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UN High Commissioner on Human Rights
Actuality (Uncut Material)
Louise Arbour - former prosecutor for Rwanda Tribunals, former Supreme Court Justice of Canada, one of the 1000 Women jointly nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by the global women's movement
 WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service  Contact Contributor
July 19, 2005, 2:43 a.m.
After meeting with Sierra Leone officials about the upshot of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission, Arbour talks about women's rights and female genital mutilation, about the death penalty, about trying Charles Taylor, and other recommendations

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00:48:00 1 July 16, 2005
Freetown, Sierra Leone
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