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Save the Children renews commitment here

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Save the Children renews commitment here

The humanitarian non-governmental organization, Save the Children, has renewed its commitment to standing by Liberia in its difficult period and will continue to be a trusted partner in child protection.

 

China lands first batch to join Ebola fight

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China lands first batch to join Ebola fight

At least about 160 Chinese medical staff arrived here over the weekend to join the ongoing Ebola fight, as the rate of infection reduces significantly. The staff of 160 medical staff comprises medic experts, epidemiologists, doctors, nurses, engineers and technicians.

 

Dog saves kidnapped girl

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Dog saves kidnapped girl

A teenage girl kidnapped by unknown persons in Bopolu District, Gbarpolu County has miraculously been rescued from her captors through the desperate effort of a dog that accompanied her to the market.

 

Ellen makes new appointments - 3 Ministers out

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Ellen makes new appointments - 3 Ministers out

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has made cabinet reshuffle here, replacing the ministers of Public Works, Education, and Health, respectively.

Last Updated ( Monday, 17 November 2014 13:53 )
 

Ballot papers arrive

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Ballot papers arrive

Despite a Senate vote announcing the postponement of the December 16, 2014 special Senatorial elections, the National Elections Commission (NEC) announced the arrival of Ballot Papers Saturday for the said election on.

 
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