2013-02-11 13:30:34Le1.3 Million or Two Month Jail for Loitering[Concord]Freetown -Magistrate Komba Kamanda of court No. 2 yesterday slammed a Le1.3 million fine (Le130,000 each) or an alternative of two month imprisonment on thirteen accused persons - Amara Kajuei, Abu Bakarr Conteh, Foday Barilor, Abdulai Sorkor Kamara, Mohamed Alie Kalokoh, Sheika Samura, Yayah Sellu, Mohamed Sesay, Mohamed Sesay, Mohamed Algalie, Sheik Umar Alpha Sankoh, Plulip Gbaugau and David Kanu - who were docked on one count charge loitering contrary to the law of Sierra Leone.
Thursday, 01-29-15, 16:16Harvard Scientist Claims Selenium Can Treat Ebola[FrontPageAfrica]In an article just published in the British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Harvard University researcher Dr Boguslaw Lipinski claims that selenium can treat Ebola virus disease (EVD). His paper says that a specific form of selenium, sodium selenite, found in nutritional supplements can reduce the infectivity and therefore the reproduction of Ebola and HIV viruses.
Thursday, 01-29-15, 16:07Forward With the People[Daily Observer]Every true revolution is a programme and is derived from a new principle. The first thing is to accept that principle. Its development must then be confined to those who are believers in it. Such a revolution recognises that the authority of the struggle has to be derived from the will of the people because it is from their experience that the revolution was executed. It is this type of revolution that The Gambia enjoys.
Thursday, 01-29-15, 16:06EU Considers Western Sahara As Non-Self-Governing Territory[Algerie Presse Service]Brussels -The European Union, through its High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, considers Western Sahara as a non-self-governing territory and the Kingdom of Morocco as the de facto administering power.