African peacekeepers has arrived to end fighting between rebel troops and government forces
Aug.3 Monrovia awaits peace troops Aug.1 Force approved for Liberia. UN Security Council Jul.30 Leaders debate Liberia force  Ghana: West African leaders meet to review plans for a long-awaited peacekeeping mission Jul.30 Advance expert team arrives in Liberia Jul.27 Peace force in Liberia within days. Nigeria Jul.23 Peacekeepers 'in days' Jun.27 Rebels call ceasefire Jun.17 Liberian foes sign ceasefire  Government and rebels have signed a ceasefire, and now have 30 days to come up with a full peace agreement Jun.11  President Taylor agrees truce



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2003 Jul.25 US sends warships to Liberia




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2003 Jul.26 Liberians die in church mortar hit  7 killed, 30 more were seriously wounded from the blast