The Gambia has delayed a long-awaited report on crimes committed under former President Yahya Jammeh.
The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) failed to hand over the report to President Adama Barrow on Thursday as scheduled, saying it would do so at a later day.
Mr Jammeh, who ruled the West African country for 22 years, lives in exile in Equatorial Guinea.
A political pact that could see the return of Mr Jammeh has proved divisive.
There are concerns over the implementation of the report after the political deal.
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