The prison service head allegedly oversaw two decades of torture in Gambia’s prisons.
The EU stopped aid to Gambia due to concerns about human rights under Jammeh.
After 22 years, Gambia finally has a new leader. Why were so many voters thanking a couple of guys in D.C.?
Jammeh left Gambia on Saturday after a standoff with West African military forces.
Barrow tells Newsweek that he intends to return to Gambia on Thursday.
Barrow will be inaugurated at the Gambian embassy in neighboring Senegal.
Thomas Cook is scheduling extra flights to bring U.K. holidaymakers home from the West African state.
Jammeh is due to leave office Thursday, but has dug in his heels.
At least six Gambian ministers have reportedly resigned in the past week.
President-elect Adama Barrow is due to take office on Thursday, ending Jammeh’s 22-year reign.
Adama Barrow tells Newsweek that he is keen to “reconcile” with the outgoing president.
The army has backed Yahya Jammeh, but now they must support a democratic transition.
The Gambian president has filed a challenge to the election at the country’s Supreme Court.
Yahya Jammeh has said he now rejects the election result that ousted him after 22 years.
Jammeh has been accused of widespread human-rights abuses during his 22 years in power.
Yahya Jammeh is looking to extend his 22-year rule, but faces a united opposition.
The West African country’s refusal to accept deportees from the U.S. is damaging relations.
Solo Sandeng died after his arrest for demanding electoral reform ahead of December’s vote.