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Current news from Gambian newspapers. Site merged with Africa News of Durham, NC.

Daily News (Serrekunda)
"independent private Gambian tri-weekly (Modays, Wednesdays & Fridays) newspaper established on April 6, 2009. The proprietor and publisher is Madi M.K Ceesay, a veteran Journalist, who won the Committee for the Protection of Journalist (CPJ) International Press Freedom Award in 2006" and former president of The Gambia Press Union.

The Daily Observer (Banjul)
Web site for the print newspaper. On the QuantumNet web site.

Foroyaa (Serrekunda)
Web site for the print newspaper. Focus on politics, human rights, local news, investigative news. Find online articles by author. The print edition is published three times a week. "Foroyaa stands for Freedom." The owner is Halifa Sallah. Based in Serrekunda, The Gambia.

Freedom Newspaper
Independent online newspaper by Gambian journalists. Maintained by Pa Nderry M'Bai. Based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Gambia Echo
News, economy, culture, opinion, Based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Gambia News
Current Gambia news aggregated from Gambian newspapers. Includes business, sports, health, education, technology, entertainment, etc.

Gambia Post
Access to articles requires (free) registration. Has a discussion forum. Site based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Global NewsBank
Subscription service. Some universities subscribe.
Does not have the latest news but good for researching news from a week ago back to 1985.

Point (Banjul)
Gambia's only independent print newspaper.

Senegambia News
Newspaper covering life in Senegal and the Gambia. News. Commentary. Began publishing June 9, 2007. Editor / Publisher: Yankuba Jambang, formerly a journalist with the Daily Observer, now in Minnesota.

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