FILE In this Oct. 3, 1998 file photo, Yanor Kanu sits at her hospital window in the Laka Town Rehabilitation Center near Freetown, Sierra Leone, as she recovers from surgery on her amputated arms. On ... more 
FILE In this Oct. 3, 1998 file photo, Yanor Kanu sits at her hospital window in the Laka Town Rehabilitation Center near Freetown, Sierra Leone, as she recovers from surgery on her amputated arms. On Thursday, April 26, 2012, judges at an international war crimes court will pass judgment on warlord-turned-Liberian president Charles Taylor, who is accused of sponsoring rebels responsible for untold atrocities during Sierra Leone's brutal civil war in return for so-called blood diamonds. The historic verdicts at the Special Court for Sierra Leone will mark the first time an international tribunal has reached judgment in the trial of a former head of state since Nuremberg.(AP Photo/Christine Nesbitt, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Christine Nesbitt, File
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