Thousands of people flee the country and African troops edge towards borders as President Yahya Jammeh's term ends.
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by Mark Craig
by Barbara Angopa
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by M Neelika Jayawardane
Al Jazeera Staff
Gambia: Military threat looms as Jammeh clings to power
Sylvana Simons: Racism is accepted in the Netherlands
Thousands flee Gambia as crisis deepens
UK boxer stirs anger with photo in mosque
'Many dead' in avalanche-hit Italian hotel after quake
The problem with photojournalism and Africa
Obama: 'Moment may be passing' for two-state solution
Egypt adds ex-football star Aboutrika to 'terror list'
Russian and Turkish jets 'carry out joint raid on ISIL'
'Chess helps you with life and thinking'
by Kevin Schwartz
by Santiago Zabala
Much of southern Europe is experiencing its second round of snow in just under two weeks.
After being denied access to temples, some Dalits began tattooing the name of the Hindu god Ram on their face and body.
More than 6,400 refugees and migrants are stuck in Serbia due to European Union's closed borders.
From protests in Palestine to death of former Iranian president and fire in Philippines, here is the week in pictures.
The one-classroom school in an East Jerusalem hospital allows chronically ill Palestinian children to continue studies.
by Zena Tahhan
For a full year, Al Jazeera documented the impact of Israel's home demolitions on Palestinians in East Jerusalem.
by Megan O'Toole- Mohammed Haddad
Supporters say the constitutional reform will bring stability, but critics believe it may 'lead to a one-man rule'.
by Birce Bora
Ending the agreement would lead to 'unfathomable consequences' throughout the region, International Crisis Group says.
by Megan O'Toole
Haftar met with Russian officials in an effort to secure military support that would prepare for his control of Libya.
by Barbara Bibbo
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