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Sierra Leone News
In Sierra Leone, a total of 126 prisoners have walked out of prison as free men and women, as a New Year’s gift through a pardon by President Ernest Bai Koroma.
In Sierra Leone, five suspected cocaine traffickers arrested recently have been released.
In Sierra Leone, a total of 10,824 deaths have been reported for the year ending 2011 by the Births and Deaths Department of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation.
In Sierra Leone, the Bombali district council is among local councils in the country that continue to strive in bringing development to its people.
The government of Sierra Leone has insisted that the ban on timber export is still effective in the country.
Eighteen members of the U.S. Congress have urged their government to insist on a full investigation of “credible reports” that senior Sierra Leonean officials offered permission to conduct illegal and destructive logging operations in exchange for bribes.
Members of the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) say they have had enough of police brutality and resolved to take two presidential bodyguards to court.
The West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) has started a-four-day training for civil society groups in Sierra Leone on specialized training in policy advocacy and
By Mohamed Konneh/WADR Freetown Correspondent
People with disabilities in Sierra Leone have threatened to boycott next year’s presidential and general elections, if the government does not set up a commission to cater for their welfare.