The snake is almost impossible to handle in the normal way without being bitten, due to its unique abilities.
Religious leaders not only have an obligation to prevent violence against women, they're uniquely well positioned to do it.
A deal was signed despite Exxon's concerns that it could violate U.S. anti-corruption laws, according to Global Witness.
Africa's first female head of state is stepping down. Twenty people, including a former warlord and Africa's greatest ever footballer, want to succeed her.
Tom Price is in the West African country to survey its post-Ebola recovery and offer U.S. support.
Joseph Boakai, who is running to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, says his country cannot continue "living on handouts."
Trump's budget calls for a third reduction in the State Department budget.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said she is worried Trump won't "build bridges" with Africa.
Liberia has a single cable linking it to the global Internet, which was targeted by hackers.
King George played for some of Europe's best clubs and wants to lead the West African nation.
Four people have died from the virus since February 29.
Health authorities are still looking for 48 people who may be carrying the virus.
The case came hours after West Africa was declared Ebola-free on Thursday.
The virus is back, one day after the WHO declared active transmission had ended.
Corruption is part of life in sub-Saharan Africa, with faith in the police and courts at rock bottom.
The organization did not declare the virus to be a global emergency until five months after outbreaks were reported.