Nigeria Presidential Election to Test Dominant Parties
By Tim Cocks | Reuters
Nigerians will vote Saturday in what could be their most credible and close electoral contest since military rule ended nearly a quarter of a century ago—and the first in which a presidential candidate who is not from one of the two main parties stands a chance.
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Western Allies Hit Russia With Sanctions on Anniversary of Ukraine Invasion
By Demetri Sevastopulo, Henry Foy & Sam Fleming | Financial Times
Ukraine’s western allies are unveiling a swath of new sanctions targeting Russia’s military, industrial capacity and financial sector as they vow to increase pressure on Vladimir Putin.
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