The government of Liberia has announced an immediate suspension of all new operating licenses and authorization it issued to media operators between January 1 and June 18, this year.
Prior to his execution in September 1990, former President Samuel K. Doe had completed construction of several properties in Grand Gedeh.
President George Weah has signed into law two loan agreements for the financing of road construction across the country. The agreements are the US$536.4 million Eton Finance loan agreement and the US$420 million road financing agreement between the government and the Burkinabe company, EBOMAF.
Even as the Liberia Revenue Authority has begun enforcing the new tariffs on imported commodities, the government has still not yet released its analysis of the estimated impact on revenues.
The first Liberian openly known transgender woman, Grace Lawrence has been named as the 2018 Sacramento Pride Grand Marshal.
Former Defense Minister Thomas Woewiyu began trial on Monday in Philadelphia on multiple charges of immigration fraud, perjury and false statements about his naturalization.
The Senate has concurred with the lower house to ratify the US$536 million road financing loan agreement to fund its coastal road project to connect southeastern counties.
The Bush Chicken has received the most awards of any media institution at this year’s awards event held in Buchanan, repeating the feat that was accomplished last year.