Liberian police conduct worries US Ambassador

United States Ambassador to Liberia Deborah Malac Thursday  stressed the need for improve police conduct after she reaffirmed her government’s commitment to assist Liberia in building  the capacity of its national police force. Ambassador Malac said good police conduct towards citizens is significant in a democratic environment such as Liberia. She lauded the police administration for stringent […]

APC Scandinavia condemns Nigerian Killings

The All Progessive Congress (APC) Scandinavia has strongly condemned the recurrent killings in the north-east of Nigeria, the abduction of 100 Nigerian pupils. The organization also condemned the ways the country’s leadership is playing bitter politics with the lives of innocent citizens.   A release issued over the wekend, and signed by the coordinator of the APC Scandinanvia Ayoola […]

Liberia gets $800,000 for teachers’ training

Liberia has been given $800, 000 to enhace teachers’ education in the country under the UNESCO-China Funds-in Trust Teachers Education Project for teacher Infomation, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Africa.   The funds, according to Liberian education experts will be used to enhance and improve the country’s teacher training program through the pedagogic use of […]

Food producers must adapt to climate change

ROME, Italy, April 23, 2014/Countries need to shift to more sustainable food systems, stepping up action to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva told participants at the seventh Forum on Agriculture in the Kingdom of Morocco. “Everything we do needs to take climate change into consideration,” […]

UN helicopter crashes in Liberia

A UN helicopter Tuesday crashed in Monrovia, Liberia leaving the pilot critically injured. The pilot who sustained severe bodily wounds and nine other persons onboard the UN Helicopter 22426 survived the crash which took place at the Thinkers’ Village 20 minutes after it took off from the James Springs Airfield in Monrovia. The cause of the crash […]

Liberia faces Ivory Coast in U-20 Tourney

Liberia’s national Under-20 team will face the Ivory Coast in the next rounds of qualifers of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Youth Championship after the continental body ruled a protest case in its favor. The Liberians filed a protest against their Gambian opponents for fielding five overage players during the latter’s recent 1-0  shock win in Monrovia. According to the […]

Africans pay high money transfer fees

All over the world migrant workers are sending money home to their families. The money pays hospital bills and school fees, buys land, builds houses and sets up small businesses. The cash goes from the US back to Mexico, from the Gulf back to India, from the UK back to Somalia, and from South Africa […]

Ivorian police officer testifies in mercenary trial

A lieutenant of the Ivorian police has provided evidence for state lawyers in the trial of 18 Liberians accused of carrying out subversive activities in the Ivory Coast.Lt. Kone Hotie, who served as commanding officer of Para, the scene of the attack, which borders Liberia, last week told a criminal court in Monrovia, the Liberian capital, that his testimony was based on […]

Yaya Toure speaks for Africa

Manchester City and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure thinks he is not regarded as one of the best players in the world because he is from Africa.  Toure, 30, has 22 goals this season, helping City to win the League Cup and challenge for the Premier League title. Samir Nasri recently said Toure would be […]

Liberia: Ugandan woman gets 4-year prison sentence

A Ugandan woman convicted for trafficking drug into Liberia a year ago has been sentenced to four years in prison. But Criminal Court Judge Blamo Dixon said that Shirat Nalwadda will serve her sentence in Uganda after he affirmed the jurors’ unanimous guilty verdict. He also ordered that the convict be deported to Uganda through diplomatic channel where she […]