The editor of FrontPage Africa Rodney Sieh and the management of OK FM have both apologized to an associate justice of the Supreme Court for their recent publications that accused him of breaking traffic laws.
The Central Bank of Liberia has clarified a report published by FrontPage Africa and discussed on radio talk shows in Monrovia that it authorized and brought into the country newly printed U.S. banknotes.
Firestone Liberia has clarified media reports that the recent amendment to the companyâ€™s concession agreement gives the company exclusive right for production.
On Unification Day, President George Weah summoned the organizers of the June 7 protest for a dialogue where he had hoped they would provide their demands to him, ostensibly, to ensure that the government could meet some of the demands in time to avoid the protest.
The British Embassy in Monrovia has issued a statement clarifying that it has not issued any recent travel alert to its citizens warning of terror attacks.
The Liberian National Police has confirmed that Montserradoâ€™s 15th district representative, Adolph Lawrence, died in a car crash on Sunday night near Tower Hill on the Roberts International Airport highway.
The Liberia National Police says it is investigating the death of Matthew Innis, the Deputy Director for Micro Finance in the Regulation and Supervision Department at the Central Bank of Liberia or CBL.
Lonestar Cell MTN has dismissed claims that it was pressured by the government to terminate its partnership with Roots FM where the telecommunications company hosts the stationâ€™s transmission antenna and broadcast transmitter.