Monthly Archives: November 2018

Black Monday -War Crimes Court Campaigners To Stage Major Protest To Memorialize 250,000 Lost Souls

Though the George Weah – led government has continuously remained tightlipped as to the establishment of the World Crimes Tribunal in Liberia, scores of Liberians who have one way or the other been affected by the country’s 14 years of civil upheaval will on Monday, November 12, 2018 stage a peaceful protest memorializing their relatives who died as a result

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BYC And LISCR FC Get West And North African Opponents In CAF Competitions

Liberian Football Association double Champions Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) and Knockout defeated finalists LISCR FC have been drawn against Opponents from Guinea and Algeria in the CAF 2019 Competitions. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) held the draw for the preliminary rounds of the 2019 African Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively recently pairing the Liberian sides against sides from

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Bong Police Charged And Sent 67 Persons To Court

Police in Bong County has formally charged sixty-seven persons with multiple offenses and sent them to court for prosecution following serious looting at Mining Company MNG Gold in Kokoyah District. The charging of the suspects follows preliminary Investigations after the Monday, November 5, 2018 mob violent action at the company that led to the looting of the facilities of MNG

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Yallah Dedicates US$42, 000 Elementary School In Bong County

A US$42,000 six-classroom elementary school has been dedicated to residents of Tuankan Town, in Bong County. The project was allocated by Bong’s Sen. Henry Yallah as part of the Legislative Support Projects program. Yallah said the allotment was made in the 2016/2017 national budget for the school’s construction. Lawmakers receive annual budgetary allotments for projects of their choice to be

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“Don’t Prejudice The Missing Money Probe”- Student Group Caution Legislature

As the controversial money debate takes another trend, a strong caution has been issued to the Legislature by universities students in Liberia. The Consortium of University Students Network says its attention has been drawn to the ongoing debate of claims and counter-claims about the controversial authorization and printing of new Liberian dollars banknotes between former Central Bank Governor, Milton Weeks

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