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Gambians get behind a movement to Barrow to his word

The constitution puts him on fairly firm ground but citizens of post-dictatorship Gambia are determined to hold their leader to account

Bank at heart of Gambian tyranny

An investigation reveals that a key Belgian institution is again involved in money-laundering

Enough is enough: Gambians put faith in democracy after ousting Yahya Jammeh at polls

Jammeh had tightened his hold on power with the help of the National Intelligence Agency, which protects state security by conducting covert probes.

Gambia holds local government elections amid boycott

Voting in local government elections has begun but more than half of the ruling party's seats will go unchallenged due to an opposition boycott.

Gambians go marbles for Jammeh as president

Friend of Jermaine Jackson, mystic who 'cures' Aids and autocratic leader of winter sun destination, Yahya Jammeh expected to win again.

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