Lawyer Questions Uber Taxi Driver’s Version of Fatal Assault

[News24Wire] The lawyer for one of the men accused of killing Stellenbosch University graduate Carl Schoombie on Monday tried to cast doubt on the testimony of the Uber taxi driver who saw the attack.

[News24Wire] The lawyer for one of the men accused of killing Stellenbosch University graduate Carl Schoombie on Monday tried to cast doubt on the testimony of the Uber taxi driver who saw the attack.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

My Story As a Victim for Asking UDP, GMC Leaders Questions On Split of Coalition

[The Point] Even before the press conference started, journalists were intimidated by a crowd of supporters; the greater number of them belonged to the United Democratic Party (UDP) and a few from the National Reconciliation Party (NRP) and the Gambia …

[The Point] Even before the press conference started, journalists were intimidated by a crowd of supporters; the greater number of them belonged to the United Democratic Party (UDP) and a few from the National Reconciliation Party (NRP) and the Gambia Moral Congress (GMC).

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Let’s Encourage Pluralism

[The Point] The Gambia is going through a very interesting phase of its politics, as the 8-member coalition government that evicted the Jammeh regime from power is rapidly disintegrating and transforming into mergers of three and two parties, whilst ot…

[The Point] The Gambia is going through a very interesting phase of its politics, as the 8-member coalition government that evicted the Jammeh regime from power is rapidly disintegrating and transforming into mergers of three and two parties, whilst others are going solo or back to their roots, even before the end of the three-year period or mandate given themselves to co-ally.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Unaccompanied Gambian Minors Receive Free Education in Italy

[The Point] Hundreds of unaccompanied Gambian minors, children under 18 years, in Italy are benefiting from free education that could eventually see them easily integrated in Europe and be absorbed into the job market.

[The Point] Hundreds of unaccompanied Gambian minors, children under 18 years, in Italy are benefiting from free education that could eventually see them easily integrated in Europe and be absorbed into the job market.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘People’s Input Required in Democracy’

[Observer] After careful examination of the country’s economic problems, Rev. Torli H. Krua, founder of Universal Human Rights International (UHRI) of Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States, has said that Liberia’s economic problems can be solved …

[Observer] After careful examination of the country's economic problems, Rev. Torli H. Krua, founder of Universal Human Rights International (UHRI) of Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States, has said that Liberia's economic problems can be solved with the efforts of Liberians and their international partners.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Southeasterners Cut Off’

[Observer] About 600, 0000 citizens from five southeastern counties are cut off by deplorable roads, even before the rainy season sets in April, a report by Bridge Rural Communities for Trade (BRCT) has revealed.

[Observer] About 600, 0000 citizens from five southeastern counties are cut off by deplorable roads, even before the rainy season sets in April, a report by Bridge Rural Communities for Trade (BRCT) has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Buutuo Border Ferry Starts Operations Soon

[Observer] The long awaited Buutuo border ferry in Nimba County is expected to start operation anytime this month, according to the administrative assistant to the City of Binhouye, an Ivorian border town.

[Observer] The long awaited Buutuo border ferry in Nimba County is expected to start operation anytime this month, according to the administrative assistant to the City of Binhouye, an Ivorian border town.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ambassador Carlton A. Karpeh Dead

[Observer] The Government of Liberia has officially announced the death in his 86th year of Ambassador Carlton Alexwyn Karpeh, former Senior Ambassador-at-Large, former Ambassador of the Republic of Liberia to Cameroon and former Assistant Minister and…

[Observer] The Government of Liberia has officially announced the death in his 86th year of Ambassador Carlton Alexwyn Karpeh, former Senior Ambassador-at-Large, former Ambassador of the Republic of Liberia to Cameroon and former Assistant Minister and Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism. He was officially retired on December 2, 2010.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Don’t Legislate Your Faith’

[Observer] Many persons have described Proposition 24, which seeks to legislate Liberia a Christian state as written by the Constitution Review Committee (CRC), as divisive, intolerant and misguided.

[Observer] Many persons have described Proposition 24, which seeks to legislate Liberia a Christian state as written by the Constitution Review Committee (CRC), as divisive, intolerant and misguided.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Detractors Responsible for False Campaign’

[Observer] According to MOVEE chairman Dee Maxwell Saah Kemayah, the fear by some politicians to face Dr. J. Mills Jones, the standard bearer of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), in the ensuing presidential and legislative elections has co…

[Observer] According to MOVEE chairman Dee Maxwell Saah Kemayah, the fear by some politicians to face Dr. J. Mills Jones, the standard bearer of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), in the ensuing presidential and legislative elections has compelled his detractors to spread false and misleading campaigns that his presidential bid may have been extinguished by the March 3 ruling of the Supreme Court on the controversial Code of Conduct.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia