“Let’s Not Push Our Country Back To The Dark Days”

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-Pres. Weah Cautions Liberians His Excellency, President George Manneh Weah says Liberians and their international partners invested much time, resources and energy in restoring peace and democratic order from the specter of war and conflict experienced firsthand for decades to allow the country be pushed back to those dark days. […]

Hooked Between The Scissors

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-As Court Determines Weeks, Sirleaf, Others’ Fate Today By R. Joyclyn Wea Criminal Court “C” Judge Peter Gbeneweleh is expected to render judgment on the merits and demerits of criminal appearance bond filed with the court prior to the five executives of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) released from […]

“June 7 Will Be A Normal Working, School Day”

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-Weah Assures Liberians Ahead of the much-publicized June 7 planned protest, President George Weah has assured Liberians and foreign nationals that his government remains committed to the protection of the rights of all. The Liberian leader said all is being worked out for both protesters and non-protesters to be protected under […]

COP Rejects ‘Zoe-Bush’ Like Meeting

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-As Speaker And Others Worried Over Boycotts Of Another Dialogue The organizers (Council of Patriots-COP) of the much-anticipated June 7 protest have boycotted another negotiations dialogue this time with the leadership of the House of Representatives. They should have met with the leadership of the Liberian Senate on Thursday May […]

Global Library Institute Launched In Liberia

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The formal launch of the Global Library Institute has taken place in Margibi County, Liberia with a call by the chief launcher to Liberians and beneficiaries to see the launch of this initiative as a means of bringing light to the people of Margibi County. Mr. Gabriel G. Bedell, Sr. […]

Sen. Sherman, Others Remain Hopeful

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-As Govt Lawyers Struggle for Evidences in Sable Mining Bribery Case By R. Joyclyn Wea The government of Liberia is expected to drop criminal charges against Grand Cape Mount County Senator Varney Sherman and seven others at Criminal Court “C” due to lack of substantial evidence. Government Lawyers last Wednesday, […]

SUP Seeks Anti-Violence Strategy

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-From Council Of Patriots For June 7 By R. Joyclyn Wea Ahead of Friday “Save The State” protest in Liberia, the major student-based political Party, Student Unification Party (SUP) at the University of Liberia, is calling on the Council Of Patriots to host a mass-stakeholder meetings with all persons involved […]

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