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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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Bengoma grants four-year scholarship to two deserving students

Bengoma grants four-year scholarship to two deserving students

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The Organization of Liberian Mandingoes in The Netherlands, Bengoma, has awarded scholarship to two deserving Liberian students seeking degrees at the University of Liberia. The scholarship will cover tuition, books,  Full Article »

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Teleconference, a new scheme to protect Liberia’s interest

Teleconference, a new scheme to protect Liberia’s interest

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Teleconference, a new method to converge without facial interaction seems to be the way forward for most organizations in the Diasporas. While some U.S. based businesses, organizations, or families use  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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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 »