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Former Police Chief Landing Kinteh Friday testified before the commission of inquiry  probing into circumstances surrounding Faraba Banta bloody demonstration. The police crackdown on peaceful protesters...

The allegations from President Adama Barrow against some journalists demanding money in exchange for paying positive new coverage are not just disappointing, they’re worrying. Many young idealists...

Tributes are pouring in on the social networking site Facebook to Aja Asombi Bojang, mother of Gambia’s former president Yahya Jammeh, who died on Friday. Ms Bojang is reported to have passed away in...

The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA), the Centre for Human Rights – University of Pretoria (CHR), and the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) have sued the United Republic...

FIRST HYPOCRITE: (In concert with other hypocrites at hand clapping) Barrow! The zenith of our hope! The druid of Mankaman Kunda! The vertex of the round table! The diaspora is spent–and now with...

Criticism of government is as old as politics itself, and it’s not done to dishonor the leaders but to challenge them to deliver as they promised. It’s only in the Gambia that reminding a government...

A seven-man delegation from the privately owned Guangdong New South Group Company Limited in Beijing, China, Thursdays arrived in the Gambia to establish cooperation with a view to eradicating malaria...

Greenpeace Africa has today handed over a petition to the Agricultural Committee of the Machakos County Assembly. The petition comes after a policy dialogue that was aimed at strengthening interactions...

The European Union ambassador to Gambia, Attila Lajos, Wednesday announced the implementation of two major projects targeting migrants and young Gambians exploring ways to better their lives and attempting...

When a part of society is hurting, and another part is not listening, then a few individuals can play leader/hero and build walls. Leadership and heroism are not to be found in those who lead the masses...