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  2. List of newspapers in the Gambia - Wikipedia

    This is a list of newspapers currently published in The Gambia. [1] [2] Contents 1 Daily 2 Biweekly 3 News websites 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Daily [ edit] The Daily Observer The Point Biweekly [ edit] Foroyaa News websites [ edit] Freedom Newspaper – online The Standard – online The Daily News – online See also [ edit]

  3. The Independent (Gambia) - Wikipedia

    The Independent was a biweekly newspaper published in Banjul, the Gambia. [1] The paper was started in July 1999 with 25 staffers and freelance reporters, [2] but after multiple raids, acts of arbitrary arrest and detention, and unsolved acts of arson, The Independent ceased publication in March 2006. [2] History of government harassment [ edit]

  4. Gambia–India relations - Wikipedia–India_relations

    The Gambia–India relations refers to the international relations that exist between The Gambia and India. The Gambia maintains a High Commission in New Delhi. [1] The Embassy of India in Dakar, Senegal is concurrently accredited to The Gambia, the only Anglophone country accredited to that mission.

  5. Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow - Wikipedia

    Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, also spelled Fatoumata, (born August 5, 1974 Banjul) is the first wife of Gambian President Adama Barrow and the First Lady of the Gambia since 2017. Education and profession [ edit] Bah-Barrow is the daughter of businessman Abdoulie Bah and his wife, Isatou Jallow. She is a member of the Fula people. [1]

  6. List of newspapers in Ghana - Wikipedia

    state-owned; along with the Mirror, the most widely read newspaper in Ghana Daily Guide: private Daily Statesman: private The Dispatch: private The Entrepreneur Newspaper: private, bi-monthly The Evening News: state-owned The Finder Newspaper: news from Ghana and Africa, politics, entertainment, world, health, business and sports Today Newspaper

  7. Haddy Dandeh-Jabbie - Wikipedia

    Haddy Dandeh-Jabbie also known as Haddy Dandeh is a Gambian women's rights activist, public speaker and lawyer who is well known for advocating for the women and children rights in Gambia. [1] She currently serves as the President of the Female Lawyers Association of the Gambia (FLAG). [2] [3] Career [ edit]

  8. Essa M. Faal - Wikipedia

    Essa M. Faal - Wikipedia Essa M. Faal Essa Mbye Faal (born 13 March 1966) is a Gambian international lawyer who is a defence counsel at the International Criminal Court (ICC) and a senior partner at Faal and Co. Faal led the prosecution in the Darfur investigations and as a lead defence counsel for a number of other cases.