Liberia prepares to take full control of its security
At the end of June, Liberia will retake full control of its own security. For the past thirteen years, the UN's peacekeeping force, UNMIL, has supported the country's police and military. The UN calls the handover "one of the most significant milestones for Liberia since the end of the country's civil war". But concerns remain that Liberia's security forces are still not ready for the task that awaits them. Our correspondent Katerina Vittozzi reports.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Elom Marcel Toble and Claire Pryde.
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