Mohamed T. J Bah Monday 16th stabbed and killed his brother Mohamed Lamin Jalloh at their No. 14 Foster Street resident off Fourah Bay Road Freetown.
Mohamed, a butcher at Guard Street market, Monday 14th, at
The word ‘violence’ is now a frequently used phrase in Sierra Leone that no longer bears any meaning to many Sierra Leoneans.
This is because violence is so frequently applicable in our society that people tend
Forum of Sierra Leonean Youth Network (FOSLYN) a youth serving agency working for and on behalf of young people (age 15-30) wants to express dismay regarding the unfortunate situation that took place in the recently
The Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone, heeding to His Excellency President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma’s call for national week of prayer, invites all Sierra Leoneans and Friends of Sierra Leone to join His
PRESS RELEASE - The Campaign for Human Rights and Development Sierra Leone (CHRDSL) expresses deep concern over the security situation in the country following the bye-elections in Constituency 104 on Saturday January 14th 2012.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - The Sixth Ordinary Session of the Pan-African Parliament commenced in Addis Ababa today with keynote speeches from H.E. Meles Zenawi, Prime Minister of Ethiopia and H.E. Jerry John Rawlings, former President
Lu Shaye is the Director-General at the Department of African Affairs of the Foreign Ministry of the People’s Republic of China. During an interview with China Daily newspaper of Thursday, 12th January 2012, he spoke
Christmas is over and we are now middle of January and as usual, families are going through tough times now after spending some extras to celebrate the holidays. Those with deeper pockets like our government
The subject of debate wherein people of integrity are of conflicting opinions is the process of change. The trivial question is that in the most significant situations individuals are not able to make certain decisions.
The Acting Director of Fisheries and Marine Resources , Alpha Bangura has strongly reacted to a number of claims made by the Doha based International News Medium, Aljazeera, relating to the operations of his ministry.
The local council elections in Constituency 104, Ward 369, held Saturday 14th, and which saw the SLPP clinching victory by a slight margin over the APC, was flawed with brutalities; APC’s Lansana Fadika (in photo)