The West and What Comes After
What Donald Trump claims to be defending is still real but may not last.
Why Migrants Keep Risking All on the ‘Deadliest Route’
The grim fates of two Senegalese brothers match those of a growing number of young African men who are determined to reach Europe — or die trying.
Chinese Merchants Thrive in Senegal, Where People ‘Needed Stuff’
In cramped shops along a gritty thoroughfare in the capital, shopkeepers described what led them to leave home, and often their families, for Africa.
China’s Appetite Pushes Fisheries to the Brink
Overfishing is depleting oceans across the globe, but China’s enormous appetite and massive fleet of deep-sea fishing vessels is having an outsize impact.
Fire Tears Through Senegal Religious Festival, Killing at Least 22
More than 100 were injured in the blaze, and others were still missing, after the government had warned religious leaders about potential fire hazards.
‘Architecture of Independence’ in Africa’s Fast-Growing Cities
A captivating study of the development of modernist building in five African countries comes to Manhattan.
Adama Barrow Arrives in Gambia
President Adama Barrow of Gambia arrived in the country on Thursday for the first time since being elected in December. He had fled to Senegal when his predecessor, Yahya Jammeh, initially refused to step down.
His Predecessor Gone, Gambia’s New President Finally Comes Home
The president, Adama Barrow, had fled to neighboring Senegal more than a week earlier after Yahya Jammeh, his defeated predecessor, refused to cede power.
Clinics for World’s Vulnerable Brace for Trump’s Anti-Abortion Cuts
Health workers say President Trump’s ban on abortion counseling will hurt even those health services that do not involve abortions.
‘Gambia Is Back Again,’ but Its New Leader Is Still in Senegal
President Adama Barrow has been in the neighboring nation for a week. The incumbent he defeated, Yahya Jammeh, had refused to step down until Saturday.
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