Wife Killer Arrested

The Liberia National Police has arrested 35-year-old Moses Pokba for allegedly shouting his wife Doris Nyah to death with a single barrel gun in...

Global Partners Team Up to Help Transform Liberia’s Children

Good360, a global leader in product philanthropy and purposeful giving, has joined forces with More Than Me (MTM), a nonprofit using education as a...

Deceit & Betrayal Weah’s Multiple Foreign Citizenship Tints Loyalty...

Opposition leader George Weah’s numerous nationalities demonstrates he does not have faith in the country he’s seeking to rule, a lead support group of...

NEC Results will stand… Senate Approves

Plenary session of the senate Thursday passed a bill to clarify the power and authority of the National Elections Commission with respect to the...

Ellen Weeps For Sierra Leone

After weeping for Sierra Leone For Sierra Leone, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has led an array of senior government officials to sign the...

Senate Ratifies U$25million Energy Bill

Senators Wednesday concurred with the House of Representatives to ratify a multimillion-dollar financing agreement between the Government of Liberia and the International Development...

Carter Center Leaders Visit Liberia

Carter Center CEO Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters is in Liberia from Aug. 15-21 to review Center health and peace programs and discuss program...

Yes or No -House Could Vote on S/Court Justices’ Impeachment...

The House of Representatives says, nothing has changed its decision to continue its impeachment proceedings against three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of...

CDC’s Rally Risks Cancellation

The opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) did not inform the National Elections Commission about its scheduled August 19, 2017 campaign rally and could...

LP’s Popularity Falls After CoC Ruling- Poll Shows

The latest polls by the Liberian media and development enterprise, the Liberia Holding Consortium indicates the opposition Liberty Party declined after the Supreme Court...

Losers and Winners: In Running Mate Decision

The Liberia Holding Consortium reports that during its recent polls Vice President Joseph Boakai's choice of House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay as his running...

Thousands protest in Guinea over election delays, insecurity

Several thousand opponents of Guinea's President Alpha Conde protested in the capital Conakry on Wednesday against election delays and insecurity, as political tensions escalate....

Taylor’s ex-wife Denied bail

A British court on Friday denied bail to an ex-wife of jailed former Liberian president Charles Taylor, ahead of her trial on charges of...

Senators Delay Debate on Bill To Review NEC Authority

Senators Monday deferred discussion into a bill to clarify the power and authority of the National Elections Commission with respect to the qualification of...

Sierra Leone landslide: More than 300 killed

More than 300 people have been killed after a mudslide and heavy flooding in Sierra Leone. Relatives were left digging through mud in search of...

Bility, Liberty Party Lied – Party’s Campaign Manager Faces US$2.4million...

The New Democrat Newspaper has obtained judicial document from a count seated in the Abuja Federal Capital Territory confirming Liberty Party Campaign Manager Mr....

500,000 Voters For UP’ in Montserrado -Sen. Doe-Sheriff

Montserrado County Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff Saturday said out of the more than 777,000 registered voters in Montserrado county, the Unity Party(UP) campaign team will...

US$6.4million For Elections; Security

In an effort to provide adequate security services during these elections, the Government of Liberia is to pay US$6.4million to the country’s...

Lawyers Split Over Jurists Impeachment

There is disagreement amongst Liberian lawyers with respect to the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee decision to summon and open hearing into a petition...

Where The Candidates Are Winning

The latest polls by the Liberian media and development enterprise, the Liberia Holding Consortium shows Vice President Joseph Boakai maintaining his lead in public...