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President Ellen Johnson Sirelaf’s “House of Cards” in Liberia’s elections

Cllr. Varney Sherman (left) and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (right) Why she doesn’t trust the current Unity Party candidate and…

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Yemen’s Calamity Is of Damning Proportions

It is hard to imagine that along with the catastrophe that has been inflicted on Syria for the past six…

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U.N. Brought Cholera to Haiti. Now It Is Fumbling Effort to Atone

Courtesy of The New York Times Written by Rick Gladstone Even as the United Nations expresses growing alarm over a…

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Liberia’s 2017 Presidential Election: The Danger of Identity Politics and Tribalism

By Jones Nhinson Williams In defense of decriminalizing marijuana use globally, former United Nations’ secretary general, Kofi Annan, once wrote…

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South Sudan in Crisis as Famine is Declared

Some women arrived to have children examined in a clinic in northern South Sudan (Picture: UNICEF) North Africa –-Famine has…

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Somalia’s Parliamentary Election: The Face of Fraud And Corruption

Considerable instances of fraud, cheating, corruption and voter intimidation have marred the ongoing parliamentary elections in war ravaged Somalia. Gen…

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