Bush Calls on Liberian President to Step Down

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President Bush says he is exploring "all options" to help maintain a cease-fire in Liberia, but that any lasting solution must include the removal of President Charles Taylor. The Bush administration has been under growing international pressure to send peacekeeping troops to the war-racked west African nation. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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