What languages are spoken in Liberia?
More than two dozen languages are spoken in Liberia. English is the official language. Predominant languages include Kpelle, Bassa, Grebo, Dan, Kru, Mano, Loma, and Mandingo
What are the enemies and allies of Liberia?
That depends on what you mean with enemies and allies, and when. Traditionally, Liberia has felt closely connected to the US. However, when the Liberian Civil War started the US was not interested in getting involved. Liberia also has close ties to all its neighbours. Indeed, many of its tribes live in several countries. The state itself was founded as a response to the scramble for Africa with Britain acquiring a colony in Sierra Leone and France in the Ivory Coast . Liberia was feeling increasingly under attack-- and thus became its own state. The real enemies of Liberia have, however, come from the inside. While the actors of the Liberian war were supported from outside the country, it was still (generally-speaking) Liberians, who killed Liberians.
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