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Gov’t Reneges on Assurance As Garbage Stockpile Poses Health Hazard

Gov’t Reneges on Assurance As Garbage Stockpile Poses Health Hazard

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John Kumeh, Whein Town, Paynesville, Liberia – After several  months of demonstration by residents of Whein Town Community in Paynesville, Montserrado County, it appears that their effort to grasp the  Full Article »

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Merge Liberian Media Institutions with Similar or Identical Editorial Philosophies

Merge Liberian Media Institutions with Similar or Identical Editorial Philosophies

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –The national president of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA), Moses D. Sandy is proposing the merger of media institutions in Liberia with similar or  Full Article »

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“No Decision Taken on Christianizing Liberia/Christian Country is not the Way Forward Politically” Amb. Sulonteh

“No Decision Taken on Christianizing Liberia/Christian Country is not the Way Forward Politically” Amb. Sulonteh

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- The Liberian Government is yet to make decision on Preposition 24 of the national constitution review process, which seeks to make Liberia a Christian country, says Jeremiah Sulonteh,  Full Article »

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Gambians in Minnesota Donate to Schools and Clinics in Africa

Gambians in Minnesota Donate to Schools and Clinics in Africa

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“Galvanize for collective goals” The General Secretary of the Gambia Association of Minnesota, Lamin Gibba, is calling on members of his community to galvanize support for the betterment of the  Full Article »

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Mamadee Sesay appointed Acting Executive Director of OLM

Mamadee Sesay appointed Acting Executive Director of OLM

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Brooklyn Park, MN, December 23, 2013:-The Organization of Liberians in Minnesota, OLM, has appointed a new volunteer Executive Director. The appointment which was made today by the Board of Directors  Full Article »

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Why Liberian Radio Stations Don’t Play Liberian Music?

Why Liberian Radio Stations Don’t Play Liberian Music?

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In most parts of the world, works of arts such as music, literature, or fashion are mediums through which people express and celebrate cultural and traditional values, and radio stations  Full Article »

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West African neighbors to settle maritime border dispute

West African neighbors to settle maritime border dispute

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Report by Loucoumane Coulibaly   BOUAKE, Ivory Coast (Reuters) – West African neighbors Ghana and Ivory Coast aim to settle a long dispute over their maritime boundary, the Ivorian government  Full Article »

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Editor Rodney Sieh writes from Liberian prison

Editor Rodney Sieh writes from Liberian prison

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Jailed for Journalism By Rodney Sieh MONROVIA, Liberia — IT’S not uncommon in African countries like Zimbabwe and Ethiopia for newspapers to be shut, and their editors jailed. But the newspaper  Full Article »

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A special feature on Liberia’s Independence Day celebration in Minnesota

A special feature on Liberia’s Independence Day celebration in Minnesota

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Produced and presented by: Lassana Bamba The West African state of Liberia on July 26, 2013 celebrated its 166th independence and nearly four hundred Liberians residing in Minnesota showed up  Full Article »

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Controversy surrounding Amara’s visit to the US: What Independent, Pro & ‘Anti-Amara’ activists are saying

Controversy surrounding Amara’s visit to the US: What Independent, Pro & ‘Anti-Amara’ activists are saying

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BY: James Fasuekoi’s Minneapolis, MN, [July 21/13]-What began as a fun but gradual listserv conversations among Liberians regarding an alleged misappropriation of a recent European Union (EU) funding to Liberia  Full Article »