Lucinda Rouse

Lucinda Rouse

Lucinda Rouse is a freelance journalist currently in Monrovia, Liberia.

Coronavirus pandemic

Liberia takes classes to the airwaves during COVID-19 pandemic

Radio stations nationwide broadcast lessons following the closure of schools as part of coronavirus containment efforts.

Liberia takes classes to the airwaves during COVID-19 pandemic

Liberia

Liberia braces for coronavirus with defunct health system

Healthcare woes limit effect of Ebola learnings during 2014-16 epidemic as Liberia gears up to fight COVID-19 outbreak.

Liberia braces for coronavirus with defunct health system

Africa

Liberians grow wary of George Weah as economic woes deepen

Critics say Liberia's economy has worsened because of Weah government's incompetence and failure to address corruption.

Liberians grow wary of George Weah as economic woes deepen

Liberia

UK judge dismisses charges against Charles Taylor's ex-wife

Agnes Reeves Taylor had been due to face charges of torture and conspiracy to commit torture during Liberia's civil war.

UK judge dismisses charges against Charles Taylor's ex-wife

Liberia

Jewel Howard-Taylor on war, Weah and her agenda

Jewel Howard-Taylor on her ex-husband Charles Taylor, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, George Weah and her agenda for Liberia.

Jewel Howard-Taylor on war, Weah and her agenda

Liberia

After a 'failed' vote, what is happening in Liberia?

Fears of uncertainty and a weak economy as Supreme Court hearings begin after claims of alleged fraud in first round.

After a 'failed' vote, what is happening in Liberia?