The premises of the Center Street Police sub-station in central Monrovia over the weekend were scene of fighting between police officers and an unidentified civilian.
A Liberian Non-Governmental Organization based in the United States of America (USA) known as the Emancipation Movement of Liberia (EMOL) is calling on all eligible voters here to register and participate in the pending presidential and representativeselections in October.
Death statistics released at a memorial service here indicate that the Liberia National Police or LNP has documented the death of 13 former police directors and about 736 police officers since the founding of the organization that dates back to 1960s.
Liberia’s Minister of Youth and Sports Mr. Saah C. N’Tow says a World Bank funded Youth Opportunities Project will be launched here on Monday, 9 January to benefit 15,000 Liberians.
Firestone Liberia welcomes Children’s Surgery International (CSI) back to Liberia for its seventh surgical mission in the country and sixth mission at Firestone.
The Gender Coordinator for the Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection in Montserrado County, Mr. Benedict Nyae, says there would be no compromise with rape suspects.
Traditional leaders from Southeast Liberia, specifically Sinoe, Grand Kru, Maryland, Rivergee and Grand Gedeh Counties have converged on the grounds of the Capitol Building in total celebration and appreciation to Senate’s Chairman on Internal Affairs, Senator Thomas Grupee for his countless contributions to the peace and reconciliation of Liberia.
Criminal Court “C” at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia currently handling the ongoing economic sabotage trial that grows out of a Global Witness report of Sable Mining’s alleged bribery to officials has pounded the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment or LBDI with a US$300 fine, having found guilty for contempt.
UN Envoy Mohamed Ibn Chambas has told UN Security Council that ECOWAS would seek UN support to use military force against defiant Gambia President YahyaJammeh who has refused to give way to president –elect Adama Barrow.
Pavement of streets in Gbarnga, Bong County, central Liberia has resumed following several months of standstill. Several streets in the provincial capital are expected to be paved as part of an effort to beautify the city and further create a healthy environment as many residents continue to complain of dust.