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September 2009

Sudan’s intel­li­gence chief, Salah Gosh has been relieved of his post and appointed adviser to Pres­i­dent Omar al-Bashir. Human rights group have accused Gosh of play­ing a sig­nif­i­cant role in abuses that took place in

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has surrounded himself with checkered figures who could bring him votes: warlords suspected of war crimes, corruption and trafficking in the country’s lucrative poppy crop. But none is as influential

The Indian air force scrambled a MiG-29 fighter jet to intercept an Air France passenger plane after it failed to identify itself correctly, the Indian air force says.The Bangkok-bound flight from Paris had entered Indian

The Prime Minister of Israel and the Palestinian President, are likely to hold their first meeting in the coming weeks, both sides indicated yesterday, in what would be an important step toward a formal resumption

In an effort to address the difficulties and shortfalls in the justice system in Sierra Leone, the Justice Sector Development Programme (JSDP) funded by DFID and managed by the British Council has almost completed the

Talking about development and growth in Sierra Leone, we sometimes tend to forget that action needs to be taken, minds and mentalities need to be changed hence Attitudinal Change. Nowadays the term Attitudinal Change: has become

The Standard Chartered Bank Sierra Leone Limited, in collaboration with FLAYIL International based in Sierra Leone, is to host a Management Express Forum that will provide opportunities for members to network with likeminded professionals and

Members of the Sierra Leone Police have been charged by locals in the Lungi community as responsible for the growing spate of armed robbery that has besieged their community. The community people Sierra Express spoke

The Commissioner of the National Commission for Social Action (NACSA), Kontoh Sesay, has disclosed to Sierra Express Media that his Commission on Tuesday 22nd September will be given educational support to seven thousand war child

I have seen and read different articles commending the APC government after two years in governance. No doubt President Ernest Bai Koroma has done well in his two years of office, but there seems to

I listened to his Excellency President Koroma's interview on the BBC Network Africa programme on Wednesday morning. H.E was in his element in describing the advantages and virtues of the climate for doing business in

Sometime last week, I had a brief, precisely 7 minutes/22 seconds interview with Moijueh Kai Kai deputy Minister of Labour. Kai Kai from the political front was with the Sierra Leone People's Party and that

I read an article on the Sierra Express Media online tabloid titled "Another Civil War Kailahun Cries! My heart almost missed a beat because those were scary words. When Foday Sankoh started his senseless insurrection,

The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, last Saturday arrived in New York for the 64th Session of the United Nations General Assembly debate accompanied by First Lady, Mrs. Sia

With reference to the last article I wrote on Why Relationships Fail I got several views coming in from people keen to know about developing and sustaining a relationship. A concerned lady expressed that most