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  • South Africa’s former President Thabo Mbeki talks to The Africa Report about African diplomacy, the economic slowdown and the fight against illicit financial flows. Source:
  • MAIDUGURI, Nigeria, Jan 27 (Reuters) – At least 12 people were killed on Wednesday when two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a market in the northern Nigerian town of Chibok where Boko Haram militants abducted more than 200 girls almost two years ago, police and residents said. Source:
  • LONDON, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Nigerian crude oil differentials were firmer on Wednesday supported by more robust demand for cargoes loading in February than in previous months. Source:
  • There is more commentary on Monday’s opinion in Montgomery v. Louisiana, holding that Miller v. Alabama – the Court’s 2012 decision prohibiting mandatory sentences of life without parole for juvenile offenders – applies retroactively to cases on state collateral review. At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Leslie Shoebotham concludes that, although the ruling “is a […]
  • “A Woman Between Friends” Available on Hulu | Available on CBS All Access A lot about this episode feels off, the least of which being the strange, synth-y interstitial music the producers inexplicably used throughout. Just as Taxi breaks sitcom molds, it also sometimes finds itself fulfilling the worst clichés of its genre and era. […]
  • Bachelor Ben is taking the women to VEEEGGGAAAAASSSS! Everyone has to say it with that level of drunk sorority sister excitement in order to get Harrison to let them on the private jet. In Vegas, they are staying in a corner suite with views of the scenic Las Vegas strip (drunk tourists at night, sunburnt […]
  • If you’re trying to find a non-legal job, you’re going to have to rewrite your résumé entirely. In-house columnist Celeste Harrison Forst has some advice on how to do that. Source:
  • What’s going on in your law professor’s mind during class? Source:
  • Which law school is turning part of its library into a “legal delivery center”? Source:
  • Ghana’s central bank on Monday decided to leave interest rates unchanged at 26 per cent on Monday, citing the slow pace in consumer inflation, despite the country’s inflation rate ending 2015 at 17.7 per cent, far exceeding policymakers’ single digit target. Source:
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