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Is Liberia’s Justice Minister undermining the fight against corruption and economic crimes in Liberia?

NEW YORK – Liberia, an economically struggling and poorly managed country, has a compounded problem: billions of dollars in stolen…

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Indian national convicted of role in call center scam that victimized thousands in the U.S.

HOUSTON, TX — An Indian national has entered a guilty plea for his role in operating and funding India-based call…

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Ethiopia ‘passes gun control law’, a groundbreaking move in Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya – The Ethiopian government has been focused on national security and social protection throughout the country. As part…

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Liberian lawmaker promises to resign if the majority of his current colleagues are reelected

WASHINGTON, D.C.– Outspoken newly elected Liberian Senator Abraham Darius Dillon (Liberty party – Montserrado County) has warned his countrymen and women…

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Somalia’s capital Mogadishu paralyzed by car bomb attacks

NAIROBI, Kenya — A massive car bomb explosion occurred in a busy area of the Somali capital Mogadishu on Wednesday,…

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Al-Shabab killed 3 in Kenya’s Manda Bay Airfield attack: AFRICOM

NAIROBI, Kenya – Two U.S. Department of Defense contractors and one U.S. service member were killed, following an attack by…

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Int’l Financial experts concerned about Liberian lawmakers receiving a bribe to authorize the printing of new banknotes

NEW YORK – Several experts in the global financial market are quietly raising serious concerns about Liberia’s financial conditions, distortion…

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Several Iranian nationals caught in drug trafficking burst

SOWETO, South Africa – Authorities in Mozambique say they have detained 12 Iranians caught allegedly shipping drugs off the coast…

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War is not the answer to resolving conflicts: Egypt’s President Sisi

NAIROBI, KENYA – Amid rising tension between Ethiopia and Egypt, Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has said that conflict is…

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South Sudan’s 2,200 army instructors ready to start troops training

JUBA, South Sudan –  Ceasefire monitors in South Sudan on Monday disclosed that that about 2,200 army instructors are ready…

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