MONROVIA, May 28 (LINA) –The President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate, Armah Z. Jallah, has assured authorities at the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism of the Senate’s readiness to support the promotion of the Liberian culture.
MONROVIA, May 28 (LINA) – The Government has begun arresting for prosecution all those responsible for the mayhem at the Golden Veroleum facilities in Butaw, Sinoe County, Information Minister Lewis Brown has disclosed.
MONROVIA, May 28 (LINA) - The Government of Liberia says it regrets the mayhem, looting and destruction of properties of Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) which occurred on the entity’s oil palm plantation in Butaw, Sinoe County, on Tuesday, May 26.
MONROVIA, May 28 (LINA) -The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has forwarded 74 copies of the Financial Statement of the Consolidated Fund Account Quarter Three for Fiscal Year 2014/2015 to members of the House of Representatives for perusal.
The Government of Liberia regrets the mayhem, looting and destruction which occurred on the Golden Veroleum Oil Plantation in Butaw, Sinoe County, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. As expected, this act of violence, looting and the wanton destruction of properties will not go unpunished.
(Brussells, Belgium-ACP-EU-May 26, 2015) The 101st African Caribbean and Pacific States Council of Ministers Conference opened today at the ACP-House in Brussesls with commendations for Liberia for ending the scourge of Ebola and calls for
A two-day workshop aimed at raising public awareness on the importance of the need for Liberia to ratify the 1954 Convention for the “Protection of Cultural Properties in the Event of Armed Conflict” opened today on Capitol Hill at the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism in Monrovia.
MONROVIA, May 26 (LINA) - President Ellen Johnson has told a high-level panel discussion that beyond the leadership provided by the Government of Liberia and help from the international community, community ownership and participation was critical to containing the Ebola virus that ravaged the country.
A 21- year-old man identified as Sumo Ballah was on Sunday, May 24 evening allegedly brutalized by four soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL). The victim who sustained cuts on his head only charge is that he allegedly hit the vehicle the soldiers were riding in,an allegation Ballah denied.
At long last, members of the House of Representatives have finally agreed with the Liberian Senate to pass into law the long awaited Decent Work Bill at US$3.00 as the minimum daily wage for unskilled workers and US$5.50 for skilled workers in the country.
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