Liberia

Economy-Liberia

Liberia Lobbies U.S. Senators to Qualify for MCC Funding Although the Country is an Eligible Candidate to Compete for the Grant

WASHINGTON, D.C., Deception and a total lack of understanding by the Liberian Delegation to Washington, D.C. show why the Government…

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Crime - Liberia

Moses Thomas a Former Liberian Military Leader Found Liable for Church Massacre

A former Liberian military commander who supervised the slaughter of hundreds of unarmed civilians at a church during that country’s…

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Economy-Liberia

Why Diaspora Liberians Matter

Why Diaspora Liberians Matter Ansu Opa Dualu No, Liberians abroad are not internet citizens, nor are they insignificant when it…

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Crime and Justice

Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh’s Attacks on the Liberian Judiciary and the Challenge We Must All Face

Comments and Analysis by Attorney Mark Jenkins from Greenville, Sinoe County. The former Associate Justice of the Honorable Supreme Court…

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Economy-Liberia

In 2020, Foreign Direct Investments to Liberia Remained Stagnant

NEW YORK – Today, the United Nations published its annual report on trade and development or foreign direct investments. Again,…

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Human Rights

Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for continuous Labor Abuse

Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for…

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News

U.S. Attorney’s Office Charges a Nigerian, who worked as a U.S. immigration officer, of Illegally Obtaining U.S. Citizenship

Modestuc Nwagubwu Ifemembi, who is charged under the false name of “Karl Nwabugwu Odike Ifemembi,” 48, worked for the United…

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Liberia

Trump Hits Liberia and Several African Countries with $15,000 Visa Rule

WASHINGTON – As the U.S. bids adieu to the Trump Administration, the outgoing President issued a new temporary rule that…

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Opinion-Liberia

Under President Elliott Wreh Wilson, Tubman University survives on past glory

By Thomas Wilbur Davis Our society is failing and falling because we refused to RIGHT the WRONGS! Our refusal may…

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Opinion-Liberia

The One Billion Dollar Challenge (Synopsis)

By Ansu Opa Dualu Boston, Massachusetts Introduction This initiative intends to prove that we Liberians can rise above petty differences…

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