West African Troops Enter Gambia’s Capital After Dictator’s Departure | The Huffington Post


Hundreds of Gambians carrying sacks, suitcases and cooking pots began returning by ferry from Senegal’s Casamance region on Sunday. Hawa Jagne, 22, a cloth trader, hugged her sister Fama as she stepped off the boat. “I’m so relieved to see her,” Jagne said. “Everyone is free. You can do whatever you want, because this is a democratic country. You can express yourself. No one can kill you.” (Click below.)

Source: West African Troops Enter Gambia’s Capital After Dictator’s Departure | The Huffington Post

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