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  • LONDON, Oct 18 (Reuters) – Several Nigerian crude loading programmes emerged on Thursday, including Qua Iboe, the largest of the country’s supply streams. Source:
  • John Elwood (barely) reviews Monday’s likely relists. I’m preparing for an argument, so this week’s update will be brief. There’s been a lot of movement on last week’s relists. On Friday, the Supreme Court granted review in the twice-relisted Manhattan Community Access Corporation v. Halleck, 17-1702, which asks whether the private operator of a public […]
  • LONDON, Oct 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – British police on Thursday challenged web companies to better patrol the online sex trade after announcing dozens of arrests and the rescue of at least 90 suspected slaves in a crackdown. Source:
  • Despite the attractiveness of many East African companies, the Uganda Securities Exchange is frustrated in its efforts to foster a vibrant capital markets culture Source:
  • South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday appointed a judicial inquiry into the 2 trillion rand ($142 billion) state pension fund, a government gazette said, following corruption allegations. Source:
  • German mechanical engineering conglomerate Voith has signed an agreement to supply turbines for a $4 billion dam Ethiopia is building along the River Nile, state-affiliated media said on Wednesday. Source:
  • HOW IS THOMAS JEFFERSON STILL A THING? The law school, I mean. I feel like Lin Manuel Miranda has done the necessary work on the real guy. HOW IS THIS LAW SCHOOL STILL A THING? The can’t even give this one away. HOW IS THE SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STILL A THING: You realize that they […]
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  • Trump has now fully perverted the presumption of innocence into a tool for corruption. Source:
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