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  2. List of newspapers in the Gambia - Wikipedia

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

  3. The Independent (Gambia) - Wikipedia

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

  4. The Gambia - Wikipedia

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    The Gambia (1965–1970) 1989: Senegambia Confederation The Gambia[6](/ˈɡæmbiə/ ), officially the Republic of The Gambia, is a country in West Africa. It is the smallest country within mainland Africa[7]and is surrounded by Senegal, except for its western coast on the Atlantic Ocean.

  5. People's Progressive Party (The Gambia) - Wikipedia

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    Omar Jallow, former leader of the PPP (2001-2018). Jawara died on August 27, 2019 at 95 years old. Omar A. Jallow Omar A. Jallow succeeded Jawara as leader of the People's Progressive Party. He was a member of Dawda Jawara's cabinet up until the 1994 coup d'état, when he was arrested.

  6. Gambia–India relations - Wikipedia

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    India is the second largest destination for The Gambia's exports, and fourth largest source of its imports. Bilateral trade between The Gambia and India totaled US$90.90 million in 2015–16, declining by 17.08% from the previous fiscal year. India exported $59.54 million worth of goods to The Gambia, and imported $31.35 million.

  7. Pa Nderry Mbai - Wikipedia

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    Pa Nderry M'Bai (died 22 November 2021) was a Gambian American journalist based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mr. M'Bai was most notable for being the Founding Managing Editor, and Publisher of the US based online news website, Freedom Newspaper.

  8. Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow - Wikipedia

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    Bah-Barrow is the daughter of businessman Abdoulie Bah and his wife, Isatou Jallow. She is a member of the Fula people. She grew up with two siblings in Basse and attended St. George's School. After graduating from high school, she moved to Banjul. On March 20, 1997, she married Adama Barrow, who has been President of The Gambia since January 2017.

  9. Essa M. Faal - Wikipedia

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    Essa M. Faal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 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.