Abe Pledges US$83.4m to Sahel Region

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(ABIDJAN, COTE D’IVOIRE – Saturday, January 11,...

Africa Cabinet Government Network Elects Liberia

Africa Cabinet Government Network Elects Liberia

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – February 10, 2014) At...

Armed Forces Day Keynote Address

Armed Forces Day Keynote Address

Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen: This day was set...

Savannah State University Seeks Partnership UL

Savannah State University Seeks Partnership UL

(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Tuesday, March 4, 2014)...

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MONROVIA, May 5 (LINA) – Deputy Information Minister Isaac Jackson has described as “totally strange and unacceptable” a statement by the In Profile Daily newspaper that it will collect from government US$75 for each press release.

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MONROVIA, May 5 (LINA) -Former US President Bill Clinton has suggested that it is necessary to support Liberia’s post-Ebola recovery plan and assist President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf rebuild the country’s healthcare delivery system.

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Deputy Information Minister for Public Affairs Isaac Jackson has described as “totaling unacceptable unprofessional and unconventional” move by the management of In Profile Daily newspaper to charge US$75 per press release from government ministries and agencies published in the paper.


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MONROVIA, May 5 (LINA) – With only four days left for Liberia to complete the 42 days to becoming an Ebola-free nation, Information Minister Lewis Brown has urged Liberians to celebrate the rebirth of the nation.

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MONROVIA, May 4 (LINA) - UNAIDS Country Director, Dr. Betru Woldesemayat, has called on participants at the just-ended Joint UNAIDS and partners retreat, to make significant contributions to develop the new UN Joint Program of Support to HIV/AIDS in Liberia.

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Flashback: President Sirleaf at the Demolition exercise of the famous Omega Tower for the construction of  better facilities for market women and to ease congestion in the Red Light Market area.

MONROVIA, May 5 (LINA) -The decongestion of the Red Light Market and ensuring that marketers have a clean and safe business environment for their trading has again hit President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s priority ranking.

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MONROVIA, May 4 (LINA) -The European Union (EU) has reaffirmed its commitment to promote and protect freedom of expression and of the media worldwide, and to continue to promote the safety of journalists and other media workers.

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The Ministry of Information has strongly debunked a story   contained in the Tuesday’s edition of the In Profile Daily charging members of  Liberia’s  First Family of begging President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf not to prosecute suspended Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA) Ms Matilda W. Parker.


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MONROVIA, May 4 (LINA) - Margibi County Senator Jim Tomonlah has proposed a two-day retreat for members of the Liberian Senate to forge a spirit of reconciliation in the Upper House.