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- The capital and largest city of Gambia, on an island at the mouth of the Gambia River on the Atlantic Ocean. Founded as a trading post by the British in 1816, it was known as Bathurst until 1973.
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- proper noun The capital of
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- noun a port city and capital of Gambia
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The National Campaign for the Arts also cites cases of Malian musicians who were asked to travel thousands of miles to Dakar, Senegal, to apply for UK visas and then had to wait 10 days while their applications were sent for processing in Banjul, Gambia.
If he goes out of the country, he goes to places like Banjul Gambia, another African country.
His meeting with the U.S. consular officer at the Banjul supermarket set his plan in motion.
Dr. Ram í rez left the night after his asylum request was approved, carrying documents from U.S. consular officials in Banjul.
Dr. Ram í rez says he was told to go to a crowded Banjul supermarket and to look for a blond woman in a green dress — an American consular official.
Felix Ram í rez slipped into an Internet cafe in the West African nation of The Gambia, scoured the Web for contact information for U.S. diplomats, then phoned the U.S. embassy in Banjul, the capital.
Dr. Ram í rez was assigned to run the surgery unit at the Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital in Banjul.
This is a violation not only of Algeria's own constitution (Article 41), but also of Article 11 of the African (Banjul) Charter on Human and Peoples Rights, as well as the ICCPR's outlines on the restriction of the right to freedom of assembly.
And this extends to journalists, extends to opposition political party supporters or members, and including people in the security forces who are considered to have turned against the regime in Banjul, Hondora said.
Plus, look at the Banjul Charter, or the Arab Charter of Human Rights.