Economist Headlines
Today Thursday, 21st October 2021
Not your average blackout Israel apparently strikes an Iranian nuclear facility—again 6 months ago Uneasy lies the head A feud in Jordan’s royal family 6 months ago Wake up and smell it Kenyans are starting to drink their own coffee 6 months ago One step backwards, two forwards Covid-19 creates a window for school reform in Africa 6 months ago Turning thuggish Benin’s democratic beacon dims 6 months ago Opening up Getting into Iraq may soon be much easier 6 months ago Hope you like war movies How Egyptian entertainment has changed under military rule 6 months ago Uneasy lies the head A feud in Jordan’s royal family 7 months ago Unhappy hunting grounds The pandemic is a gift to poachers in Africa 7 months ago Apps and the oppressed Clubhouse gives Arabs a space to speak freely 7 months ago Too many kingmakers The complicated dance to unseat Binyamin Netanyahu 7 months ago Hoping for change Tanzania’s new president surely can’t be worse than the old one 7 months ago Always going big The jam in the Suez canal highlights Egypt’s taste for mega-projects 7 months ago Fourth time charmless What next for Israeli politics after another election stalemate? 7 months ago See you again in August Israel’s election has not broken the deadlock 7 months ago Desperate to leave Saudi Arabia is struggling to end its war in Yemen 7 months ago Paragon or prison? The furious debate about Rwanda and its autocratic president 7 months ago Trouble with the neighbours Iraqis are getting fed up with Iran 7 months ago The emperor marches on Congo-Brazzaville’s president is re-elected after his rival dies of covid-19 7 months ago The disappeared The Ugandan army has abducted hundreds of opposition activists 7 months ago Another tight one Binyamin Netanyahu hopes to win yet another election in Israel 7 months ago Cabo Delgado, cape of despair America designates a new branch of Islamic State in Mozambique 7 months ago Manufacturing hope African industry is doing better than previously thought 7 months ago Another tight one Binyamin Netanyahu hopes to win yet another election in Israel 7 months ago Bulldozed by reality John Magufuli, Tanzania’s covid-denying president, dies aged 61 7 months ago Tomato truce How a spilled basket of tomatoes paralysed Nigeria 7 months ago Ghost ships and dollar scrip Why some ships vanish before unloading in the Middle East 7 months ago Keyboard surfers Remote working is a lifeline for Kenya’s beach resorts 7 months ago Out and preyed on On gay rights, young Africans share the intolerance of their elders 7 months ago A country divided Ten years of war have broken Syria into pieces 7 months ago

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