Liberians Rally for Justice

Demand establishment of war and economic crimes court in Liberia Hundreds of Liberians under the banner “Campaigners and Victims For Justice,” yesterday, November 12, marched...

‘62% of Public School Teachers Not Qualified,’ World Bank Reports

Over 5,000 teachers, which made up 62 percent of all teachers that are assigned in government-owned primary schools across the country, do not hold...

Monrovia Threatened by Rising Sea Level, Others

-Monrovia coastal engineering assessment A preliminary outcome of a study conducted on Monrovia Metropolitan areas has depicted frightening projections of an imminent disaster, if actions...

Many Wary of Weah’s Governance

NAYMOTE survey says 64% of Liberians believe Weah’s Gov’t heading in the ‘wrong direction’ In a little over nine months since the Congress for Democratic...

200 Acres of Mechanized Upland Rice Harvested in Foya

AIIC‘s CEO Kamara asks GoL for duty-free to all farming equipment and inputs The minister of agriculture, Dr. Mogana S. Flomo, Jr., was elated over...

GoL, Japan to Sign US$2.7M Food Aid Grant

The Government of Liberia (GoL) through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Japanese Government are expected to shortly sign an Exchange of Notes...

Accident Claims Four Lives in Korkoyah

Saye-Weh Town in Kokoyah District of Bong County was a scene of sorrow around 4 p.m. on Monday, November 5, as a vehicle belonging...

LCPS in Leadership Crisis

As doctors contemplate legal action against Dr. Kpoto The Daily Observer newspaper has received reliable reports that crisis is brewing within the leadership of the...

Girl with Bloated Eye Dying Slowly

Parents appeal for help An eighteen-year-old Ms. Venus P. Kollie, who has developed a growth in her right eye, is reportedly dying slowing, because her...

3 Women Testify to KYB’s Impact on Their Lives

Praising God for allowing him to reach his milestone 80th birthday The impact that the generosity of veteran Liberian journalist, Kenneth Y. Best, has made...

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