UNICEF – ‘Child Soldiers Want to Continue Their Education’

[Deutsche Welle] Roughly 19,000 children are still part of armed groups today in South Sudan. On the international day against the use of child soldiers, we spoke to UNICEF about the future of these children.

[Deutsche Welle] Roughly 19,000 children are still part of armed groups today in South Sudan. On the international day against the use of child soldiers, we spoke to UNICEF about the future of these children.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Govt Hard At Work to Save Rangelands

[New Era] Windhoek -Developing a more up-to-date map on the distribution of encroacher bush in Namibia is but one of the many actions and strategies undertaken by the Directorate Agricultural Research and Development (DARD) to achieve the National Rang…

[New Era] Windhoek -Developing a more up-to-date map on the distribution of encroacher bush in Namibia is but one of the many actions and strategies undertaken by the Directorate Agricultural Research and Development (DARD) to achieve the National Rangeland Management Policy and Strategy (NRMPS) objectives.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

A Country Still Deeply Divided

[Deutsche Welle] Over seven years after Ivory Coast’s crisis, the country’s political scene remains divided. Victims feel that they have not been equally compensated and army mutinies destabilized cities over the past few years.

[Deutsche Welle] Over seven years after Ivory Coast's crisis, the country's political scene remains divided. Victims feel that they have not been equally compensated and army mutinies destabilized cities over the past few years.

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire

South Africa’s ANC Decides to Remove Jacob Zuma As President – Local Media

[Deutsche Welle] South Africa’s Jacob Zuma’s ANC party has resolved to “recall” him as head of state, local media reported. The decision comes on the back of a 13-hour meeting among the party’s top officials.

[Deutsche Welle] South Africa's Jacob Zuma's ANC party has resolved to "recall" him as head of state, local media reported. The decision comes on the back of a 13-hour meeting among the party's top officials.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Grand Bassa County – Man Stabs Friend to Death in ‘Alcohol and Drug’ Bar

[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan -A 39 year old man identified as Mark Gbolozeo was on Thursday February 8, stabbed to death in Waka Town, District #2, Grand Bassa County.

[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan -A 39 year old man identified as Mark Gbolozeo was on Thursday February 8, stabbed to death in Waka Town, District #2, Grand Bassa County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

New Liberian Police Administrator Vows to Tackle Misconduct

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia National Police (LNP) Deputy Commission for Administration designate Sadatu L.M. Reeves has vowed to tackle public misconduct of Police officers.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia National Police (LNP) Deputy Commission for Administration designate Sadatu L.M. Reeves has vowed to tackle public misconduct of Police officers.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LISCR 1-0 Victory Not Good Enough

[Observer] They came from all over the city. One group had vuvuzelas, another, traditional drums, and as if to climax it, the brass band of the Armed Forces of Liberia was also present.

[Observer] They came from all over the city. One group had vuvuzelas, another, traditional drums, and as if to climax it, the brass band of the Armed Forces of Liberia was also present.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lassa Fever Outbreak in Nigeria Sparks Local Health Concerns

[Observer] In the wake of the reported outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria, health authorities in Liberia say they are prepared and capable of defeating any outbreak, adding that: “As part of our prepared measures, we have assigned disease surveillance …

[Observer] In the wake of the reported outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria, health authorities in Liberia say they are prepared and capable of defeating any outbreak, adding that: "As part of our prepared measures, we have assigned disease surveillance officers at each of our entry points."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia