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Liberia: President Weah Expresses Distress Over School Shooting Incident

Monrovia, April 13 -- President George M. Weah has expressed deep consternation at the news of the unfortunate shooting incident at the Cyber-Ed Christian School in Monrovia, which resulted in the dea... Read More


Liberia: Man who Murdered Wife in Bong in over Jealousy Begs for Forgiveness

Gbarnga, Bong County, April 13 -- A Bong County man accused of killing his "cheating" wife Monday apologized to the deceased's family in an emotionally-filled interview he had with journalists minutes... Read More


Madam Commerce Minister, You're Killing the Economy, Strangulating Businesses and Putting Liberians' Health at Risk

Liberia, April 13 -- WHATEVER THE GAME plan is, whatever the benefits are, whoever interest it is, the refusal of the Minister of Commerce to grant Import Permit Documents (IPDs) to local and other fo... Read More


Liberia: Maryland County Police Detachment Commander Jacob Comehn under Investigation for Mercilessly Beating a Female Officer

MONROVIA, April 13 -- Police Commander Jacob Comehn of Maryland County Police Detachment is undergoing investigation at the Police headquarters in Monrovia for mercilessly assaulting a female police o... Read More


Liberia: Relatives of Slain President Tolbert Say "He Wasn't Given the Chance" As They Observe 41st Memorial

Monrovia, April 13 -- The family of the slain Liberian President, William R. Tolbert, has laid wreaths on the mass grave hosting his remains and the remains of several other former officials of govern... Read More


Liberia: Former CDC Chairman George Solo Calls on Pres. Weah to Retrospect on The Sweat And Blood of His Supporters Who Fought for The Revolution

MONROVIA, April 13 -- The former Chairman of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), George Solo, has alarmed that the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led-government's agenda to emancipate Lib... Read More


Liberian Students in Stranded in Sudan; Say They Risk Dropping out of School

Monrovia, April 13 -- When Shem A. Z. Donzo landed a foreign postgraduate scholarship from the Liberian government years ago he was elated about starting a master's degree in Sudan, but, however, that... Read More


World Bank Strengthens Liberia's Electricity and Informal Business Sectors

Monrovia, April 13 -- The World Bank and the government of Liberia on Monday signed the financial agreements for two projects, the Liberia Electricity Sector Strengthening, and Access Project (LESSAP)... Read More


Cocoa Farmers to Benefit from improved Seedlings in Liberia

Liberia, April 13 -- Monrovia- More than 1,500 smallholder farmers in southeast Liberia are to benefit from improved cocoa seedlings as part of efforts to boost the efficient production of the commodi... Read More


Liberia: Stakeholders Seek Reforms in Liberia's Laws, Cultural Practices to Protect Rights of every citizen

Liberia, April 13 -- Ganta, Nimba County- Stakeholders under the guidance of the United Nations Office of the High Commission for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the Law Reform Commission (LRC) have embarked... Read More