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BIN prepares for UNMIL’s drawdown

The Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization or BIN has ended a two-day self assessment and agenda setting retreat in Bentol, Montserrado County.

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Saclepea gets ambulance, ultrasound equipment

The proprietor for the Dorcus Memorial Clinic in Saclepea District, Nimba County, Bacchus Zeh, has donated an ultrasound machine and an ambulance to the district health team.

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Ellen meets Obama again

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected to meet U.S. President Barrack Obama at the White House in Washington D.C. this Friday February 27, as both leaders look forward to a stronger cooperation at this critical time.

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Ganta Ebola Taskforce demands benefits

Members of the Ganta Ebola taskforce in Nimba County are demanding allowance and benefits from Government. The aggrieved taskforce members in Ganta claim the Government has given other Ebola affected counties some money, so they need their share.

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PUL suspends Journalist Rufus Paul

The Press Union of Liberia has suspended membership of journalist Rufus Paul for six months. The decision follows a recommendation of the Grievance and Ethics Committee of the Union, which found Rufus liable for deception and bringing the PUL to public disrepute.

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Lutheran Church ends trauma counseling training

Following the Ebola Virus Disease here, the Lutheran Church in Liberia has for the first time conducted training for police officers, traditional leaders, including chiefs,zoes, and church leaders in trauma healing, reconciliation and conflict resolution. 

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LINCSA reveals pilot project

The Chairman of the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms or LINCSA, James M. Fromayan, has revealed that a pilot project to collect small arms in communities is ongoing in three counties.

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5 Cuttington graduates hail President Sirleaf

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has assured recent graduates on her scholarship of her continued support aimed at giving meaning to their lives.

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NEC and IFES Staff complete professional training course

Several senior employees of the National Elections Commission (NEC) and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) have completed a four-day professional Training course under the Strategic and Financial Planning Training Module of the Building Resources in Democracy Governance and Elections (BRIDGE).

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McIntosh smells defeat?

One of the contenders for the standard bearership of the ruling Unity Party, Dr. Toga Gaywea McIntosh has accused the chairman for the July 7, 2016 national convention of the UP, Bong County Representative Prince Moye and electoral committee member Representative Clarence Massaquoi of being strong supporters of Vice President Joseph Boakai, who is also in the race for the party’s top seat.

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