Liberia, China sign US$18M agreement for brand new SKD stadium

Written on:October 13, 2013
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Foreign Minister, Ngaguan exchanging  documents with Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua

Foreign Minister, Ngaguan exchanging documents with Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua

An agreement to refurbish the Samuel Kanyon Doe (SKD) Sports Complex has been signed between the Governments of Liberia and the People’s Republic of China. Read more…

2014 World Cup Preview: Egyptian Pharaohs VS. Ghana Black Stars

Written on:October 12, 2013
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Ghana Black Stars

By Ralph Geeplay When Bob Bradley and his brave Pharaohs jet into the Kumasi Stadium on October 15, he will be facing a Kwesi James Appiah squad that has seen success under an African coach and that now has Michael Essien back in the fold and the ever dependable hit man Asamoah Gyan.

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Obama Proclamation on International Day of the Girl 2013

Written on:October 11, 2013
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U.S.President Barack Obama

Washington,D.C In observance of the International Day of the Girl 2013,U.S.president Barack Obama made a presidential proclamation.Here is it.

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Liberian News Editor Free For 30 Days

Written on:October 11, 2013
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Released Liberian journalist,Rodney Sieh

By Ralph Geeplay Lawyers representing FrontPageAfrica Editor Rodney Sieh have secured his release for 30 days in the Liberian capital of Monrovia. The lawyers contended that Sieh’s imprisonment violated various provisions of the Liberian constitution of 1986, including the prohibition against debt bondage in Article 12, the Equal Protection Clause of Article 11, the due process clause of Article 20, and the directive against extreme punishment in Article 21.

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Corruption in the Street Markets of Monrovia

Written on:October 9, 2013
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Liberian Marketers

Andrew Stroehlein in Monrovia, Liberia Published in The Independent, UK, October 8, 2013 “When the police want something, they just come and rob us,” says Patrick Davis, as his fellow street vendors in central Monrovia nod in agreement and push forward to tell their stories.

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MOLAC ,CLACI Stand in Solidarity with Protesters in Liberia

Written on:October 9, 2013
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Liberians Protesting Against their President,Sirleaf

By Duannah Siryon, United States of America As Liberians prepare to protest on Wednesday, October 9, 2013, The Movement of Liberians Against Corruption, MOLAC and the Concerned Liberians Against Corruption & Impunity, CLACI stand in solidarity with those Liberians who have made the conscious decision to say “enough is enough” to rampant corruption, nepotism, abuse of power, gross impunity, and bad governance in Liberia.

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Two Years Later: Nobel Laureate Continues to be Trailblazer for Liberia, Africa

Written on:October 7, 2013
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Dr. Leymah R. Gbowee - receiving her 3rd Honorary Doctorate in Mozambique

By Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa Staff, Monrovia When stories about Liberia are still at their see-saw best, one day in the low tides – and the next on high seas, it is good to note the calmness that at times comes out of the raging storm. We still have Liberians who continue to bring nothing but pride to not only our nation but the continent of Africa; Madam Leymah Roberta…

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World’s Press Calls on Established Democracies to Better Protect Freedom of Expression, Including South Africa

Written on:October 7, 2013
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Press Freedom

Paris, France and Darmstadt, Germany WAN-IFRA issued a resolution that called on the South African Parliament to amend the Protection of State Information Bill to ensure it contains adequate protection for freedom of expression.

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Government of Liberia Scrambles to Save Face After Public Embarrassment at UN

Written on:October 4, 2013
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Liberians Protesting Against their President,Sirleaf

By Duannah Siryon, Brooklyn Center Trying to save face from public embarrassment on the international stage from peaceful protest at the United Nations organized against President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by concerned Liberians who are tired with corruption, impunity and nepotism in Liberia, demanding her immediate resignation; the Sirleaf led government has sent three of its officials to Minnesota to do what some have termed as, “damaged control” to be making…

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Liberian Information Minister, Press Secretary & Liberian Ambassador to deliver special message to Liberians in Minnesota.

Written on:October 4, 2013
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OLM

Brooklyn Pak, Minn The Organization of Liberians in Minnesota (OLM) is pleased to inform the general public that there will be a Big Town Hall Meeting this Saturday (October 5, 2013) at 4:30pm at the United Methodist Church in Brooklyn Center (7200 Brooklyn Blvd, Brooklyn Center, MN).

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