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November 2012

At a ceremony held at St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican over the weekend, Pope Benedict XVI named six new non – European to join the College of Cardinals, also known as the “Clergy of

Like every democratic loving Sierra Leonean, I wish to congratulate the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma for winning a second term as President of the Republic of Sierra Leone. And regardless of what political affiliations

The Chief Administrator of the Kenema District Tamba Sahr Musa on Thursday 22 November 2012 told journalists at his Kenema district council office at Nyadeyama Road, Kenema city, eastern Sierra Leone that he took over

The Western Area Human Rights Committee in collaboration with special court interactive forum presented a preliminary report to journalists on the 2012 elections on Friday 23rd November at their office in Freetown.  Their aim was

President Ernest Bai Koroma has toured the capital of Freetown expressing thanks and appreciation to the citizenry, not only for his re-election into State House, but also for the comportment that led to a successful

Civil Society Movement Sierra Leone (CSM-SL) on 23 November 2012 organized a press conference at the National Coordinating Centre, 34 Godrich Street, encouraging Sierra Leoneans and all political parties to continue with the spirit of maintaining

The Deputy Minister of Political and Public Affairs Hon. Alhaji Chief Benson Suwui  on Friday 23rd November 2012 confirmed to a cross section of journalists at his Nyadeyama Street residence in Kenema that he is

Award winning rapper and Peace Ambassador, Kao Denero, has joined other Sierra Leoneans in congratulating President Ernest Bai Koroma on his re-election.  (Photo l-r: LAJ, HE President Ernest Bai Koroma, and KAO Denero) The ‘King of Freetown’ who

A decade after Sierra Leone’s gruesome civil war ended, the tiny West African nation of about six million people has always been linked to its ugly past; a past defined by atrocities committed by rebels

Tonte Ikoluba was 13 years old when her grandmother came to her family home to circumcise her. It was important she go through the rite, her grandmother said, in order to become a respectable woman

Sierra Leonean, David Sengeh, a doctoral student working at MIT’s Media Lab in the USA, earlier this year launched in Sierra Leone a national high school innovation challenge, Innovate Salone through an international organization named Global

New York City, New York – With the beautiful ambiance overlooking the East River, the United Nations played host for the Republic of Equatorial Guinea forty-fourth Anniversary marking their Independence from Spain. Diplomats from United

The majority of the people of Sierra Leone have spoken loud and clear and the President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has been re-elected.  The time is now to keep steadfast and join hands in the

November 23, 2012: The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) commends the people of Sierra Leone for the high turnout and peaceful manner in which they comported themselves during the November 17, 2012 Presidential,

Plans are well underway for the people of Gbonkolenken Chiefdom, Tonkolili District to honor a distinguished daughter of the soil, Mary J. Bangura who is also the All Peoples Congress (APC) Women’s Leader for the