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Countless civilians fled through the bush and on the road in pouring rain, escaping attacks that most of them blamed on the second rebel group, the Movement for Democracy in Liberia.
troops on the ground would also pressure the two rebel groups: Liberia United for Reconciliation (LURD) and Democracy and Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL) to end their violent atrocities.
Armed men belonging to the United Liberation Movement for Democracy in Liberia (ULIMO)--one of the factions that waged the bloody conflict--forced the people of Gonzipo to flee in 1994 and then stole anything of value and destroyed the village.
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