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14 Jun 2018
Many young Gambians are returning to a now democratic Gambia. But the country they come back to is poor and jobless. We caught up with some returnees to find out what it's like for them to be back.
26 Jan 2018
How is The Gambia doing one year after the handover of power from Yahya Jammeh, who had ruled the country for over 22 years? President Adama Barrow speaks to DW about the economy, migration and the country's security.
17 Jan 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday met behind closed doors with visiting Gambia’s President Adama Barrow at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
15 Dec 2017
The Gambia has given Germany's president Frank-Walter Steinmeier a warm welcome. The West African country has just emerged from more than two decades of dictatorship.
30 Mar 2017
Migrants from north Africa, Gambia and Bangladesh are among the hundreds rescued from a wooden boat off Libya by an aid agency.
1 Feb 2017
Gambia's new President Adama Barrow has finally appointed his cabinet and many say the first order of business should be justice for victims of the former president Yahya Jammeh's rule.
27 Jan 2017
Thousands of people lined the streets of Gambia's capital Banjul on Thursday to welcome home new President Adama Barrow days after authoritarian leader Yahya Jammeh fled into exile.
25 Jan 2017
Gambia's new government has already got to work, revoking a state of emergency and ordering an investigation into the wealth of exiled former president Yahya Jammeh.
23 Jan 2017
A West African military force enters the Gambian capital to cheers as part of an operation aimed at securing the country to allow new President Adama Barrow to take up office.
23 Jan 2017
With the departure of defeated ruler Yahya Jammeh, Gambians begin returning to Banjul, after fears of conflict in the country prompted a mass exodus.
22 Jan 2017
After 22 years in power, Gambia's former ruler Yahya Jammeh has left the country, ending a political crisis that lasted for more than a month.
21 Jan 2017
Former president Yayha Jammeh has finally agreed to leave office, avoiding a military confrontation with West Africa nations.

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