Public Policy and Liberia: Impact, Results and Consequences

By Jones Nhinson Williams I honestly support and pray for the Liberian government to succeed and I also wish President…

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Arab League calls for the establishment of Palestinian state

KENYA, Kenya – The Arab League has called for the creation of a Palestinian state during the 30th edition of…

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Freetown’s Christ the King Hospital receives Spanish medical mission

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone––Eight Spaniard Medical Doctors from Malaga, Spain, have successful conducted free medical surgeries at the Christ The King…

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The Liberian Government Steps-up Development Efforts – Hires Top U.S. Law firm

Washington, DC – The government of President George Manneh Weah has secured the services of a top U.S. law firm…

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South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa’s son received bribe from a company accused of corruption

New York––The son of South Africa’s current President Cyril Ramaphosa has acknowledged to being paid by a company facing organized…

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Algeria ruling party supports President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s removal from office

PARIS, France–––Algeria’s ruling party, the FLN, has backed calls to declare the country’s ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, unfit to rule.…

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Presidency is not interfering with Constitutional amendments, says Egyptian Speaker

PARIS, France­­–– The speaker of Egyptian parliament says the country’s presidency does not interfere in any way in the proposed…

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Economic Absurdity at the Central Bank of Liberia: Beyond the Kroll Report

Introduction In this three-part analytical piece, we explore and analyze the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL); specifically, its role, during…

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Liberia’s economy in poor shape, ruthless recession looms with consequences for political uncertainty

WASHINGOTN, DC —The international Monetary Fund (IMF) along with several international institutions and business groups say Liberia’s economy is in…

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Africa’s fastest growing airline crashes, all 157 people on board feared dead

NAIROBI, Kenya–– Africa’s fastest growing airline, Ethiopian airlines, experienced the most horrible incident in its history with all 157 people…

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