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Peace in Liberia remains "fragile" 13 years after the end of civil war, a top U.N. peacekeeping official has said, as the world body considers whether to withdraw its longstanding mission in the country.U.N. peacekeepers largely ensured the country's security until June when they handed over to retrained domestic forces, ahead of a Security Council decision in December on whether to pull out its remaining personnel.Government forces and rebel groups raped, maimed and massacred hundreds of thousands of people during two conflicts between 1989 and 2003, and the highly politicized police and army were disbanded after committing some of the worse abuses.
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