• Five years in prison for opposition leader Senegal

    Five years in prison for opposition leader Senegal

    dakar March 30, 2018 15:30 Hot Recent News

    Opposition leader Khalifa Sall (62) was sentenced to five years in prison by the court in the Senegalese capital Dakar. He was accused, among other things, of misappropriating and forgery, but the court did not consider part of the indictment proven. Two employees of Sall, former mayor of Dakar, received the same punishment.

  • Militants kill UN blue helmet

    dakar November 26, 2017 20:33 Hot Recent News

    Presumably Christian militias killed an Egyptian UN military and wounded three others during an attack in the south of the Central African Republic (CAR), and the United Nations said Sunday.

  • Eight kill at soccer final Senegal

    dakar July 16, 2017 05:03 Hot Recent News

    At least eight football supporters have died on Saturday after the final final signal of the final of the Senegal League Cup, in the Demba Diop stadium in Senegalese capital Dakar. Dozens of people are injured.

  • French troops kill militants in Mali

    French troops kill militants in Mali

    dakar April 30, 2017 22:09 Hot Recent News

    French troops killed more than twenty militants in southern Mali who had been hiding in forests in the border with Burkina Faso. The French army announced that Sunday. The operation was after the death of a French military in the area earlier this month.

  • 21 killed by boat crash Senegal

    21 killed by boat crash Senegal

    dakar April 25, 2017 18:18 Hot Recent News

    A boat crash in the south of Senegal has killed 21 suspects. The ship capsized with about seventy people aboard an island on the coast of Bétanti. A spokesperson for the local rescue service announced on Tuesday.

  • Boko Haram put more children in attacks

    Boko Haram put more children in attacks

    dakar April 12, 2017 05:57 Hot Recent News

    The number of minors being used by the radical Islamic terrorist organization Boko Haram suicide bombers in the conflict area around Lake Chad is rising alarmingly. In the first quarter of 2017 were already 27 children, often blowing girls, forced to. That's a threefold increase compared to the same period last year and almost the same as throughout 2016.

  • 'Jailbird' is minister in Gambia

    'Jailbird' is minister in Gambia

    dakar February 19, 2017 14:15 Hot Recent News

    Omar Jallow this weekend sworn in as Minister of Agriculture of the Gambia. He applied under the previous government as an extremely critical politician and he was thrown less than 22 times in prison by the then President Jammeh.

  • President Barrow Thursday to Gambia

    President Barrow Thursday to Gambia

    dakar January 25, 2017 12:45 Hot Recent News

    President Adama Barrow Gambia Thursday will return to his country. Has announced that one of his assistants Wednesday. Barrow was last Thursday at the Embassy of the Gambia in Senegal sworn in as president.

  • Gambia treasury is empty

    Gambia treasury is empty

    dakar January 22, 2017 20:24 Hot Recent News

    The new president of Gambia, Adama Barrow, fears that the coffers of his country has been left empty by his predecessor left Yahya Jammeh. He said Sunday in Senegal, where he still is.

  • Gambia awaiting departure Jammeh

    Gambia awaiting departure Jammeh

    dakar January 21, 2017 17:48 Hot Recent News

    The former president of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, is expected to leave on Saturday his country. There are conflicting stories circulating about where the former leader is in exile, say sources close consultation with Jammeh.

  • Deadline Gambia is flexible

    Deadline Gambia is flexible

    dakar January 20, 2017 12:51 Hot Recent News

    The threat of the West African grouping Ecowas to take the capital of Gambia as 'president' Yahya Jammeh has not quit, will not be executed immediately. informed the Government of Senegal to know that there is a mission negotiators to Jammeh and goes as long as it is not returned, the forces of ECOWAS undertake nothing against Jammeh.

  • Gambia vice president resigned

    Gambia vice president resigned

    banjul January 19, 2017 10:42 Hot Recent News

    The Gambian Vice President Isatou Njie Saidy has resigned. Government Sources said Thursday that Saidy so far the most senior Gambian official is leaving the camp cornered President Yahya Jammeh.

  • Gambia president sworn in Thursday in Dakar

    Gambia president sworn in Thursday in Dakar

    dakar January 19, 2017 09:18 Hot Recent News

    Adama Barrow, winner of the presidential elections in Gambia, is sworn in Thursday afternoon at 16:00 (local time). Barrow made via Twitter that the ceremony takes place in the Gambian Embassy in Dakar, the capital of neighboring Senegal.

  • Senegalese troops pull direction Gambia

    Senegalese troops pull direction Gambia

    dakar January 18, 2017 17:15 Hot Recent News

    Senegalese troops draw Wednesday to the border with Gambia. Eyewitnesses and sources reported in the armed forces, many hundreds of Senegalese soldiers to draw the line at the site Diouloulou. Which lies about 40 kilometers south of the Gambian capital Banjul.

  • British swimmer cease crossing ocean

    British swimmer cease crossing ocean

    london December 16, 2016 15:36 Hot Recent News

    The Briton who first wanted to swim the Atlantic ceased his record. The 38-year-old Ben Hooper was November 13th in Dakar (Senegal) to water with the intent to crawl Natal (Brazil). He came in over a month, no more than 140 kilometers. Rough seas, sharks, jellyfish stings and imminent shortage of supplies went to give him decide.

  • Penalty for bell ringer

    Penalty for bell ringer

    dakar August 18, 2016 23:45 Hot Recent News

    Secretly filming a corrupt cop is a Senegalese woman come to be a fine. The judge according to the BBC convicted her of corruption to the payment of the equivalent of 220 euros and a suspended prison sentence of one month.

  • Senegal develops sunscreen for albinos
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    Senegal develops sunscreen for albinos

    dakar July 7, 2016 16:06 Hot Recent News

    Albinos in Africa tend to go on the run for knives and firearms, because parts of their bodies are used by traditional witches potions and salves. The biggest enemy of the albino is the sun. Many are not skin cancer by more than forty years.

  • Archer French agent was convicted jihadist

    Archer French agent was convicted jihadist

    June 14, 2016 08:24 Hot Recent News

    The man who on Monday evening a policeman and his wife stabbed in the French town of Magnanville turns out to be a convicted jihadist. The 25-year-old terrorist hot Larossi Abballa and was known to the police for theft, violence and radicalization. Also: Diabetes patients can be safely freed from daily painful finger pricks. And, two-thirds of the Dutch would like to have a personal pension pot. That and more in the conversation of the day.

  • Ex-Chad leader appealed lifelong

    Ex-Chad leader appealed lifelong

    dakar June 12, 2016 06:36 Hot Recent News

    Chad's former ruler Hissène Habré is appealing against his conviction for crimes against humanity and war crimes. That said Saturday a spokesman for the African Special Court that had conducted the trial in Senegal.

  • Ex-Chad dictator gets life

    Ex-Chad dictator gets life

    dakar May 30, 2016 14:00 Hot Recent News

    Former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, on Monday before a court in Senegal sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity and war crimes. He ruled the African country from 1982 to 1990.

  • Aircraft crash at Paris airport

    Aircraft crash at Paris airport

    May 11, 2016 10:08 Hot Recent News

    In dense fog are an Airbus A320 of the French airline Air France Boeing 777 from the same company Wednesday with another collided at the Paris Roissy-Charles de Gaulle. The Airbus drove to the runway and the Boeing had just arrived from Dakar (Senegal). The aircraft collided with the taxi.

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