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Article
10 April 2002
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Auteur: U.N. Integrated Regional Information Networks

A programme to combat fish poaching implemented by the Food and Agriculture Programme, is to target illegal trawling in West African countries including Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Senegal and Sierra Leone...Vessels from Europe, FAO said, trawl off the...

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Article
1 December 2001
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Auteur: Michael Fleshman, Africa Recovery [U.N. Department of Public Information]

Improvements in Sierra Leone, but continuing violations in Angola and Liberia - Diamonds and other natural resources are continuing to finance armed conflicts in Angola and the Mano River Union states of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea despite...

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Article
30 October 2001
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Auteur: UN Wire

A U.N. panel of experts yesterday recommended installing tighter controls on Liberian "flag of convenience" shipping revenues, maintaining sanctions on conflict diamonds and an arms embargo and placing new sanctions on certain types of logging, but...

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29 October 2001
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Article
29 October 2001
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Auteur: Associated Press

Liberia has been using money earned from its maritime fleet to purchase weapons in violation of U.N. sanctions, a report released Monday said. A panel of U.N. experts set up to monitor Liberia's compliance with the arms embargo found that the country's...

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Article
29 October 2001
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Auteur: Evelyn Leopold, South African Press Association

...Liberia is under UN Security Council sanctions...The government of President Charles Taylor was accused of supervising a major gems-for-guns operation to foment Africa's most brutal war in neighbouring Sierra Leone, which has now spread to Guinea.

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5 September 2001
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Auteur: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

More than 40 police and military personnel from Ghana, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone took part in Freetown in the first training of trainers course on the control of small arms in West Africa.

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11 August 2001
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Auteur: Agence France Presse

An internationally-backed group of experts are to carry out a study over the next three to four months of the use of child labour in five west African countries [Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea and Nigeria], study group members told AFP here.

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