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Liberia: Milad Hage's Widow Behind Bars for Refusing to Sign Fake Deed

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- Oumou Hage, 53, the widow of the late Milad R. Hage, whose estate has been the subject of one the longest-running legal wrangles in Liberia's history, is languishing in custody at... Read More


Illusions like fads are short-lived the Liberian masses in action - a sign of the time

Ghana, Oct. 17 -- As one keen observer stated, footballers are the modern equivalents of the gladiators of antiquity. Like the gladiators they entertain people - that helps to ease out stress and dist... Read More


LIBERIA: MCSS Students' Protest: The Blame-Game Won't Cut It, Rep. Acarous Gray

Liberia, Oct. 17 -- IF REPRESENTATIVE Acarous Moses Gray(CDC, District No. 8, Montserrado County) had his way, the head of the Monrovia Consolidated School System would be out of a job. Not because he... Read More


Liberia: Partners in Development Orientates Forest Engagement Officers in FDA Project

MONROVIA, Oct. 17 -- The Partners in Development (PADEV), a local NGO in the forest sector, has conducted a one-day orientation for its community engagement officers (CEOs), who are going to be sent i... Read More


CSO Wants Reasonable Resolution to Continue Protest in Liberia

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- A civil society group, the "Human Rights Advocacy Platform" has categorically condemned all forms of violence and called on the Government of Liberia to take immediate responsibil... Read More


Concerned UL Students Want Stronger Measures from Administration to Tackle Campus-related Protest

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- The University of Liberia is one place in Liberia that sees constant protest actions either from students or the faculty members. The constant disruptions of normality on the cam... Read More


Liberia, US Cities Establish Sister City Relationship

Margibi, Oct. 17 -- Members of the City Council of Isanit City, Minnesota in the United States of America have unanimously voted to establish a sister city relationship with Unification City in Mboo S... Read More


Liberia National Police Faces Increasing Criticisms For Manhandling Protesting Students

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- The Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY) has condemned the police for using force to disperse "peaceful students during a protest" The Liberia National Police's handling of protest... Read More


Liberia: Ruling Coalition Cracking over Weah's Delay to Give NPP Stalwarts Jobs

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- An Executive Committee member of the former ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP), Senator Sando Dazoe Johnson, has disclosed that executives and partisans of the party are disenc... Read More


Liberia: 'You Create Bad Leaders, Stop Crying!' - Simeon Freeman Speaks Out

Monrovia, Oct. 17 -- Political leader of the opposition political party, Movement for Progressive Change (MPC), Simeon Freeman The political leader of the opposition political party, Movement for Pro... Read More