The Liberian government has announced it will conduct autopsies on the remains of four individuals whose recent deaths raised fears of insecurity among citizens.
President George Weah has replaced his information and commerce ministers in a reshuffling that saw the appointment of 15 officials.
Human rights advocates in Liberia are disappointed over the failure of President George Weah to make any commitment to establish a war crimes court during his third address before the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
President George Weah has addressed the 75th United Nations General Assembly, where he touted his government’s efforts to reduce incidents of sexual and gender-based violence.
The Women’s Rights Campaign for Justice group is calling on the Senate to delay confirmation proceedings for foreign minister-designate Dee-Maxwell Kemayah until a sexual harassment claim against him is conclusively investigated.
A day after Andrew Wonplo and his immediate family members were banned from entering into the United States, the Liberian government says it is considering new charges against the suspended passport and visa director at the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
More than 40 human rights organizations in Liberia are calling on President George Weah to commit to establishing a war crimes court in Liberia during the upcoming United Nations General Assembly.
A U.S.-based activist is calling on the Liberian government to act fast to prevent thousands of Liberians in the U.S. from losing access to permanent U.S. residency.