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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.
War ravaged infrastructure, inconsistent power, and a shortage of hot water were a few of the obstacles Morgan State University School of Architecture and Planning students had to overcome in designing a library and student center, called an E-brary, for William V.S. Tubman University in Harper, Liberia.
The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare has established a laboratory in Margibi County at the Liberia Institute of Biomedical Research to test for Ebola and Lassa Fever.
After graduating from Fowlerville High School in 2005, teacher Sara VanderVelde has traveled the world to teach in places ranging from Farmington to Eastern China.
The Government of the Republic of Liberia announces with profound regrets the sudden death in his 65th year, of His Excellency Charles Gyude Bryant, former Chairman of the Liberia National Transitional Government .
Liberia's Finance Minister Amara Konneh says in order for countries to build the resilience to combat fragility, Africa needs a transformation based on inclusive growth for its people.
U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac officially launched construction of a 'feeder road' from Bahn-Payee-Zuoplay, calling the groundbreaking ceremony the beginning of a major commitment by the U.S. Government to support farm-to-market road rehabilitation in Liberia.
Guinea's health ministry said Tuesday that deaths from a devastating Ebola outbreak have slowed dramatically and the outbreak is under control, Reuters reported.
A criminal court in the Liberian capital Monrovia on Monday sentenced a 24-year-old Ugandan national, Shirak Nalwadda to four years imprisonment for unlawful possession and distribution of narcotic drugs.
Monrovia, April 16: The government of Liberia has announced that measures have been stepped up to contain the Ebola outbreak in the West African country.