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Our Man In Sierra Leone

Britain’s former high commissioner to Sierra Leone, Lansana Gberie, Penfold criticises the Special Court for killing the incentive that will make actors in future conflicts …

When Taylor Got His Day In Court

On 16 May, the Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL) gave Charles Taylor the opportunity to speak in court before sentencing was imposed on 30 …

Is Taylor Guilty As Charged?

After a trial lasting three years and 10 months, the former Liberian president, Charles Taylor, was found guilty by the Special Court for Sierra Leone …

Sierra Leone: The Shape Of Things To Come?

On 6 February, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon – recently given a second term in office – abruptly withdrew his executive representative from Sierra Leone following …