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 Sierra Leone Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:30 GMT
British vehicles in Sierre Leone Paras fly home after rescue mission
UK paratroopers who rescued six soldiers held captive in Sierra Leone are heading home as the freed troops face a tough debriefing.
 Who are the West Side Boys?
In a country where large areas are controlled by militias, Sierra Leone's West Side Boys are a maverick group - but no less dangerous for that.
 Britain's role in Sierra Leone
The kidnap of 11 British soldiers in Sierra Leone by a renegade militia raised questions about the UK's role in its former colony.
 The victims of Sierra Leone's rebels
Jeremy Vine tells the story of two young victims of the war he met in Freetown.
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