REPORT: Sierra Leone begins probe into actions of former government

A Special Commission will look into allegations of corruption, stolen public funds and state assets of Sierra Leones former government between 2007 and 2018.
A picture released by the Special Court for Sierra Leone shows the Special Court’s landmark courthouse in Freetown, where the UN-backed war crimes tribunal for Sierra Leone on October 26, 2009 will deliver its final verdict over atrocities during the African nation’s decade-long civil war in which 120,000 people died and thousands more had limbs chopped off. Created in January 2002, the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) is a hybrid of international and local law under a deal between the west African country’s government and the United Nations. AFP PHOTO – SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE = RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE (Photo by SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE / AFP)

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