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New Agriculture Minister’s Appointment a Clear Sign President Weah is Ready for a Real Change

By Jones Nhinson Williams COMMON SENSE LAND – Sister Melissa, a caring Catholic nun and Christian Doctrine teacher at my…

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A Plea To Comrade Brother Henry P. Costa

By Martin K. N. Kollie Activist and Columnist, martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com January 13, 2020 Greetings and shalom to you wherever you are…

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Liberia: Budget shortfall Imminent as Government faces Major Revenue Shortfall

MONROVIA, Liberia – The government of Liberia is poised to face a grave budget shortfall and deficit as the Liberia…

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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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Does VP Jewel Howard Taylor Have a Future in the CDC-led Coalition Administration?

From Up To Down After 24 Months – Does Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor Have A Future In CDC? By Martin…

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Liberia, Sierra, and Ivory Coast Seek Investors As They Expand Oil Exploration Licensing

Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Ivory Coast are in the hunt for investors to explore for oil and gas as they…

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The U.S. Approves First Vaccine for the Prevention of the Ebola Virus Disease that Killed Over 11,000 in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the approval of Ervebo, the first FDA-approved vaccine for the prevention of Ebola…

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Liberia: Henry Costa, President Weah’s Most Vehement Critic Barred from Leaving Liberia

Liberian Immigration Officials Turn Back Henry Costa from Travelling to the United States After leading several large peaceful protests against…

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Liberia leads in ‘Conflict of Interest’ Saga in Africa: the case of the health minister

MONROVIA, Liberia – Around the world and especially in advanced democracies and developed nations, governments established and abide by criminal…

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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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