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  • Dec 1 (Reuters) – Group-by-group reaction to the World Cup draw on Friday: Source:
  • WASHINGTON, Dec 1 (Reuters) – The United States remains committed to the Libyan Political Agreement, the State Department said in a statement following U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s meeting with Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj on Friday. Source:
  • We’ve now heard from almost all of the Magic Circle firms… except for one. Source:
  • YOLA, Nigeria, Dec 1 (Reuters) – Muslim cattle herders are suspected of killing four police officers in the northeastern Nigerian state of Adamawa, a police official said on Friday. Source:
  • Tanzania’s power utility said on Friday it had started to restore electricity to parts of the country after the East African nation was hit by a country-wide blackout on Thursday morning. Source:
  • For The Economist, Steven Mazie reports that at Wednesday’s oral argument in Carpenter v. United States, which asks whether the government must obtain a warrant for cell-site-location information, “[a]t least six justices seemed keen to widen the Fourth Amendment umbrella for the digital age, but no single way to do so emerged.” Additional coverage of […]
  • NAIROBI, Dec 1 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Friday. – – – – – GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares and the dollar pared their modest gains on Friday, with risk appetites supported by advances on Wall Street but capped […]
  • The petition of the day is: Henry v. City of Mt. Dora, Florida 17-652 Issues: (1) Whether the Supreme Court’s decision in Heck v. Humphrey bars actions under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 when the writ of habeas corpus was not available as a federal constitutional collateral attack on a state criminal conviction, as six circuits […]
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  • LONDON, Dec 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hundreds of thousands of people who have survived modern slavery or risk becoming enslaved in nations including Bangladesh, Nepal and Nigeria will receive support through a 40 million pound ($54 million) aid package, the British government said on Friday. Source:
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