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Knocking Gnassingbé: Togo’s President Suffers An Electoral Setback - 'The Economist'
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Can Mongolia's Disappearing Way of Life be Saved? - 'Al Jazeera English - In Pictures'
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Life After the Caliphate - 'Thomson Reuters Foundation'
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Kenya Prepares to Close the World's Largest Refugee Camp - 'Vice News'
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Whisky and Dusbtep - 'The Intelligence Podcast by The Economist'
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Fancy a Sip of 3D Printed Whisky - 'The Economist - 1843'
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An End to Goat Plague? - 'The Economist'
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Tough to Unseat: A Year After Big Protests, Faure Gnassingbé Hangs on in Togo - 'The Economist'
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Elections in Morocco: The Challenge to Provide More Modernity and Authenticity - 'The Economist'
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Low water levels at Victoria Falls and Africa’s worst drought in 30 years - 'Daily Telegraph'
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Disruptive Technology May Change the Whisk(e)y Industry - 'The Economist'
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The Manchester Attack and the Difficulty of Prevention - 'The Atlantic'
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To Go or Not to Go: That is the Question for the President - 'The Economist'
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What London Police Learned From the Last Big Attack - 'The Atlantic'
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Hunger and Child Abandonment in North South Sudan - 'Al Jazeera English'
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Southern Africa's Drought: Too Little, Too Late - 'The Economist'
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Fleeing Famine in Northern South Sudan - 'Al Jazeera English'
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Hunger Gnaws at Host Families in Boko Haram-Hit Northeast Nigeria - 'Thomson Reuters Foundation'
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Boko Haram's Decline Raises Hopes of the Displaced - 'Al Jazeera English'
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Female Refugees Are Being Forced to Sell Sex to Survive Southern Africa’s Drought - 'Vice News'
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A Prelude to Famine? - 'Barcroft TV'
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African Startups Bet on Blockchain to Tackle Land Fraud - 'Thomson Reuters Foundation'
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Look Up: UAVs in the Urban Environment - 'British Journal of Photography', 'Vice', 'De Standaard'
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Welcome to the Jungle: Inside the Calais Migrant Camp - 'The New Internationalist'
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Thurston Moore and Pussy Riot Talk FIFA, Punk and Putin - 'NME'
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The Last PI in London - 'The New Statesman'
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Inside the Party Dungeon of a Saudi Arms Dealer - 'Vice'
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Meet the Man Building Autonomous Kamikaze Swarm Drones for the US Military - 'Vice.com'
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Who is Adnan Khashoggi? - 'The Gentleman's Journal'
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What’s holding back Britain’s adoptions of foreign children? - 'The New Internationalist'
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Cardiff University Students Got an Innocent Man’s Murder Conviction Overturned - 'Vice.com'
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The Shooting of Sabeen Mahmud: Defiance and Fear in Pakistan - 'The New Internationalist'
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London’s Romanian Diaspora Mobilised to Stop Their Prime Minister Becoming President - 'Vice.com'
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Togo Security Forces Clash with Protesters in North, Boy Killed - 'Thomson Reuters'
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Could laboratory-made whisky be the future of spirit making - 'Daily Telegraph'
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Meat Production As a Remote Concept - Personal Project
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Festival Promos - 'Bloc.'