MONROVIA December 13 - The Liberian
government is grappling with the task of resettling nearly 10,000 ex-combatants
in a bid to keep them off street, and from terrorising civilians.
About 5,000 ex-combatants have been integrated
into the army and other para- military apparatus. However the 10,000, who
have not been absorbed, have become social and societal problems.
The majority of the ex-combatants are
disabled, most of them amputees, who are either in their late 20s or early
30s, now commonly referred to as "war veterans".
The former fighters, who fought Liberia's