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George Weah is unfit to lead Liberia

President George Weah shows that football is far more critical than leading this country of roughly 5 million people. George…

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Liberia needs a united opposition against the failed kleptocratic regime of George Weah

Liberia needs a united opposition and a civil liberties union to stand against the government of Liberia’s repeated failure to…

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U.S. Lobbyists Terminate Government of Liberia Agreements Totaling $600,000 Per Year

Immediately following Globe Afrique’s expose of an alleged money laundering scheme under the pretext of foreign lobbying by Nathaniel McGill,…

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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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Are Liberian Government Officials Laundering Money Under the Pretext of Foreign Lobbying?

WASHINGTON, DC | In under four years, the Government of Liberia has signed over 15 foreign lobbying contracts in the…

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The Economic Impact of Sanctions Against Liberia’s Minister of State, Nathaniel F. McGill

Carpe Diem, “Seize the Day,” says the U.S. Ambassador to Liberia The U.S. Sanctions on crucial players in President George…

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How the US seized ex-Gambia President Yahya Jammeh’s mansion near the US capital

Some amateur sleuthing and a chance encounter helped uncover how the former president of The Gambia had laundered his money…

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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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