Robbery At LNOC Headquarters

[Observer] The Liberia National Police (LNP) is today expected to begin an investigation of robbery (break-in) at the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) on Randall Street, a source at the Metro 2 Depot on Ashmun Street, told …

[Observer] The Liberia National Police (LNP) is today expected to begin an investigation of robbery (break-in) at the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) on Randall Street, a source at the Metro 2 Depot on Ashmun Street, told the Daily Observer yesterday via mobile interview.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Trade Mis-Invoicing Through Transfer Cost Is Hurting Liberia

[Observer] In my previous article, I argued that transfer pricing and prevailing global/international market prices were a key component of illicit financial flows, and justify renegotiation and revision of concession agreements in Liberia. That articl…

[Observer] In my previous article, I argued that transfer pricing and prevailing global/international market prices were a key component of illicit financial flows, and justify renegotiation and revision of concession agreements in Liberia. That article focused on the revenue side of the financial statements of concessionaires. This article focuses on the expenditure side of the financial statements and unveils what transfer cost and trade mis-invoicing are, and how those transactions are hurting Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Scholars’ Perspective On Premier’s Acceptance Speech

[Ethiopian Herald] Following the appointment Dr. Abiy Ahmed as Prime Minster of Ethiopia, Ethiopians have been filled with mounting expectation regarding the future prospects of the country. Particularly, some scholars are admiring the fact that the ne…

[Ethiopian Herald] Following the appointment Dr. Abiy Ahmed as Prime Minster of Ethiopia, Ethiopians have been filled with mounting expectation regarding the future prospects of the country. Particularly, some scholars are admiring the fact that the new Premier instilled spirit of solidarity, unity and hope among Ethiopian nationals.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Democracy in Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] The issue, expression and state of democracy is relative. Winston Churchill, the late former British prime Minister from (1940-1945) was famous for his inspiring speech regarding democracy. On 11th November 1947 his remark regarding …

[Ethiopian Herald] The issue, expression and state of democracy is relative. Winston Churchill, the late former British prime Minister from (1940-1945) was famous for his inspiring speech regarding democracy. On 11th November 1947 his remark regarding democracy goes like this "Many forms of government have been tried and will be tried in this world of sin and woe.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Supporting GERD in Spirit of National Consensus

[Ethiopian Herald] While constructing the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in astounding unity to meet the economy’s ever growing power demand, Ethiopians have also started to reap fruits of their toil earlier before the dam even go operational, …

[Ethiopian Herald] While constructing the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in astounding unity to meet the economy's ever growing power demand, Ethiopians have also started to reap fruits of their toil earlier before the dam even go operational, - in the form of priceless national consensus.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

How Political Opponents See Dr. Abiy’s Call

[Ethiopian Herald] Political parties and politicians are expressing their readiness to contribute their share for the peace and stability of the country once the new Prime Minister materializes his pledges to widen up the political space more than ever.

[Ethiopian Herald] Political parties and politicians are expressing their readiness to contribute their share for the peace and stability of the country once the new Prime Minister materializes his pledges to widen up the political space more than ever.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Withstanding Desertification Through Forestry

[Ethiopian Herald] In this age, desertification has been rapidly expanding across the world at an alarming rate. Scholars who make researches in the area figure out the factors behind the rapid rate of desertification.

[Ethiopian Herald] In this age, desertification has been rapidly expanding across the world at an alarming rate. Scholars who make researches in the area figure out the factors behind the rapid rate of desertification.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Let’s Give Time to the New Premier!

[Ethiopian Herald] Following the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected Prime Minister on Monday, Ethiopians saw a ray of hope for two reasons. The first is for witnessing peaceful transfer of power, which is seldom witnessed in the history of the c…

[Ethiopian Herald] Following the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected Prime Minister on Monday, Ethiopians saw a ray of hope for two reasons. The first is for witnessing peaceful transfer of power, which is seldom witnessed in the history of the country. And many observers of Ethiopian politics believe that this would lay the foundation for practicing politics of civility.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Industrial Parks Employing Locals, Foreigners

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia now becomes among the major foreign direct investment destinations in the world, the new jobs the newly established industrial parks have been creating are grabbing the interests of highly skilled local and foreign employ…

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia now becomes among the major foreign direct investment destinations in the world, the new jobs the newly established industrial parks have been creating are grabbing the interests of highly skilled local and foreign employees. In fact, besides initiating structural transformation, the major short term economic benefit of building industrial parks is creating significant number of job opportunities.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Coast Guard to Train 40 Immigration Personnel

[Observer] The Liberian Coast Guard (LCG) of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) says it will train 40 personnel of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS), specifically officers assigned with the agency’s Border Patrol Marine Units, a release from the Min…

[Observer] The Liberian Coast Guard (LCG) of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) says it will train 40 personnel of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS), specifically officers assigned with the agency's Border Patrol Marine Units, a release from the Ministry of National Defense (MoD) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia