Rampant police corruption harms Liberia's progress: report

WASHINGTON, Aug 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Rampant police corruption is impeding Liberia’s development a decade after its 14-year civil war ended, and abuses should be reined in as the United Nations scales back its presence in the West African country, Human Rights Watch said.

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