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July 2012

Musa Kallon, elder brother of Leone Stars former skipper, Mohamed Kallon has been appointed as Technical Director of First Division side, Sheffield United FC. His unveiling ceremony took place at the Aberdeen playing field last

He beats one in the track lane, now he doubles, it seems a new world record is about to be set here as the world record marathon’s fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt has been outmatched. Yes,

We are often affected by the rude experience of power cuts often done by the service provider, National Power Authority. They often do so with impunity irrespective of the fact they know they are selling

The Minister of Defence Retired Major Palo Conteh has promoted Brigadier General Samuel O. Williams (in photo) to Major General and appointed him as the new Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of the Republic of

As I approached the Dulles International Airport gate for my flight to Brussels (where I would transit for another flight to Sierra Leone), I was stunned that all the seats were taken.  (Photo: Johns Hopkins Safe

The turning of the sod for the construction of a hand pump water-well estimated at millions of Leones was done last Friday by popular philanthropist and businessman Dr. Addonis A M Abboud at the Calaba

Libya, Tripoli, 2nd July 2012 - The Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission, Dr. Jean Ping, is deploying an election observation mission to Libya to observe the General National Congress Elections scheduled to be

Barely a week after the release of the music video ‘Na Lie’ music video newcomer Rhage, Nasser Ayoub (in photo) has again released another song which he titled: ‘Tranga Hace Borbor’. According to Ayoub ‘Tranga Hace

President Ernest Bai Koroma has returned to Freetown after attending the Forty-First Ordinary Session of the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government in Yamoussoukro, Cote D’Ivoire.  (Photo: ECOWAS leaders) In his welcome address, the

Now that the European Championship is finally over, and Spain has shown the rest of Europe how to kick the ball around, the usual managerial merry-go-round can begin in earnest. But with that come the

International Criminal Court turns ten - On 1 July 2002, the first three staff members of the International Criminal Court (ICC) entered the ICC’s building in The Hague, the Netherlands. On that day, the ICC’s

As a way of enhancing effective service delivery in the Free Health Care programme, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has engaged health workers in Makeni.  (Photo: Cross section of the audience) This was in the form of

President Ernest Bai Koroma has not only succeeded in impressing his supporters, party loyalists and the international community, but even those who were at some point his political opponents, who have not only declared their

A crumbling old slave fort in Sierra Leone is challenging long-held assumptions about African-American ancestry and could threaten Ghana's domination of African American tourism to the continent, writes freelance journalist Paige McClanahan in this article

Sierra Leone’s emerging young leader, and founder of MESSEH INTERNATIONAL, Messeh Kamara, aged 25, has been invited by the President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) to contribute to the 2012 ECOSOC