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Geneva — A rebel commander accused of atrocities including cannibalism during Liberia’s civil war a quarter century ago is set to stand trial in Switzerland in a landmark case over the bloody conflict that killed 250,000 people.

The trial of Alieu Kosiah — delayed amid the Covid-19 pandemic — opens on Monday in Bellinzona, Switzerland, bringing together the defendant and six alleged victims for the first time in a courtroom...

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