• ‘Rampant Sodomy’

    “Lots of our children are still being abused, our girls are being raped, and our boys, too, are being been sodomized.” – Minister Julia Duncan-Cassell , Ministry of Gender, Children & Social Protection

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  • 'Ebola Kills One'

    FrontPageAfrica has gathered from medical sources that one of the three Ebola positive patients died late Monday from the deadly virus, becoming the first victim during the current outbreak. Experts from the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) are expected Tuesday.

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  • New Milestone: China-Liberia Relationship

    I have worked in Liberia as the Ambassador of China for nearly two years. In this period, China-Liberia relations has been developing fast track and significant progresses made.

  • Oil Palm & Liberia’s Economy

    Oil palm is one of the fastest growing commodities in the world, which has many usages. For Liberia, oil palm seems to be somehow new in recent times.

  • Land Rights to Cement Sirleaf's Legacy
    In Liberia, many rural communities are on edge as encroaching economic development projects that force families off their land continue to worry the countryside.


  • In Memory of Sharon Washington

    “Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, the world’s weary trouble and trails are past. In silence she suffered, in patience she bore; till God called her home to suffer no more…”

  • Memorial Service For Rev. Brathwaite

    A memorial service for the late Rev. Napoleon Brathwaite III will be held on September 12th at the Peaceful Baptist Church in Flahn Town, Lower New Georgia at 10:00AM.

  • Lawrence A. Sneh Departs

    Filled with sadness, we announce the death of our beloved Lawrence A. Sneh, which occurred on July 29, 2015 at the Redemption Hospital, New Kru Town, Liberia.

  • Miata Watson Passes Away

    The Watson family announces the homegoing of Mrs. Miata Kromah Watson. She died on July 26, 2015 at her residence in Monrovia. She was 77 years old.