Former Liberian president Charles Taylor's 50-year prison sentence has been upheld, making it likely that he'll spend the rest of his life in jail.
What happened to all the girls who fought in Liberia's brutal civil war and are now grown-ups? How do they get on with their lives?
China has committed $75-billion to aid and development projects in Africa over the past decade, research shows.
Liberia and the UN have inaugurated the first justice and security hub, enhancing efforts to extend these services to neglected areas of the country.
Liberian warlord Charles Taylor has begun his appeal against a 50-year prison sentence handed down by Sierra Leone's UN-backed special court.
Charles Taylor's defence has filed 42 grounds of appeal, calling the trial chamber's decision a "miscarriage of justice".
Logging firms are skirting the rules and have used a loophole in Liberian law, granting them access to as much as a quarter of the country's landmass.
Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has suspended her son and 45 government officials for not declaring their assets to anti-graft authorities.
Ex-Liberian president Charles Taylor has been found guilty of terrorism, murder and rape committed by rebels during Liberia's 11-year civil war.
It has ended its war and had two elections, but for Liberia to select a winner of its national beauty contest has proved one challenge too far.
Disgraced former Liberian leader Charles Taylor is due to hear his fate as a four-year war crimes trial at The Hague draws to a close.
Liberian former leader Charles Taylor awaits a verdict on charges of arming Sierra Leone's rebels in return for "blood diamonds" in the 1990s.
Former Liberian first lady Jewel Taylor has introduced a Bill for homosexuality to be made a first degree felony, amid raging debate over gay rights.
Lawyers for former Liberian president Charles Taylor have asked a UN-backed war crimes court for permission to reopen their defence case.
Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been sworn in during a lavish ceremony and called for reconciliation after her re-election in disputed polls.
Liberia's President and Africa's first female head of state, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, has said that she was eager to see a woman in the White House.
Despite boasting Africa's first female president and a Nobel prize for women's rights, Liberia's women are still vulnerable to the threat of rape.
Liberia's Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has appointed a nun to probe a pre-poll shooting incident as results are set to confirm her divisive re-election.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf will seek to reunite the country by forming a government that includes her rivals, if she wins the polls.