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Emerging from dictatorship, a movement against Chinese fishing investments gains momentum in Gambia... [Read More]
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Noon briefing by Farhan Haq , Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General... [Read More]
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Acts from China, Gambia and Ecuador converge at the Cedar for the 10th annual Global Roots Fest. [Read More]
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Noon briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General. [Read More]
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Gambian President Adama Barrow told Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday that his country's previous ties with self-ruled Taiwan had been a "huge mistake", and he thanked China for all the help it had given subsequently, China said. [Read More]
CHINA-AFRICA/GAMBIA (PIX):Gambia president tells China previous Taiwan ties a... [Read More]
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Isatou Ceesay runs a project in The Gambia which recycles plastic waste to create fashion. [Read More]
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Everything was in place for a young woman from a poor family in Gambia to come to the U.S. to get a college education. But she can't get a visa. [Read More]
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We investigate why some in The Gambia have returned home to discourage others from an attempt at life in Europe. [Read More]
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Professional soccer players are coming to the area.Members of North Carolina FC will hold a skills clinic at Ennis Park on Sept. 9 as part of a fundraiser for the local non-profit BundasKids.The event, Ballers For BundasKids, will take place from 1-6 p.m. and is open to youth ages 5-16 of any skill level.Kimberlea Bauer, founder of BundasKids, said she is excited about the opportunity to bring professional players to an area that hasn't had such an event.Wulito Fernandes, Peabo Doue, Cameron Steele and Nelson Blanco are among the players expected to attend the clinic. NCFC head assistant coach... [Read More]
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Malaysian energy company PETRONAS is funding 80 percent of the costs to drill into an emerging oil basin off the coast of Gambia, a project developer stated. [Read More]
Vietnam, Japan, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Congo, Nigeria, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Gambia and other countries: the crowd in the Randolph C. Watson Library Thursday gathered there from all …... [Read More]
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FAR Ltd., a company focused on West Africa, said it plans to drill into a basin off the coast of Gambia that could hold hundreds of millions of barrels of oil. [Read More]
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In The Gambia, this year's Hajj or the annual pilgrimage to Mecca by Muslims has been overshadowed by controversy over a financial donation to Gambian pilgrims. In the third of a five-part series on the Hajj, Sheriff Bojang Jr reports from Banjul. [Read More]
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Yahya Jammeh ruled the West African nation for 22 years. Gambians made sure his reign came to an end by protesting injustices and pushing young people to vote. [Read More]
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A cloud of brown dust rises from the groundnut de-shelling machine at the Arafat Workshop agro-processing business in The Gambia. The workers are covered with a fine layer of powder as the decortication machine spits out the remnants of the nuts'... [Read More]
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Almost half the world's agricultural workers are women, yet they own less land than men. Farmer Awa Jagne speaks about how access to land has changed her life. [Read More]
Dos chicos de 13 años admitieron haberle disparado balas de fogueo a un inmigrante gambiano, informó la policía de Toscana. [Read More]
Dos chicos de 13 años admitieron haberle disparado balas de fogueo a un inmigrante gambiano, informó la policía de Toscana. La agencia de noticias ANSA informó el jueves que los menores admitieron su responsabilidad en el ataque del 2 de agosto en Pistoia, pero aseguraron que solo estaban bromeando. El subjefe de policía Gianpaolo Patruno dijo a Sky TG24 que la policía y los tribunales de menores estaban verificando si el ataque tuvo una motivación racial, algo que ellos negaron. Fue uno de varios ataques contra inmigrantes que están siendo investigados como posibles actos de racismo... [Read More]
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Coming off more than two decades of authoritarian rule, roughly three-fourths of Gambians approve of new President Adama Barrow's leadership and express confidence in the election process, a new Gallup poll finds. The poll was released Tuesday. Barrow took office in January 2017, a month after he was elected to succeed Yahya Jammeh. The former president – who had led Gambia since 1994, including the first two years as head of a military ruling council – left under pressure from the regional Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and now lives in exile in... [Read More]
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