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UPDATED: 14:12, December 24, 2005
Special "toys" of Liberian children
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File photo taken on Oct. 12, 2005 shows a Liberian kid rolling a discarded plastic hoop in the street of Monrovia, capital of Liberia. The 14-year-long civil war and a series of political and social turmoil have turned the nation into a scarred and battered country. There was not enough food, drinking water or medical security, to say nothing of education opportunities, even an ordinary toy is rare and luxurious for Liberian children. As the new year approaches, with their special "toys" Liberian children have recorded their childhood and the special period of their nation.

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File photo taken on Oct. 12, 2005 shows Liberian kids holding a discarded keyboard as their toy in Monrovia, capital of Liberia. The 14-year-long civil war and a series of political and social turmoil have turned the nation into a scarred and battered country. There was not enough food, drinking water or medical security, to say nothing of education opportunities, even an ordinary toy is rare and luxurious for Liberian children. As the new year approaches, with their special "toys" Liberian children have recorded their childhood and the special period of their nation.

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File photo taken on Oct. 12, 2005 shows Liberian kids playing around a well at a residential area of Monrovia, capital of Liberia. The 14-year-long civil war and a series of political and social turmoil have turned the nation into a scarred and battered country. There was not enough food, drinking water or medical security, to say nothing of education opportunities, even an ordinary toy is rare and luxurious for Liberian children. As the new year approaches, with their special "toys" Liberian children have recorded their childhood and the special period of their nation.

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File photo taken on Oct. 12, 2005 shows a Liberian kid sitting on a destroyed car in the streets of Monrovia, capital of Liberia. The 14-year-long civil war and a series of political and social turmoil have turned the nation into a scarred and battered country. There was not enough food, drinking water or medical security, to say nothing of education opportunities, even an ordinary toy is rare and luxurious for Liberian children. As the new year approaches, with their special "toys" Liberian children have recorded their childhood and the special period of their nation.

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