Villagers in Lofa last week became the first Liberians to host a court prosecuting war crimes that allegedly happened in their communities.
The Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision by a lower court in finding former defense minister Brownie Samukai guilty of three corruption-related charges.
In an attempt to limit and prevent land conflicts, Lofa’s Superintendent William Kamba has commissioned members of a task force aimed at verifying land ownership claims across the county.
A two-year-old toddler has died in an open well that was located in a rice paddy in Voinjama.
A tragic accident involving two motorcyclists in Massabolahun’s Center Street in Wanhassa District has left the two operators dead and two others injured.
After receiving US$2,000 from a diaspora organization to repair its X-ray machine, the Tellewoyan Memorial Hospital has completed the repairs and begun examinations of patients using the equipment.
The Tenth Judicial Circuit Court has resolved a land dispute between Zangota and Balakpalasu Town that dealt with the use of a plot of land for communal farming. The ruling was in favor of Balakpalasu Town.
A 32-year-old man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl has been released by the Tenth Circuit Court in Lofa after prosecutors could not provide a strong enough evidence linking him to the crime.