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Media Workers Trained in Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency

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Conservation International (CI), in collaboration with authorities of the Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA), with support from Global Environmental Facility (GEF) has concluded...

Sen. Wesseh Set to Lobby for Creation of Media Council

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River Gee County Senator, Conmany B. Wesseh, has stressed the need for legislating the Liberia Media Council (LMC) that will regulate the activities of...

Observer @ 40: Liberia in the Drumbeat to War

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 – Narratives of Daily Observer Reporter John F. Lloyd The 40th anniversary of the Liberian Observer Corporation (LOC) has come with a glaring signal of...

Observer @40: Time for Sober Reflection of New Realities Facing the...

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By Maureen Sieh In its 40-year history, the Daily Observer has weathered many storms including five closures, imprisonment, and threats to its journalists and three...

“We Truly Have Been Blessed By God Almighty Himself”

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-- Daily Observer co-founder Kenneth Y. Best says as newspaper celebrates 40th anniversary Over hundred persons, including former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and many other...

‘Leadership Is Trust’

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-- NaFAA Boss Challenges FEJAL Elected Officials Emma Metieh Glassco,  Director General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), has challenged the inducted officials of...

CEMESP Trains Journalists in Media Research, Fact-Checking

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The Center for Media Studies & peacebuilding (CEMESP) with support from the British Embassy is providing capacity building training for journalists in research and...

Inquirer’s Managing Editor Grateful to God, But…

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In the midst of economic difficulties in the country, the Managing Editor of the Inquirer Newspaper, Atty. Phillip N. Wesseh, says he still remains...