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How Liberians Can Replace Damaged, lost Voter Cards

Liberians are anticipating a new date to conclude the October 10 election process, with many relishing the opportunity to cast their votes to determine...

The Little Girl Who Awaits UnityPoint Health Team

A little girl and her family in the Caldwell community, a neighborhood whose population has doubled since its road infrastructure was improved a couple...

Footballer Suffers from Mouth Tumor that Won’t Go Away

Family Appeals for US$5,000 for Treatment You may remember James Kpelleh Dorbor as one of Sese FC of Bushrod Island’s fierce defensive midfielders who played...

Cancer Society, SDA Hospital Offer Free Breast Screening

By David Yates and Robin Dopoe The Liberia Cancer Society (LCS) in partnership with the Seventh Day Adventist’s (SDA) Cooper Hospital will on Sunday, October...

The Great Presidential Debate

Today, as key presidential candidates face-off with their visions and ideologies for Liberia, Weah will be absent The election euphoria that descended on Liberia since...

Defense Authorities Deny Deployment Of ‘230 Nigerian Soldiers’

Defense authorities in Monrovia have denied report of the deployment of 230 soldiers from the Nigerian Army to beef-up Liberia's security sector during and...

Messengers of Peace: Dialogue Among Peace Messengers

Vote Peace - Part 2 By Gwendolyn Myers A lot has happened over the past three weeks, we have new winners for May and June, Youth...

66 Incumbents Up for Re-election

50 Lawmakers want second term, 15 seek third With seven days to the end of Candidate Nomination of the 2017 presidential and representative elections, the...

JFK Gets “New Pain-killer” Machine

The Gradian Health Systems has donated an anesthesia machine to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center to equip the institution during testing and...

Liberia’s Ebola Fight Receives US$52M Grant from WB

The World Bank Group (WBG) has approved US$52 million for Liberia, the highest among the three West African Countries hardly affected by the Ebola...

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