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Les troupes gouvernementales en état d'alerte

Le gouvernement libérien a renforcé la sécurité dans le comté de Gbarpolu suite aux informations faisant état de mouvements des troupes rebelles là-bas, ont rapporté les organes de presse en citant le ministre de la défense, Daniel Chea en fin de semaine. M. Chea, qui a affirmé que les troupes gouvernementales avaient été placées en état d'alerte à Gbarpolu, a réfuté une revendication du groupe rebelle 'Libériens unis pour la Réconciliation et la Démocratie'(LURD) que les combats se sont étendus du comté de Lofa au nord, à Bomi.
Il y a peu d'informations sur les combats entre les forces gouvernementales et les dissidents, mais les agences humanitaires estiment que 40,000 personnes ont fui le nord du comté de Lofa depuis avril.



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