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Oxford dictionary definition of the word Liberia:
a country on the Atlantic coast of West Africa; population 3,441,800 (est. 2009); languages, English (official), English-based pidgin; capital, Monrovia.
Liberia was founded in 1822 as a settlement for freed slaves from the US, and was proclaimed independent in 1847. Indigenous peoples, however, form the majority of the population. In 1980 a coup overthrew the predominant Liberian-American elite, and a civil war began in 1990, ending with a ceasefire in 1996
adjective & noun
from Latin liber ‘free’