Liberian-born Wynfred Russell to Contest for Mayor of Brooklyn Park

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Twenty-five religious leaders have endorsed a Liberian-born American politician mayoral bid for Brooklyn Park, the sixth-largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Wynfred Russell,...

Senate to Review US$20k Bribery Accusation

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​The Secretary-General of the Liberian Senate, J. Nanborlor Sengbeh, has been requested by the Leadership of the Senate to review and probe an accusation...

Rep. Koung Triumphs in Nimba Senatorial Race

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The Supreme Court of Liberia has instructed the National Elections Commission to proceed with the certification of Representative Jeremiah Koung, as Senator of  Nimba County.The...

COVID-19 Vaccine Linked to Blood Clot, Death

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As some European countries adopt restrictions The AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine that Liberia has begun to be administered to people in Liberia is said to have...

Commercial Court Judge Suspended for One Year

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-Held liable for illegal transfer of over US$1 million Days after the US State Department released its 2020 Human Rights Report on Liberia implicating judges...

Diaspora Liberian Association Wants Alien, Nationality Law Repealed

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Three executives of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) are calling on the Legislature to repeal the Alien and Nationality Law,...

3 Die in Motor Accident En Route from Burial of Carbon...

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At least three people have died in a motor accident along the Ganta–Monrovia highway. The three were returning from the funeral of a relative, the...

Ex-Sierra Leonean Leader Killed in Liberia

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By Gerald C. Koinyeneh, with New Narratives An ex-presidential guard and a militiaman who fought for jailed President Charles Taylor has testified before the Finnish...

Sen. Snowe Defends Weah Administration on U.S. Human Rights Report

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Barely twenty-four hours following Information Minister, Ledgerhood Rennie’s rants aginst U.S. Congressman Chris Smith’s assertion that the Weah led government is kleptocratic and is...

“Absence of Claims Court Gives Rise to Rampant Corruption”

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Augustus D. Jones, a rights activist and the executive director of a group under the banner, "Citizens Action for Better Liberia (CABEL)," says the...

JIC Expected to Rule in Claim against Judge Morgan Today

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Credible information reaching the Daily Observer Newspaper has it that the Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC) will on today, April 6, release its investigative findings...

Massaquoi Butchered Pregnant Woman to Settle Bet, Court Hears

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Gerald C. Koinyeneh, with New Narratives Monrovia – A woman told the Finnish court hearing the war crimes case of Gibril Massaquoi the former rebel...

Information Minister Blasts U.S. Congressman Smith

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Says the American Lawmaker spoke irresponsibly Information Minister Ledgerhood Rennie has officially responded harshly to US Congressman Christ Smith, who last week described the George...

“Curfew Not A Guarantee for Peace”

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-- Senator Gbleh-bo Brown in town hall meeting with Marylanders By Edward Stemn in Pleebo In the wake of the imposition of curfew in Maryland County...

“Find Murder Culprits Before Investigating Arson Attacks”

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-- House Speaker Chambers on Maryland “gboyo” killing Seemingly appearing unembarrassed by the arson attack on his properties in Pleebo, Maryland County, House Speaker, Dr....

Justice Minister Visits Court Trying Gibril Massaquoi

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Even though there is no indication that the Liberian Government has consented to establish a court to try war crime perpetrators some of who...

Liberia Becomes First Country in Africa to Introduce Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine

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Introduction of typhoid conjugate vaccine is vital step in global effort to stop drug-resistant typhoid Liberia on Monday, April 5, became the first country in...

On ‘Slight Adjustment’ in Voice, Data

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-- LTA says “we did not ask them to increase or decrease the number of minutes” Authorities at the Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA) are yet...

Urban Farmers Want Gov’t Stop Land Encroachment

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Farmers in Zubah Town community, Paynesville City are calling on the Government of Liberia (GoL) to stop some individuals who are encroaching on their...

‘Balance Equation for Women in Legislature’

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Although the bill seeking to allot 30 percent representation of women in the Legislature is yet to find its space for passage, MacDella Cooper,...