A group of inmates at the Voinjama Central Prison recently harvested rice on farmland provided to them by the government.
On the evening of August 7, Liberians began to hear rumors of “strange men” with guns in Bomi, in a scene reminiscent of the start of the various iterations of Liberia’s civil war.
The chairman of the special presidential taskforce formed to investigate bribery allegations in response to the recent Global Witness report has announced that the body has already compiled more than 700 pages of evidence in preparation for additional indictments.
After the release of the autopsy report of Victoria Zayzay contradicted the Liberia National Police’s earlier account of suicide, the Ministry of Justice has announced a second autopsy.
MONROVIA, Montserrado – Another civil society institution, Campaigners for Change, has declared support for the Independent Human Rights Investigators on its position in the matters involving the deaths of Victoria Zaza, and Alvin Moses and Ruben Joe.
The Liberian government needs to stop pretending that the ubiquitous occurrences of mob violence are anything unusual. They are not.
The Ministry of Gender recently coordinated a trip with several journalists and the Ministry of Justice to the safe house containing the 14 Liberian women who were allegedly trafficked to Lebanon and used as sex slaves.