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June 18, 2013
- Liberia: Committee wants Lawmaker Expelled
- Liberia: UNHCR launches birth registration for Ivorian refugee kids
- Garbage Problem Affects Many in Liberia’s Leading Commercial District
- Liberia Gov't Refutes Report of Rampant Corruption in Public Sector
- Liberia: Obama didn't snub Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf- spokesperson
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Opposition leader of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), lawyer Winston Tubman has admitted that his partisans are “sometimes unruly and violent” in their approach to national issues.
Ghana’s President John Atta Mills has again rejected calls from Western countries and the United Nations for African states to legalize homosexuality.
Community radios have an important role to play in informing, educating and entertaining rural populations around the world.
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor has strongly denied being a former American CIA spy.
By Frank Sainworla, Jr/WADR News
The head of a US-based rights group has said America must pay reparations to Liberia for masterminding the Charles Taylor-led fatricidal civil war, after confirmation that the country’s ex-President Taylor was a CIA spy.
Amidst expectations of a government of national unity in the offing, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has begun appointing her second term cabinet, naming three of her old Ministers as heads of Foreign Affairs, Finance and Defense.
Former Finance Minister Augustine Ngafuan becomes Foreign Minister, replacing Dr.Toga Gayewea McIntosh, while the former Minister of Planning and Economic Affairs, Amara Konneh becomes the new Finance Minister and with Brownie Samukai retaining his post as Defense Minister,...
As the world awaits the verdict in the war crimes trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor, the UN backed Sierra Leone Special Court has elected a new Presiding Judge.
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on Monday took the oath of office for a second six-year mandate following her re-election in polls last November.
Sirleaf won over 90 percent of the votes in the runoff election after first-round runners-up Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) pulled out, claiming fraud in the first ballot.
As she prepares to take the solemn oath of office for a 2nd term after a bitterly fought election, President elect Ellen Johnson Sirleaf certainly has a daunting task over the next six years, while the main opposition party, CDC gives conflicting signals about whether their planned street protest will still go ahead on Monday.
Reports from Liberia say gay rights activists have begun facing threats from an angry public over their efforts to promote the passing of a bill legalizing homosexuality.