Statement By the Minister of Justice On the violence in Paynesville on April 16, 2015

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The attention of the Ministry of Justice has been drawn to three incidents over the past two days involving motor bike riders, which directly or indirectly may have contributed to the violence that took place in the Paynesville area and its environs on Thursday, April 16, 2015.

High Level Government Delegation Leaves for Maryland

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A high level government delegation is expected to leave the capital, Monrovia for Maryland County in the southeast to probe into a standoff between the management of the Cavalla Rubber Corporation and citizens of Maryland.

Liberia Discharges ‘Last’ Patient as Country goes 13 Days with zero Ebola Cases

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Liberia on Thursday discharged hopefully the last survivor in all of its 19 treatment units nationwide, the 13th day of reporting zero Ebola cases.
A joyous Beatrice Yardolo was greeted with a huge cheer from relatives, friends and well-wishers as she walked through the exit portion of an Ebola treatment unit run by the Chinese paramilitary in Paynesville outside Monrovia.

Pres. Sirleaf Cites Links Between Health, Economy, Peace

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MONROVIA, February 26 (LINA) – President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said there is an inherent link between healthcare systems revitalization, economic recovery and peace building, which is stronger now than ever before in Liberia.