Showing posts from November, 2018

Massah Kaikai has been missing since August 2018, no new leads

Stephen Douglas, a Canadian journalist, photographer, author, and media development specialist is leading an online campaign to find Massah Kaikai, who went missing sometime between August 4 and 8, 2018. According to Douglas's blog , one suspect, Ibrahim Mansaray, Massah’s driver, is currently in custody and has been questioned by the Inspector General of Police and the Head of CID. The suspect has provided very little information as to Massah’s disappearance but was in possession of Massah’s iPhone when he was arrested. Mansaray reportedly looted Massah’s apartment of furniture, clothing and kitchen items before returning the keys to the landlords. The apartment was paid for until the end of December 2018. After 45 days, the Cyber Crime Unit of CID finally retrieved scant information from Massah’s phone but it has not proved useful in tracking Massah’s movements or whereabouts. The legal team at Orange, the telecom provider, will not comment and have not been helpful in providi

'25 Years of Peacekeeping in Mano River Basin'

WAR AND PEACE IN LIBERIA TIM  HETHERINGTON  and  CHRIS  HONDROS Featuring the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographers who dedicated their lives to covering conflict zones and played an important role in bringing the Second Liberian Civil War (1999-2003) to an end.  ON VIEW:  26 Oct - 16 Dec 2018 Location:  Bronx Documentary Center--St Mary’s Annex, 364 E. 151st Street, Bronx Free Entrance Location:  Bronx Documentary Center--St Mary’s Annex, 364 E. 151st Street, Bronx 25 years of peacekeeping in Mano River Basin For inquiries about the exhibition, please contact Xia Zhang ( )