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Liberia Politics: Legacy - Africa's first elected female president

Liberia's president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became a global phenomenon when she was elected Africa's first female head of state in 2005. Over time she brought political stability to a country ravaged by war, and went on to win the Nobel peace prize in 20-11. As she wraps up her 12 years rule, Aday-Sheh-Wa Josh takes a look at her legacy.

Liberia Elections: Voting set to open in presidential run-off

Liberia Elections: Voting set to open in presidential run-off

This mechanic's a woman

This mechanic's a woman

Saudi Arabia's first female boxing champion

Saudi Arabia's first female boxing champion

Palestine's female mayor

Palestine's female mayor

A bridge between divided communities in Kosovo

A bridge between divided communities in Kosovo

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Israel strikes Gaza after Jenin raid

Israel strikes Gaza after Jenin raid

Fighting intensifies in east Ukraine, Kiev seeks more weapons

Fighting intensifies in east Ukraine, Kiev seeks more weapons

Police block roads and force their way into main airport in Haiti

Police block roads and force their way into main airport in Haiti

Terror Attack on Azerbaijan Embassy: Azerbaijan's Response and Impact on Tense Relations with Iran

Terror Attack on Azerbaijan Embassy: Azerbaijan's Response and Impact on Tense Relations with Iran

Biden calls for calm as five officers charged with murder of Tyre Nichols

Biden calls for calm as five officers charged with murder of Tyre Nichols

Russia fires missiles on Ukraine after US and Germany pledged sending Ukraine modern tanks

Russia fires missiles on Ukraine after US and Germany pledged sending Ukraine modern tanks

Attack on Azerbaijani Embassy in Tehran

Attack on Azerbaijani Embassy in Tehran

Israeli aggressions in West Bank

Israeli aggressions in West Bank

Nigeria's Presidential Race: Candidates Battle for Votes and Solutions

Nigeria's Presidential Race: Candidates Battle for Votes and Solutions

UN: Myanmar's opium cultivation jumped 33% last year

UN: Myanmar's opium cultivation jumped 33% last year

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