Media Summaries

 

 

Tuesday, 19th November 2013
    The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia NEWS SUMMARY FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2013             The news of  President  Johnson Sirleaf’s trip To the African-Arab Summit and her subsequent State Visit to the UAE and Belgium, the denial of a motion filed by the PUL requesting the dismissal of the injunction placed on its election process, the 15 days ultimatum issued  by Ex-AFL Soldiers to threaten peace during Christmas season  are amongst our dominating stories for today’s  news summary. Full story


Monday, 18th November 2013
The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia   News Summary For Monday, November 18, 2013 Today’s dominant stories  in our  News Summary  is the news of the  nomination by President Johnson Sirleafs  of several individuals in Government  including  the appointment of  James  Verdier  and others,  as well as the commencement of the Bong Mines-Haindii  Road project by China- Union amongst other related stories. Full story


Friday, 15th November 2013
The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia   News SummaryFor Friday, November 15, 2013   Today’s news summary captured several dominating stories in the local dailies including the launching of the US$1 campaign geared towards the Digital Television Pilot Project by LBS,  (DTTP) and the controversial PUL Election Ruling Set For Monday,  amongst others. Full story


Thursday, 14th November 2013
       The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Monrovia, Liberia            NEWS SUMMARY FOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013   Today’s top stories dominating the papers selected for news summary include: the  Exchange of US$36M Note To Finance China-Sponsored Projects between Liberia  and China, the presentation of  Letters of Credence to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by the new French Ambassador accredited to Liberia, amongst other related stories. Full story


Wednesday, 13th November 2013
The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Monrovia, Liberia   NEWS SUMMARY FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013   Today’s top and dominant story captured in the papers  is the untimely tragic death of the Deputy Bank Governor for Economic Policy, Theophilus Bettie, which took place on Friday, November 8, 2013, while attending a bi-annual conference of the West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) in Lagos, Nigeria. Full story


Tuesday, 12th November 2013
  The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Monrovia, Liberia     NEWS SUMMARY FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2013     Today’s dominant stories captured in the papers include the President’s congratulatory message to Angola, adjusted regulations in the police’s restrictions on motorcycles’ plying of Monrovia’s main streets, the National Legislature’s ongoing nationwide oil reforms and Golden Veroleum’s reached deal with some locals. Full story


Monday, 11th November 2013
The Bureau of Public Affairs Ministry of Foreign Monrovia, Liberia ¬† NEWS SUMMARY¬†FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013 ¬† Today‚Äôs dominant stories captured in the local dailies include the slapping of PUL¬†Elections With ‚ÄėInjunction‚Äô by the Court, Pres. Full story


Wednesday, 7th June 2006
THE BUREAU OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia. Full story


Thursday, 15th June 1911
THE BUREAU OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia. Full story


Monday, 30th November -0001
THE BUREAU OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monrovia, Liberia   NEWS SUMMARY FOR WEDNESDAY, March 30, 2016   News of the presentation of the Letters of Credence to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by the new Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdoms of Spain and Thailand and President Johnson Sirleaf’s acceptance of the resignation of Liberia Maritime Authority’s boss, Mr. Full story


Monday, 30th November -0001
President Johnson Sirleafís condolence message to the Government and people of Sierra Leone following the death of that countryís former President, Alhaji Dr. Full story


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