• Eritrean, Ethiopian women discuss empowerment

    Saturday, September 22, 2018

    Ethiopians and Eritreans alike are celebrating the breakneck speed of a rapprochement between Addis Ababa and Asmara, two longtime enemies. Closer ties between the two will usher in a new era of peace and prosperity for the Horn of Africa. A hundred guests followed an invitation by Universal Peace Federation (UPF) Austria in cooperation with […]

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  • ‘Future of Work in Africa’ rolls out in Ghana

    Friday, September 21, 2018

    The Africa Internship Academy presents its inaugural Future of Work in Africa Event on Saturday, 22nd September in Accra, Ghana. The event themed “Enhancing Partnerships for 21st Century Skills: Youth as JOB CREATORS not JOB SEEKERS, using AIAs Approach” will focus on how Youths can be self-empowered through job acquisition in a technologically concentrated environment. […]

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  • President Weah should back justice for war victims

    Thursday, September 20, 2018

    Liberian President George Weah should show leadership at the United Nations General Assembly by announcing his government’s endorsement of justice and reparations for victims of grave crimes during the country’s civil wars, 80 nongovernmental organizations said in a letter to the president released today. Liberian, regional, and international groups sent the letter ahead of President […]

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  • Africans on target in Nordic football championships

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018

    Football leagues in the Nordic region saw a number of African goals over the weekend. In the Swedish premiership, Liberian-born Peter Wilson scored the only goal for Sundsvall in a 2-1 defeat to Orebro in the 21st round on Saturday. Wilson raised the curtains in the 24th minute. Nigerian striker Chinedu Obasi put Elfsborg ahead […]

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  • A new Africa-Europe alliance

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    On 12 September, on the occasion of his State of the Union Address, European Union (EU) Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Africa does not need charity, it needs true and fair partnership. And we, Europeans need this partnership just as much.” He added that “Today, we are proposing a new Alliance for Sustainable Investment and […]

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News

May
4

Swedes skeptical of nuclear power

Swedes are becoming increasingly skeptical of nuclear power with a new survey showing 50 percent of respondents want the controversial power source phased out. The report from the SOM Institute at the University of Gothenburg found support falling for nuclear power since a meltdown at Japanese power plant. With other European nations moveing away from […]

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May
3

LiRovia TV to promote Liberian films

Over the years Liberians, whether at home or abroad, have come to see the big splash the Nigerian and Ghanaian movies and music have made and continue to make in the world with awe as many are developing a sense of cultural nationalism. Many Liberians are eager to see Liberian entertainment, especially Liberian movies, to […]

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May
1

African Progress Report to be released

On Thursday, May 8th, the Africa Progress Panel will release its annual Africa Progress Report – Grain, Fish, Money – Financing Africa’s Green and Blue revolutions, at the World Economic Forum on Africa held in Abuja, Nigeria. Chaired by former UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, last year’s report Equity in Extractives – Stewarding Africa’s Natural Resources […]

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Apr
29

Ngafuan lauds blind association leadership

Liberian Foreign Minister Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan has applauded the Liberian Christian Association of the Blind (CAB) through its President, Mr. Beyan Kota for its farsighted leadership and the tremendous humanitarian work the association continues to provide by catering to the needs of blind brothers and sisters in the country., Minister Ngafuan, who spoke during a ceremony […]

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Apr
28

Tough pairings in African Cup of Nations draw

Ivory Coast and Cameroon have been handed a tough draw in the qualifiers for the Orange Africa Cup of Nations Morocco 2015. The duo was drawn together in the battle for the 15 places to join hosts Morocco for the final tournament next January. Four-time winners, Cameroon, will have to contend with rivals, the Elephants of […]

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Apr
27

Liberian police conduct worries US Ambassador

United States Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Malac Thursday  stressed the need for improve police conduct after she reaffirmed her government’s commitment to assist Liberia in building  the capacity of its national police force. Ambassador Malac said good police conduct towards citizens is significant in a democratic environment such as Liberia. She lauded the police administration for stringent […]

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Apr
27

APC Scandinavia condemns Nigerian Killings

The All Progessive Congress (APC) Scandinavia has strongly condemned the recurrent killings in the north-east of Nigeria, the abduction of 100 Nigerian pupils. The organization also condemned the ways the country’s leadership is playing bitter politics with the lives of innocent citizens.   A release issued over the wekend, and signed by the coordinator of the APC Scandinanvia Ayoola […]

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Apr
26

Liberia gets $800,000 for teachers’ training

Liberia has been given $800, 000 to enhace teachers’ education in the country under the UNESCO-China Funds-in Trust Teachers Education Project for teacher Infomation, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Africa.   The funds, according to Liberian education experts will be used to enhance and improve the country’s teacher training program through the pedagogic use of […]

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Apr
24

Food producers must adapt to climate change

ROME, Italy, April 23, 2014/Countries need to shift to more sustainable food systems, stepping up action to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva told participants at the seventh Forum on Agriculture in the Kingdom of Morocco. “Everything we do needs to take climate change into consideration,” […]

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Apr
23

UN helicopter crashes in Liberia

A UN helicopter Tuesday crashed in Monrovia, Liberia leaving the pilot critically injured. The pilot who sustained severe bodily wounds and nine other persons onboard the UN Helicopter 22426 survived the crash which took place at the Thinkers’ Village 20 minutes after it took off from the James Springs Airfield in Monrovia. The cause of the crash […]

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