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Charles Taylor lawyer walks out of court in protest

The defense lawyer for former Liberian President Charles Taylor walked out of a war crimes court on Tuesday protesting that his client's rights to a fair trial were being abused.Full story

Charles Taylor's lawyer storms out of court

Calling the trial "a farce," Charles Taylor's lawyer stormed out of court Tuesday after judges refused to accept a written summary of the former Liberian president's defense at the end of his landmark war crimes case. Full story

Supermodel testifies at war crimes trial

  Naomi Campbell delivered potentially critical evidence against former president of Liberia, Charles Taylor when she revealed he sent her a bag of rough diamonds after a dinner more than 10 years ago. NBC’s Martin Fletcher discusses how this can affect the trial of a man who once denied ever dealing

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