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'Very precious' Declaration of Independence copy discovered in a Chichester record office  Click Here to Open in a New Window
ne of only two parchment copies of America's Declaration of Independence has been discovered in a record office in West Sussex, filed away without fanfare for half a century. Researcher
African Ebola Task Force Launches Food Drive for Ebola Orphans & Neglected Children in West Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
: The Minnesota African Task Force Against Ebola (MATFAE) will launch a food drive for Ebola orphans and neglected children in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, on Saturday Feb. 21, at the Brooklyn P
Impeachment Proceedings: UP-USA Vs. Anthony Kanneh Click Here to Open in a New Window
Cognizant of the duties and responsibilities of the National Board of Directors of the National Association of Members of Unity Party in the Americas/Diaspora, as enshrined in its Constitution and by-
Abraham Kamara Considers Brooklyn Park City Council Run Click Here to Open in a New Window
Abraham Kamara, a popular Liberian immigrant, seems poised to plunge into the Brooklyn Park City council race in Nov., a credible source told The Liberian Journal (TLJ)....
Former Tory cabinet minister Sir Eric Pickles not standing in general election Click Here to Open in a New Window
ir Eric served as communities and local government secretary under David Cameron in the last Parliament and was previously Conservative Party chairman. ...
Revealed: the controversial Labour campaign canned before it was even launched Click Here to Open in a New Window
peaking at a campaign event in Swindon he also vowed to scrap zero hours contracts and hinted at financial help for small businesses struggling to pay the living wage. Mr Corbyn told a party
Rory McIlroy to wed Erica Stoll in 13th-century Irish castle  Click Here to Open in a New Window
marry his sweetheart Erica Stoll in the west of Ireland today. The lavish ceremony in the 13th century Ashford Castle is being billed as the wedding of the year, with the rumour mill in over
Dutch 'blood timber' businessman gets 19 years for Liberian crimes Click Here to Open in a New Window
THE HAGUE: Dutch timber trader Guus Kouwenhoven was convicted on Friday as an accessory to war crimes for selling weapons to Liberia's then-President Charles Taylor between 2000 and 2003 in viola





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