Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Migrants Trapped in the Midst of Irregular Migration Suffer Psychologically

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By: Adama Sanneh Migrants in the middle of their irregular migration journey say they are psychologically traumatized in their efforts to reach Europe. Many migrants hoping to go...

H.E Dr Fatou Bensouda Graced Oasis Project Fund Raising – Taste of Gambia’s Dinner...

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The Oasis Project - The Gambia, a charity initiated by MK businesswoman Chris Hayter, collaborated with The Brasserie at MK College to offer a Gambian-themed meal for...

Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers

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Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers By Dawda Baldeh May 1st marks International Workers' Day, observed worldwide to honour the accomplishments of workers and to...

Palestine’s Mistake of Existence

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OPINION By Musa Touray Sandu Kuwonku It’s quite a misfortune to be the aggrieved party in a world that only romanticises the value of human life and displays indifference to...

China’s soaring economic ascendence defies singing doubters

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OPINION BY: Qian Feng Editor's note: As China is busy preparing for the annual two sessions of the National People's Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference...

Witness says Gambia’s ex-interior minister oversaw interrogation, torture

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By Mustapha K Darboe with New Narratives Bellinzona, Switzerland–Demba Dem, the fourth plaintiff in the crimes against humanity trial of Gambia’s former interior minister, Ousman Sonko, testified...

Victims of alleged Jammeh henchman Ousman Sonko welcome Swiss trial as Gambian govt faces...

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By Mustapha K. Darboe with New Narratives BANJUL, Gambia - In the 22-year rule of Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh, protests were rare. The few who attempted them...

Escalating Conflict in Gaza: Rising Death Toll (20,000) and Humanitarian Crisis

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By: Seringe ST Touray Israeli airstrikes in Gaza have pushed the Palestinian death toll toward 20,000, displacing nearly 2 million people. Recent bombings targeted homes, a refugee camp,...

Stories of rape and murders: Testimony of a ‘backway’ returnee

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TRIGGER WARNING: The following reading includes stories of rape, murder, and torture. Therefore, the content is disturbing and might be harmful or traumatising to some readers. If...

Amnesty International Exposes Western Double Standards in their Support for Ukraine and Silence on...

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By: Seringe ST Touray Amnesty International accuses Western governments of double standards in their support for Ukraine's defense against Russia while not similarly supporting Gaza against Israel's invasion. Agnès...

Hilda Baci Loses Her Guinness World Record for Longest Cooking Marathon

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By: Seringe ST Touray Hilda Baci has lost her Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon to Alan Fisher of Ireland. Fisher surpassed Hilda's record by over...

Israel-Hamas war: Injustice, disinformation and digital weaponization

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OPINION Co-authored by Alieu Fatty, Student at the Ahmadiyya International University Ghana and Musa Bah, Vice President, Writers’ Association of The Gambia Last week, the world saw one of...

Urgent Calls for International Intervention as Israel-Palestine Conflict Reaches Breaking Point

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By Seringe ST Touray As tensions escalate in the Israel-Palestine conflict, the fifth day of confrontations paints a grim picture of growing unrest in the region. Israel's Prime...

Dead or Missing Migrants in the Mediterranean Three Times Higher This Year, Says UN

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By: Seringe ST Touray This summer, the United Nations reported that the number of migrants who perished or went missing while attempting to cross the Mediterranean was three...

Nelson Mandela’s Granddaughter Has Died of Cancer at the Age of 43

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A family spokesperson disclosed in a statement on Tuesday, September 26, 2023, that Zoleka Mandela, the granddaughter of Nelson Mandela, has passed away at the age of...

After A Tense Political Tug-of-War, France Will Finally Withdraw From Niger

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By: Seringe ST Touray French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Sunday the imminent end of France's military presence in Niger and the recall of its ambassador from the...

At the UN General Assembly, Guinean Leader Defends Coups in Africa, Rejects Western Influence

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By: Seringe ST Touray Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, the interim president of Guinea following the 2021 coup, stated that recent coups in Africa are military attempts to rectify presidents'...

Ghana Leads Among African Nations with the Highest IMF Debt

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By: The Fatu Network Editorial Ghana continues to hold its position as the African country with the highest level of debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Based on...

French Ambassador to Niger Held “Hostage” by the Military Junta, Says Macron

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By: Sainabou Gassama President Emmanuel Macron alleged on Friday that the French ambassador to Niger is effectively trapped within the French embassy, dependent on military rations, and accused...

The Flood Disaster in Libya: 11,000 Confirmed Deaths Due to Dam Failures

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By: The Fatu Network Editorial Libya's chief prosecutor is set to launch an investigation into the tragic collapse of two dams located in the eastern port city of...