Truce move in Sierra Leone war
Monday 19 April 1999
SIERRA LEONE'S jailed rebel leader, Foday Sankoh, was flown to Togo for talks with followers which mediators hope may help end the country's civil war. Field commanders of his Revolutionary United Front demanded the meeting with their leader as a condition for a truce.
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