July 31, 2015
When one thinks of human rights in Africa, The Gambia might spring to mind as an example of a country with a domestic record...
Community0 Comments
July 22, 2015
Amnesty International’s regional director for West and Central Africa, Alioune Tine has reflected on what the 21st anniversary of Yaya Jammeh’s rise to power...
Interviews & Features0 Comments
July 24, 2015
Gambia’s criminal ruler, Yaya AJJ Jammeh, came to power through a military-backed overthrow on July 22nd 1994. Since then, he stationed himself as the...
Politics0 Comments
July 22, 2015
Today, July 22, 2015, is Yahya Jammeh’s twenty-first anniversary in power. To mark this day, the numerous Gambians murdered under the Jammeh regime are...
Current Affairs0 Comments

Playing

Gambia: Traffic police officer abuses child

Added on 25 March 2015

More Videos

  • Gambia: Traffic police officer abuses childGambia: Traffic police officer abuses child
  • Gambia: Sidia Bayo calls for Jammeh’s arrest
  • Gambian dictator Yahya Jammeh addressing the UN General Assembly
  • Gambia: ASN’s Washington DC Protest video #3

Video Playlist

July 22, 2015
Amnesty International’s regional director for West and Central Africa, Alioune Tine has reflected on what the 21st anniversary of Yaya Jammeh’s rise to power in Gambia means to him. Mr Tine’s reflections about the...
0 Comments
July 3, 2015
In 2006, Gambian security forces subjected journalist Musa Saidykhan to one of the cruellest, most inhuman and degrading forms of treatment simply for exercising his right to freedom of expression. But Musa refused to...
0 Comments
June 30, 2015
In our series of letters from African journalists, Ghanaian writer Elizabeth Ohene, a former government minister and member of the opposition, returns to one of her favourite subjects: Africa’s love of titles. I simply...
0 Comments
February 18, 2015
After I ran part 1 to 4 on whether the Minnesota Federal Courts will deliver justice in the trial of the trio (Papa Faal, Cherno Njie, and Alhagie Saidy Barrow), I wanted make the...
0 Comments
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...
0 Comments
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...
0 Comments