Liberia's Taylor Set to Exit Embattled Liberian President Charles Taylor resigns at a ceremony attended by other African leaders. But rebels who have engaged Taylor's troops in a long civil war say they won't accept Taylor's hand-picked successor, Vice President Moses Blah. Taylor, a former warlord who overthrew past President Samuel Doe, is expected to go into exile in Nigeria. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Jason Beaubien.
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Liberia's Taylor Heads into Exile

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Liberia's Taylor Heads into Exile

Liberia's Taylor Heads into Exile

Liberia's Taylor Heads into Exile

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Embattled Liberian President Charles Taylor resigns at a ceremony attended by other African leaders. But rebels who have engaged Taylor's troops in a long civil war say they won't accept Taylor's hand-picked successor, Vice President Moses Blah. Taylor, a former warlord who overthrew past President Samuel Doe, is expected to go into exile in Nigeria. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Jason Beaubien.