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Wednesday, 07-23-14, 11:16UNMIL Chief Favors TRC Implementation[NEWS]More than five years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released its final report and recommendations in which it indicted President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, former rebel leaders and some officials of her government, an esteemed member of the diplomatic community has called for the implementation of the TRC report. read more...
Wednesday, 07-23-14, 10:58Is Boko Haram Really Planning Liberia Attack? Suspect Alarms[FrontPageAfrica]Four months after Mr. Frank Nyekan, the new Director of the Executive Protective Service told the Senate Committee on Security and Intelligence during his confirmation hearing that Liberia is being used as a hide-out for leaders of Nigeria Islamic terrorist group Boko-Haram, an escaped Cameroonian claiming to be a member of the group has reportedly told security officials in Liberia that two naturalized Liberians from Mali, Nigeria are on reconnaissance mission in Liberia to stage a bombing attack on the p read more...
Tuesday, 07-22-14, 10:43'I Am Not Backing Off'[NEWS]Amid reports that he would back off from the Montserrado County senatorial race in support of Robert A. Sirleaf, the political leader of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Ambassador George M. Weah says he will not back off from the race. read more...
Tuesday, 07-22-14, 8:00Sea Erosion Leaves Thousands Homeless[VOA]The homes and businesses of thousands of poor people living on Liberia's coast are being swept away by rising sea levels. Liberia's Environmental Protection Agency says a project is underway to help stop the erosion, but that there is not enough funding. read more...
Tuesday, 07-22-14, 5:19Red Cross Condemns Ebola Vaccine Claims[New Dawn]The Liberian Red Cross says it is not providing vaccination to any Ebola patient, and terms as evil, the act of people wanting to use the institution's identity to carry out clandestine their deed. A Red Cross' statement dated July 17, 2014 says it has been speculated in some quarters that Red Cross' staffs are in communities vaccinating suspected or confirmed patients with the deadly Ebola virus. read more...
Monday, 07-21-14, 13:13'No Presidential Aspirations' - Robert Sirleaf On 2017 Presidency Talk[FrontPageAfrica]Robert Sirleaf is taking a major risk in George Weah's territory. His quest to become the next Senior Senator for Montserrado County is even more complicated by the fact that he is running as an independent. The ruling Unity Party which brought his mother, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to power, has already tipped Ali Syllah as its candidate in the senatorial race, meaning Sirleaf could be left on his own in a race that many anticipate would be the most-competitive of all the senatorial races this ye read more...
Monday, 07-21-14, 10:58Denouncing the Act of Violence[Inquirer]THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE Officer (CEO) of City Construction Company Incorporated, Mr. Sam S. Saryon said violence is not the way forward in the country. Mr. Saryon said violence always leads to damage of properties and as such, young people must desist from such unlawful act. read more...
Monday, 07-21-14, 3:52LNRCS Clarifies Speculation of Ebola Vaccination[Inquirer]The Liberia National Red Cross Society (LNRCS) has clarified speculations of Ebola vaccine in some quarters that Red Cross staffs are in various communities vaccinating people including those suspected or confirmed with the deadly virus. read more...
Monday, 07-21-14, 2:29Changing Lives on Larger Scale is Goal of Senate Run – Robert Sirleaf[allAfrica]Monrovia -Robert Sirleaf, son of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has declared his candidacy for senator representing Montserrado County, which includes Liberia's capital, Monrovia. In a conversation with AllAfrica about how Monrovia neighborhoods can combat coastal erosion and flooding – for an upcoming series of reports supported by the Rockefeller Foundation on challenges facing cities - Sirleaf talked extensively about the importance of empowering local communities to improve their sit read more...
Sunday, 07-20-14, 7:08Taking Lead - Students, Youths Enter Ebola Fight[FrontPageAfrica]Monrovia -In the wake of denial of the outbreak of the Ebola virus in Liberia by many Liberians, a group calling itself the Concern Students of the United Methodist University Against the Spread of Ebola in Liberia; Friday, July 11, 2014 launched a campus based campaign called "Sanitization to Safe the Nation". read more...

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