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Funeral Service for the Late Deacon Christine Valerie Hoff - Williams (Lady Hoff), Effort Baptist Church, Weaver St. Paynesville, Tuesday, June 29, 2020

National Association of Liberian Business Women and Women Entrepreneurs Delivers 500 Mask to the Liberian Market Association, Rally Time Market, Monrovia, May 22, 2020

Fighting the spread of COVID19 - Rotary Club of Sinkor, May 2020

Ricks Institute Alumni Association, USA Presents to Athletic Department Sporting Goods Equipment Totaling $10,000.00 Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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Mali unrest: President dissolves court, opposition leaders jailed

Keita announces dissolution of constitutional court in bid to quell protests as opposition says more leaders arrested.

Mali's embattled president has announced the dissolution of the constitutional court in a bid to calm the civil unrest gripping the vulnerable African country, as more opposition leaders have been arrested.

The court had been at the centre of controversy since it overturned provisional results for a parliamentary poll earlier this year, triggering protests in several cities that on Friday descended into violence.

Clashes raged again in the capital Bamako on Saturday as demonstrators - angered by long-running security issues, economic woes and perceived government corruption - demanded the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. Read more...

Rep. Youngblood: 5th Death in 54th Legislature

Rep. Munah Pelham Youngblood became known as the Political Lioness of the Congress of Democratic Change (CDC), because of her “strong voice” — one year after her election as Representative of Montserrado County #9, when the late Sen. Geraldine Doe-Sherif resigned from the CDC.

She was regarded as one of the most remarkable and colorful personalities ever to come into national politics at the age of 28 (2011).  Great company, utterly irreverent, full of life and fun. Read more...

Toronto Cop and Son Charged In Connection to Murder of Alleged War Criminal

Bill Horace, who had been living in Canada for nearly two decades before his murder, allegedly committed heinous war crimes during Liberia's civil war.

London, Ontario police have charged a Toronto police officer and his son in connection to the murder of a Liberian warlord who was living in Canada.

In the morning on June 21, four men wearing dark clothing and masks entered the home of Bill Horace, an alleged general in the National Patriotic Front of Liberia who had been living in Canada for nearly two decades, according to police. Once inside the four men shot the 44-year-old and fled the building. According to the Globe and Mail, Horace survived the initial shooting and made it to the front door of his neighbours' house but was dead when first responders arrived. Read more...

'Rice price hotline' launches in Liberia

Liberians are being asked to call a government hotline if they spot any unfair increases in the price of rice over and above the approved rate of about $13 (£10) per 25kg.

Trade officials have also been out on the streets to ensure there are no artificial shortages, following complaints from consumers who say they've struggled to buy enough rice. Read more...

Africa Starts Opening Airspace Even as COVID-19 Cases Climb

JOHANNESBURG - As COVID-19 cases surged in many parts of the world, the island nation of the Seychelles was looking good: 70-plus straight days without a single infection. Then the planes arrived.

Two chartered Air Seychelles flights carrying more than 200 passengers also brought the coronavirus. A few tested positive. Then, between June 24 and 30, the country's confirmed cases shot from 11 to 81. Read more...

An anonymous post on Medium that said it was written by current and former Essence employees is part of a social media campaign for change at the groundbreaking Black media brand.

An anonymous essay published on Sunday criticized Essence, the groundbreaking Black media brand, citing an “abusive work culture” in which bullying and sexual harassment were common. Since then, Essence has installed Caroline A. Wanga, a former Target executive, as its interim leader and has also pledged to hire law firms to conduct a review of workplace issues. Read more...

"After Nearly Thirty -30 Years, Liberia Elected as Member of UN Economic and Social Council”

(New York, July 2, 2020) The Republic of Liberia was on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, overwhelmingly elected as a Member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) to serve a three-year term; beginning January 1, 2021, and ending on December 31, 2023. Read more...


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Liberia's ex-president to head WHO Covid-19 panel

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia's former president, and Helen Clark, New Zealand's former prime minister, are to head a panel to review the global response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mrs Sirleaf led Liberia during the Ebola epidemic that began in 2014, killing more than 11,000 people in West Africa. New Zealand has been lauded as a success story for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more...

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