Nigerian Forces in Liberia Nigerian forces arrive in war-torn Liberia, on a mission to end 14 years of civil war and to oversee President Charles Taylor's resignation. Taylor has said he will leave office Aug. 11. And U.S. warships arrive off the country's coast to support the peacekeepers. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.
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Nigerian Peacekeepers Arrive in Liberia

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Nigerian Peacekeepers Arrive in Liberia

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Nigerian Peacekeepers Arrive in Liberia

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Nigerian forces arrive in war-torn Liberia, on a mission to end 14 years of civil war and to oversee President Charles Taylor's resignation. Taylor has said he will leave office Aug. 11. And U.S. warships arrive off the country's coast to support the peacekeepers. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.