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21 Bullets Found on Crime Scene

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21 Bullets Found on Crime Scene

Prosecution’s fourth witness in journalist Darlington Pelenah’s alleged armed robbery trial, Police Inspector James M. Kollie has disclosed that  21 bullets (single barrel gun shots) were discovered and collected from the “bloody crime scene” in Weeks Thomas’ yard in the GSA Road Community.

 

VP Boakai to Break Grounds in Voinjama for Roads

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VP Boakai to Break Grounds in Voinjama for Roads

The people of Voinjama, Lofa County are expected to benefit from feeder roads, linking Voinjama to other towns and villages in the county. Vice President Joseph Boakai is to shortly lead a high level government delegation, including members of the Liberian Legislature to the county to break grounds for the pavement of 2.85kms streets in Voinjama before the Christmas celebrations.

 

Boy, 10, Diagnosed of Cancer

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Boy, 10, Diagnosed of Cancer

A 10-year old boy of school-going age has been diagnosed of cancer in the blood.  His parents are appealing to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, humanitarian organizations and the public for help.

 

Traditional Council Angry Over Unemployment

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Traditional Council Angry Over Unemployment

The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTCL) has warned that development here remains elusive if President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf continues to appoint Liberians living in the United States.

 

Police Nab 154 Suspected Criminals

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Police Nab 154 Suspected Criminals

Days after President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf mandated a maximum policing in Monrovia throughout the Christmas season, the Liberia National Police has vowed to raid criminals in the capital and its environs.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 19 December 2012 01:59 )
 
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