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Liberia's military is being completely rebuilt from the ground up. The old "military" consisted of a motley mix of regular soldiers and irregulars that totaled about 15,000; these troops completed demobilization by 2006. Meanwhile, plans for the new military have changed somewhat, and the initial force will now comprise only about 2,050, as...

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