U.S. Seeks to Limit Role in Liberia

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The U.S. ambassador to Liberia meets with the country's main rebel commander for peace talks, as more Nigerian peacekeepers arrive in Monrovia. Meanwhile, Pentagon officials insist any U.S. role in Liberia will be limited to logistical support for West African peacekeepers. Hear Newsday reporter Sampson Mulugeta, Jacques Paul Klein of the United Nations and NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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