Tag: Liberia

Prince Johnson, presidential candidate in Liberia: A man isn’t dead until he is buried

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on September 26, 2010 1 Comment
Prince Johnson, presidential candidate in Liberia: A man isn’t dead until he is buried

The news that Prince Johnson, one of the most dangerous warlords in Liberia during their civil war in the 90s, is running for president, is a shock for those who fight for democracy, justice, and peace. Prince Johnson is famously known as the warlord in Liberia who tortured and murdered ex-president Samuel Doe. Far from being […]

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Naomi Campbell to Testify at Charles Taylor Trial: The witness of a rat is another rat.

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Naomi Campbell to Testify at Charles Taylor Trial: The witness of a rat is another rat.

The controversial Naomi Campbell, the super model, was called to testify at Charles Taylor‘s U.N. trial at the Hague regarding reports that she received diamonds from the former war lord and president of Liberia. Charles Taylor will certainly be remembered as a brutal and evil person whose greed for diamonds has fueled the civil war with neighboring Sierra […]

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First woman president of Costa Rica: A man without a woman is only half a man.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on February 11, 2010 0 Comments
First woman president of Costa Rica: A man without a woman is only half a man.

Mrs.Chinchilla will become the first woman to lead her country after securing a clear victory in the presidential election in Costa Rica. She is joining a short list of women presidents in the world, such as:Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, Maria Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo of Philippines, and Michele Bachelet of Chile. For sure, the more women […]

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A little rain each day will fill the river to overflowing.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 1, 2009 1 Comment
A little rain each day will fill the river to overflowing.

Even after being hit hard in the past weeks by the Israeli army for shooting rockets, it seems that the terrorist group Hamas (or resistance group for it supporters) didn’t learn their lesson. Hamas fired five rockets into Israel. For those who have been following this deadly conflict, the scenario is the same. The rain […]

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