President Weah Fires In-house Critic, Boima

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President George Weah has fired the Deputy Director for Rural Broadcasting at the Liberia Broadcasting Services, Boima J.V. Boima, hours after he...

Internews Reawakens Editors Forum

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Internews Liberia Media Development Program in conjunction with the Publishers Association of Liberia reawaken the media professional grouping, the Editors' Forum, bringing...

ACAT Holds Engagement Meeting with Journalists on Abolition of Death Penalty

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The Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT) in partnership with FIAT has concluded a one-day engagement with media practitioners.

Gbarnga Journalist Killed for “Stealing Goat”

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Murder suspect confesses Henry Turker, a resident of Bong County, has admitted killing the late Chris Brown with...

Editors Forum Begins Today

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The Liberian Editors Forum organized by the Publishers Association of Liberia (PAL) in collaboration with INTERNEWS, with support from USAID, opens today,...

Liberian Female Journalist Gets Membership to International Journalist Migration Forum

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Liberian Journalist, Bettie Kemah Johnson-Mbayo, has been selected as a member of the Journalists International Forum for Migration (JIFORM) for its African...

Internews Wants Journalists Promote Free, Fair, transparent Election

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-Trains 20 Journalists in specialized elections reporting   Internews chief of party, Lien Bach, has called on journalists...

Judicial Reporters Descend on Supreme Court’s Communications Director

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Journalists assigned at the Temple of Justice housing the Supreme Court have descended heavily on the Director of Judicial Public Information, Darryl...

Wildlife Reporters Honor Libassa Sanctuary Director

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By Alfred Kollie, [email protected] The Sanctuary Director at the Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary, Julie Vanassche, is encouraging Liberians to protect...

A Topical Look at the U.S. Election Security

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“Unlike many other countries,” Levine said, “the administration of elections in the U.S. is highly decentralized. Elections are primarily administered by thousands of state and local systems rather than a single unified national system.”

Supporting Elections Across Africa

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Helping to build informed and civically engaged communities is central to our work around elections By Akua Gyekye,...

T-Max Jlateh, MICAT Meet over Alleged Death Threats

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The Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) says it has been meeting with radio talk-show host, Mr. T-Max Jlateh...

UL, UNICEF Train 30 Journalists in Reporting on SGBV, HP, SEA

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The United Nations International Children Education Fund (UNICEF) Child Protection Officer in Liberia, Madam Ina Christensen, has underscored the pivotal role the...

Review: A Peacekeeper in Africa by Alan Doss

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In A Peacekeeper in Africa, Learning from UN Interventions in Other People’s Wars, Alan Doss recounts his experience in four war-torn African countries...

PUL Worries about Daily Observer’s Security

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The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) says it is concerned about the security of the independent Daily Observer Newspaper after the paper...

News Publishers Call on Political Actors to Avoid Violence, Uphold Rule...

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The Publishers Association of Liberia (PAL) is disturbed about the current wave of violence and lawlessness leading to the December 8 midterm...

New Book Calls on Christians to S.C.R.A.P. Racism

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The Senior Pastor of the Ebenezer Community Church (ECC) in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Rev. Dr. Francis O. S. Tabla, has published...

‘Deceased Were Not Auditors’

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New Information Minister tells BBC Barely two weeks after taking office, Liberia’s new Information Minister, Ledgerhood Rennie, has told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that...

ALJA Proposes Expansive Probe of Deaths of Auditors in Liberia

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The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas(ALJA) says while it appreciates President George Weah’s recent request to the United States’ Embassy in...

President Weah Seeks US Support

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President George M. Weah has asked the United States Embassy in Monrovia to help with ongoing investigation into the deaths of two...