Liberia, Benin Lead Africa at Maiden Global Robotics Competition

Benin and Liberia were ranked highest among the 40 African countries that participated in the just ended FIRST Global Challenge robotics competition held in the United States capital, Washington DC. The six-round maiden international robotics...

Rural Liberia Gets Clean Water Supply

Plan International, in partnership with Coca-Cola, recently announced the handover of the Improving Access to Potable Water and Adequate Sanitation in Health Facilities in Rural Liberia project that provides access to clean water and...

S/Court Vital to Country’s Stability – ECOWAS’ Elections Experts

A high-powered delegation from the ECOWAS Network of Elections Commissioners (ECONEC) today paid a courtesy call on His Honor the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia. Speaking on...

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...

US$17 million Elections’ Funding Gap Worries Government

Liberia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Lewis Brown, says government is concerned about a US$17 million funding gap for the implementation of the activities of the National Elections Commission (NEC) and is seeking...

President to Open Revenue Summit Tomorrow

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is on Tuesday expected to deliver an opening statement and also serve as a moderator at the country’s first-ever National Revenue Symposium, under the auspices of the Liberia Revenue Authority...

Voices for the Voiceless on Health Matters

Amid endemic public health crises and government mismanagement, investigative reporting may be Liberia’s best hope for change. The rain was pelting down and the mud churning on the day last August in Monrovia, Liberia, when...

Hate Messages Prevalent In Religious Community -Minister Togba

Internal Affairs Minister Dr. Henrique has warned the religious community to refrain from preaching hate messages that would endanger the country’s peace and stability. He said based on his observation, some churches and mosques...

Ellen Submits Bill to Amend PFM Law

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted to the legislature for enactment into law a bill to amendment the Public Finance Management Law to resolve contains gaps and oversights that could be detrimental to the...

NAMBO: Parties Must Respect CoC Law

The National Movement to Support Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai candidacy (NAMBO) has registered its position to stand by the Code of Conduct (CoC) for government employees and public officials and has called on...