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  1. Africa: Borderless Continent, That Is Where the Future Lies

    [East African] At a time when the multilateral system is under siege and media speculation about Brexit and whether the European Union is in decline is widespread, the African Union is quietly deepening economic, social, and political ties.
  2. Nigeria: Boko Haram Faction Kills Four Kidnapped Aid Workers

    [Premium Times] A Boko Haram faction has killed four aid workers it kidnapped in July, a journalist with access to the terror group has said.
  3. Africa: Technology Is Sure to Turn the Tide On Our Health Woes

    [East African] It's Wednesday August 16, 2079. Turning over in bed, Carl, 74, reaches for his phone. He holds it up as the morning update starts.
  4. Algeria: Abdelmadjid Tebboune Wins Presidential Election

    [Deutsche Welle] It was an election marred by protest, disruption and a partial boycott. But Algeria's electoral body has declared former prime minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune the winner of Thursday's presidential vote.
  5. Nigeria: Power Supply Drops to 753 Megawatts From 4,008 Megawatts

    [Vanguard] Power supply has dropped from 4,008 megawatts (MW) to 753MW, indicating a loss of 3,255MW, as the Transition Company of Nigeria, TCN, struggles to 'synchronise' the system after the nationwide blackout, occasioned by the strike of the National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE.