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Two thirds of African cities face 'extreme climate risk'
Two thirds of African cities face 'extreme climate risk'
Rapid population growth and poor infrastructure have put two out of three cities in Africa at "extreme risk" of the threats posed by climate...
Warlord's backing gives Nobel peace laureate the edge
Warlord's backing gives Nobel peace laureate the edge
A former warlord has announced that he will support Nobel peace prize winner Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Liberia's run-off election, boosting her...
Where rape is a part of life
Where rape is a part of life
This is Philomena and her baby son, Maro. His mother is 16. Just one of Liberia's thousands of child rape victims meets the girls for whom rape has become a common and terrifying part of their lives...
Prison conditions in Liberia 'deplorable'
Prison conditions in Liberia 'deplorable'
A human rights group has denounced what it calls "deplorable" conditions in Liberia's prisons and detention centres and has called for reforms in...
Liberia report warns of threat to peace
Liberia report warns of threat to peace
Disputes over land ownership and property boundaries are threatening to undermine Liberia's fragile peace, according to findings from a six-month...
Former Liberian warlord dodges questions at TRC
Former Liberian warlord dodges questions at TRC
A former Liberian warlord whose drugged fighters appeared on camera holding up a human heart dodged questions on Wednesday and refused to accept...
US freed Taylor to overthrow Doe, Liberia's TRC hears
US freed Taylor to overthrow Doe, Liberia's TRC hears
A former Liberian warlord allied to Charles Taylor has told the country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that the United States released...
Crime wave hits Monrovia
Crime wave hits Monrovia
In the past week the capital of Liberia has been hit by a crime wave that has left inhabitants fearing for their lives while the government admits...
West African military chiefs denounce Africom
West African military chiefs denounce Africom
West African military chiefs have charged that the United States has failed to consult adequately with countries that will be affected by a planned...
Bush promises education aid for Liberia
Bush promises education aid for Liberia
United States President George Bush, winding up a trip to Africa, promised war-scarred Liberia that the US will see its staunchest ally on the...
Liberia's TRC panel begins public hearings
Liberia's TRC panel begins public hearings
Liberia President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf appealed for honesty on Tuesday as her war-racked West African country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) began its public hearings....
Court orders arrest of former Liberian leader
Court orders arrest of former Liberian leader
A criminal court has ordered the arrest of Liberia's ex-president Gyude Bryant on allegations that he embezzled $1,3-million while in office.

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