The ex-wife of former Liberian president Charles Taylor has pleaded not guilty to a string of torture charges - some involving children.
Agnes Taylor, 53, was charged last year after a Metropolitan Police inquiry.
She is accused of committing the offences between 1989 and 1991 during the West African country's civil war.
The Old Bailey heard one count relates to the alleged torture of a pastor's wife by tying her up and her witnessing the shooting of her two children.
A further three of the seven torture charges relate to "severe pain or suffering" ... (Click Here To Read More)