The Changing Face of the National Assembly

[Foroyaa] The Gambian people would have been glued to their National Radio and Television if the National broadcaster was broadcasting the proceedings at the National Assembly at their moment of happening.

[Foroyaa] The Gambian people would have been glued to their National Radio and Television if the National broadcaster was broadcasting the proceedings at the National Assembly at their moment of happening.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Court Martial – ‘Second Accused Person Was Tortured’ – Lawyer Jobe

[Foroyaa] Sherrif Kumba Jobe, the lawyer for 12 soldiers facing trial on nine counts involving treason, yesterday told the Court-Martial that the second accused person, Lieutenant Abdoulie Jarju was tortured in the cause of obtaining cautionary stateme…

[Foroyaa] Sherrif Kumba Jobe, the lawyer for 12 soldiers facing trial on nine counts involving treason, yesterday told the Court-Martial that the second accused person, Lieutenant Abdoulie Jarju was tortured in the cause of obtaining cautionary statements from him.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Appoint New Elections Boss Now, Urges Poll Watchdog

[New Zimbabwe] The government should immediately appointment a new chairperson for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) following the resignation of Rita Makarau, a local poll watchdog has said.

[New Zimbabwe] The government should immediately appointment a new chairperson for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) following the resignation of Rita Makarau, a local poll watchdog has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Huge Cannabis Haul in East Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] East Darfur -The director of the technical department of Sudan’s anti-drug force, Col. Najmeldin Abdelrahim, has revealed that 3,000 drug dealers have been sentenced to life imprisonment and tens of thousands of cannabis cobs are being …

[Radio Dabanga] East Darfur -The director of the technical department of Sudan's anti-drug force, Col. Najmeldin Abdelrahim, has revealed that 3,000 drug dealers have been sentenced to life imprisonment and tens of thousands of cannabis cobs are being seized every day.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Drugs, Weapons Charges Against Omdurman Hairdresser Quashed

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -The Ministry of Interior has dropped charges of possession of drugs and weapons against an Omdurman hairdresser for lack of sufficient evidence. Her arresting officer has reportedly been transferred for raiding her women-only …

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -The Ministry of Interior has dropped charges of possession of drugs and weapons against an Omdurman hairdresser for lack of sufficient evidence. Her arresting officer has reportedly been transferred for raiding her women-only salon.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Refinery Shutdown – Fuel Crisis Looms in Sudan

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -Economists have predicted the Sudan will face a serious fuel crisis in the coming months following the scheduled shutdown of the Khartoum refinery in early March for maintenance and the final decommissioning of the Port Sudan …

[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -Economists have predicted the Sudan will face a serious fuel crisis in the coming months following the scheduled shutdown of the Khartoum refinery in early March for maintenance and the final decommissioning of the Port Sudan refinery.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Report – ‘High Incidence of Heart Disease Among Children in Rural Sudan’

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Up to two per cent of children in Sudan’s rural areas suffer from heart disease, especially in Darfur, according to a new specialist report.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Up to two per cent of children in Sudan's rural areas suffer from heart disease, especially in Darfur, according to a new specialist report.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Citizens Protest Deportations At Dutch Justice Ministry

[Radio Dabanga] The Hague -On Monday, dozens of Sudanese and activists braved wintery conditions to stage a protest outside the Dutch Ministry of Justice in The Hague in protest against the deportation of Sudanese asylum seeker Samal El Tijani to Khart…

[Radio Dabanga] The Hague -On Monday, dozens of Sudanese and activists braved wintery conditions to stage a protest outside the Dutch Ministry of Justice in The Hague in protest against the deportation of Sudanese asylum seeker Samal El Tijani to Khartoum last week. They also demanded a halt to the deportation of three others held by the authorities in Rotterdam prisons.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan