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MONROVIA – NOVEMBER 1: Police close down one of Monrovia’s oldest bridge from traffic on November 1st, 2006 in Liberia. The bridge, which was constructed decades ago, has been declared a danger zone for motorists. This bridge served as a front line between rival fighting forces during 2003 latest fight in Monrovia. (Photo by Taleb Ahmad Baah/Panapress) *** Local Caption *** MONROVIA – 1 NOVEMBRE: La police a ferme l’un des plus vieux pont de Monrovia. Liberia, 1 novembre 2006. Le pont construit il y a une dizaine d’annees a ete declare zone dangereuse pour les automobilistes. Il a servi de ligne de front entre forces rivales pendant les dernieres batailles de Monrovia, en 2003. (Photo Taleb Ahmad Baah/Panapress)

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