• 'Cash Strapped'

    Liberian Telecommunications Authority is in the process of amending the Licensing and Authorization Regulations in what sources say is a bid to accommodate another cellular company and offer a lifeline for sagging cellular companies on the ropes.

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  • 'Looming Overturn'

    Barely a month after the senatorial election results were announced, winners declared and seated, the Supreme Court has entertained final argument in the writ of prohibition filed against the winner of the controversial senatorial election in Maryland County.

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  • 'Gen. Alao Is Dead'

    Major General Suraj Alao Abdurrahman, who led post-war Liberia’s Armed Forces resurgence has died. The former Commander In Charge of the AFL died Wednesday in New York, where he was undergoing treatment for an undisclosed ailment.

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  • 'Eclipsed'

    “Our economy was on the verge of collapse as our citizens and nation were stigmatized. I can say today that despite all of this, our nation has remained strong; our people resilient; our commitment renewed and our faith restored.” - President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf 

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  • Economic Diplomacy, Why Liberia Should Engage With It?

    Liberia is the first independence nation state of Africa and the second black republic after Haiti in the World

  • Passionate Plea For Peaceful Election

    Yes, Liberians are divided over whether or not the conditions are ripe for the holding of the 2014 Special Senatorial election, but yet united over letting the law prevail.

  • The Lesser of Two Evils

    In most countries, the Ebola pandemic, which led to 3,016 Liberians dead, would prompt a time of national mourning. Leaders would cancel frivolous public appearances and political campaigning would be put on hold ...

  • As seen by former Liberian Security Personnel Charles E. King, former Deputy Director for Training National  Public Safety Institute Paynesville,  Liberia.

Obituary

  • George N. Seke - 1932 - 2015

    This is to announce the home going of Mr. George N. Seke Sr., this sad event occurred on January 8, 2015 at 4:30 PM at his Gaye Town Residence, Sinkor Old Road.

  • Magdelene Witherspoon Dies

    The Witherspoon, Duncan and Stauard families regret to announce the death in her 75th year, of Mrs. Magdelene Duncan Witherspoon, commonly called Teta and Aunty Maggie.




  • Mother Nyene-Dio Wesley Passes on

    The death is announced in her 76th year of Mother Sarah Nyene-Dio Wesley Vah of Chocolate City, Gardnersville, Monrovia.  She died on Monday, December 8, 2014 at 7:30 AM