More than half of the Liberian refugees living in Sierra Leone originate from Lofa county, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said, so when it started registration for the first convoy to make the five-day journey to that area, over 100 families with 353 people signed up, resulting in its largest convoy so far – 27 trucks.Way stations were established so that they could make overnight stops, it said.Most of the refugees in the convoy had fled their country during fierce fighting from 2000 to 2002, UNHCR said.The agency said it had helped a total of 8,928 refugees go home to Liberia from Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria and Sierra Leone since last October.