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UNMIL was established by Security Council resolution 1509 of Sept. 19, 2003, to replace peacekeepers of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the USA, which had entered Liberia in August to enforce a ceasefire in a 14-year civil conflict and monitor the withdrawal into exile of former President Charles Taylor. In addition to implementing the ceasefire agreement between supporters and opponents of Taylor, including the disarming and demobilization of all armed parties, UNMIL’s mandate was to protect civilians and UN staff; to support humanitarian and human rights assistance; to assist the transitional government in the formation of a new, restructured police force and a new, restructured military; and to assist in the re-establishment of national authority in administrative and legal terms.
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