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Charges against Sable, Richard Tolbert Dropped?

Credible reports reaching the Daily Observer suggest that the Liberian government, in a sharp twist, has communicated with the Supreme Court, rather than Criminal...

2019-2020 Budget Submission in Doubt

The much expected 2019-2020 Fiscal Year National Budget which was to be submitted on Monday, June 17, 2019, has been deferred again thus raising...

NaPHWoL Receives “UN Population Award” Today  

 The National Peace Hut Women of Liberia, Incorporated (NaPHWoL) is scheduled to receive the “2019 United Nations Population Award” today. Mrs. Annie F. Nushann, NaPHWoL founder...

“We Need More Action to Protect Children”

… Say CSO leaders at observance of Day of the African Child On Monday, June 17, 2019, Liberians joined other African countries to observe this...

REAP Holds Leadership Seminar to Fight Corruption

A seminar geared at fighting corruption through the promotion of responsible, inspirational trustworthy leadership in Liberia is bringing together managers, administrators, supervisors and other...

KD Int’l Film Festival Open for Entries This Week

The organizers of Liberia’s premier film festival KD International Film Festival has said that submission of films for the 2nd edition of the festival...

NEC, Students Engage on Electoral Reform

By Samuka V. Konneh Authorities of the National Election Commission (NEC), with support from USAID through the Liberia Media Development Program, engaged high school press...

Ecobank Holds Customer Forum on PROJECT FALCON

Ecobank Liberia Limited recently organized a customer forum aimed at informing customers of the upcoming migration of its banking application, tagged "PROJECT FALCON" on...

World Bank Screens Documentary On ‘Resilience’ of Ebola-Affected Countries

-- Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea lauded for their response to the fight against the disease The World Bank Liberia Country Office recently screened a...

9th Golden Image Award Program Set for July

The 2019 Golden Image Award (GIA) National Secretariat and the Liberia Crusaders for Peace have officially announced that this year’s event formally gets underway...

Post & Telecommunication Ministry Launches GovNet to Enhance Service Delivery

The government of Liberia has launched a new platform, called "GovNet", which is geared towards improving efficiency of government ministries, agencies and commissions in...

Rep. Tarponweh Cautions Students against Mob Violence

Margibi County District #1 Representative Tibelrosa Tarponweh has cautioned students and the general public not to promote or get involved with mob violence as...

“You’ll Have New Market in 31 Days,” Pres. Weah Tells Old Road Residents

President George Weah has promised residents of the densely populated Old-Road Community, particularly marketers, that they would soon buy and sell goods and services...

Civil Society Actor Identifies Lack of Reconciliation

-- As factors that threaten peace Edward Mulbah, head of the United Nations Peace Building Office, has recently highlighted the lack of political reconciliation, progressive...

Odell Sherman Homicide Investigation: One Last Opportunity to Redeem A Tarnished Image

The attention of the Daily Observer is once again drawn to the story carried in its June 14, 2019 edition written by Hannah Geterminah...

Two FA Cups in Three Years, LISCR FC Oust BYC as FA Champions

LISCR FC have dethroned Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) to be crowned LFA knockout champions of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) 2018/19 league season. Two late...

Gov’t Ignoring US$950K Sable Mining ‘Bribery’ Case Evidence?

-- As case resumes today More than 24 months since the Supreme Court reversed the decision of then assigned Criminal Court ‘C’ Judge Yamie...

UP Caucus Warns Gov’t Against Civil Servants’ Salary Cut

-- 2019/2020 Budget to be Submitted Today The Acting Chairman of the Unity Party Legislative Caucus in the House of Representatives has warned the CDC-led...

MVPs, VPNs and Democracy

The June 7 Protest in hindsight One could have felt or sensed that Liberia was practically on the verge of another civil war if threats...
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‘I Can’t Legally Proceed Contrary to the Statute’

-- Judge Peter Gbeneweleh of Criminal Court ‘C’ admonishes government lawyers as he denies plan to imprison CBL’s officials over new bail bond Having failed...