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Reaction to Charles Taylor verdict in Liberia

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A man holds an old portrait of Charles Taylor at an area where people gathered in the Sinkor neighborhood of Monrovia. Isolated groups gathered wherever they could find a working television to watch the verdict being announced by the special international tribunal on Sierra Leone in the case against former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

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A group of men watch gather around a televison in downtown Monrovia, Liberia to watch the verdict being announced by the special international tribunal on Sierra Leone in the case against former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

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A group in downtown Monrovia, Liberia have a heated discussion on the streets after the Charles Taylor verdict was finally announced the sun was surrounded by a rainbow at the time- which people took to mean a variety of things.

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A group of men have a heated discussion in downtown Monrovia, Liberia after the verdict as announced in the case against former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

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A group crowdes around a televisoin in downtown Monrovia to watch the verdict being announced by the special international tribunal on Sierra Leone in the case against former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

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A man holds up signs in support of former Liberian President Charles Taylor holds signs in downtown Monrovia, Liberia as his verdict comes down.

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A amn listens to a portable radio in downtown Monrovia, Liberia as the verdict against former Liberian President Charles Taylor is read.

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A group of men have a heated discussion in downtown Monrovia, Liberia about the guilty verdict against former President Charles Taylor.

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