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first_imgThe Liberia Football Association (LFA) has denied reports that two foreign-based players, Sekou Jabateh and Alseny Keita, clashed with Liberia FA President Musa Bility over bonuses before the 1-0 victory over Lesotho on Sunday.LFA General Secretary Alphonso Amah said the reports were false and misleading, adding that no such incident occurred prior to the Lesotho encounter at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia.“No players complained as to what was allotted for them, including the two overseas players Sekou Jabateh and Alseny Keita,” he pointed out.The LFA chief scribe revealed that each foreign-based player received US$500 while home-based players got US$250.“At no time [did] LFA President Musa Bility clash with Sekou Jabateh and Alseny Keita over money issues. The news is only intended to damage the good work of Bility’s administration,” he stressed.A local sports newspaper, Champions Sports, claimed on Monday that LFA President Musa Bility and two foreign-based players clashed over bonuses before the match with Lesotho.On Sunday, it finished 1-0 to Liberia at home in the African Cup of nations qualifier against Lesotho at Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in Monrovia. Liberian skipper and midfielder Anthony Laffor grabbed the only goal of the game. Laffor, who plays for South African side Super Sports, struck five minutes before half time.The Liberians will take a slim lead to Maseru for the return leg.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img“When we find somebody who may have information regarding a potential attack on America, you bet we’re going to detain them, and you bet we’re going to question them,” he said during a hastily called Oval Office appearance. “The American people expect us to find out information, actionable intelligence so we can help protect them. That’s our job.” Bush volunteered his thoughts on a report on two secret 2005 memos that authorized extreme interrogation tactics against terror suspects. “This government does not torture people,” Bush said. Meanwhile, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin, D-Mich., demanded a copy of a third Justice Department memo justifying military interrogations of terror suspects held outside the United States. In a letter to Attorney General nominee Michael Mukasey, Levin wrote that two years ago he requested – and was denied – the March 14, 2003, legal opinion. Levin asked if Mukasey would agree to release the opinion if the Senate confirms him as attorney general, and cited what he described as a history of the Justice Department stonewalling Congress. “Such failures and the repeated refusal of (the Department of Justice) to provide Congress with such documents has prevented the Congress from fulfilling its constitutional responsibilities to conduct oversight,” Levin wrote. The White House said Mukasey has not been cleared to read the classified documents Levin requested. The two Justice Department legal opinions from 2005 were disclosed in Thursday’s editions of The New York Times, which reported that the first opinion authorized the use of painful methods, such as head slaps, freezing temperatures and simulated drownings known as waterboarding, in combination.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SECURITY: Bush defends questioning and detainment of terrorism supsects in brief meeting at the Oval Office. By Jennifer Loven THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON – President Bush defended his administration’s methods of detaining and questioning terrorism suspects Friday, saying both are successful and lawful. last_img read more