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The Gambia May Beat America to Ending the Death Penalty
No one warned ThankGod Ebhos that he was going to die that night, but he knew without words. For 19 years, as he suffered on death row in Nigeria's notorious Benin Prison for the crime of armed robbery, Ebhos had waited for this moment. So when the sound of his cell door opening awoke him from a res
Gambia Gets $1.7 Billion in Funding Pledges to Reform Economy
International donors committed 1.45 billion euros ($1.7 billion) over three years to Gambia to help the West African nation’s new government revive the economy and strengthen democratic institutions.The donations, pledged at a conference co-hosted by the European Union, included funds from the Afric
Francisa Ordega and Desire Oparanozie get Nigeria call-up for Gambia clash
The Super Falcons will be hoping to reach the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations billed for Ghana, but they must negotiate their way past the Scorpions in the qualifying fixture. And to make qualification easy, coach Thomas Dennerby has invited the players abroad for the clash against the west African
Gambia: Ex-President Tied to 2005 Murders of Ghanaian and Nigerian Migrants
– A paramilitary unit controlled by then-Gambianpresident Yahya Jammeh summarily executed more than 50 Ghanaian, Nigerian, and other West African migrants in July 2005, Human Rights Watch and TRIAL International said today.
The Gambia’s capital city Banjul elects first female mayor Rohey Malick Lowe
In the election Lowe beat another woman, Lizzie Eunson, a Banker by profession who was vying for the mayoral seat of the Banjul City Council, under an Independent ticket.
Corruption and looting of resources by African leaders, a bane to society
Prior to the removal of Yahya Abdul-Aziz Jammeh from power, the former Gambian leader reportedly had over 110 properties, several luxurious cars and a well oiled oppressive regime. The dictator, who had ruled and looted The Gambia from 1996 until 2017, ran away to Equatorial Guinea where he has been
The private jets and Rolls Royce of Gambia’s ex-dictator are being sold to pay the debt he left
According to the International Monetary Fund, the country’s debt stock isabout 130% of GDP as at the end of 2017and more than half of that is owed to international lenders. The numbers could be much worse when the books of state-owned enterprises are opened,says the IMF.
Gambian Warriors Fight for a Greener Future
On adumpsiteon the outskirts of the Gambian capital of Banjul, cows rummage through cardboard sheets, car parts and a lone toilet, searching for food. Smoke is all around and darkest in the corners filled with burning tires and plastics. Scavengers are not working the site, which is unusual for a Sa
Gambia selling ex-leader's luxury cars, planes amid mounting debt
Jammeh, who seized power in a 1994 coup, fled Gambia early last year as West African neighbours were poised for military intervention to topple him after he refused to step down following an election loss to current President Adama Barrow.
Rights groups seek prosecution of Gambian ex-leader in Ghana
BANJUL, Gambia –A survivor, families of the disappeared and human rights organizations are seeking the extradition and prosecution in Ghana of Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh for allegedly ordering the killing of more than 50 West African migrants in 2005.
Europe is paying to keep young Gambians from trying to cross the Mediterranean
So many young Gambiansrisked their livesto leave their country via the so-called“back way”that they arenow Europe’s second-largest diaspora, as a share of a home-country population of just 1.8 million. In 2016,11,929 Gambians arrived in Italy and Greece. At home, more than two decades of Yahya Jamme
US piles further sanctions on Iran-backed Hezbollah
A chief target of the new measures was Mohammad Ibrahim Bazzi, described by the US Treasury as a Hezbollah finance guru, and companies he controls in Belgium, Lebanon and the Gambia.
Oil-frontier Gambia needs support, Europe says - Breitbart
May 7 (UPI) — To strengthen political progress, the government in Gambia, an emerging West African oil hotspot, needs international support, the European Commission said.
African Ministers discuss innovative financing mechanisms to respond to climate change
Ministers of Finance, Agriculture and Governors of Central Banks from African countries have called for further innovative financing mechanisms to deal with the impact of climate change, which has led to economic losses from cycles, conflict, insecurity and cross-border political instability in the
Supporting community actions on disaster reduction from flooding along the Gambia River
Banjul, 6 – 12 May 2018 - The UNESCO Regional Office in Dakar will support the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) to organize a community and school outreach awareness raising program on flooding, in the riverine communities of Jarra Soma and Basse, in the Lower River Division of the Gambia,
Dolphin Dead on Gambian Beach Blamed on Pollution From Chinese Factory
A dolphin was found dead on a beach in Gungur, a coastal town in The Gambia, aggravating local concerns over pollution being dumped into the ocean by a Chinese fish processing factory,Africa News reportedSunday.
India to build convention centres in Africa, - Travelandtourworld.com
India’s state –owned has secured 20 billion rupees to build high-capacity convention centres across nine different African countries Niger, Uganda, Malawi, Zambia, Liberia, Gambia, Burkina Faso, Togo, Gabon.
Jordan clinches the title in the 2018 Aspire Embassies Futsal Tournament
The 2018 Aspire Embassies Futsal Tournament concluded on Friday following a thrilling final between the teams representing the Embassy of Jordan and Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which ended in a 7-1 win for the former. A team representing the Embassy of Sudan fought hard to claim third-place
Canada's longest serving immigration detainee appeals his five-year detention | The Star
Superior Court Justice Alfred O’Marra ruled in October that the federal government could continue to jail failed refugee claimant Ebrahim Toure, who had already spent more than four years in indefinite detention, because there was still a reasonable prospect he could be deported to his native Gambia
Vancouver family struggles after husband and father deported
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A Vancouver family is still reeling after immigration agents arrested the father, who had been living and working in the United States for 17 years, and took him from their home.Wilitha Jarju's husband, Gibril Jarju, came to the United States around 2000. He was a police offi