Paying For Crimes The potential Trial of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf & Others

Within 192 hours Liberians and the rest of the world will know whether or not Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - Africa’s first democratically elected female head of state will...

Foreign Media Outlet Wants Probe into Reporter’s Murder

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Liberian authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into radio and TV reporter Tyron Brown’s murder and to do everything possible to find those responsible. Brown’s body was found...

People-Centered Land and Rights Demanded

The International Land Coalition (ILC) Africa, a platform of 79 CSOs across 24 countries in the continent working together to secure people centred land governance, has joined the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Working...

Indian Businessman Arrested for selling Rotten Fish

A Business Indian National identified as Vicky Pamnani risks facing double punishments with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) for offenses against the ministry’s law. Making the disclosure...

Police Compromise Nimba Shooting?

Police Inspector General Patrick Sudue says the recent sporadic shooting that wounded at least one person in Nimba County district # 4 was resolved thru mediation and those implicated in the incident...

Grebo-Krahn National Park Launch

At long last following legislative approval on August 22, 2017, the Grebo-Krahn National Park was formally launched over the weekend in the Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County before a record crowd including citizens of River...

PUL Mourns Former President

Members of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) yesterday trooped in Gbarnga, Bong County to participate in the funeral rite of their fallen colleague Abdullai Kamara. Commonly known as KAK, the former PUL president died...

NEC Summoned for Code of Conduct

Ahead of the by-elections in Montserrado and Bong Counties, the plenary session of the 54th Legislature has summoned all Board commissioners at the National Elections Commission (NEC) to appear before...

Justice Ministry Flops Over US$ 5M Oil Money Scandal Report

Justice Minister Frank Musa Dean has disclosed that investigation into the ExxonMobile Oil bribery scandal has not yet commenced following a presidential mandate that report should have been completed in two weeks. Minister...

LFA Officials-elect Induction Today?

Newly elected officials of the Liberia Football Association are expected to be inducted into office while the controversy surrounding the presidential election is being settled in court, the New Democrat understands. On Saturday, April 14,...