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Radio Netherlands
Wereldomroep Nederland

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You can hear the documentary "Faceless Warriors" here on the web at the top of this page. And further down, you can listen to an interview with the missionary Chet Lowe.
Red Cross & Red Crescent

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THE POWER OF HUMANITY

The Federation's mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. Vulnerable people are those who are at greatest risk from situations that threaten their survival, or their capacity to live with an acceptable level of social and economic security and human dignity. Often, these are victims of natural disasters, poverty brought about by socio-economic crises, refugees, and victims of health emergencies.

BISHOP ALFRED GARPEE REEVES

BISHOP ALFRED GARPEE REEVES
Running cadidate for NRP - National Reformation Party at the 2005 Presidential Elections.
ReliefWeb

ReliefWeb
ReliefWeb is a project of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) providing actual news from disater areas in the world. ReliefWeb is updated from their New York and Geneva offices every half-hour, from 0800 to 2400 GMT. The ReliefWeb mandate is to post reports and documents only from disasters in countries whose governments request external humanitarian assistance, to which the UN responds.
RIVERCESS COUNTY

Rivercess County
Rivercess (sometimes spelled River Cess) is one of Liberia's 15 counties. Rivercess is the county's capital.
RIVER GEE COUNTY River Gee is one of 15 counties of Liberia. It was created in 2000 from the southern portion of Grand Gedeh County. Fish Town is the county's capital.
Joseph Jenkins Roberts

Joseph Jenkins Roberts

President Joseph Jenkins Roberts (1809-1876): Founder of Liberia. Born in Norfolk, Virginia USA. Joseph Jenkins Roberts was governor under the Colonization Society at the time the republic was established, became its first and later its sixth president (184856, 187276) and gained the respect of the European colonial powers by his able exposition of Liberia's rights as a free and independent nation.
Roberts International Airport

Airport
Roberts International Airport - Monrovia/Liberia, Promoted by www.sierraleonebusinesslinks.com
ROBERTSPORT Robertsport is a town in western Liberia, on a peninsula separated from the mainland by Lake Piso. It was an Allied Forces submarine base in World War II and later became a seaside resort known for surfing. The town was destroyed in the Liberian Civil War but has now been partly rebuilt, its main industry now fishing.
Edward James Roye
PRESIDENT

Edward James Roye

(1815 - 1872)

Edward James Roye (1815 - 1872) was an American-Liberian political figure. Edward Roye was born into a prosperous family in Newark, Ohio, in the United States. Royce attended Ohio University, in Athens, OH. He emigrated to Liberia in 1846 and set up business as a merchant. In 1849, Roye became active in Liberian politics, rising to the position of President of Liberia in 1870. Roye took office in the midst of a fiscal crisis and was ultimately ousted by his opponents in October 1871. He began a program of reconstruction for his nation intending to build new roads and schools. In an attempt to fulfil his dream of building roads and schools, Roye sailed to England and negotiated a high interest loan with London banks, without consent from the legislature. Roye returned to Liberia with $90,000 however, bonds had been issued for $400,000. Roye faced resentment and bitterness, and was accused of corruption. He tried to extend his two-year term as president, resulting in an uprising by Liberians. Roye sailed for England where he began negotiations with London banks. He was brought to trial, but escaped in the night and is said to have drowned in an attempt to reach a English ship in Monrovia harbor, on Feb. 12, 1872. There are conflicting claims that Roye was in fact killed by his enemies and dragged through the streets of Liberia. There are also claims that Roye was imprisoned.
Running Africa

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Liberian News, Commentaries and Announcements.

Alfred F. Russell
PRESIDENT

Alfred F. Russell

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President of Liberia: January 20, 1883 - January 7, 1884
African-American repatriates Alfred F. Russell was sent to Liberia by the American Colonization Society in 1860. He later served as President of Liberia from 1883-1884. His very appearance typified the mulatto class and mulatto doctrine of separation from the masses of the people. Many of them were nearly indistinguishable from their white ancestry. During most of the nineteenth century, the mulatto class ran the government, economy, and the academic life of Liberia.
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