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 The Government of the Gambia has called on the Libyan Government to investigate recent media reports about the sale of migrants as slaves in the North African country. The Gambian Ministry of Foreign...

The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) has expressed dismay at a recent media report about the sale of African migrants as slaves in the North African nation of Libya. West African...

(JollofNews) – Child right advocates in The Gambia has condemned a video purportedly filmed by an adult showing a minor insulting the country’s former president Yahya Jammeh. In the video circulated...

(JollofNews) – State prosecutors in the Gambia Friday filed treason charges against a group of ‘mutinous’ soldiers accused of engaging in mutinous, defamatory, scandalous and unethical...

(JollofNews)- The curtains closed Wednesday on the 61st Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACPHR) which was held from 1st- 15 November, 2017 at Kairaba Beach...

(JollofNews) – The Gambia Press Union (GPU) has welcomed the government’s decision to comply with the ECOWAS Community Court ruling on the cases of journalists Musa Saidykhan, Deyda Hydara...

(JollofNews) – Barely three weeks after an international campaign was launched in Banjul to bring ex-Gambian dictator and his acolytes to justice, pressure continues to mount on Gambian authorities...

(JollofNews) – Gambia’s Chief Justice Hssan B. Jallow has urged newly appointed judges to do their best in ensuring quality delivery of justice as the country’s judiciary is taking a...

(JollofNews) – The failures of bungling Gambian police have resulted in the acquittal and discharge of a man accused of attempting to rape a one-year old toddler. Modou Lamin Jammeh was arrested...

(JollofNews) – Barely 24 hours after an investigative journalist was subjected to an ‘assault’ by ECOMIG forces, the Secretary General of Gambia Press Union (GPU) Saikou Jammeh has expressed...