Ebola-Induced Ban on Soccer Matches Lifted in Liberia

Written on:January 12, 2015
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Monrovia,LiberiaLone star of Liberia

A seven-month ban of all soccer matches imposed by the Liberian Football Association (LFA) has been lifted,according to YahooSports. Read more…

Liberian Government Investigates Reports of Fighting Near Its Border

Written on:January 12, 2015
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Monrovia,Liberia The Sirleaf administration says it’s investigating new reports of fighting near its border with Ivory Coast.

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A Liberian’s Case for Government to Subsidize Private and Public Institutions

Written on:January 8, 2015
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President Sirleaf : Signing National Budget into Law

By Martin K. N. Kollie,Monrovia Liberia as Africa’s oldest independent nation is yet to rise above the devastating manacles of poverty, ignorance, and disease. The country has been through series of unpleasant incidents.

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George Weah Takes Early Lead in Senate Race

Written on:December 24, 2014
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CDC Vice Stabdard Bearer,George Weah

    Minneapolis,Minn Media reports emanating from Liberia’s capital Monrovia say former soccer star George Weah has taken early lead in the Senate race for Montserrado County.

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New International Guidelines Address Insidious Gap in Protecting Education During War

Written on:December 20, 2014
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Human Rights Watch, Geneva Government armed forces and non-state armed groups should refrain from using education facilities for military purposes in accordance with the new Guidelines for Protecting Schools and Universities from Military Use during Armed Conflict, unveiled this week  at the United Nations (UN) in Geneva, Switzerland, said the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA).

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UN Secretary General Says Governing Body Committed to Support Liberia

Written on:December 20, 2014
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UN Secretary General Mr. Ban and President Sirleaf a small tete-a-tete on Friday, December 19, 2014. Photo Credit: Adama B. Thompson / Executive Mansion

Executive Mansion, Monrovia The United Nations Secretary General says the world body is committed to standing with Liberia in the face of the threat against the Ebola virus disease. “We will be with you until this outbreak is under control and the country has recovered,” he said.

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Patient Exposed to Ebola is Discharged

Written on:December 20, 2014
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Minneapolis,Minn An unnamed patient who was admitted at the National Institutes of Health(NIH) Clinical Center  in the United Sates after being exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone,West Africa has been discharged.

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Cooler Box-Equipped Motorbikes Donated to UN will Speed up Ebola Testing Process in West Africa

Written on:December 6, 2014
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Four hundred cooler box-equipped motorbikes for the Ebola Response

UN News, New York Four hundred motorbikes equipped with cooler boxes will help speed up deliveries of blood samples to laboratories from remote areas of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and reduce the waiting time for Ebola test results, thanks to a donation from Germany to the United Nations.

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Liberian President Issues Executive Order that Prohibits Mass Movement of People in Monrovia

Written on:December 6, 2014
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President Sirleaf delivers her 9th Annual Message

Executive Mansion, Monrovia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 65 ordering all concerted mass movements of people on the streets of Monrovia during the ensuing special elections, including in particular rallies, demonstrations and parades prohibited and for 30 days after the announcement of election results.

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UN Boss Says World Must do ‘whatever it Takes’ to ensure recovery of Ebola-affected Countries

Written on:December 6, 2014
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UN News, New York The United Nations (UN) Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon appealed  to members of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) this week “to do whatever it takes” to help the West African countries hardest hit by Ebola grow back stronger and more resilient, while the head of the UN health agency noted that the “fear of Ebola is moving faster than the virus” itself.

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