Aminata, Aureus Mining Sign US$90m Petroleum Deal

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MONROVIA, February 6 (LINA) – Local fuel importer Aminata and Sons has signed an over US$90 million contract with Aureus Mining Incorporated (Bea Mountain Mining Group) for the supply of petroleum products.

Only 5 People Being Treated for Ebola in Country

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Liberia says there are currently only five confirmed cases of Ebola in the entire country. At the height of the outbreak in August and September, Liberia was recording more than

MICAT Ebola Hour Key Presentors

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MICAT hosts two distinguished Ministers of Government Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 11am in the Charles Gbenyon Press Hall. Hon. Eugene Ngabe, Minister of Youth and Sports and Madam Julia Duncan Cassell, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection.
All Representatives of media institutions are encouraged to be seated by 10:30am

Liberia Entering Last Lap in Ebola Crisis

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A senior Liberian official says most of his country is Ebola-free and he is optimistic that cases of Ebola can be brought down to zero in a matter of weeks. Ebola cases in Liberia have declined from a peak of more than 300 a week in August to fewer than 10 per week in January. Liberia’s Minister for Commerce and Industry, Axel Addy, said Monday that 13 of 15 counties now are reporting zero cases of Ebola for 21 days, the period of incubation for the disease. Read more on http://www.voanews.com/

UN Official Warns Against Selling Disputed Lands

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The head of the United Nations Office for Human Settlement (UN HABITAT) in Liberia, Anthony Lamba, has warned land dealers against selling disputed lands.

 Lamba said the sale of land that one does not have legitimate claims to affects the peace and stability of community dwellers.