Macron’s Franco-Senegalese Advisor Making Waves

[Deutsche Welle] Following his victory, French President Emmanuel Macron’s communications advisor has been recognized as a key component of Macron’s success, and is even considered a role model to young African women.

[Deutsche Welle] Following his victory, French President Emmanuel Macron's communications advisor has been recognized as a key component of Macron's success, and is even considered a role model to young African women.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Nation Gets $1.3 Billion for Economy, Security

[East African] World leaders have pledged to support Somalia’s new government and its security and economic reforms. However, the government has been tasked with using its support from citizens to deliver on its promises.

[East African] World leaders have pledged to support Somalia's new government and its security and economic reforms. However, the government has been tasked with using its support from citizens to deliver on its promises.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Svend Einar Holsoe, 1939-2017, Tireless American Scholar of Liberia

[Observer] “Due to massive destruction of the Liberian government archive during the civil war, the Holsoe Collection may contain the only surviving copies of important Liberian state papers and historical and cultural documents.”

[Observer] "Due to massive destruction of the Liberian government archive during the civil war, the Holsoe Collection may contain the only surviving copies of important Liberian state papers and historical and cultural documents."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Foya-Borma, Other Hospitals Receive Medical Supplies

[Observer] The Foya Borma Hospital in Foya Statutory District, Lofa County, has received a large consignment of medical supplies including equipment that the facility lacked for many years. Many of the supplies brought in a 40ft container are high-tech…

[Observer] The Foya Borma Hospital in Foya Statutory District, Lofa County, has received a large consignment of medical supplies including equipment that the facility lacked for many years. Many of the supplies brought in a 40ft container are high-tech equipment that cost thousands of US dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LFA Championship Chase Continues

[Observer] The race for the 2017 Liberia Football Association championship over the weekend continued with a series of exciting matches that witnessed the top four sides of the league sharing points.

[Observer] The race for the 2017 Liberia Football Association championship over the weekend continued with a series of exciting matches that witnessed the top four sides of the league sharing points.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Don’t Deal With Briefcase Lawyers’

[Observer] Justice Minister Fredrick Cherue: “To practice law in an organized way (lawyers) must have a decent building or place where clients can easily locate them, and where their colleagues can consult with them.”

[Observer] Justice Minister Fredrick Cherue: "To practice law in an organized way (lawyers) must have a decent building or place where clients can easily locate them, and where their colleagues can consult with them."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

UL New President Weeks – What Are You Bringing Aboard?

[Observer] After some time of suspense to know who would succeed Dr. Emmet A. Dennis following his retirement as President of the University of Liberia (UL), the Board of Trustees finally announced last Thursday that Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks, an outstand…

[Observer] After some time of suspense to know who would succeed Dr. Emmet A. Dennis following his retirement as President of the University of Liberia (UL), the Board of Trustees finally announced last Thursday that Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks, an outstanding Neuroscientist, has been named as the new UL President.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

3,900 Persons Enroll in Ebola Natural History Study

[Observer] At least 3,900 persons have enrolled in the Ebola Natural History Study being conducted by PREVAIL – the Partnership for Research on Ebola Virus in Liberia in Margibi County.

[Observer] At least 3,900 persons have enrolled in the Ebola Natural History Study being conducted by PREVAIL - the Partnership for Research on Ebola Virus in Liberia in Margibi County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia