• Sweden tackles most serious effects of no-deal Brexit

    Wednesday, January 16, 2019

    In a memorandum, proposals are presented that aim to counter the most serious consequences of a no-deal Brexit for United Kingdom nationals currently living and working in Sweden. The proposals will only become relevant should the UK leave the European Union without an agreement on transition regulations being in place. The proposals in the memorandum […]

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  • NABA begins 2019 with a look at Africa’s business future

    Tuesday, January 15, 2019

    The Norwegian-African Business Association (NABA) is beginning the new year with a look into the future- what will happen in Africa this year. For the organization, which has 126 member-companies operating in 44 African countries, first off is a members’ meeting on January 24 in Oslo, Norway focus on providing updates for business, politics and […]

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  • The problem with Liberian public education

    Tuesday, January 15, 2019

    There is a popular saying that religion has no place in public schools or any other public sphere. This idea is propagated under the guise of “the separation of church and state.” This false notion has influenced Liberian state education, and it has subjected itself to purge religious literacy out of public school learning curriculum, […]

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  • 27 days of fast and prayer in Gothenburg

    Sunday, January 13, 2019

    A 27-day fast and prayer program organized by the Family Worship Center (FWC) in Gothenburg, Sweden kicked off on January 7 with the aim to seek the face of God in the new year. FWC’s Pastor Ola Oluayo told Nordic Africa News that “it is a new year and we believe that we don’t have […]

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  • Sweden: Eritrean striker Goitom remains AIK captain

    Friday, January 11, 2019

    Eritrean international Henok Goitom will stay on as captain of newly-crowned Swedish football champions, AIK. After taking over as skipper last season, the Eritrean striker led AIK to its first Allsvenskan win since 2009, scoring 12 times in the campaign to be the club’s top markman. The 34-year-old was rewarded with a new contract which […]

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News

Jan
4

Six principles of the Liberian constitution

Popular Rule: “We the People…” Our current constitution (1986) begins with the idea of popular rule. This important principle means that power, begins with the people. This principle is best reflected in the Preamble, Article I and Article 5a. Popular rule is the thought that the average citizen can be trusted to make important decisions […]

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Jan
2

Modupeola’s album available on popular platforms

Sweden-based Nigerian gospel music artist Modupeola last month released her debut album titled, Songs of the Lord in Gothenburg, Sweden. Songs of the Lord is available on all the popular platforms: Google play, Spotify, Youtube, Itunes, Deezer, Napster, Amazon, among others. The album’s eight tracks which highlights songs of praises, delivery, happiness and healing, the […]

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Jan
1

Iceland grants Liberia $3 million to support fishing industry

Liberia and Iceland, a world leader in fisheries, on Friday, December 14, signed a US$3.1 million grant agreement to support Liberia’s fisheries sector. The financial support from the Nordic nation, where fisheries is a major pillar of the economy, according to Emma Metieh-Glasco, director of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), is quite significant […]

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Dec
31

Sweden at UN Security Council 2017-2018

As a principled member of the United Nations Security Council, Sweden took its cue from the foundation stones of international law, human rights, gender equality and a humanitarian perspective. The Swedish working method was characterised by listening, creativity, active diplomacy and an ambition to achieve results. We are grateful for the good cooperation with partners […]

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Dec
29

Norway gives millions to UN Peacebuilding Fund

Norway is providing NOK 75 million (about $8.6m) to the UN Peacebuilding Fund. A good deal of this funding will be channelled to the vulnerable Sahel region. ‘The Peacebuilding Fund works to prevent and resolve conflicts in countries affected by fragility in regions close to us, such as the Sahel. We are therefore making an […]

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Dec
28

ALJA condemns ‘threats’ against Liberian media

The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) says the recent ‘threats’ made against the Liberian media, especially the independent FrontPageAfrica (FPA) Newspaper, by some senior officials of the ruling Coalition of Democratic Change (CDC) are unfortunate developments in the political governance of the country. ALJA, led by Moses D. Sandy, cited the remarks […]

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Dec
26

NBA Africa opens new facility in Senegal

The National Basketball Association (NBA) last month announced the opening of a new elite basketball training center in Saly, Senegal. The new facility, which features two indoor basketball courts, a multidimensional activity center, a weight room, conference rooms as well as dormitories and educational facilities, will be the primary training location for NBA Academy Africa […]

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Dec
23

ECA, EU agree to help speed up Africa’s single market

On the margins of the Africa-Europe conference which took place in Vienna Tuesday, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the European Union signed a €3million agreement aimed at supporting national implementation strategies for the continental free trade area. The establishment of an African trade observatory is also planned, and will be a […]

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Dec
21

President Weah launches $3m pro-poor loan scheme

Liberian President George Manneh Weah has fulfilled yet another major promise—this time launching a US$3 million Pro-Poor Loan scheme aimed at empowering struggling Liberian businesses surmount their longtime spectators’ role in the Liberian economy. During the 2017 elections campaign and in his inaugural speech early this year, the President promised that he would enunciate policies […]

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Dec
21

Ethiopia unveils online guide for investors

Ethiopia’s online investment guide, iGuide, which seeks to help investors discover opportunities in the country, business costs, key procedures and laws they may need to know before committing their money, was officially unveiled in the capital, Addis Ababa Wednesday. The web-based investment promotion tool was launched in the presence of Shumete Gizaw, Ethiopia’s Minister of […]

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