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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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Mandingo Caucus of Liberia spearheads book launching, upsurge of zest grasps Monrovians

Mandingo Caucus of Liberia spearheads book launching, upsurge of zest grasps Monrovians

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In continuation of the book tour that has gone from Philadelphia to Minneapolis and New York, the author of  “The Land of My Father’s Birth,” Nvasekie Konneh, leaves soon for  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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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 »