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Rep. Karen Bass, CBC Leadership Delivers 130-Page Policy Document to Trump

Press Release March 23, 2017 WASHINGTON – Today, Congressmember Karen Bass (D-Calif.) and members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) executive committee, as well as Assistant Democratic Leader Jim Clyburn, met with President Trump, Vice-President Pence, and advisers in the administration to talk about issues affecting the African American community and why the administration should […]

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No African citizens allowed visas to attend annual African trade summit in US

No African citizens allowed visas to attend annual African trade summit in US bdnews24.com International travellers arrive at John F Kennedy international airport in New York City, Feb 4, 2017. Reuters An annual African trade summit in California could not be attended by African citizens this year after the US denied visas to at least […]

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‘Dombolo’ ​14 Sierra Leoneans Deported From Netherland 

​14 Sierra Leoneans Deported !! By Alhaji Saidu Kamara  The government of Netherland has deported fourteen Sierra Leoneans from Holland to Sierra Leone.  The 14 Sierra Leoneans were among the one million illegal alien living in Netherland.  The deportation of illegal immigrants started in February this year.  According to one of the 14 deportees, Mohamed […]

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U.K. Defense Ministry announces first military exercises with Sierra Leone

U.K. Defense Ministry announces first military exercises with Sierra Leone By Ryan Maass  ​ Britain’s armed forces will conduct training exercises alongside troops from Sierra Leone for the first time, the U.K. Defense Ministry announced. The announcement was made by British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, who says the exercises highlight his country’s commitment to maintaining […]

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Abdul Fatoma of CHRDI fighting for his life in Sierra Leone

​ Fellow Sierra Leoneans, Please be informed that Abdul Fatoma the Executive Director of Campaign for Human Rights and Development International CHRDI who reported about the embezzlement of govt funds by members of Parliament, has been invited to go to the CID for questioning on the instructions of Parliament. He is accused of Inciting Hate […]

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Adama Barrow and his cabinet : Gambia News

H.E Adama Barrow – President and Commander-in-Chief Hon. Halifa Sallah – Vice President and Spokesperson for the Coalition Hon. Fatoumatta Tambajang – Secretary General and Head of the Civil Service Hon. Seedia Jatta – Minister of Foreign Affairs  Hon. Mai Fatty – Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Hon. Omar Jallow – Minister of Agriculture, […]

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Elections: dominant story of Africa in 2017

Elections: dominant story of Africa in 2017 Nic Cheeseman WHAT DOES 2017 have in store for African politics?   This is not an easy question to answer. For one thing, Africa has a habit of surprising us, making fools out of many a political forecaster. For another, the distinctive histories and political contexts of the […]

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Here’s a look at the life of Charles Taylor, former president of Liberia 

Charles Taylor Fast FactsCNN Library  (CNN) — Here’s a look at the life of Charles Taylor, former president of Liberia and convicted war criminal. Personal: Birth date: January 28, 1948 Birth place: Arthington, Liberia Birth name: Charles Ghankay Taylor Father: Nelson Taylor, judge Mother: Zoe Taylor Marriages: Victoria Addison-Taylor (unknown-present); Jewel (Howard) Taylor (1997-2006, divorce) […]

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Sierra Leone Net migration rate

Sierra Leone Net migration rate Factbook > Countries > Sierra Leone > Demographics   Net migration rate: -2.4 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2016 est.) Definition: This entry includes the figure for the difference between the number of persons entering and leaving a country during the year per 1,000 persons (based on midyear population). An excess of persons […]

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Sierra Leone Government Spokesman: “We Are abandoning The ICC” – Agibu Jalloh

By Sokoh Bangura – Freetown ​ The Sierra Leone government on Tuesday announced that they are abandoning the ICC, according to government spokesman Ajibu Jalloh on a Whatsapp press conference, the spokesman said the decision was made to unite Africa  and advance Africa independence and sovereignty. “We are tried of the west telling Africans what to do” […]

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