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Dennis, a newly trained health volunteer in this remote jungle village, didn't merely speculate it was malaria - the child-killer that takes countless thousands of under-five-year-olds in Liberia every year.
If you didn't know that first word it might sound merely like some exotic place to travel, but ... Ebola is a scary disease.
Poor sanitation is associated with Monrovia, a city with sprawling neighborhoods hosting people from the countryside, most of whom were displaced during the civil crisis.
An UNMIL aircraft made an emergency landing today a few minutes before noon at Thinkers Village in Monrovia.
CH2M HILL projects were recognized with prestigious industry awards during the annual Global Water Awards ceremony hosted by the International Desalination Association and Global Water Intelligence.
The Foreign Minister of Turkey His Excellency Professor Ahmet Daavutoglu has expressed his government's deepest regrets over the shooting incident involving four Liberians that took place in Istanbul earlier this month.
The debate as to whether jailed ex-President Charles Taylor should be given his benefit as former head of state has been rekindled, this time between two prominent female lawyers here-Counselors Frances Johnson-Allison and Pearl Brown-Bull.
Frustrated to death, families of former National Transitional Government of Liberia Chairman Charles Gyude Bryant have issued a statement that shuns the state involvement in all activities relating to the burial of the former statesman.
Ecobank-Liberia over the weekend collected the kickball and football trophies in the just ended mini Olympic organized by the NEWS Newspaper.
The Unity Savings and Credit Union says the financial intervention of the Central Bank of Liberia in rural Liberia is a positive step in the fight against poverty and development of the country.
The April 14, 1979 Rights and Rice Demonstration and the April 12, 1980 military seizure of political power in Liberia are two events that altered the course of Liberian political history.
A presentation by Tiawan S. Gongloe As a panelist at a lecture series marking The Celebration of the 25th Anniversary Of the News Newspaper at the University of Let me first congratulate, Attorney Wilson Tarpeh, founder and the management and staff of this time-tested media entity for keeping it alive for 25 years.
Doctors Without Borders/MA©decins Sans FrontiA res is deploying more than 60 international staff and 270 Guinean and Liberian staff to respond to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which has so far claimed 135 lives according to official numbers.
The Ministry of Education which has over the years seen protest from teachers and other education workers over unpaid salaries and other incentives is once again in the spotlight over salary arrears to some education workers.