Liberia Questions Recalled U.S. Visas

Following the reported revocations of the U.S. visas of three top officials, including a member of the country's Supreme Court bench, the Liberian government says it's made a "proper representation" to the U.S. embassy in Monrovia seeking clarification on the issue.

U.S Ambassador Deborah Ruth Malac and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

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