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The death is announced of Mr. Willis D. Knuckles, former Minister of Public Works and former Minister of Presidential Affairs, Republic of Liberia. He died in Accra, Ghana this morning, following a brief illness. He held both positions during the administration of Liberia's current President,... + continue reading
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Fresh report reaching the GNN from Bomi County in western Liberia said a thirteen years old boy who and his brother went to a nearby creek to fetch water has disappeared; blaming his disappearing to a ‘strange’ creature’. The youngest brother of the victim told his parents and security officers... + continue reading
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Madam Nancy Writebol Ken Isaacs, a vice president of Samaritan's Purse, told The Associated Press on Sunday that Dr. Kent Brantly, the 33-year-old medical director for the group's Ebola care center on the outskirts of the Liberian capital of Monrovia, was stable and in very serious condition... + continue reading
Monday, July 28, 2014
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One of Liberia’s outspoken Clerics is blaming the leadership of the country for its failure to be decisive in handling national crisis such as the current existence of the Ebola Virus which has taken hundreds of lives. Speaking to reporter over the weekend in Monrovia, Pastor Oliver S. Kpaan, Jr... + continue reading
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The Liberian Government has closed its borders with neighboring Countries due to the intensity of the deadly Ebola virus which has taken hundreds of lives including medical practitioners in Liberia including medical practitioners. According to report, the virus originated from neighboring... + continue reading

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The death is announced of Mr. Willis D. Knuckles, former Minister of Public Works and former Minister of Presidential Affairs, Republic of Liberia. He died in Accra, Ghana this morning, following a brief illness. He held both positions during the administration of Liberia's current President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Mr. Knuckles was widely... + continue reading
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Fresh report reaching the GNN from Bomi County in western Liberia said a thirteen years old boy who and his brother went to a nearby creek to fetch water has disappeared; blaming his disappearing to a ‘strange’ creature’. The youngest brother of the victim told his parents and security officers in the County that his brother only identified as... + continue reading
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Madam Nancy Writebol Ken Isaacs, a vice president of Samaritan's Purse, told The Associated Press on Sunday that Dr. Kent Brantly, the 33-year-old medical director for the group's Ebola care center on the outskirts of the Liberian capital of Monrovia, was stable and in very serious condition. "We are hopeful and prayerful," Isaacs told AP... + continue reading

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The death is announced of Mr. Willis D. Knuckles, former Minister of Public Works and former Minister of Presidential Affairs, Republic of Liberia. He died in Accra, Ghana this morning, following... + continue reading

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The Liberian Government has closed its borders with neighboring Countries due to the intensity of the deadly Ebola virus which has taken hundreds of lives including medical practitioners in Liberia... + continue reading