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A day after some of the bloodiest fighting to date tears apart Liberia's capital, West African military chiefs meet in Senegal to consider the deployment of an African peacekeeping force to Monrovia. The Bush administration has insisted that African nations take the lead in trying to help end years of civil war in Liberia. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.

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