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Piacaguera Channel Draft Reduced
GAC informed that the maximum draft has been reduced in the Piacaguera Channel at Santos Port where Usiminas and Vale Fertil are located.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
"The Land of My Fathera s Birth: A Memoir of the Liberian Civil War"
I have been called upon this afternoon to give a literary perspective on Nvasekie Konneh's book, "The Land of My Father's Birth: A Memoir of the Liberian Civil War."
A Comparative Law Perspective on How to Defeat Liberiaa s a oeMajor Public Enemya
The United States Government Human Rights Report recently summed up a grim indictment of Liberia's fight against corruption.
The Daily News
Rardin Takes Trial Advocacy Training to Liberia
Assistant Shelby County District Attorney General Kevin Rardin is leaving for Liberia next month for a week of trial advocacy training in the African nation.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Liberia: NGOs Welcome President's Commitment to Stop British Palm Oil Company 'Taking' Community Land
Global Witness and Save My Future Foundation today welcome the commitment by the Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to make any expansion by the British palm oil company Equatorial Palm Oil onto Jogbahn Clan land dependent on the approval of the communities affected.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Women, War & Peace
WOMEN, WAR & PEACE is a new five-part series on the changing roles of women in war and peace.
Liberia: Sirleaf Threatens to Sue Newspaper
The International Law Group , which represents the legal interest of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, has said it intends to initiate legal action against the Chronicle Newspaper if the management of the paper does not withdraw immediately a story it posted in its paper on March 7, 2014.
Liberia: 10-Day Training On Maritime Casualty & Incident Investigation Opens in Monrovia
The Government of Liberia through the Liberia Maritime Authority in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization has begun a 10-day national training course on maritime casualty and incident investigation.
Liberia: Catholic Teachers On Go-Slow Action
Alva Mulbah Wolokolie Authorities At the Catholic Education Secretariat and Catholic Archdiocesan Education Counsel Have Sent Out a Passionate Appeal to the Association of Catholic Teachers and Support Staff to Abandon Their "Go-Slow" Action Within the Archdiocese of Monrovia.
Liberia: New Appointments At Nocal - Waritay Heads Public Affairs
The National Oil Company of Liberia announces the appointments of two Vice Presidents to its Executive Team following a competitive vetting process.
Liberia: Westwood Intensifies Work On Gbarnga-Zorzor Road
Westwood Corporation, a Liberian construction firm rehabilitating the Gbarnga-Zorzor Highway in Central Liberia has intensified work on the 104 kilometer road ahead of the rainy season.
Teranga Strengthens Board of Directors With Appointment of Dr....
Teranga Gold Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Jendayi Frazer to the Board of Directors of the Company while Alan Hill will continue his transition to Non-Executive Chairman.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Africa: Adding Depth to Africa's Growth
Members of the private sector, donor institutions, state departments from across Africa, the diplomatic corps and media gathered at the Radisson Blu Gautrain Hotel today to discuss how African economies can continue growing, but also transform.
Liberia: Bidding Movement - Oil Company's Defense of CEO Backfires
The National Oil Company of Liberia came out swinging against several media report last week taking the head of the company, Dr. Randolph McClain to task for "undermining the ongoing oil sector reform process.
Liberia: GVL to Build Station in Sinoe
As part of its tender process, Golden Veroleum has led a two-day tour of a team of senior civil, electrical and mechanical engineers to the company's proposed mill and bulking sites in Tarjuowon and at the Samuel Alfred Russ Port in Greenville, Sinoe County from four international engineering companies.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
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Karin Landgren: Liberia: Empower Women, Transform a Nation
Liberian women are peacemakers, known the world over for their role in ending the country's brutal civil conflict, which ended in 2003 and left the country in tatters.
Liberia: Exercise Your Responsibility Seriously - U.S. Diplomat Urges Liberian Journalists
The Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy near Monrovia has urged Liberian journalists to exercise their responsibility seriously.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Flying high to boost appeal
And the organiser of the zip wire for Oxfam's Mother Appeal, local businesswoman Emma Scott, is urging people to support those taking part and come along to the event after seeing how it supports women in an African country.