The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".
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Missing Diamond Protesters Brutalized

By Bill W. CooperOn June 1, 2023, a group of protesters who gathered at the home of President George Weah to demand answers for the whereabouts of a 53.3 carat diamond worth US$2.7m were allegedly beaten and arrested by officers of the

Pregnant Woman Stabbed Over LEC Token

By Precious D. FreemanA three-month old pregnant woman identified as Hannah Sunba was viciously gashed with a razor blade by a co-tenet also identified as Kebbah Mulbah. The victim was rushed to the Catholic Hospital to seek medical

Police Investigates 6 Persons 

By Grace Q. Bryant The Liberia National Police has arrested six suspects in connection to the death of a two-year-old boy identified as Momo Saah whose body parts including his right leg, right hand, right eye and private parts

CPP Driver Freed On Bond

By Grace Q. BryantThe Monrovia City Court has released Simeon Davis on USD$140,000 criminal appearance bond; after charged with the Commission of the crime of theft of property and misapplication of entrusted property by the police over

For Beating Wife:
NIC Manager Sent To Jail

By Grace Q. BryantThe Paynesville Magisterial Court has sentenced the Program Manager at the National Investment Commission (NIC) to 90 days imprisonment after finding him guilty for simple assault on his, wife Lorraine D. Anderson. The