01-Oct-2014 to 12:19

Healthcare workers’ benefits and IMF funding dominate Liberian media

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — -Two news stories that dominate the headlines in the Wednesday editions of Liberian newspapers are the announcement of hazard and death benefits for health workers and the endorsement of US$130 million by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the fight against Ebola in West Africa.

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01-Oct-2014 to 11:35

Liberian govt requests non-essential employees to remain at home

APA-Monrovia (Liberia)- — The Liberian government has requested all non-essential government employees to continue to remain at home until otherwise instructed, as a measure to decongest all public institutions.

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30-Sep-2014 to 14:17

Rumours about US military dominate Liberian press

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — One story that captured the headlines in the Tuesday edition of Liberian newspapers was the reaction by the United States embassy in Monrovia to rumors that the US military is in the country to facilitate the overthrow of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf led government.

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29-Sep-2014 to 17:34

Liberia: Deputy Health minister quarantined for Ebola

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Liberia’s deputy minister of information, Isaac Jackson Monday confirmed reports that deputy health minister Bernice Dahn, has placed herself under quarantine for 21 days over Ebola.

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27-Sep-2014 to 16:19

Coca-Cola to expand production in Liberia

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — The Vice President and Chief Administrator of Coca Cola International, Alexander B. Cummings, has disclosed plans by the entity to expand its operations in Liberia.

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26-Sep-2014 to 18:44

Liberia’s Sirleaf sacks deputy minister over assault

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has dismissed with immediate effect, the Assistant Minister for Sectorial Planning at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Jeremiah Krah for assaulting a female police officer.

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26-Sep-2014 to 18:01

Ebola could undo years of economic gains-UNDP

AP-New York-(United States) — Massive assistance for Ebola-hit countries is needed to prevent the disease from shutting down economies and reversing years of development efforts, said Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

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