Liberia

By benim
In Liberia
Sep 1st, 2014
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The Ebola crisis has handed Liberia its most serious medical crisis in its 169 year-history.  It came at a time when the nation was poised  to mark of the most important achievements in its post-war history, the rebuilding and reinstallation of the Mount Coffee Hydro Electric Plant.  T...
By benim
In Liberia
Sep 1st, 2014
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The Ebola crisis has handed Liberia its most serious medical crisis in its 169 year-history.  It came at a time when the nation was poised  to mark of the most important achievements in its post-war history, the rebuilding and reinstallation of the Mount Coffee Hydro Electric Plant.  T...
By benim
In Liberia
Sep 1st, 2014
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By benim
In Liberia
Sep 1st, 2014
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By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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The Government of Liberia on Saturday, August 30, suddenly released the people of West Point after 10 days under quarantine. Up to press time Sunday evening, all efforts to contact government officials for an explanation as to why the quarantine had been lifted so abruptly proved futile. Officials wh...
By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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West Pointers marched to the residence of their representative, Rep. Solomon George, to express their disappointment in his failure to speak for them in this time of crisis in their lives. The Government of Liberia on Saturday, August 30, suddenly released the people of West Point after 10 days under...
By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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Armed men “dressed in police uniform” went about terrorizing and raiding communities in the Paynesville area during the early morning hours of Saturday, August 30, shortly after midnight, making away with lots of cash, jewelry and other valuables and leaving at least one person severely i...
By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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Mr. Peter George, a dietitian at the United States Embassy near Monrovia, had just gotten paid when he was attacked Saturday morning. He fainted after the attackers gashed his head with a knife, and had to be treated several stitches. Armed men “dressed in police uniform” went about terro...
By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Liberia’s leading opposition party, has warned of a serious consequences if Defense Minister Brownie Samukai remains on the panel that is investigating the West Point shooting of 16 year-old Shakie Kamara. President Johnson Sirleaf last week included Sa...
By benim
In Liberia
Aug 31st, 2014
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The opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) argues that naming Samukai to the panel investigating the death of Shaki Kamara means instructing him to investigate himself The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Liberia’s leading opposition party, has warned of a serious consequences if ...