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Liberia's women combatants Part 2

In Liberia's 14-year civil war, an estimated 30,000 women took up arms. Some were forced to do so, others had no other choice. Now that the war is over, these women are trying to re-enter society as productive citizens but promises of international assistance have not kept up with their needs.

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