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A decisive position now for same sex marriage

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A decisive position now for same sex marriage

The high priority given equal rights for homosexuals in United States Foreign Policy activities may not have gone down well with many African nations. President Barrack Obama had instructed his officials to "ensure that US diplomacy and foreign assistance promote and protect the human rights of lesbian, gay, and transgender persons" around the world. In consonance with the foregoing, legal, moral and financial support would be boosted for gay rights organizations, while emergency assistance would be sent to groups or individuals facing threats, and asylum in the US would be offered to people forced to flee anti-gay persecution in their countries.

 

Charles Gyude Bryant: Leading the road to peace

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Charles Gyude Bryant: Leading the road to peace

Charles Gyude Bryant: Leading the road to peace, democratic governance in Liberia- A Tribute

 

Underscoring the WAHO/Health Ministers’ Meeting

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Underscoring the WAHO/Health Ministers’ Meeting

A six-day meeting of the 15th Ordinary Meeting of the Assembly of ECOWAS Health Ministers, under the auspices of the West African Health Organization or WAHO, is underway in Monrovia. WAHO, the specialized health agency of the Economic Community of West African States or ECOWAS, is holding the meeting in collaboration with the Liberian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare under the theme: Universal Health Coverage: issues, Challenges and Opportunities.

 

Dialoging for common ground

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Dialoging for common ground

The settlement of benefits of former soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia or AFL continues to attract public attention, especially when there are crucial national issues on hands. At the time progressive efforts were being (and continue to be) made against the spread of the Ebola Virus, especially upon being discovered in Liberia’s northern Lofa County, about a hundred widows of former AFL soldiers took to the streets on April 1, 2014  onto the grounds of the Capitol Building in a peaceful protest in demand of the benefits of their late husbands.

 

A call to national healing

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A call to national healing

As a result of the prevailing life-threatening situation in Liberia, the Liberian Council of Churches (LCC) in collaboration with the Liberian Fellowship of Full Gospel Ministers, Association of Evangelicals of Liberia, and the Christian Community has declared a weeklong fast and prayer for the nation. In view of the foregoing, the Church is urging all citizens and residents to observe this period of national Fast and Prayer throughout the Country which already began here Sunday, April 6 under the auspices of the Liberia Council of Churches.

 
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