Liberian Foes Embrace West African forces continue to arrive in Liberia on a mission to end 14 years of civil war and to oversee President Charles Taylor's resignation. And in the strongest sign yet that a June 17 cease-fire is holding, rebels and government soldiers stop fighting and embrace at a strategic bridge in the capital of Monrovia. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.
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Liberian Foes Embrace as Peace Force Swells

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Liberian Foes Embrace as Peace Force Swells

Liberian Foes Embrace as Peace Force Swells

Liberian Foes Embrace as Peace Force Swells

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West African forces continue to arrive in Liberia on a mission to end 14 years of civil war and to oversee President Charles Taylor's resignation. And in the strongest sign yet that a June 17 cease-fire is holding, rebels and government soldiers stop fighting and embrace at a strategic bridge in the capital of Monrovia. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.