President Adama Barrow flew out of his tiny west African country on January 13 to meet world leaders in Mali
Barrow's currently living in Senegal until his safety can be guaranteed by soldiers from five African nations currently deployed in the Gambia
Barrow said the inauguration was going to take place as scheduled on Thursday in the Senegalese capital, Dakar.
Nigeria and Ghana committed troops and aircraft to the buildup that’s centered in Senegal, which surrounds Gambia on three sides.
A recent study on mid-range global warming projections predicts Africa will suffer a loss of mild weather days - basically speaking, pleasant weather.
Governments need to develop health equity surveillance systems to overcome the current lack of data.
President Macky Sall in June ordered the removal of children from the streets and said those who force them to beg would be imprisoned.
A rising number of young Senegalese men are risking everything to reach Europe despite fears money to send home will dry up.
Among young Dakarois, ethnicity often appears to be a somewhat vague category that they rarely mention.
The country is looking to mobile apps to encourage its youth to take an interest in caring for and protecting the environment.
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'This case is a tremendous precedent to show that African courts can deliver justice for crimes committed in Africa'.
UN diplomat Fatma Samoura is currently based in Nigeria, working with the United Nations Development Program
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Energy firms say Senegal and Mauritania's current oil and gas ventures will transform them into net exporters by 2020
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The number of babies born with suspected microcephaly in Brazil since October has now reached nearly 4,000
Security in the capitals of Senegal, Ghana and Ivory Coast has been tightened al-Qaeda killed more than 20 people at a Radisson hotel in Bamako
Battling wave of suicide bombers, West African leaders seek ban on full-face veil to prevent attacks
Jihadists have resorted to using young women and girls as suicide bombers by hiding explosives in their loose-fitting clothes