The government of Liberia submits a bill to the Parliament which would allow the seizure of the assets of former President Charles G. Taylor, his relatives and associates.
- Liberian crisis: President Charles Taylor resigns as Nigerian peacekeepers entered Liberia. Taylor names his vice president, Moses Blah, as his successor. Peacekeepers intercepted an arms shipment to Liberia from Libya. Taylor, who is indicted for war crimes, indicates that he will seek political asylum in Nigeria.
- Voters in Liberia go to the polls for the second round of a presidential election, with the incumbent President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, likely to be re-elected.
- The Norwegian Nobel Committee announce the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, with the prize being shared between the President of Liberia Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Liberian activist Leymah Gbowee and Yemeni women's rights activist Tawakkul Karman.
- Voters in Liberia go to the polls for a general election with current President and recent Nobel Peace Prize laureate Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf facing a tight race.
- The lawyer for former Liberian President Charles Taylor walks out of court protesting that his client's rights to a fair trial had been abused.
- Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf dissolves her cabinet.
- Actress Mia Farrow gives evidence in the trial of former President of Liberia Charles Taylor before the United Nations Special Court for Sierra Leone.
- Prosecutors begin cross examining former Liberian President Charles Taylor at his war crimes trial.
- Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's spokesman calls "surprising" a call by the country's truth commission that she be barred from office.
- Former Liberian President Charles Taylor takes the stand in his own defence at his trial.