The U.S. government has provided additional testing equipment to help strengthen Liberiaâ€™s fight against the Coronavirus or COVID-19.
The United States ambassador to Liberia, Christine Elder, has ended her term in Liberia, months ahead of the official schedule. Elder attributed her early departure to a preexisting medical condition and the closure of air routes across Africa due to the Coronavirus.
The United States Embassy in Monrovia has announced, with immediate effect, a temporary suspension in the issuance of non-immigrant visa in Liberia. The embassy made the disclosure on its official website on Monday, Dec. 9.
The Concerned Citizens United to Bring Our Money Back, also known as COCUBOMB, has praised the United States government for its intervention to investigate Liberiaâ€™s reported missing billions.
Amid ongoing legal proceedings over the outcome of the October 10 presidential and representative elections, the United States Embassy in Monrovia has warned political actors against efforts to hinder the decisions of voters.
Hundreds of young people gathered at the Sports Commission on Friday to witness live performances of Liberiaâ€™s best young emerging new artists.
Despite the closeness in diplomatic ties, Liberia has one of the highest US visa refusal rates. The country ranks fourth after Cuba, Afghanistan, and Mauritania.
The first ever TED event in Monrovia will take place on Monday at the Monrovia City Hall.