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(JollofNews) – Reports from Libya say at least 30 African migrants including Gambians, serving various jail terms in the Libyan town of Zawia have escaped from prison. ...

(JollofNews) – Despite efforts in combating street begging in Senegal, child beggars are increasingly visible on the streets of Dakar and other cities and towns of the West African state. ...

(JollofNews) – A group of Gambian diplomats fleeced the taxpayer out of nearly £5million by importing 32 tonnes of tobacco which they pretended was for personal use, a court has heard. ...

(JollofNews) – The number of Gambians currently kidnapped in Libya’s third city of Sab’ha, in the absence of official statistics, is difficult to ascertain but according to unofficial sources, it’s...

(JollofNews) – The Gambian authorities must heed a warning from the international community about the deteriorating human rights situation in the country, Amnesty International says. ...

(JollofNews) – Fatou Jaw Manneh is a refugee, currently living in Arizona, USA. She has lived in America for more than 10 years. During her early years, she worked as a journalist in her home Country...

(JollofNews) – The UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group will tomorrow start examining the human rights record of the Gambia under the APRC regime of President Yahya...

(JollofNews) – An exiled Gambian journalist who was in 2008 given a four-year jail term with hard labour for criticising the APRC regime of President Yahya Jammeh has spoken out about her arrest, detention...

(JollofNews) – The Gambia government has denied reports that a large percentage of its people are in poverty and urgent need of food assistance. ...

(JollofNews) – Esteemed readers and colleagues, it’s been over a week now that The Gambia Echo is continuously on and off line due to technical matters way beyond the scope of our management. ...