Issues In Perspective: Taylor May Testify in London in Libel Case
President Charles Taylor of Liberia may have to give a personal testimony in a libel case which his British lawyers have filed in London against the London Times, disputing allegations that he personally engaged in cannibalism during the Liberian civil war that took about 250,000 lives and destroyed the West African country of 2.6 million.

Africa, The Curse of History, and Europe's New "Benevolence"
There is now an appealing new school of thought spreading in Western Europe which, on the surface, would make any well-meaning African jump with joy to embrace the dawn of salvation. But it contains more ominous implications.