Activists gathered under the banner of the Campaigners and Victims for Justice staged 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.
At least five persons are reported dead from a tragic accident involving two vehicles along the Gbarnga-Totota stretch of the Suakoko Highway.
President George Weah has appointed a committee to receive submissions and vet applications for this year’s Independence Day orator.
On Saturday morning, Jefferson Koijee, mayor of Monrovia, was involved in a motor accident along the Suakoko Highway.
President George Weah has met with some media executives and officials of the Press Union of Liberia, amid growing concerns over press freedom in the country.
Hundreds of partisans of the Coalition for Democratic Change in Lower Margibi have embarked on a seven-day campaign aimed at giving the area around the Roberts International Airport a facelift.
The Coalition for Democratic Change has announced an unorthodox plan to conduct its own tallying and announcing of election results six hours after the close of polls, likely before the National Elections Commission.