Liberian Rebels Hold on to Monrovia's Seaport Liberian rebels reject President Charles Taylor's plans to step down Monday and hand power to his vice president, saying they won't accept a Taylor ally in the position. Meanwhile, leaders of the rebel LURD group refuse to give up control of Monrovia's seaport until Taylor goes into exile. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.
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Liberian Rebels Hold on to Monrovia's Seaport

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Liberian Rebels Hold on to Monrovia's Seaport

Liberian Rebels Hold on to Monrovia's Seaport

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Liberian rebels reject President Charles Taylor's plans to step down Monday and hand power to his vice president, saying they won't accept a Taylor ally in the position. Meanwhile, leaders of the rebel LURD group refuse to give up control of Monrovia's seaport until Taylor goes into exile. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.