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Police in the Gambia have strongly denied having a role in the rumoured death of an unnamed mother and her new born baby during last week’s riots in Brikama. On Wednesday officers were deployed...

A group of gun-wielding men seen shooting rubber bullets and teargas at unarmed protesters in Serrekunda and Bakoteh are officers of the Gambia’s Police Criminal Investigation, a police spokesman...

The Gambia is taking action on climate change adaptation, addressing its vulnerability to flood disaster risks by establishing a state-of-the-art, end-to-end early warning system. UNESCO is providing...

About six members of former President Yahya Jammeh’s hit squad, The Jungulars, who are currently held for months without charged are being considered for release, the country’s Justice minister...

An estimated 89000 people in the Gambia will be in need of food assistance between this June and August due to the drop in 2018 production of groundnuts, the major cash crop, a regional study has revealed. According...

  Nine death row prisoners who were executed in the Gambia in August 2012 were suffocated with plastic bags before their bodies were dumped in a disused well, a member of former President Yahya Jammeh’s...

Gambian authorities have revealed the true scale of damages caused in today’s standoff with angry youths. Thousands of youths today set up barricades and set tyres on fire in protest at the death...

  (AFP) – Gambia’s former president Yahya Jammeh ordered the massacre of some 30 migrants he said were “mercenaries” sent to topple him in 2005, a member of the former strongman’s...

Gambia’s Inspector General of Police is reaching out to a group of angry youths who have stormed a local police station to demand answers about the death of a local shop owner. Ousman Darboe, is...

The last time Lawyer Ousman Sillah was wearing a robe and wig, he was in front of a judge at the Banjul High Court defending Baba Kajali Jobe, a closed associate of President Yahya Jammeh who was charged...