After the Liberian Senate voted on Friday to impeach Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court bench, President George Weah has appointed his replacement, Judge Yussif Kaba.
With only three Liberian staff currently working at the African Union, the continental body has stressed the need for qualified Liberians to apply for positions at the commission and its organs.
Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Findley has recalled Lewis Brown, the current ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations.
Liberia has revoked its recognition of Kosovo as an independent state, just as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has signed agreements of greater cooperation with Serbia.
A calendar of events for the inauguration of President-elect George Weah has been released, although there remains no confirmation on the special guests that will attend.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs earlier this week began the distribution of the approved Mental Health Act signed into law by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to key institutions.
Amid its dream of meeting the development capacity needed for Liberia, the African Methodist Episcopal University has unveiled several new academic expansion programs.
A youth advocate from Zorzor, Lofa, is currently visiting the South American nation of Colombia to participate in a two-week youth exchange program between Liberia and Colombia.