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The Ministry of Justice has threatened to suspend the operation of motorbikes in locations where motorcyclists engage in collective violence that lead to injury or destruction of property.   According to Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh, the government will also be constrained to impound any motorbike venturing on the street in areas where... + continue reading
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The Special Representative of the U.N. Secretary General (SRSG), Karin Landgren, wants Liberians apply the level of togetherness and resilience demonstrated against the Ebola virus to the security transition plan of government. She observed that applying similar level of unity will enable the country take over and maintain its own security... + continue reading
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(By Afp) Liberia can stage international matches again after being declared free of the Ebola virus, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced Friday. CAF took the decision after consulting the World Health Organization (WHO), who this month declared Liberia Ebola free. A board bearing the "11 against Ebola", a joint... + continue reading

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With U.S. senators no closer to reauthorizing the government's domestic surveillance program, the White House is sounding new warnings that the safety and security of Americans is being put at... + continue reading

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U.S. federal prosecutors have charged the chairman of Temple University's physics department in connection with an alleged scheme to provide sensitive technology to China. Xi Xiaoxing, a... + continue reading