- published: 29 Jan 2014
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The Stop Mob Violence, Use the Rule of Law campaign has been formally launched in Monrovia to raise awareness and to educate on the issue of mob violence and its prevention. Held at the Slipway Football pitch in central Monrovia on Saturday, January 25, the event was attended by representatives of the government, including police and other law enforcement officials, members of the Justice Dpeartment, the legislative bodies, and also representatives of UNMIL and U.N. agencies, including Special Representative of the Secretary General, Karin Landgren. The launch of the year-long campaign follows a rise in mob violence in Liberia and aims to inform, advocate and promote the rule of law and its mechanisms for solving problems, while restoring trust and confidence in the criminal justice s...
The war may be over in Liberia and the government is fighting to restored basic social services such as water, Light and Road among others. There still more issues confronting the people of the Country. Doe Community is a Hell for living, because poor sanitation, lack of safe drinking water, floor is just the way of life for residents.
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English/Nat In a sign that Monrovia's six-week siege is far from over - warring Liberian factions continue to battle on the streets of the Liberian capital. The suburbs of the war-torn capital are also rife with factional battles as Monrovians continue to flee. The latest fighting began when combined forces of warlord Charles Taylor's National Patriotic Front (N-P-F-L) fought with soldiers loyal to rival faction leader Roosevelt Johnson. A common sight on the streets of Monrovia - but with a new group of fighters. This faction of gunmen have entered the six-week long fray on the embattled streets of the war-torn capital. A self-styled group - the 'Butt-Naked Battalion' - have joined the ethnic Krahn fighters in intimidating and fighting the N-P-F-L who hold these ba...
English/Nat Dramatic new pictures show the true chaos and lawlessness on the streets of Monrovia. Looters openly pillage - despite the presence of West African peace keepers in the Liberian capital. Foreigners sheltering behind the safety of the walls of the U-S embassy have told horrific tales of violence. Youths prowl the streets, showing off their booty, stripped from the abandoned homes and offices of Monrovia. They pack the stolen goods and themselves into a badly overloaded car and drive away - knowing no one is there to stop them. Some are armed with machetes - others have automatic weapons - turning the capital into a killing ground. The safest place for foreigners is the heavily guarded U-S embassy. It's the first stop for foreigners fleeing the co...
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FATHER, MOTHER-IN-LAW AND SISTER ALL DEAD FROM THE DEADLY EBOLA VIRUS ON ASHMUND STREET MONROVIA.
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UNMIL Officer-In-Charge Waldemar Vrey today, 8 June called for speedy trials to tackle the high number of convicts in prison currently on pre-trial detention. Speaking at opening of a juvenile and women rehabilitation facility at the Monrovia Central Prison, Monrovia, Vrey urged courts to utilize substitute solutions within the law to resolve challenges of pre-trial detentions. “There is a good indication that women and juvenile will benefit from this project. The number of people serving pre-trial jail is unacceptably high. People should not be brought to court, then locked up. The law allows for alternatives. We are also seeing people serving longer periods in detention that the jail term that is finally handed,” said Vrey. Also present were UNFPA Country Representative Dr. Oluremi ...
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Hundreds of Liberian men marched through the streets of Monrovia in a colorful procession to show their condemnation of acts of rape, particularly rape of children and to encourage the entire national population—especially other men—to commit to end rape in Liberia. A host of women from civil society groups and representatives of the Ministry of Gender joined forces with the men in a joint show of support to end the scourge of rape. The March was staged on Monday, December 2 and progressed from Sinkor to ATS stadium where a program featured remarks by President Sirleaf, and UNMIL DSRSG/Rule of Law, Tamrat Samuel.
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Monrovia California, Knife Ordinance 2012 ( Knife Laws ) Monrovia California is in Los Angeles County's Ordinances so Abide by its ordinances as well as California Penal codes. Let's talk about Monrovia California's, knife Ordinances there seems to be only One and it's location specific. So let's get started. Title 12 Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places Chapter 12.32 Parks § 12.32.050 Restrictions Applicable To City Parks and the Use of Park Facilities. The following conduct or activity shall be prohibited in the use of any park facility and within the limits of any city park. (H). Disorderly or hazardous conduct. Part. (2). Engaging or participating in any game or activity which may create hazard or danger to other persons or property, including, but not limited to, baseball, hitting...
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