Your search for Senegal retrieved 9 results.
Newspaper Editor Charged over Ebola Story (August 19, 2014) by Constance Johnson
Felix N'Zale, editor of the Senegalese newspaper La Tribune, has been detained by the Senegal police ...
Topic: Freedom of the press; Public health
New Court to Try Former Chadian Leader (August 29, 2012) by Constance Johnson
On August 22, 2012, the African Union and Senegal concluded an agreement on a special tribunal ...
Court Permits Candidacy for Third Presidential Term (February 03, 2012) by Constance Johnson
On January 30, 2012, Senegal's Constitutional Court, the Conseil Constitutionel, determined that the current leader of ...
Topic: Elections and politics
Activist Sentenced to Two Years in Jail (October 26, 2011) by Constance Johnson
On October 20, 2011, a court in Senegal sentenced Malick Noel Seck to two years of ...
Topic: Freedom of speech
Extradition of Terror Suspects Approved by Court (August 05, 2010) by Constance Johnson
On July 29, 2010, an appeals court in Senegal approved the extradition to their home country ...
Adoption of Gender Parity Law (June 07, 2010) by Nicole Atwill
The Senegalese Parliament recently adopted a new law requiring all political parties to introduce absolute gender ...
Radio Stations Suspended (March 27, 2009) by Constance Johnson
According to the press freedom organization Reporters Without Borders, on March 14, 2009, Senegal suspended the ...
Topic: Freedom of the press
Fishery Agreement Signed (April 02, 2008) by Constance Johnson
Mauritania and Senegal signed a one-year fishery agreement, under which 300 permits will be issued to ...
Jurisdiction: Mauritania; Senegal
Penalties Increased for Drug Crimes (February 02, 2008) by Constance Johnson
Under a new law adopted by Senegal's legislature, the punishment for drug trafficking will be increased ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Last updated: August 19, 2014