Liberia’s finance minister, others likely to face U.S. money laundering charges by FBI

NEW YORK, USA––As Liberia’s economic crisis worsens and budget shortfall looms, the country’s finance minister, Samuel Tweah and others are…

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Talk Show Personality Henry Costa Blasts President George Weah – “The Plundering of Liberia.”

The on and mostly off relationship between President George Weah of Liberia and fiery Liberian radio talk show host Henry…

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10 Most Corrupt Countries in Africa 2018

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From Country Giant to Country Ginna

The total votes tallied accounted for 98.1 percent according to a provisional announcement by NEC on December 28, 2017. It…

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Liberia: A Failure to Audit Means You Own Anything That Happens Under Your Watch

NEW YORK, Corruption and economic crimes in the newly installed government of President George M. Weah of Liberia have hit…

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Only in Liberia: A Legislator Wants to Run for Office to Become a Legislator

“You do not support politicians during elections if the only aim of the politician is to seek a higher salary…

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U.S. imposes financial sanctions on the former President of the Gambia Yahya Jammeh

Washington – Over the last year, various departments and agencies of the United States Government have actively collected information from…

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U.S. Treasury Sanctions Venezuelan Officials Associated with Corruption

Washington – The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four current or former Venezuelan government…

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Globe Afrique Calls on H.E. President Weah to Institute a Hiring Freeze

In light of tangible evidence of violations of the Civil Service laws of the Republic of Liberia, and statements indicating…

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Former U.S. Gov’t Immigration Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Stealing the Identities of Aliens

Former Chief Counsel Raphael A. Sanchez of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Office of Principal Legal Advisor pleaded guilty…

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