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UN reiterates commitment to Liberia

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UN reiterates commitment to Liberia

The United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations,  Hervé Ladsous, has assured the Government and people of Liberia that the UN remains on the side of the Liberian people in the wake of the deadly Ebola epidemic and is prepared to support ongoing international efforts led by the World Health Organization (WHO) and others to contain the virus.

 

Weah warns citizens

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Liberia’s Peace Ambassador, George Weah, has warned citizens against rumors that health workers are spreading the deadly Ebola virus, and rather urged everyone to unite under the 90 days of the State of Emergency to combat the virus.

 

Watch team linked to mob violence

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Watch team linked to mob violence

The community watch team in Margibi County has been linked to mob violence, leading to the death of two men in Kakata, Margibi County.

 

U.S. troops ready for Ebola

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U.S. troops ready for Ebola

About 3000 US military personnel were being ordered on Tuesday for deployment here to step up the fight against the deadly Ebola virus that is ravaging the Mano River sub-region, US President Barrack Obama was expected to announce the move on Tuesday night in Atlanta, USA.

 

Businessman worries over Ebola

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Businessman worries over Ebola

A Liberian businessman has expressed fear over the wave of deaths in Bulorkolleh, Cinta Township, Margibi County. Moses Darmo, CEO of MOBEL Enterprise Incorporated Liberia located in Cinta Township, said he is in fear because people continue to die in the town from unestablished causes.

 
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