Economic Stabilization and Liberia’s Looming Recession

I can confidently predict that without a strong monetary policy framework from the Central Bank of Liberia, on December 31,…

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Open defecation in Nigeria: Why the government’s campaign is failing

By Paul Adepoju IBADAN, Nigeria — Attention to the issue of open defecation has often focused on India, which is…

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Several Africans with U.S. citizenship and working in elected and policy positions in African governments could lose their U.S. nationality

NEW YORK, USA – from southern Africa to West Africa and from East Africa to North Africa, there are hundreds…

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Kenya’s parliament shamefully ordered female lawmaker with a baby out from session

Female MPs have walked out of Kenya’s parliament in solidarity with a colleague who was ordered to leave because she…

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Libyan rebel army claims it shot down a rival gov’t fighter jet

TRIPOLI, Libya –  The eastern-based army in Libya announced on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, that it shot down a fighter…

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US Slaps Venezuela-related sanctions on five Monrovia-based companies

Back on March 8, 2015, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13692, which initiated sanctions against the Venezuela government of…

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Weah, Koijee Risk Prosecution by the International Criminal Court for Election Violence

Washington (Globe Afrique) – Liberia is slowly inching towards state-sponsored terrorism and violence against its citizens. Fatou Bensouda, the Chief…

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Desert Flower Foundation increases global awareness about FGM, makes impact in West Africa

NEW YORK, USA- Founded by the global United Nations goodwill ambassador for the abolition of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), Waris…

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Zambia unveils a project to build 1,000 houses for poor people

NAIROBI, Kenya — Zambian President Edgar Lungu on Wednesday launched an ambitious initiative that will focus on the construction of…

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Namibia remains inundated by wide-ranging wealth gap, income disparities: president

PRETORIA, South Africa – President Hage Geingob of Namibia on Wednesday said despite his country’s achievements in governance, deficits persist…

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