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Another Mandingo business burned, police suspects chemical

Another Mandingo business burned, police suspects chemical

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Austin, Minnesota- Barely two months since fire engulfed a prominent Mandingo owned business on Woodland Avenue in Philadelphia, another business has suffered similar catastrophic in Austin, Minnesota. Layee Sako, owner  Full Article »

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Minnesota immigrants to share stories at Brooklyn Park City Council Chamber

Minnesota immigrants to share stories at Brooklyn Park City Council Chamber

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The Brooklyn Park City Council Chambers at 5200 on 85th Avenue North, in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota will today host members of the African community. The program which will be hosted  Full Article »

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Fode Kuyateh entertains Minnesota

Fode Kuyateh entertains Minnesota

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Fode Kuyateh of Guinea, West Africa yesterday visited Minnesota through the auspices of the Minnesota Mandingo Association, according to Fode this was one of the best visits so far in  Full Article »

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Liberians acquire community center in Staten Island

Liberians acquire community center in Staten Island

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The Staten Island Liberian Community Association, otherwise known as SILCA, will this Friday launch a one-stop hub community center in the Clifton-Stapleton area, on Staten Island, New York. The community  Full Article »

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Liberia is not about the kudos or glory of one woman-a journey 465 miles from Monrovia to Voinjama, a hair-rising torture

Liberia is not about the kudos or glory of one woman-a journey 465 miles from Monrovia to Voinjama, a hair-rising torture

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“It is obviously nice to commend everything the President does, but Liberians need to be prudent because the affair of the state is not about the kudos or glory of  Full Article »

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World Bank’s VP on projects in Liberia

World Bank’s VP on projects in Liberia

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Report by Sidiki Trawally Tokyo, Japan-The World Bank’s new Vice President for Africa says given the huge infrastructure challenges faced by Liberia, a fragile state, it is imperative that the  Full Article »