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Peter Tarr, 31, a former child combatant who now begs for money on the streets of Monrovia, Liberia, speaks about his past experience in the wars here. Tarr fought on the side of Taylor's forces since he was eleven, but was later captured and fought against Taylor. Later, after Taylor became president, he fought with the Liberian Army. It was during this time that he was injured at two different times. It was because of the second injury to his right arm that he lost it. He says that he is unhappy that former president Charles Taylor brought war to the country which hurt him and many others, but he will accept whatever ruling is made at The Haig when the international court delivers its verdict on Thursday. (Photo by Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)
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