It is 3:08 pm in Monrovia on Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The seized rice stockpile at Ganta Police Station
The Nimba Detachment of the Liberia National Police has charged County Health Workers for theft and criminal conspiracy in connection to the theft of about 200 bags of 25kg rice, 10 bags of beans and 15 containers of vegetable oil, intended for Ebola victims.

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
Amidst news of steady progress in the containment of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) which has killed over 3,000 persons and imposed a severe strain on the economy, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has requested the ratification of a 4th Loan Agreement this time to the tone of US$144 million for “the country’s development agenda after the Eb

Jallah giving updates on the National Ebola response
Restrictions on the movement of people, quarantining of communities and positive response to the frequent washing of hands and avoiding infested dead bodies have helped to reduce the infection rate of the Ebola virus throughout Liberia, according to Mr.

Supt. Selena Polson Mappy and The renovated building
A cross-section of citizens and some pressure groups of Bong County have complained about the “sub-standard work” being done on facilities that are to house health providers working at the Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) in Suakoko District in Bong County.

Ambassador Malac speaking at MOI press briefing
U.S. Ambassador, Deborah Malac has assured that the Ebola epidemic will become history just as other diseases of the past.

Cllr. Theophlius C. Gould and Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe, human rights lawyer
Cllr. Theophlius C. Gould, president of the Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) and Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe, a human right lawyer, have expressed diverse opinions on Article 87 of the 1986 Constitution of Liberia, which talk about suspension of rights under a state of emergency.

The seized rice stockpile at Ganta Police Station

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

Jallah giving updates on the National Ebola response

Supt. Selena Polson Mappy and The renovated building

Ambassador Malac speaking at MOI press briefing

Cllr. Theophlius C. Gould and Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe, human rights lawyer

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A lorry loaded with Charcoal at a Monrovia market

Monrovia Street Sellers Lament Drop in Customers

A weeklong survey of the nation’s capital, Monrovia by the Daily Observer revealed a drastic reduction in the number of consumers frequenting the markets and other major business centers.

Most of the major market buildings were completely without customers leaving frustrated and worried sellers sitting idle behind makeshift stalls as their unsuspecting children played happily around them.

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