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Liberians take to the streets over missing millions

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Thousands of protesting Liberians took to the streets of Monrovia to demand the return of $104 million in cash missing on the...

ISS: South Sudan can learn from Liberia’s road to peace

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Peace is not just about restoring stability after violence. It is also about investing in the structures and institutions that will ensure...

Africom leadership visits Liberia

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US Africa Command senior enlisted advisor, Chief Master Sgt. Ramon "CZ" Colon-Lopez, conducted a site visit to Liberia between 2 and 4...

Former Liberian warlord gets 30 years in US prison

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A former Liberian warlord known as "Jungle Jabbah" was sentenced to 30 years in prison for gaining US asylum by lying about...

Armed Forces of Liberia gets new pilots

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The Nigerian Air Force has finished training two Liberian pilots, the first since the end of that country's civil war in 2003,...

UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia closes

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The United Nations closed its peacekeeping mission to Liberia on Thursday, 15 years after it was deployed in the aftermath of two...

ISS: Is Ellen Johnson Sirleaf a worthy Ibrahim Prize winner?

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Finally, after a three-year drought, the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership has a winner: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first-ever female...

Liberia church massacre survivors sue alleged perpetrator in U.S. court

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Four survivors of a church massacre that killed 600 people during the Liberian civil war on Monday filed a civil lawsuit in...

Liberia’s Johnson Sirleaf wins Mo Ibrahim leadership prize

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Former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has won the 2017 Mo Ibrahim award, designed to improve the quality of African political leadership,...

Farewell ceremony for UNMIL police and military

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After 14 years of serving in the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), an official farewell ceremony was held this week in...

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Lessons learnt from latest Op Copper deployment

The most recent Operation Copper deployment in the Mozambique Channel, in addition to providing valuable "on-the-job" training for both sailors and airmen,...