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Five Pro-Russian Ambassadors Deployed Near Monrovia

In the Space of 48 hours diplomats from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East presented letters of credence to Liberian President Joseph Boakai.

Liberia: Senate’s Two-Year Audit Plan Criticized

Liberia - Integrity Watch-Liberia (IWL), a civil society organization, has expressed concern over the Liberian Senate's plan to conduct an audit on its activities in two years' time. IWL's Executive Director, Herald Aidoo, has described the process as an "invasion" and has called for an immediate audit of the 55th Legislature.

Liberia Faces EU Sanctions Over Illegal Fishing Concerns

Liberia is at risk of facing severe sanctions from the European Union (EU) over its lax enforcement of Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing regulations. The EU has issued a stern warning to the country, stating that it risks receiving a "red card" if significant improvements are not made to address the growing concerns in the fisheries sector.

Liberia: Grand Gedeh Senator Pledges Support for ‘Yellow Machine’ Deal

Grand Gedeh County Senator Pennue has stated that if an agreement regarding the much-debated yellow machine deal comes before the Liberian Senate, he will not hesitate to join other Senators in ratifying it.

Liberia: The President’s Mysterious Friend

Could it be the Chinese businessman whose billionaire namesake linked to corruption scandals died in prison nearly a decade ago that is striking multimillion  deal with the President for more than 200 ‘yellow machines’?

Warning: 45% Medicine in Liberia Fake

The Managing Director of the Liberia Medicine and Health Product Regulatory Authority (LMHRA), Luke L. Bawo, has sounded the alarm over the prevalence of substandard and expired drugs and other medicinal products across Liberia, posing a significant health threat to the population.

Liberia: How Human Rights Actors Helping War Crimes Suspect Evade Justice

Bickering among rival human rights groups about their roles in the establishment of Liberia's war and economic crimes court threatens to derail progress towards war crimes accountability and justice.

Liberia: Archbishop Jubwe Meets Pope Francis

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Monrovia has concluded his visit to the Vatican where he had several pastoral engagements and received his Pallium from Pope Francis in Rome during Mass on the Solemnity of the Saints Peter and Paul.

Liberia: Strengthening Tripartite Engagement to Promote Decent Work

The Ministry of Labor and a visiting delegation of experts from the International Labor Organization (ILO) have concluded intensive weeklong engagement, culminating in key decisions aimed at harmonizing the country's trade union landscape.

Liberia Aims to Establish National Sulfur Fuel Standards to Curb Emission

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) has issued a call for proposals to help Liberia develop national sulfur fuel standards and build capacity for mandatory vehicle inspections.

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