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By: Rev. Torli H. Krua On Friday, September 26, 2014, President Obama, extended Protected Status (DED) to certain Liberians who fled a brutal civil war and entered the USA before October 2002. While it is commendable that this group of Liberians have been protected, there are over 7000 similarly situated Liberians excluded from this "... + continue reading
Tuesday, 30/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
The head of the United States Army troops deployed in Liberia, Maj./Gen. Darryl Williams, has said his soldiers will remain until the Ebola virus is kicked out of Liberia. He made the statement in the office of Vice President Joseph N. Boakai at the Capitol Building in Monrovia on Monday when he and U.S Ambassador Deborah Malac paid VP Boakai a... + continue reading
Tuesday, 30/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
A prominent citizen of Lofa County, Alhaji G. V. Kromah, has commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for seeking the United States government’s intervention in the fight against Ebola. Kromah, a professor of International Relations at the state-run University of Liberia, said the request by the Liberian leader to the U.S. government on... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 30/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
By: Rev. Torli H. Krua On Friday, September 26, 2014, President Obama, extended Protected Status (DED) to certain Liberians who fled a brutal civil war and entered the USA before October 2002.... + continue reading

World News

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Tuesday, 30/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
DUBAI, UAE, September 30, 2014/ -- African Press Organization has been invited as VIP Guest to attend the second Africa Global Business Forum (www.africaglobalbusinessforum.com), the region’s... + continue reading

Liberia News

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Saturday, 27/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
Liberia's chief medical officer has put herself under quarantine for 21 days, after one of her assistants died from the deadly Ebola virus. Bernice Dahn, a deputy health minister, said she had no... + continue reading