Duala Sellers Want Help for Unidentified Man

[Observer] An older man who witnesses say sleeps at a particular location every day, come rain or shine, but needs help from authorities in Monrovia to get medical attention and to help locate his relatives.

[Observer] An older man who witnesses say sleeps at a particular location every day, come rain or shine, but needs help from authorities in Monrovia to get medical attention and to help locate his relatives.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Protecting Albino Children

[Observer] For generations, albinos have suffered because of the belief some countries and people have that leads them to hunt, kill and dismember albinos in the hope of ‘hitting the jackpot’ – that is, getting rich – which is outright cruel.

[Observer] For generations, albinos have suffered because of the belief some countries and people have that leads them to hunt, kill and dismember albinos in the hope of 'hitting the jackpot' - that is, getting rich - which is outright cruel.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Samukai Lauds Egypt for Multiple Scholarships, to Liberians

[Observer] Defense Minister Brownie J. Samukai Jr. has thanked the Egyptian Government and people for the invaluable support to the Liberian Defense sector over the years and making available several scholarships to the sector at a time when capacity e…

[Observer] Defense Minister Brownie J. Samukai Jr. has thanked the Egyptian Government and people for the invaluable support to the Liberian Defense sector over the years and making available several scholarships to the sector at a time when capacity enhancement remains critical to the branding of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) as a "Force for Good".

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

House Probes NTAL Protests

[Observer] The Plenary of the House of Representatives has empowered the Committees on Education and Judiciary to investigate complaints from the National Teachers Association of Liberia (NTAL), including the stalemate between the NTAL and the Ministry…

[Observer] The Plenary of the House of Representatives has empowered the Committees on Education and Judiciary to investigate complaints from the National Teachers Association of Liberia (NTAL), including the stalemate between the NTAL and the Ministry of Education.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rotary Int’l District 9101 Ends Seminar for Members

[Observer] Rotary International District 9101 in collaboration with the Rotary Clubs in Liberia has ended a one-day seminar for its members in Monrovia, with a call encouraging humanitarians to join the club.

[Observer] Rotary International District 9101 in collaboration with the Rotary Clubs in Liberia has ended a one-day seminar for its members in Monrovia, with a call encouraging humanitarians to join the club.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Friends of Tabou’ Identifies With School for the Deaf

[Observer] A group of professionals under the banner of “Friends of Tabou’s” (FOT) recently donated assorted items of food to several homes housing children with disabilities, including the School for the Deaf in Virginia, outside Monrovia.

[Observer] A group of professionals under the banner of "Friends of Tabou's" (FOT) recently donated assorted items of food to several homes housing children with disabilities, including the School for the Deaf in Virginia, outside Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Government Not Hunting Cllr. Brownell’

[Observer] Solicitor General Cllr. Betty Lamin Blamo yesterday refuted an allegation by Cllr. Alfred Brownell, an environmental lawyer and lead campaigner of Green Advocates that plainclothes police officers, believed to have acted on an order of the g…

[Observer] Solicitor General Cllr. Betty Lamin Blamo yesterday refuted an allegation by Cllr. Alfred Brownell, an environmental lawyer and lead campaigner of Green Advocates that plainclothes police officers, believed to have acted on an order of the government, attempted to arrest him, forcing him to go into hiding.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Women to Launch New Organization Tomorrow

[Observer] The political landscape will be enhanced with the emergence of the Women’s Agenda for Leadership in Liberia (WALL) a new organization expected to be officially launched in Monrovia tomorrow Thursday, November 10.

[Observer] The political landscape will be enhanced with the emergence of the Women's Agenda for Leadership in Liberia (WALL) a new organization expected to be officially launched in Monrovia tomorrow Thursday, November 10.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Liberians Must Take Cue From U.S. Elections’

[Observer] United States Ambassador Christine Elder says Liberians must take cue from the US elections to ensure a peaceful transition in 2017 in the presidential and legislative elections in the country.

[Observer] United States Ambassador Christine Elder says Liberians must take cue from the US elections to ensure a peaceful transition in 2017 in the presidential and legislative elections in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia