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Liberia Int'l Maritime Organization's Representative Isaac Jackson Is Hopeful the Court Will Grant Him Justice

London, April 22 -- Isaac Jackson is ever hopeful despite his long-running legal wrangle with the Liberian government. Last week, Chief Justice Francis Korkpor ordered the government, in a ruling to ... Read More


Liberia: Visually Impaired Girl, 13, Raped, Impregnated at Christian Association of the Blind

Monrovia, April 22 -- Princess, 13, (not her real name) was born visually impaired. Her grandparents' last option to give her former education was enrolling her at the Christian Association of the Bli... Read More


Liberia: Firestone Redundancy Likely to Drop Hundreds of Students from School; Child Advocacy Group Expresses Concern

Firestone, April 22 -- Saykwayee Harmony Henry, Founder and Executive Director of Kids Development Initiative wants Firestone Liberia reconsider its plan to lay-off scores of its employees in order to... Read More


Liberia: Finance Min. Tweah Wants Development Partners Redirect Assistance Towards Investment in Infrastructure and Agriculture

USA, April 22 -- Liberia's Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel D. Tweah has urged Africa's development partners to redirect their assistance toward investment in infrastructure and agricu... Read More


Liberia: Chinese Engineering Firm Completes 66KM Asphalt Binder Course On Fish Town-Harper Road

Maryland, April 22 -- Fish Town to Harper road in Southeastern Liberia On April 7, 2019, China Railway No 5 has completed 66 kilometers of the Fish Town-Harper Road, marking the end of phase one of t... Read More


Liberia: SFAA-USA REMITS $16,994.05 USD to STC for 62 Students

Liberia, April 22 -- Saints Friskies Alumni Association - USA (SFAA-USA), the organization that represents graduates and former students of St. Teresa's Convent (STC) and St. Patrick's High School (SP... Read More


Liberia: AFL's 2014 West Point Violence Shows Armed Forces Are Not Reformed from War time

Liberia, April 22 -- AFL soldiers in a drill on Armed Forces Day The day was Wednesday, August 20, 2014 and soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) had been deployed in West Point to enforce an... Read More


Liberia: More Than Me's Sexual Abuse Report To be Released Soon While Gov't Remains Mum on Second Probe

Monrovia, April 22 -- FrontPageAfrica has gathered that the report of an independent investigation into the sexual abuse of girls at the More Than Me (MTM) run school is due to be released soon. Repo... Read More


Liberia: Justice Ministry, Carter Center, UN Women, AFELL Validate Legal Aid Policy

MONROVIA, April 22 -- The Ministry of Justice (MoJ), the Carter Center, UN Women in collaboration with the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) have crafted and validated the Legal Aid Pol... Read More


Liberia's Rubber Farmers Assoc. Breaks Ground for New Headquarters in Margibi County

Margibi County, April 22 -- The Rubber Planters Association of Liberia (RPAL) has broken grounds for the construction of its first national headquarters on the corridor of the Suakoko Highway in Todee... Read More