A group of more than 15 international and local tourists last weekend visited the famous Mount Nimba in northeastern Liberia as part of a special tourist excursion organized by Jos Travel and Tours, Inc., a Liberian firm pushing the boundaries of tourism in the industry.
Employees protesting their redundancy by ArcelorMittal on Thursday agreed to abandon their protest following a meeting with Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf.
After pressure from civil society groups, the Ministry of Justice says it has conducted an autopsy on the remains of a Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency officer who died in April in Buchanan.
Two years after Grand Bassa’s public referral hospital was gutted by a fire that shut down many of its departments, the Liberian Government Hospital in Buchanan has fully reopened to the public.
The private security firm SEGAL has announced a plan to lay off 180 security guards assigned in the concession areas of ArcelorMittal in Nimba, Bong, and Grand Bassa.
ArcelorMittal Liberia has announced it has awarded scholarships to six young Liberians to pursue advanced degrees in various disciplines in the sciences.
ArcelorMittal has announced that it has concluded a detailed feasibility study to identify the optimal solution for utilizing the resources at Mount Tokadeh in Nimba and its other deposits.
ArcelorMittal has directed all of its employees and partners to avoid using the Roberts Street Bridge linking its facility to Buchanan due to its current dangerous condition.