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The Gambia’s economy still struggling one year after Yahya Jammeh's departure | Money Talks

In 2017, Gambians celebrated as Yahya Jammeh left the presidency after 22 years in power. A year on, the country's faltering economy has barely improved, tensions over mass unemployment are rising and many are now asking if the better days they were promised, will ever materialise. Philip Owira reports.

Easy credit could drive Kenyans into debt | Money Talks

Easy credit could drive Kenyans into debt | Money Talks

Money Talks: Argentina approves controversial pension reforms

Money Talks: Argentina approves controversial pension reforms

Money Talks: China’s demand for copper led to rise in prices

Money Talks: China’s demand for copper led to rise in prices

Money Talks: Venezuela raises minimum wage by 40%

Money Talks: Venezuela raises minimum wage by 40%

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Zelenskyy: Deadly missile strike was 'purposeful Russian terror'

Zelenskyy: Deadly missile strike was 'purposeful Russian terror'

Tunisia's President Saied accused of power grab, sidelining parliament

Tunisia's President Saied accused of power grab, sidelining parliament

Hong Kong marks 25th anniversary of Britain's handover of the territory to China

Hong Kong marks 25th anniversary of Britain's handover of the territory to China

At least 21 killed, dozens wounded in missile strikes on Odessa

At least 21 killed, dozens wounded in missile strikes on Odessa

Bulgaria expels 70 Russian diplomats over espionage claims

Bulgaria expels 70 Russian diplomats over espionage claims

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