In the Midst of Two Major Encroachments, ArcelorMittal Remains Firm on Lasting Interest in Liberia

Monrovia, Sept. 23 -- Scott Lowe is unfazed about ArcelorMittal's future in Liberia. The journeyman Chief Operating Officer of the steel giant in Liberia is confident that despite the encroachment on ... Read More

ArcelorMittal CEO Addresses Ongoing Encroachment Issues, Workers Union Concerns, Steel Giant's Future In Liberia

MONROVIA, Sept. 23 -- Prior to his Liberia assignment, Scott Lowe had an extensive experience in mining working in senior management positions at BHP Billiton and as CEO in several publicly listed exp... Read More

Liberia: Leaked Anti-Corruption Report Says Central Bank Failed to Provide Oversight in US$25 Million Mop-up

Monrovia, Sept. 22 -- A leaked, unreleased report by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission(LACC) reportedly completed nearly a year ago, has concluded that authorities of the Central Bank of Liberia,... Read More

Human Rights Advocates Urge Pres. Weah to Push for Prosecution of Perpetrators of Liberia's Civil War ahead of UN 75th General Assembly

New York, Sept. 16 -- A Gonglomeration of more than 40 human rights organizations including Human Rights Watch, Civitas Maxima (Liberia), the Foundation for Human Rights and Democracy (Liberia) and Gl... Read More

Liberia: CPP Blows Alarm Over Mobile Voter Roll

Monrovia, Sept. 14 -- The opposition Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) is expressing unsettling concerns over a decision by the National Elections Commission to launch a Voters Update Exercise wit... Read More

Liberia: 'This Has Created Trauma for my Family': Passport Director Blacklisted by US, Threatens Lawsuit

Monrovia, Sept. 11 -- Hours after the US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo designated him blacklisted from traveling to the United States of America, Mr. Andrew Wonplo, who until his arrest and detent... Read More

Liberia: The Real Facts Surrounding African Union's Sanctions Over Liberia's Failure to Pay Dues

Liberia, Sept. 11 -- Monrovia -Last February, FrontPageAfrica reported that Liberia was at risk of being sanctioned by the African Union unless it settles its indebtedness to the continent's governing... Read More

Liberia: Opposition Collaboration Issues Far from Over Amid Accusations of Bribery, Blame Game

Monrovia, Sept. 10 -- Without naming names, the leader of the All Liberia Party, Mr. Benoni Wilfred Urey is alleging that someone within the Collaborating Political Parties(CPP) used money to manipula... Read More

Liberia: US State Department Bans Entry of Passport Director Involved in 'Significant Corruption'

Monrovia, Sept. 10 -- Mr. Andrew Wonplo, the disgraced former Passport Director of Liberia who was arrested in August 2019 and accused of selling Liberian Passports to foreign nationals, has been bann... Read More

Liberia: Lingering Cummings-Urey Beef Threatening to Collapse Opposition CPP Collaboration

Monrovia, Sept. 8 -- Regarded as the skeleton in the closet, no one, including former Vice President Joseph Boakai, Senators Abraham Darius Dillon and Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, appear ready to admit o... Read More