The prosecution section of the Ministry of Justice, in preparation for the opening of the February term of court, will on Monday January 26, 2015 commence a weeklong refresher training
Daily Observer Friday Jan. 23, 2014 Edition Vol. 16. No. 313
"Enemies Within .... Rapists are not Strangers. Most Are Teachers," Says Gender Minister. It has not become officially pronounced that most of the rape cases in the country, especially against teenagers and children are perpetrated by people who call themselves teachers.
Gov't Pays Cllr. Lewis Homage ... Ellen Terms Him 'An Extraordinary Talent'
LACC Probes US$100K on Capitol Hill.
Liberia's Anti Corruption Commission (LACC) has launched an investigation into US$100,000 remitted to the House of Representatives to conduct a nationwide consultation on the draft oil and gas law.
Lofa County Superintendent George Dunor has unveiled plans to move Lofa County to full economic prosperity, growth and sustained human development.
Speaking to a group of citizens at the Lofa Youth Intellectual Forum in central Voinjama Tuesday evening, Superintendent Dunor pledged under the plan to ensure that short-term jobs are created for youths of the county.
FrontPage Africa: Devastated BY Rape..."Family of 12-year-Old Victim horrified over act; Resident decry widespread trend in Brewerville"
Several Lawyers pay homage to fallen chief Justice...Remembering Johnnie Lewis
'Like Children Fighting Each Other' .. Traditional Council Leader Condemns Lawmakers Standoff in Chambers
Nimba County Superintendent Fong Zuagele is appealing to the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) to allow the participation of the local authorities in the country’s forest sector reform.
About 25 people have been placed in quarantine in the Monrovia neighborhood of Paynesville, which authorities affirm has the propensity of throwing the fight against Ebola backwards.
The government of Liberia has set the end of February to end the Ebola scourge as there is a significant drop in cases across the country.
Since it resumption to duty to get in the execution of the Fourth Sitting, the House of Representatives has become a theater of violence and sheer disorder rather than being a theater of unique debates and proper order as it ought to be.
The Chairman of Grand Gedeh County Ebola Taskforce in collaboration with Superintendent Peter Solo has begun donating Ebola preventive materials to schools in the county.
The Informer Newspaper: "Swiss authorities have arrested a Liberian suspected of carrying out war rimes during the West African nation's civil war.