Justice eludes Liberia's civil war victims 14 years on

Victims say divisions still run deep as many come face to face with their attackers on the streets. Some say they cannot move on until justice is served.

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    It may have been 14 years ago when Liberia's civil war ended, but the scars have not healed easily.

    Victims say divisions still run deep as many come face to face with their attackers on the streets.

    Some say they cannot move on until justice is served.

     

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the capital Monrovia.


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