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    03-Jun-2019 to 09:37

    Liberian newspapers headline planned June 7 protest

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — President George Weah's assurance that the planned June 7 protest will be peaceful and Council of Patriots rejecting ECOWAS plea for a one-day protest dominate the headlines in Monday's editions of Liberian newspapers.

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    02-Jun-2019 to 08:52

    Sierra Leone: Papers dominated by Friday’s police crackdown

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Last Friday’s crackdown by the Sierra Leone Police on supporters of the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) dominate Monday’s edition of the country’s dailies.

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    31-May-2019 to 08:52

    Liberian newspapers headline June 7 protest, Senate rejection of tenure bill

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — ECOWAS meeting with President Weah on June 7 protest and Senators rejecting President Weah’s tenure bill dominate the headlines in the Friday, May 31 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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    18-May-2019 to 11:10

    Jailed Somaliland journalist injured during arrest

    APA-Hargeisa (Somalia) — Authorities in the breakaway state of Somaliland are detaining television reporter Abdirahman Keyse Mohamed, also known as Tungub, after he was injured by a shot from the police.

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    17-May-2019 to 21:44

    Gabon suspends two newspapers over defamation claims

    APA-Libreville (Gabon) — Two newspapers in Gabon have been suspended by the country's media regulator over defamation claims.

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    17-May-2019 to 15:07

    Liberia marks World Telecommunications, Information Society Day

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — President George Manneh Weah has issued a proclamation as Liberia joined the rest of the world to mark World Telecommunications and Information Society Day on Friday.

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    07-May-2019 to 08:14

    Liberian newspapers headline terror threats, warning against irresponsible speec...

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Pending the planned June 7 protest, threats by ex-generals, as well as Charles and Agnes Taylor the United Kingdom has waned of a possible terrorist infiltration from around the sub-region.

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