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May 19, 2013
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A group of unemployed graduates in Senegal is calling on the government of President Abdoulaye Wade to address the unemployment situation in the country.
Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade has named a new minister to oversee elections, a role formerly held by Interior Minister, Ousmane Ngom, ahead of polls early next year.
In Senegal, a coalition of opposition parties and civil society groups on Saturday staged a street protest outside the center of the capital, Dakar.
A week after one of its aircrafts crashed landed in Mali, Senegal Airlines says two new planes will soon be added to its fleet.
By WADR’s Elisabeth-Laure Njipwo
The United Nations World Food Program has been distributing Cash Vouchers in exchange for food to thousands of households in the restive southern Senegalese region of Casamance.
More than sixty experts from six West African countries are meeting in Dakar, Senegal within the framework of the Pandemic Readiness and Response Exercise.
Members of the West African Civil Society have ended a meeting on how to improve enterprise governance in Dakar, Senegal.
Belgium has reiterated its call on the Senegalese government to send Hissene Habré to Brussels for trial over the former Chadian leader’s alleged victimization of Chadians including three of its citizens.
Senegal has registered 27 deaths from drowning at different beaches in the country for the month of June alone.
The capital, Dakar accounts for 11 of these deaths, a figure which is said to have left many perplexed.
Amidst controversy over the fate of former Chadian President Hissen Habre, a top African law professor Dr. Ibrahima Kane says Senegal can try the former Chadian leader in the country’s regular courts.