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Discrimination against Sierra Leone diplomat impelled America to desegregate PDF Print E-mail
News - International
Written by Hadi Bah   

Discrimination against a Sierra Leonean diplomat based solely on the color of his skin at a restaurant on a Maryland highway rest stop

 
UN Security Council reform, a wild goose, should not be chased by Sierra Leone PDF Print E-mail
News - Feature Stories
Written by Hadi Bah   

UN Security Council reform has been a preoccupation of many countries and organizations since the Council comprised of five permanent members

 
Stockholm syndrome had no role in kidnap of Sierra Leonean diplomat PDF Print E-mail
News - Politics
Written by Hadi Bah   

The recent kidnapping of Nelson Williams, Sierra Leone's deputy high commissioner to Nigeria exposed inaccuracies

 
C.A. Kamara-Taylor is fondly remembered in Kambia District PDF Print E-mail
News - Inside Sierra Leone
Written by Hadi Bah   

C.A. Kamara-Taylor is well remembered by his constituents for the many development projects he brought to Madina,

 
Sir Milton Margai almost died during a 1962 visit to Guinea PDF Print E-mail
News - International
Written by Hadi Bah   
Sir Milton Margai almost died on Guinean territory during a January 1962 visit to repair ruptured relations with
 
Where C.A. Kamara-Taylor once slept, three Rs are now taught PDF Print E-mail
News - Inside Sierra Leone
Written by Hadi Bah   

A five building complex that C.A. Kamara-Taylor, a long serving second vice president in the regime of President Siaka