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The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) has said Liberia continues to experience huge land conflicts in Montserrado, Margibi, Nimba, Bong, and Grand Bassa counties as these are the "red zones" of land conflicts in the country. This assertion comes against the current backdrop of a spate of land-related conflicts which appear to be on the increase. Dr. Cecil T. O. Brandy,...
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Among other recommendations for election reform in Liberia The Carter Center (TCC) on Monday, December 10, released the final report from its observation mission of Liberia’s 2017 elections, outlining key findings and offering recommendations for reform to strengthen the country’s electoral process. TCC’s international election observation reflects the Center’s long-term commitment to support democratic development and improve health in the country....
Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) Chief of Staff, Major General Prince C. Johnson, III, has reiterated its readiness to deal with people, particularly "politicians" who continue to make political utterances on issues relative to the security of the state, as doing so, without knowing the consequences, is tantamount to undermining the country's peace. Gen. Johnson's warning came in the wake...
President George Weah has acknowledged the meaningful role the Catholic Church continues to play over the years in Liberia, an Executive Mansion release has said. According to the release, President Weah made the acknowledgement shortly after he received Letters of Credence from the Vatican Envoy to Liberia, Ambassador Reverend Monsignor Dagoberto Campos Salas, on Monday, December 10, 2018, in Monrovia. President...
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-As Supreme Court puts Sable Mining bribery case on track After months of delay, the Supreme Court has now resolved to mandate Senator Varney Sherman of Grand Cape County to produce evidence that the e-mail which was reported to have been exchanged between him and executives of Sable Mining Africa Limited and obtained from South Africa by the prosecution was...
As part of its culture of appreciating staff contributions and long service, the Liberian Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) on Friday, December 7, honored several employees for service to the bank over the course of a decade or more and for their meaningful contributions. The ceremony was held over the weekend at the LBDI’s 53rd-anniversary celebration at its headquarters...
-Will include 20 SMEs, 30 instructional staff implemented by MYS The Ministry of Youth & Sports (MYS) has proposed three interventions to be implemented to provide employment for over 27, 000 Liberian youth in the most vulnerable communities across the country in order to lift them out of poverty. “These interventions are the Youth Opportunities Project (YOP) funded by the World...
The leadership of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) in partnership with the Liberia Business Association (LIBA) on Saturday, December 8, for the first time, held a one day trade fair aimed at promoting ‘Made In Liberia' products. The occasion, which took place in central Monrovia brought together dozens of entrepreneurs from around the country and was graced by the...
Today in Malaysia, organizations, individuals and entities from Asia, North America, Africa, Oceania and Europe were recognised at the Third annual Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani International Anti-Corruption Excellence (ACE) Award 2018. Held to coincide with International Anti-Corruption Day on the 9th December, the winners were presented their award by His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani,...
The founder and senior managing partner of FABRAR Liberia Incorporated, Madam Jeanine Cooper, has extolled graduates of the William R. Tolbert College of Agriculture & Forestry at the  University of Liberia (UL) to keep in mind that society will look up to them for not just food production but as anchors of Liberia’s development. The managing partner of the agriculture...

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