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October 2014

An ambulance carrying suspected Ebola patients somersaulted into a ditch on the Port Loko highway. According to Abu Bakr Kamara who witnessed the scene, the ambulance was carrying suspected Ebola patients from a place called

The World Bank and the other partners have provided funding, logistics and technical support to the three most affected countries yet, new infections are doubling, and more people are dying. The problem is that, “we

Air Services Agreements have become a future of nations in the globalized world of integrating economies. Two nations can sign such agreements in order  to  experience international  commercial  air transport  services between their territories; the

The deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has so far claimed more than one thousand lives and thousands more infected in Sierra Leone. The numbers of new infected cases continue to rise almost six months after

On a working visit to Port Loko, Bombali and Tonkolili districts over the weekend, President Ernest Bai Koroma issued a stern warning to traditional and religious leaders to take responsibility to halt the spread of

I am Rashid Dumbuya an International Human Rights advocate and Public Defender from Sierra Leone.  Today, I am motivated to speak up against the world’s isolationism attitude and hysteric reactions to nations that are presently

Sierra Leone and Al Hilal FC player David Simbo has been a most wanted target by three top African clubs for the past two weeks. The clubs which have shown interest in the player are

Hammers FC Director Anthony Bailey is confident that Sierra Leone and Hammers FC goalkeeper Christian Caulker (in photo) will be cleared of match fixing allegations that have been levelled against him by both the Sierra Leone

The Sierra Leone’s Sports Minister Paul Kamara has suspended the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) appointed technical staff with three other officials from the Football Association (FA). Photo, Minister Paul Kamara. His suspension came after a

Freetown, Oct, 23, 014 (MOHS) - Twenty-five Nurses have returned home from China after the successful completion of a three- month Training in paediatric Nursing. (Photo: Group photo of the Nurses with the Minister, Dr.

An ambulance carrying samples from suspected Ebola patients in Makeni, Northern Province,  rammed into a heavy (caterpillar) vehicle this afternoon at the Makeni highway.  The ambulance was heading to the Kenema laboratory in the Eastern

ANTWERP, Belgium, October 23, 2014/ -- An international research consortium led by the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp (ITM) (http://www.itg.be) will assess whether treatment with antibodies in the blood of Ebola survivors could help infected

Sierra Leoneans and their fellow West Africans and Canadians in the Greater Toronto Area in Canada have described a fundraising dinner organized by the Sierra Leone Crisis Committee in Ontario, Canada at the Jewish Banquet

The name Abacha Street Traders rings a bell to many Sierra Leoneans within and without the country, some attributing the name to a barrier that impedes the development of the Freetown Municipality. To others, it

The Board Chairman of Transparency International—Sierra Leone chapter, Mr. Emil Moses Charles Carr has been elected Board Member of Transparency International’s global branch in Berlin, Germany. (Photo: Emile Carr) Speaking shortly after the elections, Mr. Carr