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August 2010

Statement delivered by President of Young Leaders-Sierra Leone, Unisa “Dizo”-Conteh to the SL High Commissioner to the UK on Wednesday 4 August 2010 at a meeting. (Photo: Hon. Edward Turay, Sierra Leone High Commissioner to

As information is the oxygen of democracy, the London Mining Company on August 9, 2010 lunched the first ever specialized Newsletter in the country to help inform Sierra Leoneans about the operations and activities of

Young Leaders-Sierra Leone (YLSL) is to be accredited by the Sierra Leone High Commission as the official youth umbrella to formally coordinate the activities of Sierra Leonean youth groups in England. This indication was made by

The leading women’s organization in the country, the 50/50 Group - Sierra Leone last Monday 9th August, 2010 made another mark in the eastern part of the country, Koidu town, Kono District where the organization

Hon. Victoria Saidu Kamara (in photo) of 29 Water Street, Willington, east end of Freetown has been named by the Kolleh family of Owen Lane, Mountain Cut of grabbing their late father, Pa Kolleh’s property

People often ask me how I could write so regularly on a variety of subjects and according to them, still make my writing so easily readable and interesting. It would be immodest of me if

London Mining, we have been assured, would start full operation in 2011 and if this date is anything to go by, the media should be looking at the degree of preparedness of the company to

The recent mudslide at Owen Street, off Mountain Cut in Freetown is a natural disaster that was precipitated by the heavy down pour of rain on Sunday night. It was a disaster that claimed the lives

Thirty-five year old Suliaman Swaray of Comende Section in the Kenema district is presently helping the police in Kenema in an alleged case of rape involving a five-month old baby. According to the Director of Police

11 August 2010 – United Nations aid agencies and their partners today requested almost $460 million to help Pakistan assist millions of people affected by floods that have cut a swathe through the country, killing

The Family Support Unit (FSU) of the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) attached at the Magburaka Police Division in the Tonkolili District, Monday 2nd August, 2010, arrested 28-year old Aminata Kamara of Romankoro village in Kholifa

Seasonal flooding has killed almost 100 people across West Africa, destroyed thousands of homes, encouraged the spread of disease and threatens to worsen a food crisis by washing away farmland, aid groups said on Tuesday. Millions

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone - Crew members from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk completed a community relations project at the Freetown Christian Faith Rescue Orphanage in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monday, Aug. 9. The Mohawk arrived in

Sierra Update news magazine, produced by Sorie Sudan Sesay, Information Attaché, of the Sierra Leone High Commission UK/NI, has recently launched its new website www.Sierraupdate.co.uk .  The website brings to you news from Sierra Leone,

Freetown, Sierra Leone, 11 August 2010 - The Special Court for Sierra Leone has opened an investigation into pirated videos of the Taylor trial which are being sold on the streets in Sierra Leone and