The Liberian National Police has charged a 32-year-old man for assaulting another man at a bar in Sinkor, in a case where Rep. Acarous Gray was accused of ordering the assault.
Hundreds of farms in Grand Bassa could receive seed rice from the Ministry of Agriculture, according to the Diahn-Blae Statutory District superintendent, Solomon Grimes Davis. The distribution of rice hinges on the government getting support from donors.
The president of the Press Union of Liberia, Charles B. Coffey has addressed the ongoing 30th congress of the International Federations of Journalists, with a focus on highlighting the progress and challenges faced by the Liberian media.
Instead of them celebrating their qualification to the next round of the knockout competition, Johnson and his teammates saw their visitors celebrate a 3-0 triumph.
As the George Weah administration continues to face challenges in stabilizing the economy, the International Monetary Fund has concluded its consultation with the government and provided suggestions on a way forward.
The Monrovia City Court has released 13 of the 21 riot suspects from the Monrovia Central Prison following a protest at the Temple of Justice and a challenge from defense lawyers.
On June 7, Liberians woke up to experience a ban on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and WhatsApp.
The head coach of the Liberia national team, Thomas Kojo, has been given a four-match ban by the Confederation of African Football for misconduct in Lone Star’s last African Cup of Nations qualifier away at D.R. Congo on March 24.