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Liberia’s judiciary faces a test of time in dealing with ‘brutal police force’ vs. protesters

MONROVIA, Liberia – The Liberian judiciary which has had a daunting reputation and has been previously branded as corrupt, incompetent…

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Is Liberia melting in secret ‘agreements’ including its Senegal’s fishing pact?

MONROVIA, LIBERIA – In February 2019, it was nationally and internationally reported that Liberia allegedly secretly signed a fishing agreement…

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Liberia to enter a harsh recession after protests impact retail and other sectors

MONROVIA, Liberia – Liberia is set to enter a harsh and serious recession this month and possibly for the entire year…

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Influential clergy says Liberia’s ruling CDC party has a militant-terrorist wing

MONROVIA, Liberia – As tension and accusations permeate and unbound in Liberia, a senior Liberian clergyman, Dr. Samuel Reeves, accused…

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Int’l Financial experts concerned about Liberian lawmakers receiving a bribe to authorize the printing of new banknotes

NEW YORK – Several experts in the global financial market are quietly raising serious concerns about Liberia’s financial conditions, distortion…

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Angola recovers $5bn of stolen funds; Liberia, Sierra Leone, others mute on their stolen assets.

WASHINGTON, DC – Corruption is the single largest setback for Africa’s progress and economic growth.  But few countries and new…

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The U.S. Dept. of Justice and Other U.S. Agencies Are Poised to Assist Liberia’s Solicitor General Asset Recovery Efforts

The World Bank estimates African countries are losing between US$20 to US$40 billion every year through the exploitation of resources…

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Ghanaians, Ivoirians could face citizens’ backlash for exploiting Liberia’s minerals

New York, USA – Ghanaians, Ivoirians and others from Mali and Burkina Faso in Liberia could face backlash for illegally…

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Malaysia’s Palm Investor Sime Darby has no land in Liberia; Ex-President Sirleaf signed bad deal with them

ONTARIO, Canada – In a recent local daily publication, Malaysian palm company Sime Darby which operates palm processing on several…

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Liberia is on edge as reign of terror looms

By Moses Uneh Yahmia It is obvious that the wave of violence looming everywhere in Monrovia is the handiwork of…

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