Following a fatal accident along the Buchanan highway involving the vehicle of Grand Bassa’s Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh and a motorcyclist, the Liberia National Police has launched an investigation into the accident.
On Nov. 11, a visiting four-man delegation from the National People’s Congress of China, NPC, held high-level talks with its Liberian counterparts in Monrovia. At the meeting, the two governments reconfirmed their mutual commitment to successful diplomatic relations.
In the wake of a World Health Organization report that there were 414 new cases of breast cancer and 231 deaths in 2018 in Liberia, two organizations have launched an initiative to help raise awareness and funding to support female victims.
Insiders within the airline industry are not so sure that Air France’s return to Liberia is a reflection of the country being ready for other airlines.
The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority reported that a Liberian licensed French tuna fishing vessel, Avel Vor, sunk off Liberia’s coast on October 27.
Liberia has joined 24 other countries and 10 international aid organizations to sign a declaration of commitment to include psychosocial support as a standard part of aid package in mental health crisis situations.
Hassan Nasser, a psychiatrist working with the Médecins Sans Frontières’ Mental Health Project in Liberia, has disclosed that the organization is providing treatment to at least 80 mental health patients in Montserrado every month.
Today, the J & J Memorial Hospital in the VOA Community on the R.I.A. Highway will be holding a free screening for breast cancer.