The Gambia’s Barrow to be sworn in for a second time+++Munich security meeting begins+++Moroccan King Mohammed VI visits Ghana+++Libya’s oil production regains momentum
Mozambique is the first major African nation in recent times to become unable to meet obligations to international creditors. A decade after the last major debt write-down, African states are again in difficulties.
Yahya Jammeh has left The Gambia for Equatorial Guinea and President Adama Barrow is set to return. Analyst Peter Penar told DW that there are still many hurdles facing the small West African country.
A judge in Gambia said on Tuesday that a decision on President Jammeh's challenge to the poll results will not be heard until Monday next week, just days before President-elect Adama Barrow's expected inauguration.
African forces are preparing to enter Gambia after President Yahya Jammeh refused to step down. Jammeh has ignored a midnight deadline to leave office and honor the results of a December election.
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