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September 2011

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among

Teachers nationwide have expressed sadness over the government’s pay package; and its 0% pay rise augmentation. Just about mid-day Monday 19th, optimistic Sierra Leonean teachers felt taken aback barely after announcing that the sum of Le

It has reached desks of Sierra Express Media that the much trumpeted rice from Guinea was virtually not received on loan, but paid for in cash by the government of President Koroma to the government

The ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) party has just celebrated four years of ruling a country with a chequered history, a war battered economy, weak infrastructure, including a poor energy sector, but a relatively stable

The Agent of Andrew Alieu (aka Bigger) has reliably confirmed to Sierra Express Media from Cyprus late last night that no deal has yet been struck for the highly rated Midfielder as reported in the

Police Sergeant 8470 Bangura S. Sunday 18th fell in the hands of his colleagues on an  allegation linking him to the recent Bo turbulence which left 1 dead and 19 injured. Sergeant Bangura was reportedly arrested

Dutch Top level side Hareveen has completed the signing of 18 year old Sierra Leonean playmaker, Claud Conteh from Second Division side Wanica Star FC for an undisclosed fee barely after the player put up

Joy overflows minds of brothers in the Muslim faith just when the Mr. Idiot and President Koroma visited Jamieu Jalil mosque to witness the last week Friday prayer.  (Photo: Ibrahim Samura, Editor) Of course, no mention

Finnish African Societies Union, a community based organization in Finland has donated medical equipment and school material worth sixty million euros to various hospitals and shoal in the Western Area, Makeni Town, Binkolo and Nimikoro

The Chief Executive Officer of Sheffield United Football Club, Fred Clay (photo), has told journalists that it was not his boys that stopped the Western Area division one playoff between Belvic United and Real Republicans

The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone Dr. Ernest B. Koroma accompanied by his wife Mrs. Sia N. Koroma and some of his key cabinet officials arrived in New York late Monday afternoon to

Addis Ababa, September 19, 2011 - A two-day workshop dubbed “Debut Disability Inclusive of Peace and Security” opened today, Monday 19th September 2011, at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Organized by Secretariat of

Accra, Sept. 19, GNA – Ghana’s Head of Civil Service, Mr Woeli K. Kemevor has bemoaned the lack of conscious effort by governments of West Africa to make funds available for Civil Service training and

Office provides a base for delegations visiting Geneva and enables them to establish a diplomatic presence in the region.  (Photo: The building housing the Commonwealth Small States Office in Geneva, Switzerland.) Sierra Leone is the latest

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