Rights Activist Wants War Criminals Prosecuted

A local rights activist has called on the government of Liberia and the international community to ensure that individuals who committed crimes against humanity during the country’s civil conflict are brought to justice. The Co-Coordinator...

‘Dream’ Ticket Killed? Money, Greed Separating Weah, Brumskine Again

By Festus Poquie Negotiation aimed at building a consolidated force against the ruling Unity party to avoid a 24-year rule of a single political hegemony in 21st century Liberia, appears to have collapsed. The opposition Liberty...

LEC Holds Talks With Caldwell Residents Over Electricity Supply

The Management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC), on Monday, February 19, 2018 met with a delegation representing aggrieved residents of Caldwell. The aggrieved residents were protesting due to the lack of electricity in...

Liberia Declares Health Emergency Over Lassa Fever Deaths

Liberia on Wednesday declared a health emergency following two confirmed deaths of Lassa fever in Margibi County. The two deaths occurred within one week, according to the Health Ministry The victims were a couple, aged 56...

Troubled Moment for Liberians Oversea

Louise Stevens works two jobs to pay the mortgage and put her daughter Elouise, a DACA recipient, through college in Minneapolis. She didn’t expect that her own immigration status is what would cause the...

NEC Seeks $3.9million To Conduct Senate Election

The National Elections Commission (NEC) said Monday it needs the total budget of $3.9million United States dollars from the government of Liberia to conduct the pending senatorial by- elections within 90 days as...

Accept The Result!- ECOWAS Tells Weah, Boakai

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has called on the Liberia National Police to fast track the investigation of a pre-marked ballot case involving staffer of the National Elections Commission. The...

Muslims Threaten Breakaway Country

By Varney M. Kamara Islamic leaders and followers in the country have taken their rhetoric against the problematic proposal seeking Christianity as a state religion to a new high with vows of secession and threat...

New Ruling in Hage Estate Case

  The assigned Judge of the Monthly and Probate Court of Montserrado County, Judge Eva Mappy-Morgan has ruled that the first Liberian daughter of the late Milad R. Hage, Nohad Hage Mensah  as one of...

Nigerian troops Honored in Liberia

230 Nigerian peacekeepers serving with United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) have been awarded with the United Nations Medal in acknowledgement of their contribution to peace and stability in that country. This is contained in...