The Liberia National Police says it has arrested three ex-generals of the defunct Movement for Democracy in Liberia on May 16. They are being accused of mobilizing former combatants in Southeastern River Gee.
Officers of the Liberian National Police have been accused of opening fire on peaceful coal burners leading to one person sustaining severe injuries in the Mount Barclay community, outside Monrovia.
The Liberian government continues to assure Liberians of its commitment to security in the wake of the United Nations Mission in Liberia drawdown.
At least four Ivorians and two Burkinabe are in the custody of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization for illegally entering Liberia through a Grand Gedeh border.
Four Lebanese Nationals and a Liberian have been indicted by the Special Grand Jurors for Montserrado County on May 4th. They were indicted on charges of illicit trafficking of a human being and migrant smuggling.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has dismissed four top officials of the Liberian National Police.
Campaigners presented a nine-count petition seeking the United States government’s intervention on behalf of the girls trafficked into Lebanon.
The Government of Liberia has commenced the training of 3,000 additional officers for deployment at its borders.