Ever since the election of President George Weah and his Coalition for Democratic Change-led government in 2017, the administration has made a concerted effort â€“ wittingly or unwittingly â€“ to construct a new narrative about both immediate and distant past.
The head of the Grand Bassa chapter of the Christian Association of the Blind, Robert Kpadoe, is calling for a reduction in the number of political parties participating in elections.
Amid growing pressure for the government to establish a war crimes court to prosecute atrocities committed during the countryâ€™s 14-year civil war, citizens of Tuzon, the hometown of slain President Samuel Kanyan Doe in Grand Gedeh, have condemned the calls.
A Liberian in the U.S. has filed a lawsuit against those who he alleges are the main perpetrators and sponsors of atrocities committed against civilians, including violence, torture, and rape, during the countryâ€™s bloody civil war.
An alleged perpetrator of the July 30, 1990 massacre at St. Peterâ€™s Lutheran Church in Monrovia has been sued in a U.S. court in Pennsylvania.
The National Museum of Liberia, which was neglected during Liberiaâ€™s protracted civil crisis and saw many of its items stolen, has come alive again.
Nimbaâ€™s Sen. Prince Johnson and former rebel leader of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia has stated that he has no regrets over his role in the 14-year civil crisis.
The first presidential debate to feature top candidates concluded with Alexander Cummings of the Alternative National Congress emerging as the clear winner.