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MOJ worries over increased rape cases amidst Ebola

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MOJ worries over increased rape cases amidst Ebola

The Sexual Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) Crime Unit of the Justice Ministry has expressed worry over the continue rape situation by rapists across the country in spite of the Ebola epidemic.

Last Updated ( Friday, 21 November 2014 03:59 )
 

China prepares for road work

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China prepares for road work

Chinese contractors here have told President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of their readiness to start “active road work” in December 2014, in the wake of positive signs of improvement coming from Ebola Treatment Units across Liberia.

 

Catholic Hospital resumes services Monday

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Catholic Hospital resumes services Monday

The Saint Joseph’s Catholic Hospital in Congo Town, suburb of Monrovia resumes operation this Monday, 24th November after being badly hit by the deadly Ebola virus.

 

SUSU impeaches president

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SUSU impeaches president

The Executive committee and chapter heads of the Sinoe University Student Union or SUSU, convening here has resolved in a campus sitting and declared vote of no confidence in its president.

 

World’s 1.8 billion young people can propel development

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World’s 1.8 billion young people can propel development

Developing countries with large youth populations could see their economies soar, provided they invest heavily in young people’s education and health and protect their rights, according to The State of World Population 2014, published this week by UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.

 
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