Citizens go to the polls in first election the west African country is managing itself – but echoes of civil war reverberate

Liberians have voted in large numbers in the first election run entirely by the country’s institutions and security forces since the civil war.

Police officers and election officials who had been preparing for months took their places at polling stations, listening sympathetically to complaints about impatient voters pushing in the queue and missing names on the rolls.

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