Gambia: ‘Yahya Jammeh Ordered the Killing of 50 West African Immigrants in 2005,’ Reveals Top Govt Official
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By Ebrima G. Sankareh, Editor-in-Chief  Echo Archives-In the wake of renewed interest in the 2005 abduction and coldblooded murders of some 50 West African immigrants (mostly Ghanaians) in The Gambia, The Gambia Echo finds it compelling to reproduce verbatim, the entire story as reported in our 6th September 2006 edition. The Gambia Echo was the first newspaper to break the story linking the macabre murders directly to Yaya Jammeh’s despotic rule as revealed by a senior military official at the time. Following a two-hour exhaustive telephone interview with the military officer who

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The Siege of Qatar
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  By Sener Akturk Istanbul—The timing of a significant political development could hardly coincide with a more meaningful anniversary: June 5, 2017, the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War, saw Arab autocracies, including the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.), Saudi Arabia and Egypt,

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Richard Wright and the Dilemma of the Ethical Criminal: Can One Live beyond Good and Evil?
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By Floyd W. Hayes, III, PhD Retired Senior Lecturer Coordinator of Programs and Undergraduate Studies Center for Africana Studies Johns Hopkins University 3400 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 Fwhayes3@jhu.edu This paper was presented at the Collegium of African American Research Conference, Malaga, Spain, June13-16, 2017. The author: Floyd W. Hayes, III (Ph.D., University of Maryland) is Retired Senior Lecturer

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