UN Peacekeeper Killed By Militias in Central African Republic

[Focac] Rabat -A Moroccan peacekeeper has been killed and three others injured in an ambush in the southern city of Bangassou in Central African Republic, local media reported on Monday.

[Focac] Rabat -A Moroccan peacekeeper has been killed and three others injured in an ambush in the southern city of Bangassou in Central African Republic, local media reported on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic

Funding Issues Limits Volleyball National Team – Decries Gbvf Boss

[Foroyaa] Gambia Volleyball Federation acting President Bai Dodou Jallow says lack of funding has rendered the country’s volleyball national team unable to compete internationally.

[Foroyaa] Gambia Volleyball Federation acting President Bai Dodou Jallow says lack of funding has rendered the country's volleyball national team unable to compete internationally.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Farmers Express Delight, but Call for Government’s Intervention

[Foroyaa] After a week long drought, Farmers’ hopes start gaining momentum and revival as rains are coming. Foroyaa sounded the views of some farmers and these are what they had to share with the paper.

[Foroyaa] After a week long drought, Farmers' hopes start gaining momentum and revival as rains are coming. Foroyaa sounded the views of some farmers and these are what they had to share with the paper.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

KMC and Manjai/Bakoteh Dialogue Stalled

[Foroyaa] The dialogue between the Kanifing Municipality Council (KMC) and the communities of Manjai and Bakoteh which enticed hope of resolving the problems of the Bakoteh Dumpsite has stalled.

[Foroyaa] The dialogue between the Kanifing Municipality Council (KMC) and the communities of Manjai and Bakoteh which enticed hope of resolving the problems of the Bakoteh Dumpsite has stalled.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Near Blows At SESDO Aborted Congress

[Foroyaa] A Mike Tyson-Holyfied moment nearly ensued at the Serekunda East Sports Development Organization’s (SESDO) Congress as delegates almost came to blows in bitter disagreement after parliament’s select sports committee ordered for postponement o…

[Foroyaa] A Mike Tyson-Holyfied moment nearly ensued at the Serekunda East Sports Development Organization's (SESDO) Congress as delegates almost came to blows in bitter disagreement after parliament's select sports committee ordered for postponement of the gathering.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

All Eyes On the Presidency

[Foroyaa] On 19 January 2017 President Barrow assumed office. On 6 April 2017 Gambians went to the polls to elect members of the National Assembly. The National Assembly has had two sessions.

[Foroyaa] On 19 January 2017 President Barrow assumed office. On 6 April 2017 Gambians went to the polls to elect members of the National Assembly. The National Assembly has had two sessions.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia