September 23

  • West Africa: Scientists Project Tens of Thousands of Ebola Cases

    VOA

    A new study warns of tens of thousands of Ebola cases in West Africa in the coming months if swift action is not taken to curb this deadly disease. An article appearing in the New... Read more »

  • Liberia: U.S.$5 Million for Health Workers' Salaries

    New Dawn

    The Government of the United States of America (USA) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has donated US$5M to the Government of Liberia to pay... Read more »

  • Liberia: Woman Keeping Kids Engaged Under Liberia's State of Emergency

    FrontPageAfrica

    Looking to keep kids in the Baptist Seminary Community on the Robertsfield Highway engaged; Brenda Brewer-Moore came up with an idea that is now growing legs with some 157 kids in... Read more »

  • Liberia: Despite U.S. Support, Liberia Needs More Help to Fight Ebola [interview]

    VOA

    As U.S. soldiers arrive in Liberia to help with the fight against Ebola, Liberia's Minister of Information Lewis Brown is hopeful this will be a turning point for his country.... Read more »

  • Liberia: 199 Ebola Cases in Nimba - Asst. Supt

    New Dawn

    Nimba County's Assistant Superintendent for Development Teko Yorla has disclosed to our Bong County correspondent that there are 199 confirmed, suspected and probable Ebola cases... Read more »

  • Liberia: Welcome 'Uncle Sam' [editorial]

    New Dawn

    By now, well-meaning Liberians of all walks of life owe heartfelt gratitude to U.S President Barrack Obama and the American people for the manner and form they are intervening in... Read more »

  • Liberia: Rice Shortage Amidst Price Skyrocket - Liberians Complain

    FrontPageAfrica

    Amidst Ebola crisis in Liberia, many shops and stores in Monrovia are experiencing shortages of basic commodities, especially Liberia's staple food, rice on the local market due to... Read more »

  • Liberia: Double Blow Again - Two More Deaths in Shu-Rina Chain

    FrontPageAfrica

    Two more relatives of the late Miss Liberia 2009/2010 Shu-rina Rose Wiah have succumbed to death just a week after she died of circumstances related to the deadly Ebola virus.... Read more »

  • Liberia: War Crimes Arrest May Solve American Nuns Death Mystery

    FrontPageAfrica

    She no longer commands an artillery unit or security operations at the Roberts International Airport but far away from her homeland, Liberia, Martina Johnson's hideout was exposed... Read more »

  • Liberia: Males Mostly Infected - New Ebola Analysis Trend Reveals

    FrontPageAfrica

    As Liberia and the international community continue to fight the deadly Ebola virus, latest analytical review of the Ebola virus disease by health authorities in the country... Read more »

  • Liberia: Father of Twin Begs for Help

    New Dawn

    As the deadly Ebola virus continues to afflict the population of Liberia with the death toll hitting nearly 2,000, a father of a three month old twin in Margibi County, whose wife... Read more »

  • Liberia: Neyor Dedicates Lakpazee Intellectual Center

    New Dawn

    The Chief Executive Officer of the Morweh Petroleum Consultancy Group, Chris Z. Neyor, has formally opened the Lakpazee Intellectual Center to serve as a platform for the exchange... Read more »

  • Liberia: Bong to Shutdown Weekly Markets

    New Dawn

    Local authorities of Bong County have announced plans to shut down all weekly markets in the county. The acting clan chief of Kpatoilee Clan in Salala, Bong County, told reporters... Read more »

  • Liberia: Ebola Kills Five Police Officers

    New Dawn

    Deputy Police Director for Administration, William K. Mulbah, has told a US medical team visiting Liberia that the deadly Ebola virus has killed five officers of the Liberia... Read more »

  • Liberia: Talk Show Host Complains Rep. Nyekan

    New Dawn

    A Liberian broadcast journalist Attorney Mamadee S. Diakite has written House Speaker Alex J. Tyler, requesting a probe into a barrage of allegations levied against him by... Read more »

  • Liberia: MSF Distribute Ebola Hygiene Kits to Liberian Communities

    FrontPageAfrica

    Medical Humanitarian organization Medecin San Frontieres has begun issuing Ebola emergency kits to several communities around Monrovia. The medical group which has been at the... Read more »

  • Liberia: Ebola Epidemic Political Blame-Game

    New Dawn

    In recent months and continuing, the Liberian and international media has been and is active in the process of educating and informing the public about the spread of the Ebola... Read more »

  • Liberia: U.S. Troops Not Testing Ebola Patients - Health Ministry Clarifies

    New Dawn

    The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare has clarified that US troops who arrived in the country on Friday are not involved in testing Ebola patients at various health centers as... Read more »

  • Liberia: UMC Empowers Jorquelleh, Kokoya Districts

    New Dawn

    The Department of Community Services of the United Methodist Church, with support from the Norwegian UMC, has made additional donations of disinfectants to district Superintendents... Read more »

  • Liberia: Senate Consults On Midterm Poll

    New Dawn

    Senate President Pro-tempore Gbehnzohngar Milton Findley has announced that the Liberian Senate is holding a series of consultations with stakeholders, including the House of... Read more »

  • Liberia: 70 Drugs Dealers Arrested

    New Dawn

    Police authorities in Monrovia say seventy suspected drug users and dealers have been arrested from ghettos in several communities during a weekend raid. A statement authorized by... Read more »



September 22

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