S/Court Halts Weah’s Appointment At IMO

  The Supreme Court on Thursday, July 5, 2018 placed a stay order on the appointment made by President George Weah at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Jamesetta H. Wolokolie, Associate Justice presiding in chambers said...

‘I Killed My Daughter Because She Was A Witch’

A 34-year-old lady identified as Mary Seaton who allegedly beat her six-year-old half daughter to death on Sunday, July 1, 2017 in the Peace Island Community of Oldest Congo Town has confessed to carrying...

Veep Taylor Awarded in London for Excellent Leadership

Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, is today, July 5,2018, in London, United Kingdom, as the Special Honored Guest at the 2018 African Achievers International Lectures & Award ceremonies. The Award ceremony takes place at the British...

Woewiyu convicted of hiding past as Liberian war criminal

   A Delaware County man accused of hiding his past as a top lieutenant to Liberian warlord Charles Taylor was convicted Tuesday on federal immigration fraud charges – the second historic verdict of its kind in...

IAA Validates 5-year Strategic Plans

The Internal Auditing Agency (IAA), Monday 1, 2018 embarked on a   five-day retreat to validate the entity’s five-year strategic plan. Giving an overview of the program in Monrovia, the agency’s Director General, Emmanuel B. Nyeswa,...

Zambia’s Auditor General Resigns for a Career in Liberia

    President Edgar Lungu has disclosed that Acting Auditor General, Mr Ron Mwambwa had disclosed to him that he would be resigning to pursue his career interests in the Republic of Liberia. President Lungu said that...

UN Reviews Liberia, Others Human Rights Records

The UN Human Rights Committee, which monitors implementation by States of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), is meeting in Geneva from July 2 to 27. The Committee will review Bahrain,...

Rights Group Launches Free Legal Services For Children, vulnerable population

A Child Rights group - “Defense for Children International-Liberia (DCI) with support from UNDP has announced the provision of free legal services for women, children and disadvantaged folks, the Advocacy Group’s Executive Director, Foday...

Diplomatic Conflict Kosovo, Serbia Clash Over Liberia’s Position

When Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia a decade ago, the tenderfoot government in Pristina began a staunch duel with Belgrade to be recognized by the world. With 53 countries recognizing Kosovo's long-sought statehood in...

Liberia Commits to UN Convention Against Corruption

Liberia has expressed its commitment to the full implementation of the provisions of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). Representing the Government of Liberia at the Ninth Resumed Session of the Implementation Review Group...