May 29, 2016
Liberia: Krutown Youths Plan Anti-Erosion March - As Other Municipal Groups Pledged to Join
Liberia's land space continue to be threaten by persistence sea erosions victimizing densely populated slum communities along the coast, including New Krutown and West Point in… Read more »
Liberia: *ICC Publishes List of Qualified Counsels*
The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, has finally published on its website the list of professional legal counsels who have been duly vetted consistent with its… Read more »
Liberia: Where Is the U.S.4 Million? Senate Seeks Explanation - Accuses Public Works
The Liberian Senate Plenary fell into an atmosphere of uneasiness when senators began questioning the whereabouts of 4 million United States dollars approved in the past fiscal… Read more »
Liberia: To Istanbul Programme of Action - Liberia Reaffirms Commitment
Liberia has reaffirmed its commitment to the protocols of the Istanbul Program of Action at the Midterm Review of the Istanbul Program of Action that convened in Antalya as Vice… Read more »
Liberia: Backlashes - - Will There Be Any Biting From GW Report?
For the first time in Government's war against what President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf described in her maiden inaugural speech as "public enemy number one", the first big fishes are… Read more »
May 16, 2016
Liberia: LACC Ends First Phase of Anti-Corruption Awareness in Schools
The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) has completed the first phase of its anti-corruption awareness campaign in schools. The first phase which climaxed at the William V.S.… Read more »
Liberia: Youth Play Critical Role in 2017 Elections
River Gee County Senator Conmany B. Wesseh says the youth will play the biggest role in the political process in the 2017 political decision making. Read more »
Liberia: Muslims Welcomes LCC Rejection of Christian State
The National Muslim Council of Liberia has welcomed the recent statement by the Liberia Council of Churches denouncing Proposition 24 of the Constitution Review Committee which… Read more »
Liberia: Tighten Screws On GW Report Culprits
The Government of Liberia has apparently gladly acknowledged the kleptocrats-shaming report by the Global Witness with the setting up a special taskforce to conduct an… Read more »
Liberia: Sherman Denies GW 'Fabrications'
The Liberian nation was stunned, yet again, when another nerves-wrecking corruption scandal allegedly involving former and current officials in the Ellen Sirleaf administration… Read more »
May 09, 2016
Liberia: MRU Commit to Combating Terrorism
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has concluded a One-Day Working Visit to Guinea and Sierra Leone with a commitment to collaborate on the fight against terrorism in the Mano River… Read more »
Liberia: Man, 20, Rapes Girl 14 in Jallah Town
A 20 year-old man has been charged with multiple criminal offences including rape which he committed against a 14 year-old minor in the Jallah Town community. It was alleged that… Read more »
Liberia: Liberia Security Face Daunting Challenges - Small Arm Commission Says After UNMIL Departure
The Liberia Commission on Small Arms (LICOMSA) says the country’s security stands to face daunting challenges after the departure of the United Nations Mission in Liberia… Read more »
Liberia: South Africa Couldn't Have 20-yrs Democracy If…
There is no way possible that the people of South Africa could have celebrated that nation’s 20 years of constitutional democracy without remembering the role of Liberia and… Read more »
Liberia: No Tax Evasion - NOVAFONE Reacts; Challenges FPA for Proof
The burden of proof lies within the in the purview of FontpageAfrica Newspaper to validate their claims of the closure of the NOVAFONE GSM Company as reported by the paper since… Read more »
Liberia: Who Heads UP?
As the tenure of the leadership of the ruling Unity Party expired last Friday, May 6, reports of reluctance by party executives to convene party convention are emerging. Read more »
Liberia: Cherue Takes over Huge Challenges - Named Justice Minister; Can He Cope?
A former legislator and senior member of the Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA), Cllr. Frederick Cherue has been designated Minister of Justice by President Ellen Johnson… Read more »
Liberia: Fear Grips Politicians - Over Weah's Decision for 2017
The opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) says it attention is drawn to series of negative media publicity against its political leader and presidential contender,… Read more »
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