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Front Page Last Updated: Jul 28, 2021 - 11:37:15 AM


Africa
Foreign investors’ interest in Nigeria plunges by 80%
Investment announcements in Nigeria fell to $1.69bn in the second quarter of this year from $8.41bn in Q1, indicating a decline of about 80 per cent, a new report by the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission has said.

Jul 28, 2021 - 11:36:16 AM

Dark Side
Electronic Weapons: Who Spoofs Who
in mid-2021 there were more incidents involving manipulation of shipboard location devices, which no one is taking credit for.

Jul 28, 2021 - 11:34:03 AM

Analyses
Rethinking the "Arab Spring": Winners and Losers
Hundreds of thousands demonstrate in Tahrir Square, May 13, 2011. At most, half-a-million Egyptians participated in demonstrations at any one time. This is just a little more than half-a-percent of the total population, representing a fraction of the Egyptian populace.

Jul 28, 2021 - 11:32:23 AM

Africa
Nigeria: Obsession Confronts Reality
In the Moslem north state governors and other local politicians complain of the inability of the security forces, controlled by the national government, to restore order and allow essential commerce to resume.

Jul 28, 2021 - 11:31:09 AM

Business
Ever Given Confidential
1On June 23 lawyers for the SCA (Suez Canal Authority) and Shoei Kisen, the Japanese owner, and their insurance company Stann Marine agreed on a deal that would free the container ship and its 18,000 cargo containers

Jul 28, 2021 - 11:29:30 AM

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