Monthly Archives: September 2018

France investigates Liberian suspect for crimes against humanity

France has detained a suspected former militant commander from Liberia’s brutal civil war and placed him under formal investigation for crimes against humanity for alleged atrocities including torture and cannibalism, police said Friday. A legal source said the man, identified as naturalised Dutch citizen Kunti K., is suspected of being a former commander in the United Liberation Movement of Liberia

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Murder Suspect Escape Police Custody – As Mother Of 7 Year Old Victim Cries for Justice

The yard of the Capitol Building was a scene to behold when the mother of a 7years old boy and scores of citizens came to petition the Legislature to seek justice for a murdered child. Several weeks ago, the body of little Victor Fahnbulleh was found with parts missing at the unity conference center in Hotel Africa Community, district #17,

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Doctors use ‘Chinese Light’ On Patents Due To Lack Of Electricity At C.B. Dunbar Hospital

The Administration of the C. B. Dunbar Hospital in Gbarnga, Bong County, has categorically trashed rumors that the Hospital is in darkness due to severe fuel shortage. There have been widespread reports in the County and on social media that C. B. Dunbar which is the only maternal hospital in the central region of Liberia has, for nearly a week

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Liberia – China Renew Agreement On Maritime Transport

The Governments of Liberia and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) have renewed an Agreement on Maritime Transport. According to a dispatch from the Liberian Embassy near Beijing, the Commissioner of the Liberia Maritime Authority (LiMA), Dr. James F. Kollie, signed on behalf of the Liberian Government while the Minister of Transport, Mr. Li Xiaopeng signed on behalf of the

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Bong Supt. Reaffirms Commitment to Complete Several Unfinished Projects

Bong County Superintendent, Madam Esther Yamah Walker, has reaffirmed her commitment to ensuring the completion of major development projects initiated by the County’s past leadership. Superintended Walker outlined the pavement of Gbarnga Broad Street, construction work on the Bong County Technical College (BCTC), the Sirleaf Market Project and the renovation of the Superintendent’s compound as major development projects that need

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Former Vice President Boaikai Gets Involve Into Humanitarianism

After leaving office, Liberia’s former Vice President Joseph Boakai is nowadays busy with the work of his foundation. The Joseph Nyumah Boakai Foundation has launched the distribution of 9,000 pairs of shoes, assorted books and bags to less fortunate children throughout the country. The founder of the foundation, Ex-VP Boakai said his desire to distribute shoes, books and book bags

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