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Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, centre, leaves a central Banjul polling station after casting his vote for president, on 22 September 2006

The Gambia under Jammeh: 22 years of human rights abuses

Some of the human rights violations recorded over the last 22 years include the killing of 14 protesters in April 2000, the killing of journalist Deyda Hydara in 2004, the enforced disappearance of journalist Ebrima Manneh in 2006 and the torture of journalist Musa Saidykhan in 2006.

Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, centre, leaves a central Banjul polling station after casting his vote for president, on 22 September 2006

The Gambia | Impunity

The Gambia under Jammeh: 22 years of human rights abuses

Media Foundation for West Africa

Some of the human rights violations recorded over the last 22 years include the killing of 14 protesters in April 2000, the killing of journalist Deyda Hydara in 2004, the enforced disappearance of journalist Ebrima Manneh in 2006 and the torture of journalist Musa Saidykhan in 2006.

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