Pres. Sirleaf Meets Samuel K. Doe

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(MONROVIA, LIBERIA - Wednesday, January 28, 2015) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf received in audience Mr. Samuel Kanyon Doe, Jr., when he paid her a courtesy call.

New Site to Bury Ebola Victims

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(MONROVIA, LIBERIA – Sunday, December 28, 2014) The Government of Liberia has secured 50 acres of land as the new burial site for all Ebola related deaths. Twenty-five acres of the land have been landscaped and is ready for use.

VICE PRESIDENT BOAKAI DONATES TWO FORTY FOOT CONTAINERS OF TUNA FISH TO GUINEA AND SIERRA LEONE ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT OF LIBERIA

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Monrovia, January 23, 2015-Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has presented two forty foot containers of Tuna Fish to the Governments and Peoples of Sierra Leone and  Guinea on behalf of the Government of Liberia to beef up the fight against the deadly ebola virus that has plagued the Mano River basin since March of 2014.

Amb. Allen Presents Letter of Credence to Pres. Hollande

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(Paris-France-July 9,2014)- Liberia's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary appointed to France by HE President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Dr. C. William Allen has presented his letters of Credence to the President of the Republic of France, His Excellency Francois Hollande.

MINISTRY OF GENDER PRESS RELEASE

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The Minister of Gender, Children & Social Protection (Mogc&sp), Julia Duncan-Cassell leave the country Thursday, January 15, for Dakar, Senegal where she will represent

GOL Engages Delta on Pending Suspension of Flights

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Monrovia, July 9, 2014: The Government of Liberia is in high-level consultations with the management of Delta Airlines intended to explore options that will not disrupt the experience and convenience of traveling via Delta.