Gambia's former president Yahya Jammeh has agreed to step down and leave the country, according to current presidentBanjul airport minutes ago. The presidents of Guinea and Liberia arrived reportedly in this plane for the talks with Jammeh. Gambia's former president has sacked his ministers and says he will govern by himselfGambia: Jammeh has fired what's left of his cabinet after mass resignations, declared he would oversee all ministries himselfThere are 7000 troops ready to attack State House, including some in a Nigerian warship off the coast of GambiaMali: FB page "Ansaroul Islam" praises yesterday's SVBIED attack by AQIM against the MOC camp in Gao #ECOWAS halt military operation in Gambia as a high profile delegation from Liberia,Guinea and Mauritania arrive likely to fly out with Jammeh In Banjul people removed the "last picture" of Yahya JammehMali: CCTV footage of yesterday's SVBIED attack against the MOC camp in Gao and the reaction of Chinese @UN_MINUSMA peacekeepers President @MichelTemer receives credentials from Mohamed Hedi Soltani, Ambassador of Tunisia .@MichelTemer receives credentials from the Ambassador of Senegal, Ms. Fatoumata Binetou Rassoul Correa "No request" for US military support for intervention in Gambia, adds @statedeptspox. On ECOWAS military intervention in Gambia: "We do support it because we understand the purpose is to help stabilize a tense situation." Gambia: first image of ECOWAS (Senegalese) forces inside Gambia, on their way to the capital Banjul Senegalese convoy on the way to Gambia530 troops from Senegal,600 from Ghana,100 from Sierra Leone, 1000 from Nigeria entered into Gambia heading to the capital #ECOWAS Tunisia: @presidenceTN extended the 'State of Emergency' with another month counting from January 17 Senegalese troops have entered Gambia after President Jammeh refuses to stand downTroops are headed for the Gambian capital of Banjul, will remove Jammeh by force as mandate endsWest African troops launch military intervention to oust Gambia's longtime leader Yahya Jammeh - Reuters Senegal army spokesman also confirms its troops have entered Gambia in support of new President Barrow. UN Security Council endorses ECOWAS effort to ensure President Barrow assumes power in Gambia. "We Have Entered Gambia," Says Senegal Army Spokesman Abdou Ndiaye Nigeria confirms deploying troops to Gambia in support of new President Barrow. Gambian President-elect Adama Barrow takes oath of office at embassy in neighboring Senegal Gambian President-elect Adama Barrow has arrived at the Gambian embassy in Senegal to take the oath of office Algeria Azazga - 2 susptected terrorists arrested. Kenyan electoral body decries low voter registration turnout by potential voters since the exercise began MondayAdama Barrow to be sworn in at Gambian embassy in Senegal: spokesmanGambia: president-elect Barrow will not be inaugurated in Gambia, the ceremony will instead take place at the Gambian embassy in Senegal

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Banjul airport minutes ago. The presidents of Guinea and Liberia arrived reportedly in this plane for the talks with Jammeh.
Mali: FB page "Ansaroul Islam" praises yesterday's SVBIED attack by AQIM against the MOC camp in Gao
In Banjul people removed the "last picture" of Yahya Jammeh
Mali: CCTV footage of yesterday's SVBIED attack against the MOC camp in Gao and the reaction of Chinese @UN_MINUSMA peacekeepers
President @MichelTemer receives credentials from Mohamed Hedi Soltani, Ambassador of Tunisia
.@MichelTemer receives credentials from the Ambassador of Senegal, Ms. Fatoumata Binetou Rassoul Correa
On ECOWAS military intervention in Gambia: "We do support it because we understand the purpose is to help stabilize a tense situation."
Gambia: first image of ECOWAS (Senegalese) forces inside Gambia, on their way to the capital Banjul
Senegalese convoy on the way to Gambia
Senegalese troops have entered Gambia after President Jammeh refuses to stand down
Gambian President-elect Adama Barrow takes oath of office at embassy in neighboring Senegal
Kenyan electoral body decries low voter registration turnout by potential voters since the exercise began Monday