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By : jadi.us   * AS PART OF THE CONTRACT, NOKIA AND OPTUS WILL DEVELOP A NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTRE (NOC) Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom) Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Monrovia — The Senior Management of the Millennium Challenge Account Liberia (MCAL) has distanced itself from a FrontPageAfrica publication claiming that Mr. Monie Captan, head of MCAL, was part of a Feb 7 (Reuters) – COSCO Shipping International (Hongkong) Co Ltd: * ‍CO, COSCO SHIPPING (HONG KONG) AND COSCO SHIPPING ENTERED INTO MANAGEMENT SERVICES MASTER AGREEMENT * ‍PROPOSED ANNUAL CAPS PAYABLE Tecnotree today announces an agreement
          Cameroonian Lawyer Looks to Unseat Africa's Longest-Ruling Leader - Voice of America      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Cameroonian Lawyer Looks to Unseat Africa's Longest-Ruling Leader
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A 2015 Transparency International report labeled Cameroon as one of the most corrupt African nations, alongside Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and South Africa. Transparency said corruption creates and increases poverty and exclusion. It also said ...

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          Comment on Playa Tamarindo Costa Rica: Detailed Guide to the Surfing Mecca of Guanacaste by Sammi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi, we recommend going early to purchase tickets and there are two: one with Alfaro or Tralapa. The one with Tralapa leaves from Ave 5, Calle 20/22 at 7:15 AM and 4 PM and it's direct. With Alfaro, it goes at 11:30 AM via Liberia, 3:30 by Tempisque. We recommend getting there early to because you'll buy tickets at the counter since it's a long route.
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Herdoopt na verkoop

SILDA
Bouwjaar 2009, imonummer 9515280, grt 11927
Eigenaar Silda B.V., Valletta, Malta / Sliksloot I B.V.
Manager Longship B.V., Groningen
Bouwwerf San Men Jiantiaogang Shipyard (Zhenjiang) / JTG-007

4-12-2009 opgeleverd als ALAYA aan Linhai Huipu Freight Shipping Ltd., Panama,
in beheer bij Ahilleos Maritime Enterprise Ltd.

25-1-2010 (e) verkocht aan Marten Shipping Ltd., Panama,
in beheer bij Ahilleos Maritime Enterprise Ltd., Varna

31-5-2010 (e) in beheer bij Ahilleos Ship Management Ltd., Varna

3-9-2014 (e) in beheer bij Universal Marine B.V.,
en Ahilleos Ship Management Ltd., Varna

12-2015 verkocht aan CN Bulkers B.V.
(een joint venture tussen Universal Shipping & Trading (Universal Marine Groep)
en NedNor uit Groningen)
28-6-2015 met de sleepboot BRENT vertrokken van Valletta naar Terneuzen
18-7-2015 gearriveerd in de Autrichehaven te Sluiskil
4-2-2016 vertrokken van Terneuzen
5-2-2016 gearriveerd op de Nieuwe Waterweg met de sleepboot OSPREY FEARLESS
en door de SMIT SEINE en TEXELBANK afgemeerd bij Scheepswerf van Brink (Damen)
in de Eemhaven

17-2-2016 (e) verkocht aan Silda B.V., vlag Malta, roepsein 9HA4224,
in beheer bij Longship B.V., Groningen, in de Eemhaven herdoopt SILDA

14-3-2016 verhaald van de Eemhaven met de sleepboten EN AVANT 10 en EN AVANT 9
(als stuurboot) naar Heuvelman's Opleghaven te 's-Gravendeel
8-10-2016 verhaald van 's-Gravendeel naar Pier 1 in de Waalhaven te Rotterdam
met de sleepboten SIRIUS en EN AVANT 7
12-10-2016 vertrokken van Rotterdam op proefvaart en terug naar de Waalhaven
28-10-2016 vertrokken van Rotterdam op proefvaart
29-10-2016 proefvaart op de Noordzee
1-11-2016 proefvaart en ten anker gekomen bij Hoek van Holland
4-11-2016 vertrokken naar Arkhangelsk

19-7-2018 (e) verkocht Adamar Shipping Ltd.
Manager Adakent Gemi Isletmeciligi ve Ticaret Ltd Sti (Adakent Ship Management),
Istanbul, Turkeije
Vlag Liberia, thuishaven Monrovia, roepsein D5RF8, herdoopt ADAMAR

Informatie Scheepsfotoruilbeurs na tip René Cornel

SILDA op 8-10-2016 van 's-Gravendeel naar Rhenus (Pier 1) Waalhaven, Rotterdam

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          Liberia:Liberia - Srimex, Aminata Withdraw 'Road Fund' Lawsuit Against Government      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Two local petroleum companies have dropped a writ of prohibition filed against the Government of Liberia over the collection of storage fees intended to fund road projects in the country.
          Liberia:EU Technical Support Boosts Liberia's Revenue Collection      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) has hugely commended Ecorys for its outstanding technical support to the Authority over the years.
          Liberia:Grand Bassa County - Superintendent Embarks On Fixing Damaged Bridges      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Buchanan -Grand Bassa County Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh on Wednesday, August 8, began a county sponsored-initiative to recondition several damaged bridges that are putting travelers at risk in District #2, Grand Bassa County.
          Liberia:Liberia - Monrovia City Police Arrest Several People for Illegally Disposing Garbage      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Monrovia City Police has arrested four persons for illegally disposing of dirt in the streets. Illegal disposal of garbage violates city ordinance # 1 section 10 which speaks against littering.
          West Africa:Liberia - President Weah & Legislators Should Take Cue From Ghana's Addo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Ghanaian President Nana Akufo -ADDO, in an unprecedented move this week announced the dismissal of his energy minister, Boakye Agyarko due to proposals for a renegotiation of a $510 million private power deal with Africa Middle East Resources Investment Ltd.
          Liberia:Weah Nominates Nagbe as Associate Justice for Supreme Court      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Dawn] President George Manneh Weah has nominated Sinoe County Senator Cllr. Joseph Nagbe as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia to fill a vacant seat left following 70 year - old Associate Justice Phillip A.Z. Banks' retirement on Tuesday, 7 August.
          Rumah Cemara Bandung Wakili Indonesia di Kejuaraan Dunia Sepak Bola Anak SATUC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Liputan6.com, Bandung Kejuaraan dunia sepak bola yang menyatukan anak-anak yatim piatu, pengungsi dan anak-anak yang kurang beruntung Sheika Al Thani Underprivileged Children (SATUC) World Cup digelar. Indonesia akan mengirimkan tim untuk turnamen yang digelar mulai 10-19 Agustus 2018 di Sofia, Bulgaria.

Dalam turnamen ini, Indonesia akan diwakili tim yang dikelola Rumah Cemara, sebuah organisasi berbasis komunitas di Bandung. Untuk pertama kalinya Indonesia akan mengirimkan tim untuk berlaga di ajang turnamen sepak bola internasional SATUC World Cup.

SATUC World Cup pertama kalinya digelar pada 2013 oleh SATUC, sebuah organisasi nonprofit dari Mesir yang bekerja untuk membantu anak-anak kurang mampu atau kurang beruntung.

Manajer tim Indonesia untuk SATUC World Cup Indra Simorangkir mengatakan, sebanyak delapan anak-anak telah terpilih untuk berangkat ke Bulgaria. Mereka akan berkompetisi bersama anak-anak dari 15 negara lain, yaitu Bulgaria, Mesir, Inggris, Kamerun, Syria, Palestina, Maroko, Pantai Gading, dan Peru, Yaman, Meksiko, Nigeria, Irak, Kamboja, dan Liberia.

"Tim Indonesia berasal dari seleksi yang dilakukan terhadap anak yatim, anak yang hidup dalam kemiskinan dan yang kurang bernasib baik terutama dalam hak kemasyarakatan," ujar Indra dalam keterangan tertulisnya, Kamis (9/8/2018).

Menurut Indra, proses seleksi dilakukan selama enam bulan dengan melibatkan komunitas sepak bola anak yang tergabung dalam program sepak bola sosial Rumah Cemara.

Indra menjelaskan, sepak bola telah menjadi media efektif dalam menjalankan kegiatan sosial di Rumah Cemara. Selama ini Rumah Cemara secara rutin menggelar League of Change yaitu turnamen sepak bola jalanan untuk komunitas yang terpinggirkan di Indonesia, serta mengikuti Homeless World Cup (HWC), sebuah kejuaraan dunia untuk kelompok masyarakat yang termarjinalkan secara sosial.

"Setiap orang berhak bermain sepak bola tanpa membedakan orang atau komunitas. Sepak bola adalah bahasa universal yang sangat mudah dipahami dan orang akan lebih mudah saling mengenal. Sepak bola menjadi media di mana orang-orang dapat tetap berhubungan, menambah persahabatan dan mengubah kehidupan," ungkapnya.

Indra berharap, melalui keikutsertaan di SATUC World Cup 2018, anak-anak asuhannya memperoleh pengalaman nyata dalam mengubah kehidupan.

Mereka tidak hanya dapat bermimpi dan berpikir besar, melainkan juga kelak dapat membagikan kemampuannya membawa orang lain mengalami perubahan hidup melalui sepak bola.

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          Comment on Invention: Allwrencher Smart Wrench, a Multi-Size Ratcheting Wrench by glenn      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
They are legit sizes in metric. 18, 19 and 20mm. Sae? Not so much. There are three countries that still officially use the imperial system. Liberia, Myanmar and the USA. Perhaps a lack of marketing knowledge. Plus the fact that it is totally a gimmick tool. I have a single 200mm shifter (in Australia, adjustable wrenches are known as shifters), that will do nut/bolt sizes from zero to 40mm . Hardly need a set of these. To me its a bit like reinventing the wheel as a decahedron. It will get the job done but just not as well as the real thing. Ie; the right sized socket or spanner. (A wrench is known in Australia as a spanner). Also as an aside, being called a spanner in Australia is like being called a tool, which means you are useless, lol.
          Liberia:Grand Bassa to Get Eye Health Center      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] The New Sight Eye Center (NSEC) and the Government of Liberia (GoL) through the Ministry of Health (MoH) have finalized the working of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed to establish a comprehensive eye center in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.
          Briefing: Another Ebola outbreak in Congo, this time in a conflict zone      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Barely one week after the Democratic Republic of Congo declared an end to its ninth outbreak of Ebola, it announced, on 1 August, its 10th. Only this time, the deadly virus has struck a new part of the country, one rife with armed groups and long ravaged by conflict.

 

Here’s our briefing on the latest outbreak and the unique response challenges it poses.

 

Where is the new outbreak?

 

CThe first suspected cases were reported in Mangina, a town about 30 kilometres southwest of the city of Beni (pop: 350,000), in the eastern province of North Kivu. Suspicions were raised after a 65-year-old woman died showing telltale symptoms of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) –  which include high fever, external and internal bleeding, vomiting, and diarrhoea.

 

At the woman’s burial, seven mourners who – in keeping with local tradition – touched her body, became infected.

Map of Congo showing North Kivu Province, Ituri Province, Butembo, Beni, Mangina and latest ebola outbreak information as of 7 August 2018

As of 8 August, the Ministry of Health has recorded cases of haemorrhagic fever in five “health zones”, or catchment areas, in North Kivu: Beni, Butembo, Oicha, Mabalako (where Mangina is located) and Musienene. Cases have also been reported in neighbouring Ituri Province’s Mandima health zone. Lab tests have confirmed the presence of Ebola only in Beni (four cases) and Mabalako (13 cases) health zones.

Congo’s previous outbreak erupted in May in Equateur Province, on the opposite [western] side of the country.

According to the Ministry of Health, both outbreaks feature the Zaire species of the genus ebolavirus (one of four species that causes EVD in humans) but genetic sequencing of samples taken from the new outbreak reveal it to be an entirely different strain to the Equateur one – in other words, it is a new, separate outbreak.

 

This is the first time any strain of Ebola has struck in North Kivu, and experts consider the emergence of the Zaire species – which has a mortality rate of around 90 percent – in eastern Congo to be a particularly worrying development.

 

How many people have been affected?

 

Congo’s Ministry of Health has attributed 34 deaths in North Kivu and two in Ituri to haemorrhagic fever. Laboratory tests have confirmed nine of these fatalities – eight in Mabalako and one in Beni – were caused by Ebola.

 

Across the six affected health zones, there have been 44 cases of haemorrhagic fever, 17 of which are known to have been caused by the Ebola virus. The others are “probable cases” where it was not possible to obtain biological samples for testing. A further 47 suspected cases of Ebola virus – all in Beni and Mabalako health zones – are currently being investigated. A mobile testing laboratory is now operating in the town of Beni and a second will soon be set up in Mangina.

 

By way of comparison, Congo’s previous outbreak, which took place in the eastern Equateur province, killed 33 people. Between 2014 and 2016, a major Ebola epidemic in West Africa – where, unlike in Congo, the disease was virtually unknown – claimed more than 11,000 lives.

 

Could this become a major epidemic?

 

Too early to say really, but asked what worried him most about the current outbreak, Peter Salama, deputy chief of the UN’s World Health Organisation and head of its Health Emergencies Programme, told ScienceInsider: “Beni is very close to Butembo, a commercial centre with a lot of trade that has a population of 800,000 to one million. And Beni is on the road to Goma, another major population centre, where we’ve already had suspected cases.

 

“Superspreading in a village might mean seven people in Mangina with an unsecured burial. In an urban area, it might mean one person going to a shopping centre and affecting 1,000. That’s going to be a trend we’re going to have to grapple with for years and decades to come.”

 

Mangina also lies about 100 kilometres from the Ugandan border, across which there is a constant flow of people and goods, including rebel fighters.

 

How violent is this region?

 

North Kivu in general, and the area around Beni in particular, have for decades been plagued by violence; dozens of armed groups operate in the region and a million people are internally displaced within the province. Many are staying with friends or relatives, creating the kind of cramped living conditions that only help the transmission of Ebola.

 

“In some households, nine people share a tiny bedroom. And they move around a lot in search of food,” Janvier Kaserea Kasayiryo, a spokesman for civil society groups in Beni Territory, told IRIN. “These are the kind of encounters and contacts that favour the spread of the outbreak.”

 

On 7 August, citing local officials, Reuters reported that 14 bodies had been discovered in the town of Tubameme, about 40 kilometres from Mangina. Those killed were said to have been kidnapped by an armed group last week.

 

Since 2014, about 1,000 people in the Beni area have met violent deaths.

 

Ituri, another province where infections have been reported in the latest outbreak, has also seen a recent eruption of violence.

 

What lessons have been learned from the previous outbreaks?

 

Chief among the reasons why the Ebola epidemic that struck West Africa between 2013 and 2016 killed more than 11,000 people was that it took about three months for the virus to be confirmed as the cause of a spate of mysterious deaths that began in southern Guinea in December 2013. By the time the virus was identified, 60 people had died and the outbreak had already spread to the two neighbouring states of Liberia or Sierra Leone.

 

It was not until August 2014, by which time around 1,000 people had died, that the WHO declared the epidemic a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, which helped mobilise a major global response.  

 

Having experienced so many Ebola incidents, Congo has established tried-and-tested response systems, which have contained outbreaks relatively quickly and kept death tolls relatively low.

 

Speed is key, according to Bathé Ndjoloko Tambwe, who heads the Ministry of Health’s Ebola response unit. “The outbreak had hardly been declared on 1 August when we launched the response on the 2nd,” he told IRIN.   

 

“Also, with this new outbreak, we are seeing politicians getting involved. That’s reassuring in terms of mobilising people and resources,” he added.

 

Congo’s previous outbreak in May also saw the first major use of an experimental vaccine, rVSV-ZEBOV, which appeared to play a key role in containing the virus in Equateur. All known contacts of infected parties were located as soon as possible and then vaccinated in a so-called “ring vaccination” campaign, which proved highly successful as none of the 3,300 people vaccinated in Equateur developed EVD.

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A health worker takes temperatures in Mangina.

Can the same be done here?

 

The experimental vaccine is only effective against the Zaire species, so it can and is being deployed in North Kivu to contain the outbreak.

 

Congo has 3,200 vaccines left over from the last outbreak, and their manufacturer, Merck, has 20,000 more in stock. The first vaccination teams began working in Mangina on 8 August and preparations are being made to mount another “ring vaccination” campaign.

 

As was the case in Equateur, a major challenge here, in a region with little electrical power, will be to keep the vaccines at a temperature of -70 degrees Celsius by setting up a “cold chain” – a series of refrigeration units dotted across the area of the outbreak.

 

But a more formidable hurdle is the widespread insecurity that could prevent the free movement of health workers, surveillance teams, and teams tasked with explaining to local communities how to reduce the risk of contracting the Ebola virus.

 

And because vaccination teams may need to keep their field visits very short, the WHO is considering vaccinating all the residents of villages home to suspected infections, rather than spending time on the laborious process of identifying contacts. That said, about 1,000 contacts have been identified in North Kivu already.

 

Is there any treatment for EVD?

 

There is no specific medical treatment for Ebola patients. Those showing signs of EVD are given supportive therapy, which includes balancing the patient's fluid and electrolytes, maintaining their oxygen status and blood pressure, and treating such patients for any complicating infections. Treatment centres have been set up in Mangina and Beni.

 

Some therapeutic treatments are under development. Details here.

 

What about prevention?

 

Raising awareness about the nature of the Ebola virus and how it is spread is a key element of efforts to contain the outbreak. In an attempt to both respect local custom and to limit the spread of the virus, the Ministry of Health is promoting what it calls “safe and dignified burials”.

 

Relatives of people who die “can no longer touch the corpse because it is wrapped in a special bag before being buried,” a health ministry official told IRIN, noting that this went against the tradition of washing and hugging the bodies of deceased loved ones.

 

“We are working with communications experts, psychologists, as well as religious and traditional leaders to make people understand the need to abandon these traditional practices,” he added.

 

Ebola is named after the Ebola River, near the village of Yambuku where the first known outbreak occurred in 1976.

 

(Additional reporting by Anthony Morland)

 

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Briefing: Another Ebola outbreak in Congo, this time in a conflict zone jhp_4186.jpg Claude Sengenya News Aid and Policy Conflict Health MANGINA The Democratic Republic of Congo IRIN Africa East Africa DRC
          Liberia/Cote d'Ivoire:Drogba Extols Pres. Weah for Invite      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Ivorian football legend Didier Drogba has appreciated President George Weah for inviting him to Liberia during the climaxing of the country's 171st Independence Day celebration on July 26 this year.
          Liberia:Monrovia City Police Arrest 4 Persons for Illegally Disposing Dirt      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] The Monrovia City Police has arrested four persons for illegally disposing dirt in the streets.
          Liberia:"Each Senator Earns U.S. $10k Per Month" - Says VP Taylor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] In a bid to win over Bong County voters in favor of her chosen candidate in the 2018 senatorial by-elections, Josiah Melvin Cole, Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor disclosed that each Senator's monthly earning amounts to US $10,000.
          Liberia:"I'm Going to the Supreme Court With My Own Style"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Senator Joseph N. Nagbe of Sinoe has said if confirmed by the Senate as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, he will exhibit his own worth and style to dispense justice that will maintain peace and security in the country at all times .
          Comentário sobre Fragata Liberal zarpa para a Operação de Paz Líbano XIV por joao marcos antunes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"Nosso Barco, Nossa Alma"! tive e tenho a honra de ter o título de "FLIBERIANO" do melhor escolta da América do Sul. Vida longa a LILI!
          Liberia:African Court Pushes Liberia to Ratify Protocol      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Amid extensive human rights abuses in Africa, due mainly to political instability and civil war, the African Union (AU) has committed to strengthening human rights systems on the continent, to positively influence the improvement of human rights and justice and has urged the Liberian Government to ratify the Protocol of the African Court of Human and Peoples Rights
          Liberia:Achieving Liberia's Pro-Poor Agenda With a Pro-Liberia and Pro-Self Dependency and Anti-Aid Mindset.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] After over 170 years of independence, I'm in total agreement with President Weah that the time has come to effectively transform our nation. We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are. We need to transform our nation in making critical and informed decisions, negotiating contracts and concession agreements that benefit the country and people, control spending, eliminate waste, improve infrastructure (Roads! Roads! Roads), create jobs, develop the agriculture and agribusiness sectors, effe
          Liberia:INCHR Catalogues Liberia's 'Latest' Human Rights Violations      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Authorities of the Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR) of Liberia yesterday, August 7, 2018, released its 2017 Human Rights Situation Report, published in June this year.
          Liberia:Abandoning 'The Devil' - What the Weah Govt Must to Secure World Bank U.S. $500m      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Racing against time, the George Weah-led government is hoping to complete its much-coveted coastal highway road project within a three-year time frame. The president has not hidden his desire. In fact, he was clear, during a tour of Bong County in June while responding to his critics, that roads development was crucial if he must have any chances of winning a second term.
          Liberia:Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor Declares Assets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia's Vice President, Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, has filed her 2018 assets declaration with the Liberia Anti-corruption Commission (LACC).
          Liberia:"Liberia Yet to Ratify ACHPR Protocol"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Liberia:"Food Security, Nutrition Are Important Development"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Republic] United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) representative in Liberia, Madam Mariatou Njie, says food security and nutrition are recognized as important for the overall development of a Country and have been highlighted among the long-term fundamental issues in national economic development.
          Liberia:Former First Lady Nettie Blah Wants Security Protection      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Madam Nettie Z. Blah, former First Lady of the Republic of Liberia, recently called on the government of President George Weah to provide security guards at her residence in Paynesville, a suburb of Monrovia.
          Liberia:Eton CEO Arrives to Finalize U.S. $536 Loan Deal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Observer] Against the backdrop of a slew of media reports suggesting that the controversial ETON loan agreement passed into law by the legislature had indeed fizzled out, the ETON company has taken up the charge and dispatched a highly ranked official to Monrovia to clear the air surrounding the controversy in an apparent attempt allay growing public concerns about the loan which observers say smacks of a "419 deal.
          1/10/2018 - The Jiggy Jaguar Show      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
THE EVA BLACK MONEY GAME IMPACTS REAL LIFE! GET THE TECH THAT CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! The Hunter Group has Seized nearly $2 billion dollars of terrorists assets since 2010. BLACK MONEY TRACKER: Thomas Creal is founder of The Hunter Group and Co-Creator of the Eva Black Money Game. Creal has been an expert in tracing black money for over 35 years, including his days at the United Nations as the sanction expert for tracking down the assets of rogue dictators. He is the author of the published book, Money Magicians. GET THE GAME: www.blackmoneygames.com Calling all Gamers! Eva Black Money has been released FOR IPHONE AND GOOGLE PLAY! When the time comes to take action, there's no waiting around. Jump on board with legendary forensic accountant Thomas Creal and travel the world to find and exterminate Black Money. Enter locations across the globe searching for evidence no matter what stands in the way! Navigate through war zones and the corporate world to bring these warlords down. Some levels will challenge your skills and observation skills while others turn into a fight for survival against armed poachers! Stay on your mission and keep your front line safe. Put an end to international black money today �¢?? play and compete with The Eva Series. The Eva Series is a combination of mobile game apps and short films focused on black money. The purpose is to stop the many trails of black money, teach young game players forensic skills and compete through game interaction. Good luck and be safe. ASK TOM ABOUT... (1) How Elephant poachers, Islamic terrorists targeting Mid East Christians and organized crime bad guys use the new social media technology to fuel funding for their illegal activities (2) Why Tom Creal chose video gaming as a weapon against them and how the Eva Black Money App Game was born Eva Black Money Game is available on iTunes and GooglePlay, and can be played on any touch screen device, just like Candy Crush. (3) Eva is a fun game like Candy Crush. And meant to be played by people all around the world. It has two purposes. One, the players will continue to think about black money as the root of evil and begin to use the words in their everyday lives. Thus, the message will travel worldwide via the game. Second, the game revenues are being used to provide more funding of Creal�¢??s team to expand its work in attacking money movers that are tied to the bad guys. (4) Through the power of millions of game players, people, especially the younger generation will understand the damage caused by black money, warlords, wardogs and all their aiders and abettors, more actions such as black money seizures, and recoveries for victims can be taken. (5) Tom Hanks to film blockbuster Black Money Games in Croatia with Serbian actress Katarina Radivojevi�?? (6) Tom Creal's partnership with ex mobster Michael Franzese BIO: Creal is a recognized expert in the field of international forensic accounting, asset tracing and recovery of illicit funds, advising developing nations on financial protocols, prosecuting war crimes and the use of money as a weapon of influence. He was the lead expert for Task Force 2010 in Afghanistan focused on tracing monies to the Taliban and other Insurgencies, as well as the recovery of such monies during the two years he was under the command of Rear Admiral Kathleen Dussault and Major General Ross Ridge. Mr. Creal has served as a Panel Expert for the United Nations Security Council under three different Resolutions including the Resolution 1532 sanctions levied against Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia and his associates. Creal led the effort for President Sirleaf of the Republic of Liberia for asset recovery targeting the reparation of over $3 billion in damages. He has both government and private sector experience, serving as the Chief of Staff for the elected Illinois State Comptroller and as the Partner-in-Charge for forensic accounting at the firm, RSM McGladrey/Checkers Simon and Rosner. WEBSITE: www.hunterforensics.com WATCH: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSUwGIzLEDg TWITTER: @BlackMoney2020 Close
          Liberia:PUL's President Vows to Punish Journalists Who Criticize Financial Report      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[New Democrat] The Press Union of Liberia says criticism meted against its financial report is a deliberate falsehood and a misrepresentation of material facts.


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