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April 2012

The marathon trial of former Liberian President, Charles Taylor (in photo) has finally come to an end, after he was found guilty of aiding and abetting crimes committed during the 11-year civil war in Sierra

Champions League After knocking out Barcelona in the semi-finals, Chelsea will have the opportunity to win their second Champions League title, four years after their captain, John Terry, strode forward confidently, adjusted his armband to

The Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Brenda J. Hollis, today applauded the conviction of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia, for crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Sierra Leone during

Charles Ghankay Taylor, the former President of Liberia, was convicted today on all counts of an 11-count indictment which alleged that he was responsible for crimes committed by rebel forces during Sierra Leone’s decade-long civil

Sierra Leone’s Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China has spoken that Sierra Leone under the leadership of President Ernest Bai Koroma has gone through an impressive turnaround and that the country’s pace of development

A United Nations backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in The Hague has found former Liberian leader Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war. He was accused

Freetown, April 25, 2012 - Communiqué between African Minerals management and representatives of the company’s workforce. Following a strike action by workers of African Minerals that unfortunately led to violence resulting in one fatality, the public

The leading GSM operator in the country, Africell has sponsored the third annual national talent and cultural exhibition of the Kids Advocacy Network (KAN) on the theme, ‘Culture Must Prevail In Our Society’ at the

WASHINGTON—Africa Rural Connect, an online project of the National Peace Corps Association, recently launched a new contest to promote youth-oriented agricultural initiatives aimed at generating ideas for new programs. Through the Young Farmers Idea Contest, the African diaspora

An elder of Leicester Road community has observed that the Senegalese construction company CSE, is sabotaging one of President Koroma’s Agenda's for Change. Ibrahim Koroma said the President promised the people of Sierra Leone that he

ADDAX Bioenergy Company on 23rd April, 2012 paid Le 205 million to twenty-two villages at Yainkasa, Makari Gbanti Chiefdom, Bombali District as lease to land owners.  (Photo: ADDAX Health, Social Security and Environment Manager, Derek

Sierra Leoneans in New Jersey last Saturday rebranded their country with another exquisitely pulsating and action-packed Independence Anniversary celebration that showcased Sierra Leone's exotic art and culture to the international world. The celebration started with

Sierra Leone’s Deputy Information Minister and Co-Government Spokesman, Sheka Tarawalie (Shekito), was a special guest of the Voice of America (both radio and television) on Monday 23rdApril 2012 as he granted a series of wide-ranging

The Dean of ECOWAS Ambassadors in the People’s Republic of China has assured Sierra Leone’s new Ambassador to China, Abu Bakarr Multi-Kamara of their unflinching support to him and promised to share with him the

Headman of Adonkia village in the peninsular region of Freetown, Mr. Albert Gibao Lavay who is aspiring for the APC symbol to contest for the position of Councillor in the November polls has received a