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SweepSouth Wants to Transform South Africa's Domestic Service Industry
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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Nigerian Startup Fashpa Revolutionizes How West Africans Buy Clothes
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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Inside the world's first emotionally powered store
Research shows that Christmas shopping can be as stressful as running a marathon.
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One Farmer's Journey From Agriculture to Algorithms
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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How iRoko’s Founder Built a Nollywood Empire to Rival Netflix
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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Ghanaian App Offers Salvation Through Your Smartphone
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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30.11.16 1:58
Africa's Tech Revolution
The continent’s startup scene is changing lives and transforming economies. Newsweek's Conor Gaffey and Anthony Cuthbertson have profiled eight of the tech companies to watch out for in the future.
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24.11.16 0:55
Five Facts About Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh
Yahya Jammeh seized power in Gambia in 1994 with a bloodless military coup. He has since won four elections, all of which have been contested or marred by violence.
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The Populists Who Could End Decades of European Liberalism
Across Western Europe, right-wing populists are preparing for battles in major elections. Newsweek takes a look at four of the key figures involved in some of the biggest elections.
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21.11.16 1:21
Harry Potter In Numbers
With the launch of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them comes the expansion of the Harry Potter Universe. Newsweek explore the wizarding world through some of the key numbers.
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14.11.16 1:45
Star Wars Identities Exhibition Comes To London
X3 Productions brings it's brand new exhibition to London's O2 arena.
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11.11.16 2:15
Germany's Migrant Crisis
In 2015, Germany was one of Europe's most generous countries towards asylum-seekers but as Germany began to struggle with the influx of migrants, anti-immigration sentiment rose.
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09.11.16 1:06
5 Reasons Trump Won The U.S. Presidency
After almost two years of campaigning, Donald J. Trump has been elected the 45th President of The United States. There are endless reasons behind his win, Newsweek looks at five of the key ones...
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The United States Supreme Court In 2 Minutes
With Trump's historic win in the 2016 presidential election and one vacant seat, the fate of the United States Supreme Court is in his hands.
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07.11.16 1:15
Geraldine Fasnacht: BASE Jumper
Thirty-six-year-old Geraldine Fasnacht has been BASE jumping for 15 years, and she’s jumped off mountains more than 3,000 times. Fasnacht recently became record holder for highest jump.
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Ukrainian Female Fighters: The Right To Fight
There are over 18,000 women in Ukraine's Armed Forces but before June 2016 only a small fraction were allowed to serve in combat positions.
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31.10.16 2:09
How Russia Annexed Crimea
During February 2014, anonymous pro-Russian militants seized public buildings in Crimea.
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27.10.16 1:32
The Battle For Mosul
The Iraqi government forces allied with Kurdish forces have begun their advance on the ISIS-held city of Mosul in October.
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Jacob Zuma's Five Biggest Scandals
South African President Jacob Zuma has encountered all manner of trials and tribulations, from legal battles to corruption accusations to fielding questions about his knowledge of HIV transmission.
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18.10.16 0:56
Go Inside 108: The Exciting New Restaurant From The Noma Team
Danish chef Kristian Baumann is on a mission to make Noma’s livelier, less expensive offshoot as successful as its parent—one of the best restaurants in the world.
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Trump Vs Clinton: Where The Battle Will Be Won And Lost
In one of the most engaging US Presidential Elections in recent years, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are battling it out to become residents of the White House in November.
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Bethan Laura Wood- British Design's Brightest New Spark
Bethan Laura Wood graduated with an MA in Product Design from the Royal College of Art.
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30.09.16 1:29
Ryder Cup 2016: Everything you need to know
The biennial golf tournament between the U.S. and Europe takes place at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota from September 30 - October 2.
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28.09.16 1:24
After Decades in Israel, Ethiopian Jews Face Increasing Discrimination
In Ethiopia, 9,000 Jews are waiting to move to Israel—but it may not be the promised land after all.
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The Movers And Shakers In Russia's Parliamentary Elections
Russia will hold its seventh parliamentary elections on September 18 and the fate of the Kremlin’s biggest opponents and allies hangs in the balance. Newsweek look at the big names in these elections.
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Raila Odinga: Kenya’s Nearly Man
Odinga tells Newsweek about his campaign against the electoral commission before the 2017 vote.
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Eight Surprising Facts About Recep Tayyip Erdogan
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, almost lost his power back in July after an attempted coup failed.
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Zambia's Election In 60 Seconds
Following constitutional amendements in 2015, Zambia will hold another presidential election on August 11.
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A Guide To Rio 2016
Everything you need to know about the Rio 2016 Olympics, from opening ceremony date to how many tickets are sold...
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