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At Miss World Finalists Selection In Sanya, China Miss Liberia Placed In Group 13 With Six Others
Nov02

At Miss World Finalists Selection In Sanya, China Miss Liberia Placed In Group 13 With Six Others

Miss World 2017 has introduced an exciting new format this year, where the contestants will be divided in six groups for ‘Head to Head Challenge’ and from each group the winner will be selected who will move on to Top 40 finalists. The other Top 40 finalists will come from winners of five fast-track events and fifteen will be jury’s...

Note to Correspondents: Voluntary Compact on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Oct01

Note to Correspondents: Voluntary Compact on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Voluntary compact on preventing sexual exploitation and abuse. Secretary-General António Guterres. UN Photo/Mark Garten (file)The United Nations is grateful to the many Member States that have already answered the call by Secretary-General António Guterres to sign onto a Voluntary Compact on preventing and addressing sexual exploitation and...

UNSC greenlights peacekeeping reform
Sep21

UNSC greenlights peacekeeping reform

REUTERSThe UN Security Council backed reforms Wednesday to reduce inefficiencies, corruption and abuse in the UN’s far-flung peacekeeping operations, The New York Times reports. There are currently 16 UN peacekeeping operations under way, with more than 100,000 personnel, at an annual cost of nearly $8 billion. The UN has said that,...

Exxon Mobil fined $2 million for violating sanctions against Russia
Jul26

Exxon Mobil fined $2 million for violating sanctions against Russia

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, right, and then-Exxon Mobil Chief Executive Rex Tillerson meet in Sochi, Russia, on Aug. 30, 2011. (Alexei Druzhinin / Associated Press)Exxon Mobil Corp. showed “reckless disregard” for U.S. sanctions on Russia three years ago while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant’s chief executive...

Liberian Leader Receives Letter of Credence of New Ukrainian Ambassador
Jul13

Liberian Leader Receives Letter of Credence of New Ukrainian Ambassador

Photo Credit: Mr. Ousman Diallo-EXECUTIVE MANSIONPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has received the Letter of Credence of the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ukraine to Liberia, His Excellency Ambassador Alexandre OVCHAROV. According to an Executive Mansion release, the Ambassador OVCHAROV presented his Letter of...

US Senate Panel Advances Measure on Russian Propaganda, Election Meddling
May28

US Senate Panel Advances Measure on Russian Propaganda, Election Meddling

FILE – Sen. Ben Cardin, right, holds a news conference with Sen. John McCain during a media availability on Capitol Hill in Washington, Dec. 6, 2012. (Credit: VOA )WASHINGTON — A key U.S. Senate committee has moved forward on new legislation aimed at countering Russian propaganda and election meddling in the United States and elsewhere. The bill,...

Africa’s Rich Oil: The Core Dynamic of U.S., China New Diplomatic Ties with African Governments
May25

Africa’s Rich Oil: The Core Dynamic of U.S., China New Diplomatic Ties with African Governments

By: Josephus Moses Gray/Email: grayjmoses@yahoo.com J. Moses GrayAfrica in recent years has come to be a major Geo-strategic importance to the oil-dependent industrialized economies and giving an attention that Africa receives from state actors on the global stage in the context of international politics, the idea of an African rebirth seems to...

Five Young Inspiring Leaders, Including Liberia’s Abraham Keita Changing The World
Apr30

Five Young Inspiring Leaders, Including Liberia’s Abraham Keita Changing The World

Deborah Grey (DNA) Flash Back: Abraham M. Keita from Liberia winner of 2015 International Children’s Peace Prize receiving his award from Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee who in 2011 was the first Liberian to receive the Nobel Peace PrizeDeborah Grey writes about five young inspiring leaders who have taken their first step to greatness by...

The Vicious Causes of Conflict and Abject Poverty
Mar21

The Vicious Causes of Conflict and Abject Poverty

Josephus Moses Gray, the authorCorruption is not a new phenomenon to the African continent and its huge populations, it has been eating up every sphere of the continent especially corruption prone states including Liberia. This unethical practice has grown even larger to the extent it is not only hampering development and growth in the country...

Slavery Through Legal Bias Behavior: The Asymmetric Justice System Against Africa By The International Criminal Court (ICC)
Mar20

Slavery Through Legal Bias Behavior: The Asymmetric Justice System Against Africa By The International Criminal Court (ICC)

Written by: Jefferson G. Togba Jefferson G. Togba, Author of this articleEver since its birth in 1946, the International Criminal Court and /or International Court of Justice (ICC/ICJ) has not done much to prosecute perpetrators of war crime and crime against humanity holistically. Since justice for one would equally means giving justice to all...

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