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Liberia's government says it is investigating a charity founded by a young American woman after allegations that a local staffer raped several girls in its care.
Thousands of protesting Liberians took to the streets of the capital Monrovia on Monday to demand the return of $104 million in cash that went missing on the way the central bank.
Fifteen Liberians, including the son of former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, are banned from leaving the country on Wednesday.
The 19-year-old is one of the 13 overseas-based players in the squad for next month's 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier with DR Congo in Monrovia.
Liberian football star-turned-president George Weah has won world headlines by conferring his country's top honour on his former boss Arsene Wenger -- but back home, not everyone is happy.
Liberian President George Weah on Wednesday decided to reduce import taxes on more than 2,000 commodities to combat rising inflation.
Reacting to the transfer, Liberian head of state George Weah said the medium of communication will enable the regional organisation have a greater impact on its citizens.
The Trump administration is ending a program that allows citizens of Liberia living in the US to avoid deportation. But it's allowing a one-year "wind-down" period to ease their return.
The last batch of 108 Nigerian police officers has been withdrawn from the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) after five years of service.
Since 1960s, Nigeria has been a major contributor of troops and police to United Nations peace operations, serving and making sacrifices in dozens of missions, the UN said.
Less than 24 hours after his inauguration, Liberia’s President George Weah, announced seven appointments, including that of former Senate Pro-Tempore Gbezohngar Findley, as Foreign Affairs Minister.
Former soccer star, George Weah, on Monday took the oath of office as the 24th President of Liberia with a pledge to build an equal, free and just country.
A U.S. judge has ordered the White House to restore access to a reporter of the CNN who was barred from the seat of power.
Paris Saint-Germain says it has found no evidence of discrimination following an internal investigation that the club's scouts illegally profiled the ethnic origins of potential young recruits.
Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr rues the injuries and suspension that has robbed him of four of his regulars for Saturday’s crucial 2019 AFCON qualifier against the Bafana Bafana of South Africa, but is comforted that the situation has presented opportunities for some other performers to step onto the runway.
As part of its mandate to recommend inmates serving jail terms in various prison formations for amnesty, the Presidential Advisory Committee on Prerogative of Mercy, on Friday visited the Jos Prison.
Officers and men attached to the Eagle-Net Special Squad under the Delta State Police Command have recorded a major breakthrough in the ongoing war against violence, crime in the society with the discovery of a gun factory in Oleh town, Isoko South Local Government Area of the state.
A former Chairman of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund, Ngozi Olojeme, has for the second time evaded the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and fled the country, the EFCC has said.
The Police Command in Enugu State has warned residents of the state against using social media to spread fake news about kidnapping in the state.
The Nigerian government on Wednesday announced the issuance of $2.86 billion aggregate triple bond series under its Global Medium Term Note Programme.
Former Super Falcons coach Chris Danjuma says the key targets for the team at the 2018 CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations should be “to show class on the pitch and pick a world cup ticket.”
Ekiti State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Gboyega Oguntuase, has said nobody should fault former governor Ayodele Fayose on infrastructural development of the state during his tenure in office.