Myanmar Genocide

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Gambia: Resignation of justice minister Abubacarr Tambadou
Abubaccar Tambadou, Minister of Justice and Attorney General, at the International Court of Justice, in January 2020
Abubaccar Tambadou, Minister of Justice and Attorney General, at the International Court of Justice, in January 2020 Credit: Shafiur Rahman / CC BY-SA (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0)

Renowned Gambian justice minister and attorney general Abubacarr Tambadou has resigned, the government said on Thursday. Tambadou investigated abuses under former Gambia dictator and lead a case against Myanmar's genocide against the Rohingya minority. He will be replaced by barrister Dawda Jallow.