It comes two months after a police strike triggered a wave of violence in Espirito Santo state.
Local officials are calling it a once-in-500-years event.
The authorities say the men were convicted of treason and conspiring with foreign parties.
President Barrow is aiming for a majority in the first elections since the end of the Jammeh era.
Fergal Keane reflects on how the Myanmar politician has changed since he first interviewed her in 1995.
A professor in Egypt fears losing her job after a video of her dancing is shared on social media.
Information suggests that terrorists may seek to target Anzac Day commemorations, Australia says.
A teenager in America recreates the opening scene of La La Land to ask Emma Stone to his prom.
Burst riverbanks have forced the entire population of Edgecumbe in New Zealand to flee homes.
The species could be lured for removal by mimicking its own chemicals, scientists say.
Russia's justice ministry has placed its headquarters near St Petersburg on a list of extremist groups.
Half of the deaths come in just four countries - China, India, the US and Russia, the report says.
The Fitzroy River in Rockhampton, Queensland, burst its banks nine days after Cyclone Debbie hit.
One of eight inmates due to be put to death by the US state of Arkansas this month could be given clemency.
The Nobel peace prize winner says the term is "too strong" to use, in an exclusive BBC interview.
Donald Trump's regular weekend retreats to Florida are riling taxpayers and raising concerns over an uneasy mix of business and politics.
Elizabeth Ohene reminisces about meeting the late South African anti-apartheid hero Ahmed Kathrada.
At least 290 people died and more than 300 are still missing after the disaster in Mocoa.
The constitutional court rejects a government attempt to keep a ban in place on domestic trade.
An alleged attack on a gay couple in the Netherlands has sparked a solidarity campaign on social media.
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