It is 10:18 am in Monrovia on Tuesday, September 23, 2014

President Sirleaf poses with Deputy Director-General EuropeAid, Marcus Conaro
The Deputy Director-General, Directorate-General Development and Cooperation of EuropeAid (DEVCO), Marcus Conaro, has disclosed that disclosed that as part of the European Union (EU’s) intervention in the Ebola fight, the body will inject an additional five million Euros (€5 million) into the crusade.

The President thanked the US gov’t for the level of support so far
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, on behalf of the Liberian people and her government, has lauded the government of the United States of America for the level of support and interventions it has announced so far in combating and containing the deadly Ebola virus in the country and the region.
The pending Special Senatorial Election slated for the second Tuesday in October of this year has been rescheduled for December 2014, President Pro Tempore Gbehzohngar Findley has disclosed.

PUL president Mr. Abdullai Kamara
The Supreme Court of Liberia will on Wednesday, September 24, hear into the Press Union of Liberia’s (PUL) Writ of Prohibition, requesting a reversal of the continuous and “illegal” closure of the National Chronicle Newspaper by the Liberian Government.

Marcia Allen and Ina Christensen accused of damaging Cyrus’s marital relationship with Court’s Sheriff at the Temple of Justice
A Drama unfolded Monday, September 22, when two women were brought before the Monrovia City Court, after they were charged with destroying the marital relationship of a man identified as Momo Cyrus.

Garrett was awarded a Publitzer Prize in 1996 for her coverage of the Ebola epidemic in Zaire.
Laurie Garrett, an American journalist, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism in 1996 for a series of works published on the Ebola virus outbreak in Zaire, believes the commitment of the United States Government to provide support to the tune of US$750 million and 3000 military personnel, “is coming very late to the game”. 

President Sirleaf poses with Deputy Director-General EuropeAid, Marcus Conaro

The President thanked the US gov’t for the level of support so far

PUL president Mr. Abdullai Kamara

Marcia Allen and Ina Christensen accused of damaging Cyrus’s marital relationship with Court’s Sheriff at the Temple of Justice

Garrett was awarded a Publitzer Prize in 1996 for her coverage of the Ebola epidemic in Zaire.

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One of Several Infected Houses at Old Omega Navigation Station in Paynesville

Ebola Deaths Heighten in Monrovia, Hit Borbor Taylor’s Family at Omega Station

As the fight against the deadly Ebola pandemic reaches uncharted territory, a maze of deaths continues to hit every sector of the Liberian population,  both within the capital Monrovia and its environs.

There is a rising death toll in other parts of the country as bodies of victims of the deadly virus are collected by special burial teams known as “Body Collectors” and taken to designated sites where they are cremated.

However, as the death toll continues to soar in the capital city, one family continues to be affected in the wake of the deadly Ebola onslaught.

Business


This bushmeat seller asked: ‘Tell me does this dry meat have Ebola’

The outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Liberia has resulted into banning of eating bush meat, specifically monkey and bats.

Sports


SCOL’s program director Michael John Bull, left, and founder Tom Dannat at a recent meeting with over three hundred women whose children are benefitting from its programs

Providing support to children whose parents have died due to the Ebola outbreak in the country should claim the attention of humanitarian organizations, Mr.

LIB Life


The lesson here is simple: we need to be growing our own food.

According to the World Health Organization, Liberia has the highest number of deaths so far, among the four countries battling the deadly Ebola disease in West Africa.

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