In Liberia, the Mamba Point Hotel is the place where the Westerners stay. There is a wide, graceful veranda facing the sea and a walled garden hinting at jungle. Just up the road, late in the spring of 2004, a machine-gunner peered out from the sandbagged booth of a United Nations checkpoint. Close …
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