Speaking on a local radio in Monrovia Monday, Madam Livingstone
said the cousin who allegedly burnt the victim has been jailed for the act while the little girl is undergoing treatment at the Catholic Hospital and is also due to travel for further treatment.
A court heard Livingstone
had already tried to meet a 14-year-old boy he befriended online after sending him a series of messages.
With 17 tour places - one more than usual - the hardhitting Livingstone
, James Vince and Gary Ballance are set to be the subject of much discussion when the selectors mull over thinlooking batting options.
West Indian Chanderpaul, who turned 43 earlier this month, narrowly missed out on his 77th career firstclass century but shared 202 in 49 overs with fifth-wicket partner Livingstone
has been suspended by Labour for "bringing the party into disrepute" following the row over his comments in a radio interview yesterday morning.
, confronted by the Evening Standard's Oliver Finegold in February 2005, asked him if he was a "German war criminal" before being told by the reporter he was Jewish and responding "you are just like a concentration camp guard" who was "just doing it 'cause you're paid to".
I think he might need some psychiatric help," said Mr Livingstone
Former London Mayor Mr Livingstone
claimed Labour MP Kevan Jones "should see his GP" after Mr Jones questioned whether he should be leading a review of Labour's defence policies.
It reads: "With the kindest remembrances of his much obliged and attached friend David Livingstone
qualified as a doctor and became a missionary despite working 14-hour days in a cotton factory from the age of 10.
The McConnell International Foundation have just unveiled the first winners of their Livingstone
None of them affected a country as profoundly, and as far beyond the realms of religion, as David Livingstone
did in Zambia, with the result that he is still revered there today.
With Adam Gell and Marty O'Riordan starting to settle in midfield they began to open the game up, spreading the game wide using full-backs Adam Livingstone
and James Fenwick as outlets.
Regardless of whether Livingstone
wins the office again, his very presence as Labour's candidate for mayor of the country's capital is a bad sign of the party's unwillingness to stand up for Jews.
LABOUR'S London mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone
has been condemned for comparing his battle to regain City Hall from Boris Johnson to the "great struggle between Churchill and Hitler".