Ex-combatants search for identity

Ex-combatants Ahmed Gray (left), and his twin brother Eugene show bullet wounds they received during the civil war in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100102410000" title="Monrovia" href="/topic/us/california/los-angeles-county/monrovia-PLGEO100100102410000.topic">Monrovia</a>, Liberia. The twenty-eight- year old brothers, who are homeless, joined militias when they were 12-years old and even fought against each other at one point. <BIG><a href="/chi-081007-liberia-excombat-htmlpage,0,1377625.htmlpage">Experience</a></BIG> the struggle of Liberia's ex-combatants in an <BIG><a href="/chi-081007-liberia-excombat-htmlpage,0,1377625.htmlpage">audio photo gallery</a></BIG>.
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( Tribune photo by Kuni Takahashi / May 12, 2008 )

Ex-combatants Ahmed Gray (left), and his twin brother Eugene show bullet wounds they received during the civil war in Monrovia, Liberia. The twenty-eight- year old brothers, who are homeless, joined militias when they were 12-years old and even fought against each other at one point. Experience the struggle of Liberia's ex-combatants in an audio photo gallery.

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