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  • LONDON, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Demand for Angolan oil from Europe and the United States pushed differentials for March exports higher, traders said on Tuesday. Source:
  • As seemed clear to me from the oral argument, the Court yesterday unanimously ruled for the government on two questions of federal criminal law. Justice Clarence Thomas’s crisp fourteen-page opinion for the Court carefully avoids controversy. Indeed, more interesting than the answers, perhaps, are the questions affirmatively left “open” in Musacchio v. United States. Within […]
  • African economies will continue to be weighed down by weak commodity prices, depreciation of major currencies and inflation this year despite a projected marginal growth, a senior United Nations official has said. Source:
  • KUWAIT CITY, Jan 26 (Reuters) – OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia and top non-OPEC producer Russia are showing signs of flexibility about agreeing to tackle an oil glut that has pushed prices to 12-year lows, the oil minister of Iraq said on Tuesday. Source:
  • LAGOS, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Nigerian stocks ended a five-day rally to fall 0.55 percent on Tuesday as investors booked profits from recent gains, traders said. Source:
  • Zimbabwe says it has started giving some white farmers leases for land for agriculture, 15 years after it embarked on a violent land reform programme targeting the more than 4 000 commercial farmers. Source:
  • Since their inception in 2010, Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes have been forging the kinds of tunes you’d expect to hear from a band with their credentials. Their discography is full of well-written, well-produced gems that work just about anywhere: at CMJ, SXSW, and as background music on The Vampire Diaries and Sunday Night […]
  • Archangel Marguerite Reed Philip K. Dick Award Nominee 2015 If I were to do one of those catchy, quickie descriptions of Marguerite Reed’s Archangel, I would describe it like this: “Jurassic Park meets the American Revolution in space… with clones.” Can I just say that I hate clones? Science fiction always gets the science of […]
  • JOHANNESBURG, Jan 26 (Reuters) – South African hotel and gaming group Sun International said on Tuesday that Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had launched a probe into its initial investment in the Tourist Company of Nigeria (TCN). Source:
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