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Author: Alpha Daffae Senkpeni
Monrovia – When former football coach Arsene Wenger described George Weah’s life story as a miracle that ‘will make a marvelous film’, he had no idea that a compatriot of the former World Best player was planning to write a biography about the soccer legend.
Student Nedia Warner (third from left) receives a symbolic bank check from the president and some members of the Noble Second Floor on May 10, 2022, on the campus of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia Capitol Hill, Monrovia – The two top performing students of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia have been awarded fully funded scholarship for the ongoing semester, thanks to the Noble Second Floor – a campus based organization comprising of law students and lawyers.
On March 31, EU Delegation joined LVL staff and others at the official opening of LVL Fcat checking Desk located in Paynesville Monrovia – The Liberia Media Initiative has officially unveiled Liberia’s first fact-checking desk aimed at countering and debunking fake news, disinformation, and misinformation within Liberia’s information ecosystem. The fact-checking desk, which is being run by Local Voices Liberia, is the first major fact-checking initiative in the country and has been operating since June 2021 – tracking and fact-checking a variety of information or fake news that has been circulating in social and mainstream media. With co-funding from the…
Capitol Hill, Monrovia – Members of the Noble Second Floor on Thursday, March 17, 2022, inducted their new code of officers who are expected to lead the organization in the coming school year at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law to ensure academic excellence and the implementation of several projects including a milestone scholarship program.
Dakar, Senegal – Just a day before this year’s Forum on Africa-China Cooperation (FOCAC), which is the eighth edition of the ministerial conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi predicted that the summit would set a new milestone. Mr. Wang made the assertion when he met with his Senegalese counterpart, Foreign Minister Aissata Tall Sall in Dakar on Sunday.
Monrovia – China epitomizes resilience and globalization. The Asian nation endured a turbulent past but in the last five decades, it made groundbreaking progress, solidifying its place as a contributor to global peace, humanity, and multilateralism.
Lawmakers were joined by scores of Liberians in 2018 at a civil war monument in Du Port Road, Paynesville to announce the resolution seeking the establishment of a war and economic crimes court/ Photo By: Alpha Daffae Senkpeni Freetown, Sierra Leone — Patrick Fatoma spends his days guiding guests around the fading halls of the Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone. It’s a job he has held for nearly a decade since the official close of Special Court for Sierra Leone in 2013.
With Liberia excluded from the list, only EU citizens and their family members, long-term EU residents and their family members, travelers with essential function or need and Schengen associated countries. Monrovia – As countries begin reopening their international borders despite a new spike in coronavirus cases, the European Union has temporarily lifted restrictions on non-essential travel into EU countries but Liberia, which has just over 500 active COVID-19 cases, is excluded.
The government is opting to tackle the fallout from the pandemic in two-fold: focusing on immediate priorities and implementing reforms to boost resilience beyond the crisis. Monrovia – In the wake of the enormous challenges posed by the devastating economic effects of COVID-19, the Government of Liberia is committed to ensuring the success of the Pro-poor agenda, says Samora P. Z. Wolokolie, Liberia’s Deputy Finance Minister for Fiscal Affairs.
Monrovia – Liberia has moved up to Tier 2 of the United States’ human trafficking report after being on the Tier 2 Watch List for three years.