Friday, 28th January 2022
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Charles Taylor

26 Oct
Former Liberian warlord-turned-president Charles Taylor, jailed for five decades for war crimes, has filed a lawsuit against his country's government over its 'refusal' to pay his pension and retirement benefits, according to a court statement.
8 Jun 2021
The Rome Statute is the international treaty that founded the International Criminal Court. Comprising of 13 parts, it establishes the governing framework for the Court.
8 Sep 2020
Judges have rejected a bid by Liberian ex-president and convicted war criminal Charles Taylor to be moved from a British jail, where he claimed he risks dying from coronavirus.
6 Jun 2020
Pastor Tobi Adegboyega has adopted a proactive approach to the development of women and to support the progression...
20 Dec 2017
Dekergar Duko, a lean father-of-two who crushes rocks for a living, often reminisces during his days of backbreaking labour about his life under Liberia's warlord-turned-president, Charles Taylor.
10 Oct 2017
As Liberians head to the polls today to decide who will succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, there is tremendous excitement and hope for renewed energy and new possibilities.
8 Oct 2017
Every candidate has asserted they have the magic formula to turn around Liberia's stuttering economy, which remains stubbornly reliant on foreign assistance despite significant endowments of iron ore, rubber and palm oil.
6 Oct 2017
"I am not in contact with Charles Taylor, I repeat, I am not," Weah told AFP and France 24 journalists. The BBC quoted him this week as saying he had taken a phone call from Taylor recorded in January.
13 Jul 2016
It is a good thing that at last, Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings, the former President of Ghana, has put some perspective to his relationship with the late Nigerian dictator, General Sani Abacha.
10 Jul 2016
In the first place, I think that things have gone astray since the collapse of the bipolar world. I keep talking about Pope John Paul II castigating the dominant Western economic philosophy when he called it the savagery of capitalism.


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Nearly 40 percent of people in Ethiopia's Tigray are suffering "an extreme lack of food" in the face of an extended de-facto blockade of the war-hit region, a UN agency said Friday.
24 mins ago
The joint task force has recovered 500 cows and sheep rustled in Shiroro and Munya Local Government areas of Niger state.
32 mins ago
Devastating floods that hit Malaysia in recent weeks caused about $1.4 billion in losses, with widespread damage to homes, businesses and factories, the country's statistics department said on Friday.
36 mins ago
Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic arrived at Juventus for a medical Friday ahead of a much-anticipated winter break transfer to the Italian giants.
44 mins ago
A Japanese gunman was arrested after he allegedly took a doctor hostage and shot him, police said Friday, with local media reporting that the victim had died from his wounds after the 11-hour standoff.