Economist Headlines
Today Friday, 20th May 2022
Not your average blackout Israel apparently strikes an Iranian nuclear facility—again one year ago Uneasy lies the head A feud in Jordan’s royal family one year ago Wake up and smell it Kenyans are starting to drink their own coffee one year ago One step backwards, two forwards Covid-19 creates a window for school reform in Africa one year ago Turning thuggish Benin’s democratic beacon dims one year ago Opening up Getting into Iraq may soon be much easier one year ago Hope you like war movies How Egyptian entertainment has changed under military rule one year ago Uneasy lies the head A feud in Jordan’s royal family one year ago Unhappy hunting grounds The pandemic is a gift to poachers in Africa one year ago Apps and the oppressed Clubhouse gives Arabs a space to speak freely one year ago Too many kingmakers The complicated dance to unseat Binyamin Netanyahu one year ago Hoping for change Tanzania’s new president surely can’t be worse than the old one one year ago Always going big The jam in the Suez canal highlights Egypt’s taste for mega-projects one year ago Fourth time charmless What next for Israeli politics after another election stalemate? one year ago See you again in August Israel’s election has not broken the deadlock one year ago Desperate to leave Saudi Arabia is struggling to end its war in Yemen one year ago Paragon or prison? The furious debate about Rwanda and its autocratic president one year ago Trouble with the neighbours Iraqis are getting fed up with Iran one year ago The emperor marches on Congo-Brazzaville’s president is re-elected after his rival dies of covid-19 one year ago The disappeared The Ugandan army has abducted hundreds of opposition activists one year ago Another tight one Binyamin Netanyahu hopes to win yet another election in Israel one year ago Cabo Delgado, cape of despair America designates a new branch of Islamic State in Mozambique one year ago Manufacturing hope African industry is doing better than previously thought one year ago Another tight one Binyamin Netanyahu hopes to win yet another election in Israel one year ago Bulldozed by reality John Magufuli, Tanzania’s covid-denying president, dies aged 61 one year ago Tomato truce How a spilled basket of tomatoes paralysed Nigeria one year ago Ghost ships and dollar scrip Why some ships vanish before unloading in the Middle East one year ago Keyboard surfers Remote working is a lifeline for Kenya’s beach resorts one year ago Out and preyed on On gay rights, young Africans share the intolerance of their elders one year ago A country divided Ten years of war have broken Syria into pieces one year ago

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