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Gambia’s top court to rule on Yayha Jammeh election case

By Al Jazeera
10 January 2017   |   12:05 pm
Gambia's Supreme Court is expected to hold a hearing after the ruling party launched an appeal for a rerun of last month's presidential election.

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