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In a final insult, Gambia's ex-leader looted millions of dollars, his successor says

The last act of a dictator who ruled his country for 22 years was massive embezzlement, according to the new government of Gambia, where Yahya Jammeh was forced to give up power under West African..
L.A. Times

UN: Preventive diplomacy in Gambia avoided bloodshed

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations says preventive diplomacy in Gambia avoided bloodshed, restored democracy and averted what it calls a “humanitarian disaster.” U.N. spokesman Stephane..
Seattle Times

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News video: Gambians celebrate as West African troops enter capital

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Gambians cheered in the streets as West African forces took control of the presidential palace after ex-ruler Yahya Jammeh left the country after 22 years in power.
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News video: Gambians return home, celebrate Jammeh exit

Gambians return home, celebrate Jammeh exit 01:01

Gambians celebrated in the streets on Sunday after a West African regional military force entered the capital city of Banjul and took control of the presidential palace, the symbolic seat of ex-ruler..
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News video: Gambia: Exiled leader Jammeh 'stole millions' from state coffers

Gambia: Exiled leader Jammeh 'stole millions' from state coffers 01:18

Gambia’s ex-ruler Yahya Jammeh stands accused of stealing more than 11 million dollars in cash from state coffers before flying into exile at the weekend. Luxury goods including cars are also said..
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News video: Gambia: Exiled leader Jammeh ‘stole millions’ from state coffers

Gambia: Exiled leader Jammeh ‘stole millions’ from state coffers 01:18

Gambia’s ex-ruler Yahya Jammeh stands accused of stealing more than 11 million dollars in cash from state coffers before flying into exile at the weekend. Luxury goods including cars are also said to..
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News video: Gambians optimistic for future as ECOWAS troops arive in capital

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Gambians in the capital Banjul celebrated and expressed optimism for the future following the arrival of ECOWAS troops. The intervention ensured the departure of President Yahya Jammeh, whose previous..
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Gambia’s Ex-Leader Took 2 Rolls-Royces With Him Into Exile

As he finally left the country after losing an election, Yahya Jammeh loaded at least one cargo plane with cars and other luxury items, Gambian officials said.
NYTimes.com

As Gambia’s Yahya Jammeh Entered Exile, Plane Stuffed With Riches Followed

Mr. Jammeh left with two Rolls-Royces, a Mercedes-Benz, and other cars and luxury items, according to an airport official and a diplomat familiar with activities in the country.
NYTimes.com

Gambian president announces ex-Jammeh minister as VP pick

Gambian President Adama Barrow has chosen a former minister of longtime leader Yahya Jammeh as vice-president, a spokesman said Monday.
SBS

Gambia's ex-president finally steps down – but takes riches with him

Former president Yahya Jammeh, who had ruled Gambia for 22 years, left the country late Saturday, after bowing to international pressure to step down to newly elected Adama Barrow.
Christian Science Monitor

In Gambia, relief turns to anger at ex-leader's soft landing

BANJUL (Reuters) - Even before the cheers to celebrate the end of Yahya Jammeh's brutal 22-year rule of Gambia died down, there was fury that he was being allowed to flee into luxurious exile.
Reuters

Alastair Leithead: The Gambia still far from normal

alastair leithead: the gambia still far from normal
Gambians have celebrated the end of Yahya Jammeh's 22-year rule but things are unlikely to change fast.
BBC News

#GambiaHasDecided

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Gambians have celebrated the end of Yahya Jammeh's 22-year rule but things are unlikely to change fast.
BBC News

New Gambian Leader Wants Truth Commission on Jammeh Years

New Gambian President Adama Barrow says he will establish a truth and reconciliation commission to examine allegations of misrule during former president Yahya Jammeh’s 22 years in power...
VOA News

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