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Gasoline shortage hits Liberia again as inflation and recession continue

MONROVIA, Liberia – Liberia’s economy faces continuous challenges as basic things like petroleum importation, and non-functional refinery compound the country’s governance…

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Amid (COVID-19) panic, Ghana enacts and enforces strict travel restriction

ACCRA, Ghana – Ghanaian authorities have put in place strict travel and related limits as part of an overall plan to…

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CBL’s Response to the Coronavirus – Woeful at Best

The world is going through an extraordinary period of price fluctuations, border closings, and economic uncertainty due to COVID-19. With…

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Donor and aid-dependent Liberia refuses to pursue recovery of stolen assets

NEW YORK – Liberia has thwarted and rejected every national and international effort as well as commitment to recover billions…

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Catholic archdiocese relieves renegade priest of his pastoral duties in S. Leone

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone – The Catholic Archdiocese of Freetown has, with immediate effect, relieves Father Alphonso Carew of his assignment…

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Liberian lawmaker and others accused the country’s president of public theft and corruption

MONROVIA, Liberia– Several Liberians are reportedly accusing their president His Excellency George Manneh Weah of theft and corruption. Liberians at home…

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U.S. Government Files Lawsuit Against Telecom Companies for Transmitting Fraudulent Robocalls

“Robocalls are an annoyance to many Americans, and those that are fraudulent and predatory are a serious problem, often causing devastating…

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George Weah Asks Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Lobbyist Riva Levinson for Help in Rebuilding the Liberian Economy

It seems Liberia’s President George M. Weah cannot effectually move the development needle in Liberia without the support from Ellen…

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Former President Sirleaf Administration’s Alumni creeping back in Liberia’s governance

MONROVIA, Liberia – As Liberia prepares for its 2020 mid-term legislative elections, with dozens of current senators up for re-election,…

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WORLD ECONOMY IN CRISIS AGAIN

By Togba-Nah Tipoteh, Ph.D As the World Economic Forum (WEF) celebrates its 50th Anniversary, let us recall my Message to the…

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