The Gambia activists take aim at landfills

The Gambia's return to democracy has emboldened environmental groups seeking to shut down some of the country's most polluted sites.

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    The Gambia's return to democracy has emboldened environmental groups seeking to shut down some of the country's most polluted sites.

    The groups say The Gambia's landfills are an environmental disaster and were left completely unregulated under the previous government.

    Nicolas Haque reports from the capital, Banjul.


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