3 hrs ago
Repatriation of refugees from Liberia to C?te d'Ivoire picks...
ABIDJAN, C½te d'Ivoire, May 23 - Two years after the end of C½te d'Ivoire's brief civil war, growing numbers of refugees have been returning to the country since January after violence last year slowed the rate of returns.
8 hrs ago
Liberia: Defaults in Labor Law, Decent Work Bill
Defects in both the current Labour Law and Draft Decent Work Bill 2010 have been discovered, with a call for action to bring Liberia in harmony with international standards and the practice on child labour.
12 hrs ago
Liberia: Assets Declaration Ignored
The latest assets declaration report released by the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission on the verification of public officials' assets has exposed several officials who allegedly refused to allow their assets [already declared] to be verified by the LACC.
16 hrs ago
Liberia: Doubts Over Oil Discovery in Liberia - Did African Petroleum Stretch the Truth?
In February 2012, AP announced a major discovery in its Naria-1 Well offshore Liberia, causing a significant jump in its stocks from 0.70 cents AUD to 1.55AUD at the time of its closing.
20 hrs ago
Liberia: Health Workers On Go-Slow
Finance and Health Ministers Amara Konneh and Walter Gwenigale have been summoned to appear before the Senate plenary Thursday, May 23, 2013 to answer why health workers in Grand Kru County have not received their three months' pay.
Wed May 22, 2013
Liberia: Officials Declared False Assets
The Liberia Anti Corruption Commission or LACC has released the names of several government officials who lied about their wealth when they declared their assets.
Liberia: Press Union Lifts News Blackout on Presidency
The Press Union of Liberia has lifted the blackout it imposed on the Liberian Presidency on May 9, 2013.
Tue May 21, 2013
Three-nation tournament in Liberia postponed
The Liberia Football Association has postponed this week's three-nation tournament in Monrovia that includes Ghana.
Mon May 20, 2013
US News & World Report
President Ellen Sirleaf and Liberia's Comeback
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, left, meet with Chief of Police Marc Armblah at the police academy in Monrovia, Liberia Thursday, Aug.
Sat May 18, 2013
Consensus forming on a golden thread of development,a says co-chair of UN panel on post-2015 agenda
Addressing journalists at the UN Headquarters in New York, Mr. Cameron said that members of the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, which includes President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, "nailed our colours to the mast with one clear overarching aim - end extreme poverty in ... (more)
Liberia: Ban On Sand Mining Intensifies
In continuation of its ban on beach and sand mining, the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy on Thursday confiscated a 15-ton truck load of blocks in the 11th Street and Watanga communities in Monrovia.
Liberia: Water Prices Hiked
Barely few days after the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation announced that it has begun pumping water to central Monrovia, the corporation has increased tariff to meet the new demands.
Liberia: Liberia Nets U.S.$117 Million - LEITI Reports
The head of secretariat of the multi-stakeholders Steering Group of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative has disclosed that Liberia has generated US$117 million from the extractive sector of the economy.
Fri May 17, 2013
Liberia: House Invites PUL, Warrick
The House of Representatives has invited the leadership of the Press Union of Liberia and the Director of the Executive Protection Service Othello Warrick over 'terror threat' against the Liberian Media.
Liberia: Blackout Extended
The Press Union of Liberia has extended the media blackout on the Presidency and also included the Ministry of Information.
The Miami Herald
Ex-warlord Johnson in Liberia quits his own party
Prince Johnson, a former warlord-turned-politician who is best known for having videotaped himself overseeing the torture of Liberia's ex-president, announced Friday he is quitting the political party he founded.
Thu May 16, 2013
Consensus forming on 'golden thread of development,' says...
A United Nations high-level panel on a post-2015 global development agenda wrapped up today with consensus emerging on how to make a more equitable world, said British Prime Minister David Cameron in his role as co-chair of the body.
Wed May 15, 2013
Lutheran Theological Seminary has commencement May 25
Lenoir-Rhyne University will confer two honorary degrees to distinguished leaders in the Christian faith at the commencement service for Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary on May 25 at Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Columbia.
Is Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Setting A Bad Nepotism Precedent?
President Sirleaf's Unity Party is part of the Democrat Union of Africa and she's a Nobel Prize winner.
Tue May 14, 2013
David Cameron fights UN plan to commit to reduced income inequality
David Cameron and Prince Harry aboard a new Routemaster bus in the Meatpacking District of New York.