Former Liberian president Charles Taylor says his imprisonment in Britain breaches his human rights and has applied to serve the rest of his jail term for war crimes in Rwanda, his lawyer said Thursday.
Liberian ex-warlord Charles Taylor was on Tuesday transferred under tight security from The Hague to a British prison where the convicted war criminal is likely to spend the rest of his life.
Liberia`s ex-warlord Charles Taylor has asked to serve his 50-year prison sentence for war crimes in a Rwandan jail rather than in Britain, Kigali said on Tuesday.
Liberia`s former president and warlord Charles Taylor is to serve out his 50-year prison sentence for war crimes in a British jail, Britain confirmed on Thursday.
A UN-backed appeals court upheld Liberian ex-president Charles Taylor`s 50-year sentence for arming rebels during Sierra Leone`s brutal 1990s civil war.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor has been sentenced to 50 years imprisonment for arming murderous rebels in Sierra Leone.
Taylor became the first former head of state to be convicted of war crimes by an international court since World War II in 1945-46.
Charles Taylor became the first head of state since World War II to be convicted by an international war crimes court.
Charles Taylor is the first African head of state to be convicted by an international court.
Sierra Leone civil war claimed some 120,000 lives in the 10 years to 2001.
The former Liberian President Charles Taylor`s war crimes trial is in its last phase.
Charles Taylor`s warcrimes trial enters its final phase on Tuesday.
Naomi Campbell was apparently ‘excited’ to meet Charles Taylor, former Liberian leader, and had promised to visit his country.
Naomi put her legal troubles behind by attending a star-studded party.
Naomi’s former agent has claimed that the model and Charles Taylor were "mildly flirting" before he was alleged to have given her "blood diamonds”.
Mia Farrow testified at the war crimes trial of former Liberian dictator Charles Taylor, contradicting the evidence given by Naomi Campbell earlier.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been granted special protection when she testifies at a UN war crimes tribunal over claims that she was given a blood diamond by Liberia`s ex president Charles Taylor.
Lawyers of former Liberian President Charles Taylor have filed a court motion requesting to postpone British supermodel Naomi Campbell’s testimony for the war crimes trial.
Judges in former
Liberian president Charles Taylor`s war crimes case have
allowed prosecutors to summon supermodel Naomi Campbell to
testify whether she received a raw diamond as a gift from him.
The prosecutors claim Taylor gifted "blood diamonds" to Campbell in 1997.
Day in Pics: 30th September
Showbiz World - September 30, 2014
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