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Market Outlook: Growing African instability

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The repercussions from the cyclone that devastated huge areas of Mozambique and neighbouring nations will takes years, not months, to ripple through. For several days now thousands of protesters have been sitting outside Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s home in the capital Khartoum, demanding regime change. He has ruled the split country for 30 years and is wanted by the International Criminal Court for mass killings in Darfur. In Libya, the capital Tripoli is on high alert as forces loyal to warlord Khalifa Hifter are said to be moving into its southern suburbs prompting a warning from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

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