50 years he got. Taylor, at 64, is unlikely going to be a free man ever again in his life.
From the rising dust of women’s feet scampering for safety lay dead seven courageous women who had been shot dead on 3rd March 2011 during a peaceful march in Abobo, Abidjan, to protest the violent po
By itself technology is meaningless and computer screens hold no more value than a blank slate yet to be marked with chalk.
I wanted to write a little more about myself, as completing the assignment today for the VOF programme brought up some issues for me.
I miss you all! I have being rolling on with my study fellowship at King's College siince October 2009.
Because my first journal entry was more of a descriptive narrative, I'd like to use this second entry to divulge a little more about me.
SIERRA LEONE: For women, war's over but violence goes on Photo: IRIN One of tens of thousands of women in Sierra Leone sexually abused during the war
HI - Sharing a story and comment I picked up from Unifem on Sierra Leone and the ongoing effort to bring justice in cases of war-related rape there. -- AC d'Adesky/PulseWire August 2, 2007 The lengthy prison terms for war crimes and crimes against humanity handed down by the Special Court for Sierra Leone last month have been greeted with widespread praise. Two senior members of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council were sentenced to 50 years' imprisonment and another to 45 years for atrocities, including rape, committed during the country's civil war.