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Kwame Clement Highlights ALJA Role in Liberian Journalism

February 9, 2015 0

Delaware, USA – The Liberia Broadcasting System (L.B.S.) former celebrated news anchor, Kwame Clement says Liberian journalists in the United States operating under the banner of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) […]

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Kerry in Ukraine for Talks with Poroshenko

February 5, 2015 0

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Kyiv for talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, while the leaders of France and Germany announced they are also heading to Ukraine with a new peace proposal. […]

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Obama Unveils $4T Proposed Federal Budget

February 3, 2015 0

U.S. President Barack Obama sent a $4 trillion spending proposal to Congress that calls for higher taxes on the wealthy in 2016, an end to mandated spending cuts, and more money to help the country's […]

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Suspected Ebola patient admitted to California hospital

January 30, 2015 0

By Reuters/Sharon Bernstein – SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan 29 (Reuters) – A patient suspected of contracting Ebola after traveling in West Africa and exhibiting symptoms of the disease was admitted on Thursday to a special isolation […]

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Obama Selects Veteran US Prosecutor for Attorney General

January 29, 2015 0

President Obama's pick for U.S. attorney general defended the administration's executive actions on immigration during questioning at a Senate hearing Wednesday. Federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch pledged to be an independent legal voice as the nation’s […]

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US, Japan Trade Negotiators Close to Striking Key Deal

January 28, 2015 0

Progress on a 12-nation trade agreement has been hindered because the United States and Japan have not been able to reach agreement in two critical market sectors. The two nations figure prominently among ten others […]

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US reporter jailed for linking to stolen data

January 25, 2015 0

A journalist with connections to the hacking collective Anonymous has been sentenced to five years in jail after posting online links to stolen data. Barrett Brown originally faced charges punishable by more than 100 years […]

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