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  • Emigrantes e população ajudam a construir hospital em Bigene

    news Abola, 22 Dec 2016 (3 years ago )
    A população e «filhos» da vila de Bigene residentes fora da Guiné-Bissau estão a contribuir para a construção de um hospital na localidade e que vai servir cerca de 160 mil pessoas no norte do país. Ibu Camará, presidente da Afaibu (Associação de Filhos e Amigos de Bigene) disse à agência Lusa que...
  • United Nations Must Continue Supporting West Africa’s Efforts to Uphold Gambia Election Results, Special Representative Tells Security Counc...

    news United Nations, 13 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    SECURITY COUNCIL 7862ND MEETING (AM) SC/12681 Amid a “rising tide of democracy” across the African continent, the United Nations must continue to support regional efforts to ensure that the Gambia’s recent election results were upheld, stressed the Organization’s senior official in West Africa...
  • Gambie: Yahya Jammeh reste campé sur ses positions

    news RFI, 16 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    Par RFI Publié le 16-01-2017 Modifié le 16-01-2017 à 08:02 Comme à son habitude, c’est vers 22 heures que l’allocution de Yahya Jammeh a été diffusée à la télévision nationale. Tout en restant ferme sur ses différentes positions, il appelle au respect de la Constitution gambienne et confirme avoi...
  • Briefing to the Security Council on the Report of the Secretary-General on the Activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and t...

    news UNOWAS, 13 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    1 July – 31 December 2016 By Mohamed Ibn Chambas Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNOWAS New York, 13 January 2017 Monsieur le Président, Distingués membres du Conseil, 1. C’est un honneur pour moi de me retrouver devant cette auguste assemblée, pou...
  • Gambian president declares state of emergency before opponent sworn in

    news The Guardian, 17 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    Yahya Jammeh is attempting to cling to power after refusing to accept election that saw him lose to Adama Barrow, who is due to be inaugurated on Thursday The president of The Gambia has declared a state of emergency in the west African country two days before he is due to leave office. The de...
  • Gambians flee to Senegal fearing war over Barrow inauguration

    news The Irish Times, 16 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    Dictator Yahya Jammeh lost elections but may not concede presidency on Thursday Mon, Jan 16, 2017, 17:03 Updated: Mon, Jan 16, 2017, 17:23 Business is booming at Bundung bus station. Men, women and children pile into a battered minibus, while suitcases, flour sacks and a bicycle are hurriedly ...
  • Why I Declared A State Of Emergency In Gambia

    news Jollofnews, 17 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    by JOLLOF MEDIA NETWORK (JollofNews) – I, Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya AJJ Jammeh Babili Mansa, President of the Islamic Republic of the Gambia and Commander-in -Chief of the Armed Forces, acting under the provisions of section 34 (1) (b) of the constitution of the Islamic Republic of the Gam...
  • Gambia Shudders as Defeated Leader Tightens Grip Before Inauguration

    news The New York Times, 18 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    By JAIME YAYA BARRY and DIONNE SEARCEYJAN. 18, 2017 BANJUL, Gambia — President Yahya Jammeh once predicted that his rule could last a billion years. Now, the fate of his nation is hanging on one more anxiety-filled day. After acknowledging defeat in an election last month, Mr. Jammeh abrupt...
  • Could Adama Barrow be sworn in outside The Gambia?

    news Africanews, 18 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    Adama Barrow, Gambia’s president-elect is due to be sworn in on Thursday January 19, 2017 but it is becoming increasingly clear that the event may not come on. Gambia is currently under a 3 month (90 day) state of emergency imposed by President Yahya Jammeh after a legislative vote to that effect...
  • Gambia Prepares For Showdown As Foreign Troops Threaten Intervention

    news NPR, 18 Jan 2017 (3 years ago )
    In a few hours, longtime Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh's presidential term will expire. But he is clinging to power as troops from regional powers reportedly amass at the border. International and regional powers are demanding that Jammeh step down and make way for his rival, businessman Adama Barr...