The security situation in Ivory Coast could quickly deteriorate despite recent security gains, the U.S. State Department warned.
The mayor of the capital of Liberia, who had sometimes allegedly acted outside the bounds of her office and the law, has resigned under pressure, officials say.
The leader of Guinea's army and some other Guinean officials were killed in an airplane crash in Liberia Monday, officials said.
UPI Almanac for Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013.
Africa Petroleum Corp., an Australian company, announced that it started tapping into oil deposits situated off the coast of Liberia.
The hordes of caterpillars destroying crops in northern Liberia appear to be moving into other Africa nations, a government spokesman says.
UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008.
U.S. resort builder Robert L. Johnson Companies is pushing ahead with a luxury resort in Liberia, not long after a civil war ended there, sources said.
Liberia is conducting its first official census since 1984 as the African nation sets about recovering from a protracted civil war, it was reported Saturday.
Liberia's fledgling crime prevention campaign has been given support from the United Nations' top police official.