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Liberian Rebels, Government Sign Peace Deal

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The Liberian government reaches a peace accord with two rebel groups, ending 14 years of civil war. The deal would set up an interim government that would rule the country for the next two years. President Bush says U.S. Marines in Liberia to support West African peacekeepers will not stay past Oct. 1. Hear NPR’s Don Gonyea.

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