• Radio LIB Annual Jamboree

    Recognizing the needs for Liberians in the Diaspora to reunite and reflect on childhood experiences as well as identifying with cultural activities, RadioLIB organizes a Jamboree every year.

  • Radio LIB welcomes the general public.

    We are more than Entertainment

    Not only do we entertain, RadioLIB also broadcasts news and programs relevant to the daily lives of Liberian citizens in Liberia and the Liberian Diaspora..

  • Promoting sport at our annual Jamboree

    Radio Lib promote sports as a major activity at our jamboree.

  • Community Involvement

    Whenever we can, we try our best to involve our community in our activities.

Radio LIB is the first Liberian online radio station broadcasting in the United States. most

Listeners have the opportunity to participate in live interviews with Liberian personalities and artists and also send shout out to their family and friends in Liberia and the around the world.

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Zimbabwe Women March to Demand Free Educ…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:13 | African News

BULAWAYO, ZIMBABWE — Thousands of women took to the streets of Bulawayo on Thursday to demand free education for their children as protests against the government mount across Zimbabwe.The protest dubbed...

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Confrontation Possible in Lusaka Over El…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:12 | African News

Zambia's ruling Patriotic Front has called on police to prevent thousands of opposition supporters from gathering Friday at the Constitutional Court to challenge the outcome of last week's presidential election.The...

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Hunger Grips People Displaced by Boko Ha…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:13 | African News

Seven years of war against Boko Haram have left northeastern Nigeria in the grips of a malnutrition emergency. Borno state has borne the brunt of the violence. Some areas remain...

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US Diplomat Urges Resumption of Peace Ta…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

The top U.S. diplomat for Africa says South Sudan’s peace process is not on track and government and rebel leaders need to resume negotiations.In an exclusive interview, U.S. Assistant Secretary...

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Kerry to Visit Nigeria, Saudi Arabia

August 18, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Nigeria and Saudi Arabia next week to discuss regional issues, the State Department announced Thursday.Kerry will first go to Nigeria and...

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Zimbabwe Farmers Get High-nutrient Seeds…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

HARARE — The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, or FAO, has started distributing biofortified maize and bean seeds to farmers impacted by drought in Zimbabwe.A good harvest in March is seen...

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DRC Sees 2nd Day of Protests Against Mas…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:15 | African News

GOMA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO — Demonstrators took to the streets in eastern DRC for a second day to protest the massacre of at least 50 people in Beni territory during...

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South Sudan's Machar Flees to DRC

August 18, 2016 | Hits:13 | African News

UNITED NATIONS — South Sudan’s former first Vice President Riek Machar has fled to neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo, where he may be ill or injured.U.N. Spokesman Farhan Haq told reporters...

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For 3 Days, Books Replace Blasts in Soma…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:12 | African News

The capital of Somalia is one of the most dangerous cities in the world, but this week fear of blasts has been overcome by a love for books.Organizers say about...

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Hunger Stalks Thousands of Displaced in …

August 18, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

ABUJA — Seven years of war against Boko Haram militants have left northeastern Nigeria in the grips of a humanitarian emergency. Borno state has borne the brunt of the violence and...

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S. African Opposition Takes Charge in Ma…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:12 | African News

JOHANNESBURG — A mayor from South Africa's main opposition party took office in a major urban centre on Thursday, unseating the African National Congress (ANC) as the ruling party paid the...

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Zambia's Lungu Says to Limit Spending, B…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

LUSAKA — Zambia will control expenditure and take measures to boost economic growth, President Edgar Lungu who was re-elected to the helm of Africa's second-largest copper producer at a vote on...

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Spokesman: South Sudan’s Machar 'Evacuat…

August 18, 2016 | Hits:7 | African News

South Sudan rebel leader and former first vice president in the Transitional Government of National Unity, Riek Machar, will break his silence Thursday, a spokesman for the SPLM-IO movement told...

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South African Economic Hubs Set for Oppo…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:11 | African News

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa's two main opposition parties have put aside huge ideological differences to unseat the ruling ANC in major cities it has controlled for 22 years, they said on...

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Nigeria Can Defeat Polio Despite Challen…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:11 | African News

Despite two new polio cases — the first in Nigeria in two years — Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is optimistic the African nation will be able to defeat polio, even...

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Malawi Plants Home Gardens to Fight Food…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:8 | African News

Malawi continues to grapple with the aftermath of severe drought and flooding during the past year that has left over six million people in need of food aid. Now, small...

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One Dead in Protest in Mali Capital Over…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

BAMAKO — One person was shot dead in Mali's capital on Wednesday and others were wounded as police opened fire to disperse a protest over the arrest of a talk show...

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Two Killed in Anti-government Protest in…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

KINSHASA — A civilian and a police officer were killed Wednesday in clashes in northeast Congo during a protest of the government’s failure to stop massacres of civilians by rebel groups...

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Zambia Opposition Party to Challenge Pre…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:10 | African News

Zambia's main opposition, the United Party for National Development (UPND), plans to petition the Constitutional Court on Friday regarding the outcome of the August 11 presidential poll won by incumbent...

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Officials Scramble to Contain Cholera at…

August 17, 2016 | Hits:12 | African News

KAMPALA — Officials in northern Uganda say dozens of cholera cases have been reported at a reception center for South Sudanese refugees. Cholera is an infectious disease usually spread through contaminated...

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