By Alphonso Toweh MONROVIA, May 30 (Reuters) - Liberia's government, helped by the United Nations, is moving to repossess two rubber plantations occupied by former rebels who fought in the West African country's civil war, a U.N. official said on Tuesday. A human rights report issued in May by the U.N. Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) said it believed children were being forced to work on the occupied plantations and the absence of the rule of law there had led to reports of murder, rape and ...
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