Mineral Survey Drones to Begin Operation in Liberia Soon

[Observer] The Chinese government through China-Aid has dispatched two mineral prospecting drones to Liberia to conduct geophysical surveys of areas with potential mineral deposits.

[Observer] The Chinese government through China-Aid has dispatched two mineral prospecting drones to Liberia to conduct geophysical surveys of areas with potential mineral deposits.

Harvest Bible Chapel Trains Members to Evangelize Africa

[Observer] The Harvest Bible Chapel of Monrovia, with support from its mother church in the United States, is training more than 100 male and female members of the church to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the rest of Africa.

[Observer] The Harvest Bible Chapel of Monrovia, with support from its mother church in the United States, is training more than 100 male and female members of the church to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the rest of Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

President Weah Appeals to France to Improve Liberia’s Sports Sector

[Observer] President George Weah has appealed to the Government of France and international partners to support the Liberian government for the improvement of Liberia’s sports sector.

[Observer] President George Weah has appealed to the Government of France and international partners to support the Liberian government for the improvement of Liberia’s sports sector.

Acting Speaker Reminds Lawmakers to Fulfill Electoral Campaign Promises

[Observer] Acting Speaker Prince Moye has challenged his colleagues (members of the House of Representatives) to be resolute in the fulfillment of their electoral campaign, which would help them in their reelection bids in 2023.

[Observer] Acting Speaker Prince Moye has challenged his colleagues (members of the House of Representatives) to be resolute in the fulfillment of their electoral campaign, which would help them in their reelection bids in 2023.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia Remembers the Late Rev. Billy Graham (1918-2018)

[Observer] Pat Nixon (2nd from right) posing with the newly inaugurated president of Liberia, William Tolbert, and his wife, Victoria, and Reverend Billy Graham (far right) in January 1972. As Goodwill Ambassador the first lady, along with Reverend Gra…

[Observer] Pat Nixon (2nd from right) posing with the newly inaugurated president of Liberia, William Tolbert, and his wife, Victoria, and Reverend Billy Graham (far right) in January 1972. As Goodwill Ambassador the first lady, along with Reverend Graham, were asked to represent the U.S. President Richard Nixon at Tolbert's inauguration (Source: Nixonfoundation.org)

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Senate Grills Labour Nominees Porte, Gargu

[Observer] The Assistant Minister-designate for Trade Union Affairs of the Ministry of Labor has said that trade unions are places where the government’s pro-poor policy can intervene to uplift that pro-poor system.

[Observer] The Assistant Minister-designate for Trade Union Affairs of the Ministry of Labor has said that trade unions are places where the government's pro-poor policy can intervene to uplift that pro-poor system.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Labour Minister Promises Effective Inspectors

[Observer] Labour Minister Moses Y. Kollie has promised that his administration will recruit and deploy qualified Labour Inspectors throughout the country. He has been confirmed by the Senate.

[Observer] Labour Minister Moses Y. Kollie has promised that his administration will recruit and deploy qualified Labour Inspectors throughout the country. He has been confirmed by the Senate.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Plundering of Sahrawi Natural Resources – Euro-MPs, International Trade Unionists Express “Deep Concern”

[SPS] Brussels -The participants in the conference “trade unionists and solidarity with Western Sahara” organized Monday and Tuesday at the European Parliament in Brussels expressed their “deep concern” over the continuing plundering of Western Sahara’…

[SPS] Brussels -The participants in the conference "trade unionists and solidarity with Western Sahara" organized Monday and Tuesday at the European Parliament in Brussels expressed their "deep concern" over the continuing plundering of Western Sahara's natural resources, calling on EU and its institutions to "clearly condemn" any illegal exploitation of these resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Renegotiation EU-Morocco Agreements – EP Intergroup ‘Worried’ About Commission’s ‘Lack of Transparency’

[SPS] Brussels -The European Parliament Intergroup “Peace for the Saharawi people” expressed on Wednesday “deep concern” over the European Commission’s “lack of transparency” during its negotiations with Morocco, about an additional agreement to the As…

[SPS] Brussels -The European Parliament Intergroup "Peace for the Saharawi people" expressed on Wednesday "deep concern" over the European Commission's "lack of transparency" during its negotiations with Morocco, about an additional agreement to the Association Agreement, in order to comply with the ruling of the European Court of Justice, of December 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Liberia Public Health Institute Conducts Annual Review Conference

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -A three-day progress review and planning conference organized by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) gets underway in the port city of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County with commendation from stakeholders for …

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -A three-day progress review and planning conference organized by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) gets underway in the port city of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County with commendation from stakeholders for job well done in the midst of challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia