Ministry of Foreign Affairs Retires 17

[Observer] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has honorably retired 17 of its employees who have attained the retirement age of 65 or the minimum tenure of 25 years in service. The youngest of the retirees is 53 years old, while the oldest is 73.

[Observer] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has honorably retired 17 of its employees who have attained the retirement age of 65 or the minimum tenure of 25 years in service. The youngest of the retirees is 53 years old, while the oldest is 73.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Winning the Three Points Remains Our Priority’

[Observer] LISCR’s Coach, Tapha Manneh says winning the three points in all of his team’s fixtures remains the team’s priority after his side ended the unbeaten run of league leaders FC Fassel on Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

[Observer] LISCR's Coach, Tapha Manneh says winning the three points in all of his team's fixtures remains the team's priority after his side ended the unbeaten run of league leaders FC Fassel on Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

NEC May Extend VR Deadline

[Observer] Following reports of voter registration challenges, including malfunctioning cameras in the process, it is probable that the National Elections Commission (NEC) may extend the deadline beyond March 7.

[Observer] Following reports of voter registration challenges, including malfunctioning cameras in the process, it is probable that the National Elections Commission (NEC) may extend the deadline beyond March 7.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

State Lawyers Have 72 Hours to Pay U.S.$300 Over Parker’s Case

[Observer] The Supreme Court yesterday gave state lawyers a 72-hour ultimatum to pay US$300 as a fine for their failure to file their brief (short synopsis) on Matilda Parker’s case to the court.

[Observer] The Supreme Court yesterday gave state lawyers a 72-hour ultimatum to pay US$300 as a fine for their failure to file their brief (short synopsis) on Matilda Parker's case to the court.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Coast Guard Arrests Senegalese Vessel

[Observer] The Minister of Defense, Brownie Samukai, has disclosed the arrest of a Senegalese vessel by the Liberian Coast Guard. The vessel, according to Samukai, has been fishing in violation on Liberia’s coast on the Atlantic Ocean.

[Observer] The Minister of Defense, Brownie Samukai, has disclosed the arrest of a Senegalese vessel by the Liberian Coast Guard. The vessel, according to Samukai, has been fishing in violation on Liberia's coast on the Atlantic Ocean.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Setting the Stage for Liberia’s ‘Great Leap Forward’

[Observer] China’s current position as the second global superpower is a result of her radical economic program, The “Great Leap Forward”, initiated in 1958 by revolutionary leader Mao Zedong of the Chinese Communist Party.

[Observer] China's current position as the second global superpower is a result of her radical economic program, The "Great Leap Forward", initiated in 1958 by revolutionary leader Mao Zedong of the Chinese Communist Party.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

GOL, Including Finance Minister Kamara and CBL Governor Weeks, Are Meeting the Economic Challenge!

[Observer] Who remembers our Editorial of April 19, 2016, when President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf appointed her two new most senior fiscal and monetary managers?

[Observer] Who remembers our Editorial of April 19, 2016, when President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf appointed her two new most senior fiscal and monetary managers?

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

366 People Diagnosed With Cervical Cancer Annually

[Observer] Dr. Dawn Cooper Barnes, president of the Liberia Cancer Society (LCS), has said in the next five years, the prevalence and mortality rates of cervical cancer will triple in the country if nothing is done to arrest the situation.

[Observer] Dr. Dawn Cooper Barnes, president of the Liberia Cancer Society (LCS), has said in the next five years, the prevalence and mortality rates of cervical cancer will triple in the country if nothing is done to arrest the situation.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

IEBC Confirms 50,000 Shared Identity Cards Are Legitimate

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) says 50,174 shared national Identity Card (ID) numbers have been confirmed to be legitimate.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) says 50,174 shared national Identity Card (ID) numbers have been confirmed to be legitimate.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya