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Business in Nigeria Africa's testing ground - The Economist
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The EconomistBusiness in Nigeria Africa's testing groundThe EconomistTo make it big in Africa, a business must succeed in Nigeria, the continent's largest market. No one said it would be easy. Aug 23rd 2014 | LAGOS | Business. Timekeeper. Close. Save this article. Click this to add articles to your Timekeeper reading list.Tightening S.Africa-Nigeria trade relationsCNBCAfrica.comall 2 news
 
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Nigeria confirms two more Ebola cases - Washington Post
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CBS NewsNigeria confirms two more Ebola casesWashington PostNigerian officials confirmed two new cases of Ebola on Friday, bringing the number of people who have been stricken with the disease in Africa's most populous nation to 14. Five have died, five have recovered and four are in isolation and being treated.Nigeria Confirms New Ebola Cases, Boy Killed In Liberia Quarantine ZoneHuffington P
 
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2 new Ebola cases in Nigeria called 1st to spread beyond traveller - CBC.ca
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The Hindu2 new Ebola cases in Nigeria called 1st to spread beyond travellerCBC.caNigerian Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu says the country has confirmed two new Ebola cases, the first two that have spread beyond those who had direct contact with the ill traveller from Liberia who brought the disease to Nigeria. Chukwu said Friday ...Why, despite Ebola, Kenya Airways was smart not to cut off Niger
 
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Keshi 'moves on' from talks to return as Nigeria coach - BBC Sport
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BBC SportKeshi 'moves on' from talks to return as Nigeria coachBBC SportStephen Keshi has appeared to rule himself out of a return as Nigeria coach after losing patience with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF). Keshi's contract expired on 30 June, shortly after he led Nigeria to the last 16 at the World Cup, and he had ...“The NFF is not serious” – Keshi ends contract negotiat
 
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Ebola virus may not be contained in Nigeria as two more cases emerge - Al Jazeera America
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Ebola virus may not be contained in Nigeria as two more cases emergeAl Jazeera AmericaTwo new cases of Ebola have emerged in Nigeria and, they are outside the group of caregivers who treated an airline passenger who arrived with Ebola and died, Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said Friday. The two are spouses of a man and woman ...
 
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Two new Ebola cases in Nigeria dash hopes of quick containment - Los Angeles Times
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Two new Ebola cases in Nigeria dash hopes of quick containmentLos Angeles TimesNigerian health officials wait to screen passengers at the arrival hall of the international airport in Lagos earlier this month. Nigerian health officials wait to screen passengers at the arrival hall of the international airport in Lagos earlier this ...
 
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FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Germany, Nigeria face moment of truth - Fifa.com
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Fifa.comFIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Germany, Nigeria face moment of truthFifa.comThe final of the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Canada 2014 is a repeat of the 2010 showpiece between the then hosts Germany and Nigeria. That game went the way of the European side, an outcome the in-form Africans will be aiming to avenge this ...FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final: Nigeria vs Germany - L
 
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Ebola Isn't the Biggest Threat to Nigeria's Oil Industry - NASDAQ
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Wall Street Journal (blog)Ebola Isn't the Biggest Threat to Nigeria's Oil IndustryNASDAQEbola, the deadly disease that has killed some 1,350 people this year, escaped the confines of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia last month and found its way to Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and largest oil producer. According to recent news ...Energy Journal: Nigeria's Stolen Cru
 
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Ebola cases spread in Nigeria; Liberia has 1000 deaths - Concord Monitor
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Ebola cases spread in Nigeria; Liberia has 1000 deathsConcord MonitorA Liberian policeman warns residents of the West Point area to be calm, as they wait for a second consignment of food from the Liberian Government to be handed out, at the West Point area, near the central city area of Monrovia, Liberia, Friday, Aug.
 
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Nigeria Confirms Ebola Cases From Secondary Contact - Voice of America
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Voice of AmericaNigeria Confirms Ebola Cases From Secondary ContactVoice of AmericaOfficials in Nigeria say the Ebola virus in the country has for the first time spread to people who did not have direct contact with the country's first victim, widening the circle of those infected. The development comes as the World Health ...
 
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