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- Government of Liberia in forming the new Liberian military. After the turmoil following the First and Second Liberian Civil Wars, Liberia's internal stabilization...
- Demographics of Liberia Americo-Liberians Liberian culture Liberian cuisine Liberian English All pages with titles beginning with Liberian List of Liberians Languages...
- Americo-Liberian people or Congo people or Congau people in Liberian English, are a Liberian ethnic group of African-American, Afro-Caribbean and Liberated...
- The flag of Liberia or the Liberian flag bears a close resemblance to the flag of the United States, representing Liberia's founding by a group of free...
- "Liberian Girl" (edit) – 3:40 "Girlfriend" – 3:05 12" "Liberian Girl" (edit) – 3:40 "Get on the Floor" – 4:44 "Girlfriend" – 3:05 CD single "Liberian Girl"...
- northeast of Liberia, bordering on Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and on Guinea. Some Liberian northerners fled brutal treatment from the Liberian army into...
- Liberian English refers to the varieties of English spoken in Liberia. There are five such varieties: Standard Liberian English or Liberian Settler English...
- Republic of Liberia is divided into fifteen counties. Each is administered by a superintendent appointed by the President. List of Liberian counties by...
- seven years during the First Liberian Civil War and again for two years following the conclusion of the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003. Under the 1986...
- English Liberian English (Similar to American English) Liberian Kreyol language (Vernacular Liberian English) Merico language (Americo-Liberian) Mel languages...
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