• 'Not to Overthrow'

    “US military coming to Liberia is not to push against or change government. I want to be very, very clear; everybody laughs and thinks that we’re not serious, but I know that conversation is going.They’re here to help us fight Ebola.” – Deborah Malac, U.S. Ambassador to Liberia

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  • 'Ebola Treament'

    “When the patients come early, and they are put on this medication, they recover within three to five days. This medication is not specifically for HIV/AIDS .” - Dr. G. Gorbee Logan, County Health Officer, Tubmanburg Hospital

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Commentaries

  • False Charges Against Advocates

    As Liberians search for solutions to the health sector/Ebola crisis, let us not forget about the issue of national leadership, as the primary reason why Liberia’s Ebola death rate is higher...

  • History Will Judge Speaker Tyler

    It is with heavy heart that we sit helplessly while our brothers and sisters die painfully from this Ebola virus disease.

  • Microscoping West Point Tragedy

    In our quest to ensure full adherence to the rule of law and promote protection of human rights and dignity, we shall not sway from advocacies intended to accomplish our national goals.

  • Liberia’s Tragic Ebola Circus
    Once again our Republic and people are going through some of the saddest hours of our history. And we cannot keep silent any longer when officials run away in panic.

Obituary

  • Sieanyene Toose Yuoh- Katty

    This is to announce the death of Mrs. Sieanyene Toose Yuoh- Katty. This sad event occurred on Sunday, August 31, 2014. Her remains have been deposited at the Samuel A. Stryker Funeral Home in Monrovia. 

  • Blanche Lawrence Passes

    The Lawrence family regrets to announce the passing of Blanche O. Lawrence. In death, she adds to the heavenly host of angels. Her service will be held on August 30th, in Herndon, VA.

  • Transition: Cecilia Gwengatei

    The Gwengatei, Pennoh and Lawrence families regret to announce the passing of Mrs. Cecilia Akuavi Lawrence Gwengatei. This sad event occurs on July 2 at her home in Logan Town, Monrovia, Liberia.