Last Thursday morning, residents within the China Union concession area awoke to news of a gruesome murder of two security officers of the Loyal Protective Guard Service, also known as LPGS.
In an unexpected move, U.S. President Barack Obama lifted sanctions against former Liberian President Charles Taylor, who is in a maximum-security prison for a raft of war crimes.
A 10-day renovation of the Liberia National Police station in Ganta has finally come to a conclusion. The renovation, which started on October 15, was needed because of damages inflicted by an angry mob during the September 30 unrest in the city.
Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh has officially lifted the ban on the operation of commercial motorcycles in Ganta.
Nimba citizens residing in Monrovia are calling on the government to conduct a speedy and fair trial in the case of Nyah Domah, a motorcyclist who was killed recently in Ganta.
Local authorities in Margibi have denied reports that there are increased waves of ritualistic activities taking place in the county despite reports from a local advocacy group, the National Conscious Youth Alliance, that such practices were on the rise.
The Superintendent of Nimba County, Fong Zuagele in collaboration with Ganta’s Mayor Benjamin S. Dokpa, has pronounced an immediate curfew in the city of Ganta.
On Friday, September 25, Judge William Sando refused to recuse himself from the human trafficking case involving fifteen Liberian girls, as requested by the defense representing Lebanese national Abbas El Debes.