Disarming Child Warriors Difficult in Liberia

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A40198-2003Aug24.html All sides in the Liberian civil war have armies that look like they are from a junior high school yearbook, the Washington Post reports. Whether the tens of thousands of child soldiers can be disarmed is at the heart of the agreement last week aimed at ending 14 years of bloodshed in Liberia. The pact calls for rebel fighters and government soldiers -- both accused of raping and robbing --to lay down their weapons and form a . . .

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