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Gunshots fired in West Point as govt quarantines township

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Gunshots fired in West Point as govt quarantines township

Gunshots were fired in the air as security forces (members of the armed forces and riot police)  clashed with angry protesters on Wednesday as government quarantined the densely populated West Point Community as part of efforts to stop the further spread of Ebola.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2014 22:55 )
 

Danger hovering over Liberia - Lawmaker fears

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Danger hovering over Liberia - Lawmaker fears

Representative Matornekay Tengbeh has expressed fears that chaos will emerge here after President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf shall have left the Presidency, if the next Liberian Leader will be uncompromising with citizens’ “rights and resistance.”

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2014 23:04 )
 

Curfew unnecessary - Chief Cyril Allen

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Curfew unnecessary - Chief Cyril Allen

The chairman emeritus of the former ruling National Patriotic Party has uprightly condemned the curfew imposed by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday night.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2014 22:59 )
 

Margibi authorities give Ebola update

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Margibi authorities give Ebola update

Authorities in Margibi County have provided an official update on the deadly Ebola virus in the county, highlighting several cases, including the death of 14 health workers out of 22 that contracted the virus.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2014 22:50 )
 

Stop disturbing me! Public Works Minister warns Church mother

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Stop disturbing me! Public Works Minister warns Church mother

Liberia needs all of the prayers that can be offered to invoke God’s intervention in the wake of the Ebola outbreak here, and Mother Oretha Taylor, spiritual head of the Living Prayer Evangelistic Ministry in Lakpazee Community, Sinkor suburb of Monrovia is willing to take up the task like many other religious leaders in the country.

 
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