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Crimes, Mental illness and Behaviour Analysis

An evaluator needs only a high level of clinical knowledge and skills but also considerable knowledge of the legal system.

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Op-Ed: On the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day

On this 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, it is important to recognize that women globally have made significant gains.  Despite the progress, vast inequalities persist.

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Final Moments: What Role Did Egypt Army Play in Ousting President Mubarak?

The full picture of the exact role played by the Egyptian army in forcing President Hosni Mubarak to step down has yet to emerge. The moment the president deployed the army on 28 January to deal with the growing protest movement, it became obvious to everyone that the soldiers would hold the key to his survival.

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As the Rule-of-Men Reigns Supreme on Capitol Hill, Liberians Move to Enforce Equality, For All

Imagine that a nation, established to serve as an asylum from the most grinding oppression, would enact and seek to retain a discriminatory law that says its female citizens, including its current president, attorney general, two justices of its supreme court, and about 14% of its legislators cannot pass citizenship to their children born abroad.

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Where Is Justice In Our Courts’ System (Pt.1)

It was Justice Francis Kporkpor, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court who told a story of a judge who had arrived at 2:00 PM for a trial he had scheduled for 10:00 AM.

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UP’s Headache

As the 2011 general and presidential elections draws nearer and maintaining my position that madam Sirleaf is the best presidential candidate for now, I feel so guilty if my observations and disappointments in our standard bearer and some handpicked executive of the old Unity party are not mentioned for ratification by our knew merger.

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View Point: Statement on Liberian Refugee situation in Ghana

According to Modernghana.com, 5 Liberian refugees have reportedly been shot dead by Ghanaian police at the Buduburam Refugee Settlement outside Accra during a riot over leadership.

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Rainbow Coalition: How Possible

Liberians from all parts of the country will be going to the polls to elect a new President. This will be the second truly democratic post war election. Innumerable parties have already registered, yet Liberians seem not to have seen any party or coalition of parties capable of influencing the ruling Unity Party. Liberians have been yearning for a rainbow coalition, something, if not realized, according to the majority of the people, could make the elections a mare formality for the Unity Party. The New Dawn has been talking to some Liberians on the issue.

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The Rapid Re-emergence of A Once Failed State

Six years into her historic Presidency as the 1st democratically elected woman Head of State of an African country, the euphoria which greeted the event in 2005, is still well alive in Liberia and around the world.  President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has weathered the storm and lived up to the task, despite the daunting challenges that faced her when she walked into office.  She was prepared and “hit the ground running.”

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Counting the Successes At Transport and Transforming GSA (Pt2)

The General Services Agency or GSA is the official custodian of all government assets ranging from buildings, vehicles to chairs and desks.  The GSA as custodian of all government assets is responsible for all government properties, including private buildings rented by government and government buildings rented by private individuals.

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