Hissène Habré Appeal Ruling Closes Dark Chapter For Victims

[AI London] Following today’s Extraordinary African Chambers appeal judgment in Senegal upholding the conviction of the former Chadian President Hissène Habré for war crimes, crimes against humanity and torture, and the sentence of life imprisonment, but acquitting him of rape, Amnesty International’s Erica Bussey said:

[AI London] Following today's Extraordinary African Chambers appeal judgment in Senegal upholding the conviction of the former Chadian President Hissène Habré for war crimes, crimes against humanity and torture, and the sentence of life imprisonment, but acquitting him of rape, Amnesty International's Erica Bussey said:

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

YCFAC Health Fair to Help Gambia Achieve EHCS – YCFAC Cofounder

[Daily Observer] A co-founder of Your Change For a Change (YCFaC), has revealed that the youth-led organisation’s yearly health fair would no doubt help them to achieve an Excellent Health Care System (EHCS) in The Gambia.

[Daily Observer] A co-founder of Your Change For a Change (YCFaC), has revealed that the youth-led organisation's yearly health fair would no doubt help them to achieve an Excellent Health Care System (EHCS) in The Gambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Magistrate Denies Bail to Alleged Attempted Felon

[Daily Observer] Magistrate A.R. Bah of the Brikama Magistrates’ Court, Wednesday denied one Alieu Komma bail, following a prosecution application for the court to refuse admitting him on bail.

[Daily Observer] Magistrate A.R. Bah of the Brikama Magistrates' Court, Wednesday denied one Alieu Komma bail, following a prosecution application for the court to refuse admitting him on bail.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

WCRFA Elective Congress Is Sunday

[Daily Observer] The West Coast Regional Football Association (WCRFA) Elective Congress is slated for next Sunday, 30th April at the Governor’s Office in Brikama.

[Daily Observer] The West Coast Regional Football Association (WCRFA) Elective Congress is slated for next Sunday, 30th April at the Governor's Office in Brikama.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

We Are Constrained By Vehicle Shortage State Tells Court in Ex-Nala Official Trial

[Daily Observer] Lawyer L. Jarju, the led state counsel in the alleged criminal trial of Kevin Aghedo, a former program coordinator of the National Agency for Legal Aid (NALA) and Joseph Furu Gomez, a businessman in Basse has told Principal Magistrate …

[Daily Observer] Lawyer L. Jarju, the led state counsel in the alleged criminal trial of Kevin Aghedo, a former program coordinator of the National Agency for Legal Aid (NALA) and Joseph Furu Gomez, a businessman in Basse has told Principal Magistrate Isatou Janneh-Njie at the Banjul Magistrates' Court that they are faced with vehicle shortage at the Attorney General's Chambers which led to his late arrival in court.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

I Did Not Discover the Alleged Cocaine – I Was Told Where It Was Hidden

[Daily Observer] Deputy Police Commissioner of Banjul Division has revealed to a Banjul Magistrates’ Court that it was not him, personally, who discovered alleged cocaine from Abdoulie Darboe, Abdulatif Jabbi and Karamba Jammeh, but he was only told wh…

[Daily Observer] Deputy Police Commissioner of Banjul Division has revealed to a Banjul Magistrates' Court that it was not him, personally, who discovered alleged cocaine from Abdoulie Darboe, Abdulatif Jabbi and Karamba Jammeh, but he was only told where the alleged drugs were hidden.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Senegalese Opens Defence in Alleged Drug Trial

[Daily Observer] A Senegalese man who is facing drug possession charge before Magistrate Malafy Jarju at the Banjul Magistrates’ Court, Tuesday opened his defence as first defence witness in the case.

[Daily Observer] A Senegalese man who is facing drug possession charge before Magistrate Malafy Jarju at the Banjul Magistrates' Court, Tuesday opened his defence as first defence witness in the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GNOC 1st VP Appointed in Four IOC Commissions

[Daily Observer] The Gambia National Olympic Committee’s (GNOC) first vice president Miss Beatrice Allen, has been appointed in four International Olympic Committees (IOC) 2017 commissions.

[Daily Observer] The Gambia National Olympic Committee's (GNOC) first vice president Miss Beatrice Allen, has been appointed in four International Olympic Committees (IOC) 2017 commissions.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Insurance Stakeholders’ Forum Wraps Up in Banjul

[Daily Observer] The 39th annual general meeting and educational conference of WAICA, which brought together about 200 insurance professionals from across West Africa, ended on Tuesday in Banjul.

[Daily Observer] The 39th annual general meeting and educational conference of WAICA, which brought together about 200 insurance professionals from across West Africa, ended on Tuesday in Banjul.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Lawyer Darboe Urges New Nams to Scrutinize Executive With Vigilance

[Daily Observer] The secretary general of the United Democratic Party (UDP) has urged the new Parliamentarians to scrutinize the executive with vigilance and competency, tempered by positivism and a mission for cooperation and united action.

[Daily Observer] The secretary general of the United Democratic Party (UDP) has urged the new Parliamentarians to scrutinize the executive with vigilance and competency, tempered by positivism and a mission for cooperation and united action.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia