Man Electrocuted

By  Peter N. Toby A resident of Bussy Quarters was Monday morning was found hanging after being electrocuted when he attempted to steal power in the community. According to eyewitnesses, the late Kollie was asked by...

Missing Witness: What Michael Allison Would Have Said About Exxon U$5million ‘Bribes’

Prosecutors are expected this week to present findings of a presidential mandated inquiry into Global Witness’ report that former key Johnson Sirleaf’s administration officials received irregular payments after concluding oil concession with US firm...

Weah Is French In Heart and Spirit

Sports, along with politics, will be on the menu this week, when Liberia's new president makes his first official trip outside Africa. George Weah will not be visiting the United States, which has long had...

Be Hope Givers, Avoid Parochial Interest – VP Taylor Tells Senators

Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor Tuesday assumed her official duties as president of the Liberian Senate, imploring members of the senate to put aside their personal and narrow interest. “We will put aside all...

Ellen & Son Approve US$5million ‘Bribes’

The New Democrat has obtained evidence detailing how a single US oil firm may have succeeded in compromising nearly all Liberian officials who matter to it obtaining a lucrative oil deal off the West...

We Want More Loans – Legislators

The Plenary session of the House of Representatives Tuesday unanimously passed a joint resolution mandating President George Weah to secure more financing agreements with the primary objective of   constructing more roads across Liberia. Representatives Joseph...

‘Blood Timber’ Trader- Faces Taylor’s Fate

A notorious Dutch war criminal and gunrunner who fled justice in the Netherlands has been arrested after being tracked down to his Cape Town mansion. The “blood timber” trader, Guus Kouwenhoven, 75, arrived in...

UNDP Refurbishes UL Legal Aid Clinic

As part of support to institutions in the Liberia, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) presented $30,000.00 (thirty thousand united states dollars) worth of equipment to the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law ...

MCC High Level Delegation Visits Liberia Today

A high-level delegation of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) arrives in Liberia Monday, June 18, 2018 for a two-day visit. The delegation will highlight progress on project implementation under the compact signed October 2015 between...

UK Probes Sex-for-Food Scandal in Liberia, S/Leone, and Guinea

  British MPs probing sexual abuse in the international charity sector are investigating an unpublished UN report from 2001 naming 15 major aid organisations implica ted in a "sex-for-food" scandal, The Times newspaper reported on Tuesday. The...