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Gambia Announces Stiff Measures Amidst Rise in Covid 19 Infections

The Government of The Gambia today announced it is enforcing social distancing and compulsory face mask wearing regulations, starting this Saturday, 17th July 2021. In a statement released

African Development Bank Group Urges African nations to Private Sector Financing for Tertiary Education

Experts attending an African Development Bank dialogue in Kenya have urged African nations to intensify efforts to attract private-sector financing to enhance tertiary education and equip the continent’s

Sonko Not Free Of Rape Charges

By Sanna camara Lawyer for Binta Jamba, Ms Annina Mullis the allegations of multiple charges of rape against Ousman Sonko by her client, together with another victim that

Gambia Media Landscape Still Problematic – local union decries

The Gambia Press Union, in marking the World Press Freedom Day this year, described media landscape in the country as one that is still a ‘problematic situation’. This

Sonko’s lawyer Appeals Against Conviction

By Sanna Camara in Zurich, Switzerland Phillipe Currat, the defense lawyer for Ousman Sonko in Switzerland has filed an appeal against the conviction of the criminal division of

Swiss court convicts former Interior Minister for crimes against humanity, including torture of two journalists

A court in Switzerland has convicted a Gambian former top official for crimes against humanity and has sentenced him to 20 years in prison. Reporters Without Borders (RSF)

Justice Diary of not just any day

By Federico Franchini, Lamoné, Switzerland The former Gambian Minister of Interior, Ousman Sonko, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity. A historic sentence

The Man Who Cracked The Kunta Kinteh Code: Enter Kebba Kanyi Fofana

By Dembo Fatty Many Gambians believe that the story of or the name of Kunta Kinteh was advanced by Alex Hayley in his book titled Roots. What was

Sonko’s Conviction Emboldens Victims

By Sanna Camara in Switzerland Musa Saidykhan, a plaintiff in the trial against Ousman Sonko in Switzerland has reacted that the conviction handed by the Federal Criminal Court

Today is D-Day For Ousman Sonko

BY Sanna Camara in Switzerland The Federal Criminal Court of Switzerland, sitting in the Ticino region of Bellinzona, will today pass the verdict on the seven years’ case

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