Liberia: U.S.$113,600 Clinic Proposed
Members of the House of Representatives are reviewing a proposal for the establishment of a mini clinic valued at US$113,600 at the Capitol. Read more »
Liberia: Ex-Ministers Face Prosecution
Former Gender and Education Ministers Varbah K. Gayflor and Dr. Joseph D.Z. Korto and seven others have been turned over to the Ministry of Justice for prosecution. Read more »
Liberia: Ellen Lauds Liberia-China Friendship
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has praised the People's Republic of China for proving to be a true friend to Liberia throughout the country's difficult days. Read more »
Liberia: Liberian Journalists Praise EJS
Commendations have begun filtering in from a number of Liberian journalists including former Press Union of Liberia President, Peter Quaqua to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf for… Read more »
Liberia: Turkish School Faces Probe
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it has received expression of concern by parents about the recent public comments made by the Foreign Minister of Turkey during a one-day visit… Read more »
Liberia: Police Warns 'Trouble Makers'
With 11 days to political campaign, the Liberia National Police (LNP) appears not to be taking anything for granted, particularly violence by some unscrupulous individuals, who are… Read more »
Liberia: Ricks Gets Scholarships, Computers
Liberia's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China has provided three scholarships and four sets of computers to Ricks Institute in Virginia, outside Monrovia. Read more »
Liberia: 170th Independence Activities Commence Today
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released the Calendar of Events in observance of Liberia's 170th Independence Anniversary under the theme: "Sustaining the Peace". Read more »
Liberia: Karnwea's Fate 'Hanging'
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Liberia: Female Lawyers End Regional Confab.
An all-female Liberian delegation comprising of one associate justice and three judges recently attended the International Association of Women Judges' (IAWJ)'s first West African… Read more »
Liberia: 'Enforce Tax Law'
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is urging authorities at the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) to use all legal means possible to enforce the country's tax law. Read more »
West Africa: Ecowas Group Visits Supreme Court
A high-powered delegation from the ECOWAS Network of Elections Commissioners (ECONEC) Tuesday paid a courtesy call on Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of… Read more »
Liberia: Nat'l Budget Passed
The House of Representatives has passed the draft 2017/18 national budget in the amount of US$563,563,423.00. Read more »
Liberia: Boakai Wants Political Parties Collaborate
Vice President Joseph Boakai has stressed the need for political parties in Africa to collaborate to strengthen democracy on the continent. Read more »
Liberia: Supreme Court Reserves Ruling
The Supreme Court of Liberia has reserved ruling in the appeal case filed against former Minister of Commerce Miatta Beyslow. Read more »
Liberia: Ambulance 'Shortage'
The NEWS has reliably learnt that most of the ambulances that were used in Montserrado County during the Ebola outbreak have broken down. Read more »
Liberia: Abuja's Diplomatic Community Pays Tribute
The Diplomatic Community in Abuja has paid an emotional tribute to the late Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin. Read more »
Liberia: Ellen Reaffirms Commitment
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has reaffirmed government's commitment to upholding and promoting a vibrant and free press in Liberia. Read more »
Liberia: LDEA Destroys U.S.$1.6 Million Drugs
Authorities of Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA) have destroyed over 24.056 kilogram of assorted drugs valued more than US$1.6 million. Read more »
Liberia: 30 Midwives Trained As Mentors
The Liberia Prevention of Maternal Mortality (LPMM) in collaboration with the Liberia Midwifery Association (LMA) has trained 30 midwives as Master Mentors. Read more »
Liberia: Supreme Court Backs NEC
The Supreme Court of Liberia has denied a prohibition filed by aspirant Abu Kamara, who was recently rejected by the National Elections Commission (NEC). Read more »
Liberia: 'I Support the Rigorous Implementation of the Code of Conduct'
The most talked about issue of this intense political season, permeating the facilities of political headquarters of various political parties and sending a shock wave to the… Read more »
Liberia: Audit Report Hunts Flomoyan, Others
Ex-National Elections Commission Chairman, James M. Flomoyan and four others from the Commission are still being hunted by an audit report of the General Auditing Commission (GAC)… Read more »
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