Nigerian / Lagos

Several people were killed as Nigerian soldiers opened fire at a key protest site in Lagos, witnesses said, as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality that have mushroomed into broader nationwide demonstrations

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My @TheCurrency_  piece looks at the large changes we are missing. Really, it's a plea for new infrastructure to figure out the future, and maybe asking our media to stop focusing on minutiae.

Register for the @BusinessAtUL  seminar on re-imagining our future post-COVID, today at 12.30.

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#Turkey inflation climbed 14% in Nov, fastest rise in over a year and more than expected, as this year’s Lira depreciation filtered through to prices, raising pressure on new CenBank Governor Naci Agbal to keep monetary policy tight.

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Former Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal returns Padma Vibhushan to protest "the betrayal of the farmers by govt of India" Track latest news updates here

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Good progress being made on Brexit trade deal, British minister says

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Trading Ideas: Duro Felguera target price @ 1,1465€ +104% 📈 FREE trade-of-week via ⟶

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US U.S. has deadliest day of Covid, L.A. residents told to stay home GBCoronavirus "with humankind forever," says U.K. medical adviser INIndian farmers persist with protests against new laws

Modest European open ahead of COVID vaccine rollout and US bipartisan bill by @KumuthaRam 

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A group of U.S. states is investigating Facebook over concerns it wields too much power. @Reuters  sources say the states, led by New York, plan to file a lawsuit against the social media giant next week over potential antitrust violations. More here:

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