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  • Liberia Makes Push for Ganta-Zwedru Road Project At Spring Meeting

    Heritage

    Finance Minister Amara Konneh and delegation at the ongoing Spring meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have held constructive country-level discussions with... Read more »

  • Lawmakers Split Over Bill to Increase Registration Fees for Aspirants

    Heritage

    The Chamber of the House of Representatives was a scene of heated debate Tuesday, April 8, 2014, following the reading of a report from the Joint Committees on Elections and... Read more »

  • PYJ Submits Single Currency Bill

    New Dawn

    Amidst the escalating rate of the United States dollars against the Liberian currency, Nimba County Senior Senator Prince Y. Johnson has submitted to the plenary of the Liberian... Read more »

  • Pro-Tempt Rubbishes Urey

    New Dawn

    The President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate has rubbished recent assertion of President Aspirant Benoni Urey that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf showed less concern for the... Read more »

  • Woods' Defends Public Works Record in Wake of IMF Concerns

    FrontPageAfrica

    With declaration by the International Monetary Fund that budget implementation through December 2013 for Liberia was constrained by revenue shortfalls and that the government of... Read more »

  • IMF Spring Meeting - Liberia Pushes for Ganta-Zwedru Road Project

    FrontPageAfrica

    Finance Minister Amara Konneh and delegation at the ongoing Spring Meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have held constructive country-level discussions with... Read more »

  • Ellen Dismisses Ebola Spread, but Death Toll Hits 12

    New Dawn

    While the World Health Organization is announcing 12 Ebola deaths in Liberia, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf says "the disease is not spreading" the way she understands it, and... Read more »

  • Ellen Expresses Condolences to Ebola Victims in Liberia

    FrontPageAfrica

    President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed condolences to the bereaved families and those affected by the Ebola virus and at the same time expressed appreciation to all who have... Read more »

  • Ebola Virus Continues to Rage

    Deutsche Welle

    More than 100 people have died from Ebola in the West African countries Guinea and Liberia, the World Health Organization has said. International aid organizations try to stop the... Read more »

  • Woods - Will Not Succumb to 'Political Circus'

    Heritage

    Former Public Works Minister, Attorney Samuel Kofi Woods, has voiced out, saying he remains open to both 'financial or technical scrutiny' to protect and defend his credibility and... Read more »

  • Gov't Wants Turkey Probes Shooting of Liberians

    New Dawn

    The Government of Liberia through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Monrovia has sent a diplomatic message to the Turkish Government, seeking explanation on the recent shooting of... Read more »

  • Nimba Launches Ebola Sensitization

    New Dawn

    The Nimba Health System has conducted a one-day awareness symposium on the Ebola virus, which has hit Liberian territory from neighboring Guinea. Nimba County, in northcentral... Read more »

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