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Additional Pictures from A Celebration of An exceptional Life of a Dedicated Servant The Home Going of Bindu Beatrice Taylor-Cooper Held at ST. Augustine Episcopal Church Kakata Margibi County

85 Wonderful Active Years. A Birthday Celebration for Burdie Urey Weeks, P.A. Ribhouse, Lakazee, Monrovia

A Celebration of An exceptional Life of a Dedicated Servant The Peaceful Home Going of Bindu Beatrice Taylor-Cooper Held at ST Augustine Episcopal Church Kakata, Margibi County

Matilda Outland (Lady) 75th Birthday Celebration, Sweet Beach, King Gray, Paynesville

Home Going Service for Victor K, Prall, Trinity Cathedral, Broad Street, Monrovia, December 28 & 29, 2018

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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 7th Annual Black & Gold Scholarship and Awards Ball, Paynesville City Hall, Friday, November 30, 2018

Home Going of Mrs. Isata Andrews-Grimes 11/16 - 11/17/2018 Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

Children's Christmas Party, LBS Paynesville, Monrovia, December 25, 2018

Ceremony for the Rebuilding of St. Patrick's High School, King Gray, Paynesville, Satruday, December 22, 2018

Inaugural Fundraising Event of the Alumni Association of St. Patrick's & St. Teresa Convent High Schools, Bella Casa Hotel, Sinkor, Monrovia. December 21, 2018

The 90th Annual Session of the General Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, Republic of Liberia


Certain antibiotics may cause aortic aneurysm, FDA warns

(CNN) The US Food and Drug Administration warned on Thursday that the benefits of fluoroquinolone antibiotics do not outweigh the risks -- which include aortic aneurysm -- for certain patients, according to the latest research. The research is based on reports of patient problems and on studies published between 2015 and 2018. Read more...

Article: The Misconceptions about Corruption

By E. R. A. Paulus

The word “corruption” is perhaps one of the most used words in the world by governments, organizations, individuals and in every sector of our society. What is really “corruption” that everyone preys on the word? Read more...


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How has Liberia's George Weah performed as a president?

As George Weah, at one time named the world's best footballer, marks a year in power in Liberia the BBC's Jonathan Paye-Layleh assesses his scorecard.

There is no doubt that at 52, George Weah can still work a crowd.

On New Year's Eve he invited his cabinet and supporters to the dedication of a private family church that he has had built.

During the late-night service, the president turned preacher, sermonising for several hours.

Dressed in white robes, he told the congregation at Forky Jlaleh Family Fellowship Church: "God has given each and every person talent that they can use for their own benefit." Read more...

Why Africa loves China

Contrary to what the West believes, Africans do not see themselves as victims of Chinese economic exploitation.

At the September 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Beijing, African Union Chairperson and Rwandan President Paul Kagamelauded the Chinese aid and investment strategy in Africa as a source of "deep transformation". Kagame argued that the cooperation between China and Africa is based on mutual respect and is for the benefit of both partners. This sentiment is perhaps shared by most African heads of states and governments if their attendance of the summit is anything to go by. Read more...


Angry Marketers Dump Garbage At LMA Office

Hundreds of angry marketers in the busy commercial district of Red-Light’s Gobachop Market yesterday, January 21, dumped garbage at the office of the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) for its failure to remove a stockpile of garbage that has made it unbearable for them to sell their goods.

Protesters blocked the road that led from Gobachop junction, making it difficult for vehicles with plantains, bitter balls, peppers, okras, pineapples and other vegetables to offload. Read more...

Liberia: Piles of Garbage Take over Major Roads in Monrovia

MONROVIA – Despite being in very close proximity, the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) reneged to collect and dispose of huge piles of garbage in Saye Community, Jallah Town. The community is right behind the MCC.

The huge pile of garbage almost took half of the intersection of 2nd Street and Jallah Town intersection. Residents say the garbage has been piling for almost a month without collection.

Isha B. Cole, a resident of the area who lives in a compound said that her children are getting sick because of the maggots and flies caused by the abandoned dirt. “There is no way for us to sit down because the maggots from the dirt comes directly in our yard”. She added that even the line on which they dry their washed clothes is often covered with flies. Read more...

Electrification gains a new boost with the launch of the Africa Power Access Accelerator

The Africa Power Access Accelerator brings together top tier partners to support the development of power projects in Africa, with first application window closing on the 31st March 2019.

Nairobi, Kenya (January 18, 2019) – Improved access to modern energy services is one of the fastest ways to drive socioeconomic development and poverty alleviation. In many markets, electrification has largely been the domain of governments, but the rise of affordable, clean distributed generation technologies is opening new opportunities for the private sector and for public-private partnerships. Access to affordable and clean play a critical role in meeting the household and productive needs of the 600 million people that currently lack affordable, reliable electricity in Africa. Read more...

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Happy New Year!! I wish for you in 2019 the best of health, true true happiness, and unconditional love!!💕😍😘

I am very pleased to be back in my original home town Beajah. in Bomi County, Liberia after a long sojourn of more than two years in my second home town of Bonn, Germany. Read more...

Think Social Security is just for the retired? Think again! There’s something there for everyone. When we think of Social Security, we usually think about a monthly check when we retire. The truth is the Social Security system offers a lot more than just retirement benefits. Read more...

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Farm Land For Lease in Nimba County

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The land is situated on the main Kpein road. It has been used for the following crops: rice, rubber, cola nuts trees and cocoa. The lease can run from 5 to 20 years and can be renewed.
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