December 19, 2014
On Oct. 9, longtime Gambian President Yahya Jammeh quietly signed into law a new bill that carries a penalty of life imprisonment for “aggravated...
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December 3, 2014
Friends are few in number and relatives live an ocean away, but since moving from his native country, Gambia, Buya Jammeh has gained something...
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December 18, 2014
Every society and religion in Mankind history, since the existence of man, have recognized and accepted that if someone is privy to, and or...
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December 13, 2014
The Gambia, the smallest country on mainland Africa, has a reputation for being the “Smiling Coast of Africa,” thanks in part to its stunning...
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Gambia: Sidia Bayo calls for Jammeh’s arrest

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December 3, 2014
Friends are few in number and relatives live an ocean away, but since moving from his native country, Gambia, Buya Jammeh has gained something precious. “This is the land of liberty,” Mr. Jammeh, 32,...
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November 1, 2014
Kindness and weakness are never the same and will never be the same. Unfortunately, they are too often confused. It’s a known fact that there is always comes a time when each would need...
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Ousainou Mbenga
August 27, 2014
“We must all engage ourselves in the struggle for the common good; there are none with clean hands, no innocents, no spectators. We all dirty our hands in the mind of our minds. Every...
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Africa's Hell on Earth
July 19, 2014
I wandered tonight by accident into a lecture at the Rochambeau Library in Providence that offered a unique vision on life here in Rhode Island. While a poll conducted in April indicated that Rhode...
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Africa's Hell on Earth
May 29, 2014
December 16, 2004:  A group of reporters and editors of a popular Gambian newspaper were holding a small celebration in their Banjul office at the end of a busy day.  They had reason to...
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Omar Bah NPR interview
May 12, 2014
Omar Bah is a Gambian journalist who was tortured and declared ‘wanted’ for writing about corruption and injustice in Gambia. He is the author of the book, Africa’s Hell on Earth: We’ve all heard...
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