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Remarks by Ambassador Rachel Gbenyon Diggs to the Liberian Women Advocacy to End Violence in Liberia at the Delaware Symposium on September 17, 2022

BY AMBASSADOR RACHEL GBENYON DIGGS Good Afternoon!  What a great opportunity and what appropriate timing to address the escalation of…

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The Fleecing of Liberia – Liberia’s Maritime Lobbying in Washington and Weah Begs for a Meeting with Vice President Harris

WASHINGTON – Liberia’s Maritime, along with its shipping registry, LISCR, is spending $45,000 per month on lobbying efforts in Washington,…

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US Deputy Treasury Secretary warns Russia is trying to bypass Western Sanctions via Turkey

WASHINGTON (Globe Afrique) – In a conversation with Turkey’s Deputy Finance Minister Yunus Elitas, United States Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally…

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Kleptocracy: Justice Department Secures Forfeiture of Maryland Property Purchased with $3.5 Million in Alleged Corruption Proceeds Linked to Ex-President of The Gambia

The Department of Justice, pursuant to a court-ordered default judgment and final order of forfeiture entered on May 24, has…

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Glencore International A.G. Agrees to Pay Over $1.1 Billion in Fines for bribing officials in Nigeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

Glencore International A.G. (Glencore) and Glencore Ltd., both part of a multi-national commodity trading and mining firm headquartered in Switzerland,…

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Liberia’s Road to Asset Recovery: The U.S. Kleptocracy Asset Recover Rewards Program

The United States Congress established the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program to further the U.S. government’s commitment to combating foreign…

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Higher prices and gasoline shortages are causing social unrest in South America

ARGENTINA – Argentina’s police decided to block one of the major roads leading into the capital Buenos Aires to stop…

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President Joe Biden Suspends Until June 30, 2024, Deportation of Liberians Under D.E.D.

The United States President Joseph R. Biden JR. suspended until June 30, 2024, the deportation of any Liberian national or…

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Security remains a crucial element in Nigeria as several gunmen attack a train near Abuja

ABUJA, Nigeria (GA) — Security remains a crucial element to Nigeria’s growth and development. On Monday, eyewitnesses reported that several…

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The U.S. to Extradite and Prosecute the Former President of Honduras on Drug Charges

GLOBE AFRIQUE — Honduras’ Supreme Court on Monday approved the extradition of former President Juan Orlando Hernández to the United…

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