UL Contemplates Researching Infectious Diseases

Authorities of the Science College at the University of Liberia have disclosed plans to begin research on viruses and other infectious diseases prevalent in...

Health Min’s Son Brings in ‘Nutritional Food’ for Ebola Patients

The efforts of a Des Moines man, a nonprofit group and a West Des Moines church combined last week to send 300,000 high-calorie, vitamin-filled...

‘Ebola Survivor’ Goes Blind

Fifty-six-year-old Washington Sumowah said he has lost his sight and sense of smell after being discharged from the Ebola treatment unit (ETU) within the...
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S/Court Postpones Chronicle Newspaper Closure Case

The Supreme Court was on Wednesday, September 24, compelled to postpone further hearings into a request to reopen the National Chronicle Newspaper filed by...

Local Enterprise Produces Agro- Processing Equipment to Improve Food Industry

One of the key constraints to Liberia’s food industry is the provision of limited mechanization and agro-processing tools. This poses a serious challenge to...

Trap Gun Victim Dying Slowly in Bassa

A 45-year old man identified as John Glaygboe, a resident of Serkon Town in Vambo Township, in Glakon Statutory District #2, Grand Bassa County,...

MESSENGERS OF PEACE

Sunday, 21 September 2014, was observed around the world as the International Day of Peace and the International theme for this year was the...

Remarks by the President Barack Obama at the U.N. Climate Change...

Mr. President,Mr. Secretary General, fellow leaders: For all the immediate challenges that we gather to address this week -- terrorism, instability, inequality, disease -- there’s...

To Fight Ebola in Liberia, More Shipments of Stepped Up U.S....

To get set for the fight against the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Liberia, a total of three C-17 U.S. military aircrafts have...