UN Women office in Liberia has provided over US$7,000 worth of assorted office supplies to the Sexual Gender Based Violence Crimes Unit at the Ministry of Justice.
Former Central Bank Governor Milton Weeks has admitted before the plenary of the House of Representatives that the printing of the additional L$10.5 billion new banknotes was not authorized by the legislature.
Activists gathered on Monday, November 12 under the banner of the Campaigners and Victims for Justice to stage a peaceful protest calling for the establishment of a war crimes court in the country.
November 12 brought scores of substance abusers, commonly referred to as ‘zogos,’ to the Foreign Ministry to petition President George Weah to establish a drug rehabilitation program to address their plight.
The Economic Community of West African States has launched a competition to select a name and logo for the region’s proposed single currency.
Military medical leaders from 21 nations across Africa are currently meeting in Liberia for the sixth conference hosted by the African Partner Outbreak Response Alliance.
GBARNGA, Bong – On Monday, Bong’s leaders decided at the county council sitting to appoint a comptroller to manage the expenditures of Bong’s county and social development funds. Critics have called the move a violation of the Budget Law, which requires all members of the county’s Project Management Committee to be elected. County councils are…
On November 1, Paynesville began enforcing several of its city ordinances, including its ban on commercial activities on Sundays and national holidays.