Reuters Orders Reporters to Cover Trump Like An Authoritarian Regime

The Reuters news agency this week recognized the challenges of covering Donald Trump’s presidency by comparing it to authoritarian regimes like Egypt, Yemen and China.

Celebrated Abroad, Vilified At Home

-The Contrasting Story of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf -As 3-Day Strike Which Shut Liberia Ends By Reuben Kollie-Concord Times’ Reporter Thanks to all of the leaders of ECOWAS, but particularly to President Sirleaf because it was under her leadership that a potentially explosive situation was peacefully resolved”, Out-going AU Commission Chairperson Zuma told the AU Assembly of Heads of State and Government amidst huge applause from the audience recently. Madam Zuma noted that President Sirleaf is a pioneer and inspiration to women and men of the world particularly the women of Africa as the first ever elected female President on the African continent. But while she was being showered with praises in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia President Sirleaf was being vilified back home as the country was…

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Prince Johnson Wants Pres. Sirleaf And VP Boakai Out

The former Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL) Field Marshall turned politician says, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf admittance of failure to fight corruption and reconcile the country is a clear signal that she must get out with her partner Joseph Boakai.

First Woman Leader of Liberia Laid to rest in Ohio

Mourners in central Ohio wore traditional black funeral attire with vibrant green scarves to honour the life of the first woman to serve as head of state of the Republic of Liberia. Ruth Sando Fahnbulleh-Perry had been living in suburban Columbus for the past several years when she succumbed to a lengthy illness on Jan. 8 at age 77, The Columbus Dispatch reported ( ). She was laid to rest Saturday in Reynoldsburg.

To the ISOC Cameroon Chapter

Dear Colleagues The Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus (IGC, ) is a global network of civil society actors who originally came together in the context of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) to promote global public interest objectives in Internet governance policy making.

Note of Correction Madam President!

In her recent state of the Nation Address to the National Legislature Monday, which is actually her last, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said, “In our first two years in office, we took two major steps as demonstration of our commitment to move our country from an over-centralized, personalized system of governance. In 2006, I took the Oath of Office here, on these Capitol Grounds. In 2007, I introduced the County Development Fund and called for rotational celebration of Independence Day in the counties. These were firsts in the history of our country, and were meant to demonstrate commitment to a decentralized governance system that allowed participation of the representatives of the people, and the people themselves, in decisions and the establishment of priorities that affect…

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Arbitration Over New Liberty Mine Favors Avesoro Resources

 An arbitration tribunal has rejected a claim against  Avesoro Resources Inc (LON:ASO TSX:ASO) related to the early building work on the New Liberty gold mine in Liberia.

Statement from Mo Ibrahim, Chair of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, on the outcome of the recent Presidential elections in The…

We congratulate the Gambian people for the successful conclusion of a difficult electoral process and we salute the peaceful manner in which a potentially explosive situation has been resolved.

Liberian Information Minister Threatens Journalist for Interviewing Opposition Lawmaker

The former Charles Taylor man is making headlines, as usual on the wrong side of history-threatening to dismiss a state radio Journalist for interviewing opposition lawmaker Moses Kollie. Eugene Nagbe, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s information Minister is a former aide of former Liberian President Moses Blah, who replaced Taylor after he was forced out of power by rebel forces.

‘Diplomats Must Develop the Attribute of Adaptability, Versatility…,’ Says Foreign Minister Kamara;

Liberia’s Foreign Minister says scholars of international relations and diplomacy must develop the attribute of adaptability, versatility and the ability to respond promptly to inevitable and ever-changing situations utilizing a mixture of practical experience and constant professional consultations.

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All Liberia Party Standard Bearer Benoni Urey speaking to media executives at his residence in Careysburg.