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Liberia to Create War Crimes Court

Liberia's Senate has approved the creation of a national war crimes court, in order to bring charges against those who committed such crimes during Liberia's two civil wars. A Long Time Coming Liberia's Senate voted overwhelmingly in favour to approve the creation of a national war crimes court, approving a resolution...

US Citizen Facing Charges in Liberia Barred From Accessing Medical Care Abroad

What You Need to Know:  American Missionary Lucas Richards, a former member of Creekside Church in Urbandale, Iowa, has been denied the ability to access medical care abroad by a Liberian Criminal Court.  The ruling on the 28th of February meant that Richards, who is on trial for the attempted murder...

Liberia Appoints First Female Defense Minister After Wives of Servicemen Set up Roadblocks

What You Need to Know:  Retired brigadier general, Geraldine George, has been appointed as Liberia’s first female acting Minister of Defense following the resignation of Retired Maj. Gen. Prince C. Johnson just ten days after entering the role. Hours before Johnson was to be sworn into office by the Liberian Senate,...

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