1,500 Volunteers Complete Ebola Vaccine Study

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MONROVIA, May 7 (LINA) - An official of the clinical trial known as the Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccine in Liberia (PREVAIL) has disclosed that 1,500 volunteers have successfully participated in Phase Two of the Ebola vaccine study in Liberia.

Sannoh Cites Bottlenecks In Anti-Corruption Fight

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MONROVIA, May 7 (LINA) -Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh has said the lack of “readily available capacity and resources” has created bottlenecks in prosecuting corruption cases in Liberia.

“I Have No Regrets,” Says Sacked Kromah

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MONROVIA May 6 (LINA) – Outgoing Deputy Police Director for Operations, Col Abraham Kromah, has said that he has no regrets for his actions and decisions while serving the Liberia National Police (LNP).

Sannoh Cites Bottlenecks In Anti-Corruption Fight

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MONROVIA, May 7 (LINA) -Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh has said the lack of “readily available capacity and resources” has created bottlenecks in prosecuting corruption cases in Liberia.

MPW Wants New Firm Complete Zwedru-Konobo Road

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ZWEDRU, May 6 (LINA) - Public Works Resident Engineer in Grand Gedeh County Pewee Kesselly has disclosed plans to replace the current contractor with another company to complete the remaining 27-km Zwedru-Konobo Road in the county.

Lawmaker Warns Community Radios Not To Be Insult Platforms

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MONROVIA May 6(LINA) -The Chairman of the House Standing Committee on Labor, Representative Christian Chea, has urged heads of community radio stations not to allow their airwaves to be used as platforms for people to rain insults on others.

Supreme Court Reserves Ruling In 13 Convicted Mercenaries Case

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MONROVIA, May 6 (LINA) - Chief Justice Francis S. Korkpor has reserved ruling in arguments regarding the 13 mercenaries convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment at the Monrovia Central Prison in 2014 for cross-border attacks into La Cote d’Ivoire.