Gambians rally seeking ex-dictator’s trial for murder and rights abuses | AFP

Hundreds of Gambians march in the outskirts of the capital Banjul, demanding justice for sweeping rights abuses and murder they suffered under former dictator Yahya Jammeh’s 22-year rule.

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Thousands in Gambia rally in support of ex-dictator Jammeh | AFP

Thousands of supporters of Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh demonstrated Thursday on the outskirts of the capital Banjul, demanding his return from exile.

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Thousands in Gambia rally for ex-dictator’s return | AFP

Thousands of supporters of Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh demonstrate on the outskirts of the capital Banjul, demanding his return from exile. The protest comes days after the former autocrat was heard in a leaked audio recording insisting that the tiny West African state guarantee his right to return. IMAGES

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The Gambia’s tourism sector feels pressure after Thomas Cook collapse | AFP

As The Gambia’s tourist season begins, hotel owners are still trying to ‘cut down on losses’ after the bankruptcy of British tour operator Thomas Cook on 23 September 2019. The British holidaymaker was one of the largest tourist outfitters in the small West African country, with 45% of tourists entering The Gambia through Thomas Cook according to The Gambia’s government. Two emergency meetings have been organised by the government to find an emergency solution before the country’s touristic season begins in November. from hotel owners in Banjul

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Demonstration in Banjul, Gambia against sexual violence | AFP

People in Banjul, Gambia, mobilise to demonstrate against sexual violence after Human Rights Watch reported that former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh ‘handpicked’ women to sexually assault and abuse. The investigation, by HRW and a Swiss NGO, TRIAL international, is based on evidence from several women, eight former Gambian officials and several other witnesses, they said. IMAGES

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