Well, most of them had been recruited. Of course, it is different. Each different situation has their own idiosyncratic dynamics. I can say, if I am not going beyond answering the scope of the question, that the armed conflicts in Liberia and Sierra Leone and Cote d'Ivoire have been marked by a regional dynamic where the governments of the region have shown a potential to involve themselves in trying to destabilise one - destabilising a neighbouring country. At each - at any given time you had one group who was participating in supporting a proxy group whose intention was to overthrow, or destabilise, a neighbouring country. So, with respect to Sierra Leonean involvement it took place at various different times and in support of various different Liberian, Guinean and Cote d'Ivoirean armed factions.