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  1. Liberia: Ellen Won't Testify Over 'Letter' to ParkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | AllAfrica.com

    Judge Blamo Dixon, presiding over an alleged misapplication of over US$800,000 at the National Port Authority , yesterday announced that he will not allow President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to appear before the Criminal Court 'C' to testify about a letter she purportedly wrote to former NPA Managing Director, Matilda Parker, for wreck removal at the Greenville Port, in Sinoe County. Judge Dixon's assertion comes in the midst of intense argument yesterday between state lawyers and Parker's defense team that opposed prosecution's second witness, Deneah Martin Flomo, from answering a question about the president's letter on the wreck removal to the NPA management.

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  2. Liberian palm plantation plans expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2015 | Newstime Africa

    The shipment of mill equipment valued at $30 million arrived at the Samuel A. Russ Port in Greenville on Dec. 3, according to a statement by the National Port Authority. GVL, which is owned by the U.S-based private equity investor Verdant Fund LP, projects the construction of a palm oil processing plant in the southeastern region, a spokesman for the company told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday.

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  3. Liberia: GVL Imports U.S.$30 Million Palm Oil Mill EquipmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    The newly appointed administration of the National Port Authority has said that a shipment of mill equipment valued at US$30 million has arrived at the Samuel A. Russ Port in Greenville, Sinoe County. The multi-million dollar consignment of equipment, according to NPA, was shipped to Liberia by Golden Veroleum Liberia Limited in anticipation of the construction of a Palm Oil processing plant in the southeastern region.

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  4. Ebola survivors face lingering pain, fatigue and depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2015 | The Wave

    People walk along the road in Greenville, Liberia, July 19, 2015. There were about 28,000 Ebola cases in in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone during the now-waning epidemic, and survivors are still suffering from residual pain.

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  5. President Sirleafa s Angry Remarks Propelled Bodyguards To Brutalize Student Protesters In SinoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2015 | The Perspective

    Our unwavering agenda for a new Liberia of inclusion, equality, justice, and freedom is tied to a famous quotation by Martin Luther King, Jr., which says "our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." Our conviction is driven by an irreversible spirit of patriotism and loyalty to our fellow countrymen.

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  6. Spotlight: Chinese peacekeepers conduct air-land patrol in troubled hotspot in LiberiaRead the original story

    Aug 1, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    LAGOS/DAKAR/UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 1 -- A team of Chinese riot police within the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Liberia conducted on Friday an air-land patrol in one of the country's troubled hotspots, winning welcome and applaud from the local government and residents. It was the first time over the past more than one year that U.N. peacekeepers were seen patrolling in the area in Sinoe County in southern Liberia, as the gold-laden area is covered with dense jungle and is well-known for poor road conditions, local residents told Xinhua.

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  7. Liberia: Police Chief Criticizes A.B. KromahRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    Deputy Police Director for Operations, Prince Mulbah, has criticized the law enforcement strategies of his predecessor, Col. Abraham Kromah as a "blatant disrespect for our people" and commercial motorcyclists.

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  8. a oeCelebrating Our Community as a Strong Foundation for Accelerated Development.aRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | The Perspective

    Message On the Occasion of Liberia's 168th Independence Anniversary By Dr. Al-Hassan Conteh Ambassador of Liberia to Nigeria On behalf of Her Excellency the President of the Republic of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and the People of Liberia, I would like to welcome all of you, our distinguished guests, and members of the Liberian Community in Nigeria, to the Embassy of Liberia this evening on this auspicious occasion marking the 168th Independence Day of the Republic of Liberia. In commemoration of this event, the President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, issued a Proclamation declaring the national observation of the festive occasion.

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  9. Liberia: President Sirleaf Urges Liberians to Show Love and Patriotism for Their CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    Liberia: President Sirleaf Urges Liberians to Show Love and Patriotism for Their Country - While National Orator Calls On Liberians to Profit From Errors of the Past to Build a Better Foundation for a More Posi "Let today's celebration in our hearts resolve to love our country, protect our heritage and pledge anew to the true ideals of service and determination. According to an Executive Mansion release, the Liberian leader made the remarks that the official program marking Liberia's 168th Independence Anniversary at the J. Dominic Bing City Hall in Greenville, Sinoe County.

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  10. Liberia: Roads to Greenville, Barclayville Under UpgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    Government has deployed members of the Engineering Battalion of the Armed Forces of Liberia along with Public Works Ministry experts to ensure accessibility to Greenville and Barclayville for the July 26 Independence Day celebration. These institutions are working day and night to also ensure a successful celebration, according to the Chief of Protocol of Liberia, Rufus Neufville.

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  11. Celebrating Independence Day under a Corrupt Regime is Meaningless: A Call to BoycottRead the original story

    Jul 17, 2015 | The Perspective

    For almost a decade now, Liberia has been led by greedy stewards, political hustlers, and ill-visionary leaders. Millions of Liberians across the landscape are currently at the verge of losing hope as a result of hardship, poverty, and rampant corruption.

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  12. Ambassador Charles Minor To Serve As Liberia's 168th Independence Day OratorRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2015 | The Perspective

    The Government of Liberia has announced that Liberia's former Ambassador to the United States of America is this year's Independence Day's orator. According to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs release, Amb.

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  13. Liberia: We're Here to Invest in Liberia EconomyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    The head of the Dutch business delegation on a one-day visit to Liberia, has told a Liberia-Netherlands business dialogue that her investors have come to Liberia to invest in the country's economy. Netherlands Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Minister Lilianne Ploumen disclosed Monday, July 6, 2015, that the Dutch entrepreneurs on her delegation see a lot of opportunities in working with Liberia.

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  14. iberiaa s Unfinished Port Reform AgendaRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2015 | The Perspective

    A seaport is a major strategic and economic importance to nations in which it is located. Fundamentally, it is the gateway for trade through which import and export cargos are transferred1.

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  15. Liberia: Chief Justice Orders Release of Pregnant Prisoner On BailRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    Marie was seen sitting with two other female prisoners with a hand under her belly, frowned with lappa dripping her legs. Marie has been in jail at the Greenville Central Prison for weeks now after her arrest in the aftermath of the protest at Golden Veroleum Concession area in Butaw.

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  16. Reason, Public Policy and Violence:Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | The Perspective

    Indeed, the reported events of May 26, 2015 in Butaw, Sinoe County, Southeast Liberia, "mirrors" similar events that occurred in Tokadeh, Nimba County, Northeast Liberia, in July 2014, of mob violence - hostage-taking, injury to individuals, looting, destruction of properties and counting; who or what county is next and what are the root-causes of this repeated or repeating mayhem? What are the facts? According to the Front Page newspaper , "Butaw was a scene of chaos . . . when angry residents staged a protest demanding to meet a visiting, senior official of the Golden Veroleum Company, a protest that resulted to the throwing of stones and destruction of some of GVL properties.

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