Lewis Brown, Liberiaâ€™s permanent representative to the United Nations, says Liberians no longer need to fear but to keep hoping for the better.
The chairman of the governing Unity Party, Wilmot Paye, has expressed concern over President Ellen Johnson Sirleafâ€™s â€˜secretâ€™ meeting with magistrates of the National Elections Commission.
Liberians on Wednesday, September 27 gathered at the historic Providence Island to join countries around world in observance of World Tourism Day.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations for the last time as a Head of State, ahead of her transition of power to a new elected government in January next year.
Andrew Gilmour, the United Nations assistant secretary-general for human rights, says the human rights gains in Liberia are still precarious.
Liberians living abroad under the umbrella of the All Liberian Diaspora Conference have threatened to file a lawsuit against the National Elections Commission for allegedly denying them their right to vote in the national elections while staying outside the country.
The Liberia National Police has ended a daylong dialogue aimed at strengthening mutual relationship between the community and the police in Kakata.
The James Spriggs Payne Airfield was a scene of sorrow on Thursday following the arrival of the remains of Corporal Ousmane Sheriff of the Liberian contingent serving with the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali.