Sierra Leone Host Bob Edwards talks to Gay McDougall, Executive Director of International Human Rights Law Group, about the eight-year-long civil war in Sierra Leone, in which 600-thousand people have died and one million more have been dislocated. McDougall just returned from a trip to Sierra Leone, as part of a UN Human Rights Commission delegation. She says the atrocities that rebels have committed against civilians are strikingly brutal.
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Sierra Leone

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Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Host Bob Edwards talks to Gay McDougall, Executive Director of International Human Rights Law Group, about the eight-year-long civil war in Sierra Leone, in which 600-thousand people have died and one million more have been dislocated. McDougall just returned from a trip to Sierra Leone, as part of a UN Human Rights Commission delegation. She says the atrocities that rebels have committed against civilians are strikingly brutal.