Federer Eye Aussie Open Title

[The Herald] Melbourne -Despite recent the setbacks the Australian Open has suffered, the tennis tournament still promises to be an exciting event, with defending champion Roger Federer an early favourite to win the title. The first Grand Slam of the y…

[The Herald] Melbourne -Despite recent the setbacks the Australian Open has suffered, the tennis tournament still promises to be an exciting event, with defending champion Roger Federer an early favourite to win the title. The first Grand Slam of the year starts in Melbourne on January 15, but has been bedeviled by injuries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Milestone for QSB Training Camp

[Namibian] THE Quinton Steele Botes Athletics Training Camp continues to endure and last week reached a new milestone with the 25th anniversary of the popular camp.

[Namibian] THE Quinton Steele Botes Athletics Training Camp continues to endure and last week reached a new milestone with the 25th anniversary of the popular camp.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

New Lawmaker Supports Barchue

[New Dawn] River Gee County District #3 Representative -elect Francis Saidy Dopoh says he supports Mr. Hans Barchue’s quest to become the Speaker of the 54th Legislature.

[New Dawn] River Gee County District #3 Representative -elect Francis Saidy Dopoh says he supports Mr. Hans Barchue's quest to become the Speaker of the 54th Legislature.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pres. Sirleaf Dedicates Maritime Training Center

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has officially performed the dedicatory ceremony of a modern State of the John G. Bestman Maritime Training Institute (LMTI) in Marshall City Lower Margibi.

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has officially performed the dedicatory ceremony of a modern State of the John G. Bestman Maritime Training Institute (LMTI) in Marshall City Lower Margibi.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lutheran Bishop Rallies Liberians

[New Dawn] As Liberians gear up for the inauguration of their 25th President-elect, George Weah and his Vice President-elect, Jewel Howard Taylor, the Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Liberia says it is time that everyone comes onboard to serve in the …

[New Dawn] As Liberians gear up for the inauguration of their 25th President-elect, George Weah and his Vice President-elect, Jewel Howard Taylor, the Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Liberia says it is time that everyone comes onboard to serve in the interest of the country regardless of political difference.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia At a Political Crossroad

[New Dawn] The Making of President George Weah With minor hiccups, Liberia has successfully completed three Presidential election cycles- something we haven’t seen in our lifetime until now. In spite of the odds, Liberia is proving to the world that we…

[New Dawn] The Making of President George Weah With minor hiccups, Liberia has successfully completed three Presidential election cycles- something we haven't seen in our lifetime until now. In spite of the odds, Liberia is proving to the world that western democracy can find a home and flourish in sub Saharan Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Sawyer Advises Weah

[New Dawn] Former interim president and chairperson of the Governance Commission or GC Dr. Amos C. Sawyer is cautioning President-elect George M. Weah to manage expectations of his followers, if he is to succeed as President.

[New Dawn] Former interim president and chairperson of the Governance Commission or GC Dr. Amos C. Sawyer is cautioning President-elect George M. Weah to manage expectations of his followers, if he is to succeed as President.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MRU Congratulates President Elect Weah

[New Dawn] The Secretary General of the Mano River Union (MRU), Ambassador Mrs. Medina Wesseh, has commended and thanked the President-elect Ambassador Senator George Manneh Weah for his election and the peaceful manner in which the process was handled…

[New Dawn] The Secretary General of the Mano River Union (MRU), Ambassador Mrs. Medina Wesseh, has commended and thanked the President-elect Ambassador Senator George Manneh Weah for his election and the peaceful manner in which the process was handled and his certification by the National Elections Commission (NEC)

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia