Jammeh's lawyer asks court to block Barrow's inauguration
A lawyer for The Gambia's president has filed an injunction asking the Supreme Court to bar the swearing in of the president-elect this month, as Yahya Jammeh battles on in his attempt to annul his election defeat.
Yahya Jammeh warns African leaders against interference
Gambia's president has warned the international community against interfering in the country's political crisis, on the eve of talks with west African leaders who will urge him to step aside.
Gambia election court ruling delayed for several months
The Gambia's chief Supreme Court justice dealt a blow to President Yahya Jammeh's legal challenge against the result of December's election on Tuesday, saying it would not be heard for several months.
African leaders up pressure as Jammeh faces isolation
West African leaders announced they would return to The Gambia this week to try and persuade President Yahya Jammeh to step down, but said the use of force remains an option.
The Gambian crisis: Is forceful ejection a better option?
When the news filtered in that The Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh conceded defeat to Adama Barrow, his main challenger in the Presidential election of December 1, even before the final result...
West African leaders to take 'major decision' on Gambia
Nigeria's presidency on Friday said a "major decision" would be taken this weekend on the crisis in The Gambia caused by veteran strongman Yahya Jammeh's refusal to step down after elections.
Gambia president orders electoral commission reopened
The Gambia's president ordered the electoral commission building taken over by police on December 13 to reopen on Thursday, saying it had been shut for safety reasons.
Gambia president again refuses to step down
Defeated Gambian President Yahya Jammeh insisted Wednesday he would not leave office at the end of his mandate in January until a court rules on his challenge to the outcome of this month's election.