‘One China Policy Has Paid Huge Benefits’

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her government’s decision to subscribe to the “One China Policy” has paid Liberia huge benefits, indicating that her administration...

A Few Things to Consider When Purchasing a New Laptop

While tablets get all the attention these days, many people still can only afford laptops and are more comfortable using laptops than tablets. But...

Youth Empowerment Tied to National Development

The Mission Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development in Liberia, John Mark Winfield, says youth learning and empowerment are key to the...

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‘Normal Activities’ Resume at UL

The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) has, with immediate effect, and with the approval of the Board of Trustees, announced the formal...

Prosecution Produces First Witness in Kidnapping Case

 The first witness for government in the ongoing kidnapping case of an American citizen, Christiana Andrianopoulos on Monday , December 9, told Criminal Court...

Where’s Our Cut?

THE mining town of Yekepa in Liberia’s Nimba County has all the hallmarks of a boom: an Olympic-sized swimming pool, world-class tennis courts, a...

Lack of Chairs, Other Facilities, Affect Learning

Learning activities for more than 3000 students at the John Wesley Pearson (J.W. Pearson) Elementary, Junior and Senior High School in Ganta, the commercial...

Liberia Tops West Africa’s Fisheries MSC Mechanisms

Statistics from the Bureau of National Fisheries (BNF) showed that Liberia has topped seven West African countries placing first on monitoring, surveillance, and control...

‘CSOs are the Watchdogs of Democracy’

 An Executive of the Constitution Review Committee (CRC) on Friday, December 6, disclosed that one of the major roles of Civil Society Organization’s (CSOs)...