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Liberia: EPS Officers Who Stabbed Car Washer to Death in Kakata Disrobed

Monrovia, July 12 -- The Executive Protection Service has disrobed with immediate effect two of its agents who were involved in a fracas that led to the death of one person in Kakata, Margibi County. ... Read More


Liberia's Coronavirus Cases Nearing One Thousand As the Country Experiences Surge in New Infections

MONROVIA, July 11 -- Liberia is short of two cases to hit 1,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases and the country continues to experience a rapid increase in the number of new infections. Report by Lennart Do... Read More


Liberia: EPS Agent Allegedly Stabs Man to Death As Angry Kakata Residents Set His Vehicle Ablaze

Margibi County, July 11 -- Agent Gabriel Kamara of the Executive Protective Service (EPS) on July 11 allegedly stabbed to death a car washer with knife in Kakata, Margibi County, triggering angry prot... Read More


Liberia: Cllr. Teplah Reeves Fumbles on Assuring Senate of Her Independence at the National Elections Commission

MONROVIA, July 10 -- Cllr. Teplah Reeves, Co-Chair-designate of the National Elections Commission (NEC) found herself wanting when Senator Darius Dillon (Montserrado, Liberty Party) insisted on knowin... Read More


Liberia: Senator Teahjay Removed from Committee over 'Suspicion of Receiving US$20k Bribe' to Confirm Cllr. Nwabudike

MONROVIA, July 10 -- Senator J. Milton Teahjay (UP- Sinoe County) has made a confession to FrontPageAfrica of how Senate committee chairs bargain with nominees of the Executive Branch to employ person... Read More


Liberia: Will You Be Impartial? Elections Nominee Must Answer the Million Dollar Question

Liberia, July 10 -- WHEN PRESIDENT GEORGE WEAH nominated Mrs. Davidetta Browne Lansanah as Chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC) and Cllr. Teplah Reeves as Co-chairman last month, a lot ... Read More


EU Relaxes Travel Restriction For Countries Reporting Low New COVID-19 Cases; Liberia Excluded

Monrovia, July 10 -- As countries begin reopening their international borders despite a new spike in coronavirus cases, the European Union has temporarily lifted restrictions on non-essential travel i... Read More


Liberia: House of Representatives Summons Firestone over Imminent Sacking of 394 Employees on July 26

Liberia, July 10 -- Amid Firestone Liberia's anticipated decision to lay off 374 employees on July 26, the Independence Day of Liberia, the House of Representatives has invited the company's managemen... Read More


Liberia: House of Representatives Summons Firestone over Imminent Sacking of 374 Employees on July 26

Liberia, July 10 -- Amid Firestone Liberia's anticipated decision to lay off 374 employees on July 26, the Independence Day of Liberia, the House of Representatives has invited the company's managemen... Read More


Liberia: Police Officer on the Run of after Allegedly Raping 15-Year-Old Girl

MONROVIA, July 10 -- Officer Emmanuel Wesley of the Liberian National Police, (LNP) who allegedly raped a 15-year-old girl in the King Gray Community, Paynesville, is still at large, while his accompl... Read More