U.N Security Council May Vote on Syria

Another round of violence flared in turbulent Syria Tuesday, as reports of more deaths surfaced amid the relentless government crackdown on protesters. The nearly seven-month-long offensive has drawn world condemnation and calls to action against the government of Bashar al-Assad. The U.N. Security Council could vote as soon as Tuesday on a resolution calling for an immediate halt to the crackdown...

President Koroma and Sierra Leone

Ibrahim Sourie Mansaray, author The last two weeks in Sierra Leone has been extremely interesting. Much electronic diet has been fed into the stomach of the elite class. The independent “monologue” program of David Tam Baryoh has occupied the centerpiece of the media landscape as one of the freest and most objective avenue of debates. The program chaired by David has been hailed...

Dutch Government Sets to Deport Sierra Leonean Refugees

The belated issue of Sierra Leonean refugees in The Netherlands has again taken centre stage during discussions held recently between the Ambassadors of the two countries in Dakar.   The discussions are a logical follow up of several similar ones held in the past between the two governments that culminated in recommendations by The Netherlands for the repatriation of the refugees to Sierra Leone.   “My...