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President Adama Barrow of the Gambia Wednesday commissioned a presidential inquiry to independently look into the circumstances that led to the death of three civilians in Faraba Banta. The membership...

The verbal and physical attacks meted out to journalist Pa Modou Bojang by personnel of the Police Intervention Unit (PIU) while he was doing his media work in the wake of the Faraba incident calls for...

I wish to extend my heartfelt prayers and condolences to the victims and the families of Faraba Banta protesters who were cowardly killed and injured when they peacefully gathered to express grievances...

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliate the Gambian Press Union (GPU) in condemning these acts of violence and intimidation and ask for an immediate investigation.  Journalist...

A young Gambian man who was injured during Monday’s violent protest in Faraba Banta Village, Kombo East District, has died of his wounds. Amadou Jallow also known locally as Amadou Nyang, died on...

To mourn the death of our citizens in Faraba and to protest at police brutality and Government negligence and incompetence, I will dress up in my ‘Gambia Has Decided’ T-shirt from tomorrow. The time...

President Adama Barrow: “Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”  There comes a time when the rhetoric must stop...

We do not seem to be learning much from history. Or are we? Bad or illegal order is still bad or illegal no matter who issues it. Anyone who carries out that illegality is as culpable as one who gives...

The Gambian authorities should thoroughly investigate the alleged excessive use of force by police causing the deaths of two anti-sand mining demonstrators on June 18, 2018, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty...

“All men are born free and equal but are found everywhere in chains”. These are the words of Jean Jack Rousseau, a French scholar and political writer with a very humble beginning and an interesting...