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Isolated groups, like these in downtown Monrovia, Liberia on April 26, 2012, gathered wherever they could find a working television to watch and listen to the verdict being announced by the special international tribunal on Sierra Leone in the case against former Liberian President Charles " Ghankay" Taylor. Mr. Taylor was found guilty of aiding and abetting in eleven counts of crimes against humanity, including murder and rape. There was a lot of heated discussion on the streets after the virdict was finally announced, as well as surprise at the atmospheric effect in the sky when the sun was surrounded by a rainbow - which people took to mean a variety of things. (Photo by Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)