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  • 01:35 Ebola Stigma Still Lingers In Liberia

    Ebola Stigma Still Lingers In Liberia

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    Liberia's health minister is investigating the death of one of the country's Ebola heroes. Salome Karwah died last week, following complications after giving birth. Her family says medics in Monrovia refused to help - because they feared she would infect

  • 03:10 Liberia’s Sirleaf Out Of Presidential Election Set For October 2017

    Liberia’s Sirleaf Out Of Presidential Election Set For October 2017

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    Liberia is preparing for the next general election to be held on the 10th of October 2017. Current president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has declared she will not be running. CGTN caught up with the Liberian president and discussed her legacy and whether the c

  • 01:31 Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf In Addis Ababa For Bilateral Talks

    Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf In Addis Ababa For Bilateral Talks

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    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is on an official visit to Ethiopia. She has met with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn to discuss bilateral ties. The two countries are keen to cooperate in various sectors, like health, agriculture, and trade a

  • 01:21 Liberian Government Officials Restricted From Travel For Two Months

    Liberian Government Officials Restricted From Travel For Two Months

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    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has barred all official visits abroad for two months. The decision came a week after business owners and civil society groups staged a protest demanding that parliament take action to stop a surge in prices as the

  • 00:43 Akon In Liberia To Promote Education Project

    Akon In Liberia To Promote Education Project

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    Hip-hop star Akon is in Liberia to endorse the country's plan to outsource the oversight of its primary education system to an American company. Some Liberian educators are however against the plan. They say the country should focus on improving salaries

  • 00:52 Heavy Rains Cut Off Liberia's Main Airport

    Heavy Rains Cut Off Liberia's Main Airport

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    Flash floods have cut off the only road access to Liberia's main airport, forcing travellers to cross some sections by canoe. At certain points the sole road between the capital Monrovia and Roberts International Airport is 1.5 metres underwater. Homes in

  • 03:27 UN To Hand Over Liberia's Security Responsibility On Friday

    UN To Hand Over Liberia's Security Responsibility On Friday

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    The Liberian government is preparing to take responsibility for national security for the first time in 13 years. The United Nations' peacekeeping force, UNMIL, has been in Liberia since the end of the civil war . As the country is in a period of transiti

  • 00:58 Teachers In Liberia Threaten Strike Over Plan To Privatise Schools

    Teachers In Liberia Threaten Strike Over Plan To Privatise Schools

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    Liberia's teachers have threatened to strike over plans to privatise the country's crumbling primary schools. This comes amid growing criticism over a multi-million-dollar project to outsource education in one of the world's poorest nations.The president

  • 02:11 West Africa Ebola Free

    West Africa Ebola Free

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    Liberia recorded the highest number of deaths in this Ebola outbreak - and has experienced a resurgence of the virus twice now. CCTV's Jane Kiyo takes a look back at Liberia's battle with Ebola.

  • 02:20 New Investigations Say WHO Failed To Handle Ebola Crisis

    New Investigations Say WHO Failed To Handle Ebola Crisis

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    New investigations say that the World Health Organization (WHO) "failed" to handle the Ebola crisis

  • 02:08 Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Speaks On Liberia's Post-Ebola Development

    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Speaks On Liberia's Post-Ebola Development

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    Liberia was one of the hardest Ebola hit countries last year but now it has the capacity to contain the epidemic which claimed nearly 4000 lives in the country alone. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf recently spoke to CCTV about the long journey o

  • 01:49 China's Foreign Minister Meets Liberian President

    China's Foreign Minister Meets Liberian President

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    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is wrapping up his West Africa visit in Guinea. He's been touring Ebola-affected countries, offering support. He started in Sierra Leone and then went to Liberia. CCTV's Katerina Vittozzi has more.

  • 02:46 Medecins Sans Frontieres Concerned That Ebola Could Re-surge

    Medecins Sans Frontieres Concerned That Ebola Could Re-surge

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    Even after the initial global panic has died down, the fight against Ebola seems to be far from over. The head of French Charity Medecins Sans Frontieres paid a visit to Liberia and Guinea and painted a very grim picture. CCTV's Kathryn Ogunde reports

  • 01:24 Ebola Response In West Africa Is Getting Better

    Ebola Response In West Africa Is Getting Better

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    The World Health Organisation is expressing optimism that improvements in its operations and response to the Ebola outbreak are paying off. According to the W.H.O's Director-General for the Ebola Response Dr. Bruce Aylward, the recent slump in new infecti

  • 02:35 New Ebola Vaccine

    New Ebola Vaccine

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    VOA’s Linord Moudou gives an update on Ebola. Finally, there's a way to end the suffering from the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged West Africa for more than a year. Researchers say a new vaccine is so effective. VOA’s Carol Pearson reports.

  • 02:43 Chimps Abandoned In Liberia After Decades Of Experiments

    Chimps Abandoned In Liberia After Decades Of Experiments

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    Chimps abandoned in Liberia after decades of experiments Battle to save the hugging chimps: Heartbreaking story of 66 apes and a baby 'abandoned' on island by medical firm after they finished experimenting on them The New York Blood Center set up virus-te

  • 01:34 Libyan Court Sentences Gaddafi Son To Death

    Libyan Court Sentences Gaddafi Son To Death

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    The war crimes trial of two sons of Libya's former dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, begins amid tight security in Tripoli on Monday, in a case causing sensation at home and controversy among rights groups. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his younger brother, Saadi, a

  • 07:09 Liberians Mark 168 Years Of Independence: Boakai Fofana

    Liberians Mark 168 Years Of Independence: Boakai Fofana

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    Liberia celebrated 168 years of independence Sunday with mixed feelings about the state of progress in areas like the economy. In an informal survey conducted by the independent FrontPage Africa newspaper of Liberia, some Liberians said their country has