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The main limit to transferring electricity from the deserts to Europe in the long term is neither technological nor economic.
Boko Haram should not be allowed to succeed in preventing Nigerian girls from going to school, says Hafsat Abiola-Costello.
Evidence suggests the world has entered a period of low volatility in the financial markets. But this is no time for complacency, says Ian Goldin.
Catch up on the highlights from this year’s World Economic Forum on Africa, which took place in Abuja, Nigeria.
Twenty-five percent of all young people are unemployed, and finding ways to teach them new skills and find jobs is a global imperative, says Judith Rodin.
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