U.N. OKs Force for Liberia The U.N. Security Council authorizes a multinational force to intervene in Liberia to enforce a cease-fire in the nation's civil war. Meanwhile, reports suggest Liberian President Charles Taylor has unexpectedly left the capital, Monrovia, as West African leaders arrive to urge him to step down. Hear Somini Sengupta of The New York Times.
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U.N. OKs Multinational Force for Liberia

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U.N. OKs Multinational Force for Liberia

U.N. OKs Multinational Force for Liberia

U.N. OKs Multinational Force for Liberia

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The U.N. Security Council authorizes a multinational force to intervene in Liberia to enforce a cease-fire in the nation's civil war. Meanwhile, reports suggest Liberian President Charles Taylor has unexpectedly left the capital, Monrovia, as West African leaders arrive to urge him to step down. Hear Somini Sengupta of The New York Times.