Sierra Leone Seeks to Try Liberia's Taylor

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As ousted Liberian leader Charles Taylor sits in exile in Nigeria, many in Sierra Leone press for his extradition to face charges before a U.N. special court there. But Nigeria says it has no plans to cooperate. Taylor is one of nine people indicted for crimes against humanity related to Sierra Leone's bloody civil war. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.



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