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Yahya Jammeh

Coronavirus hits Senegalese troops deployed...

The majority of the troops in the Economic Community for the West African States (ECOWAS) force are from Senegal, which completely surrounds the tiny former...

Gambian exiled ex-president demands return...

Jammeh has hardly been heard from since fleeing to Equatorial Guinea.

Gambian truth panel starts hearing Jammeh...

President Adama Barrow has hailed the commission as a step towards national healing and a way to prosecute those responsible and offer some closure to...

US bars entry of ousted Gambian dictator...

Under a US law that bans foreign officials involved in "significant" corruption or human rights abuses, the State Department said it was blacklisting Jammeh...

Gambia rejoins Commonwealth under new president...

His predecessor Yahya Jammeh suddenly withdrew the impoverished west African nation in October that year, branding the group an "extension of colonialism"...

Gambians enjoy freedom post-Jammeh, but criticise...

"The country has debts of more than a billion US dollars (820 million euros), which is a staggering 120 percent of debt to GDP," he said.

Gambia spies plead not guilty to murder of...

The nine former leaders of the notorious National Intelligence Agency are accused of the murder of activist Solo Sandeng.

Gambia's 'broken' justice system struggles...

Silenced for 22 years, victims shot or tortured by Jammeh's security services are now speaking out, along with families whose loved ones have been pulled...

Gambia gets female parliament speaker

Mariam Jack Denton, the first woman to be called to the Gambian Bar, thanked President Adama Barrow, who ousted longtime leader Yahya Jammeh following...

Gambia set for first post-Jammeh election...

The landscape of Gambian politics could not have shifted more dramatically since the last legislative elections in 2012.

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