This week, we take a look at two big stories in two big magazines: the Atlantic covers how the Obama administration is looking to support gay rights around the world, to the resistance and chagrin of certain African nations; and the Economist profiles Nigerian finance minster Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Also on our radar are stories about the sudden protest that stopped business in South Africa, and an anti-bribery website that’s looking for better global support.
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Source: The Atlantic
Source: The Economist
Source: The Guardian
Source: Bella Naija
Source: The New York Times
Source: Business Day (South Africa)
Source: Celebrating Progress Africa
Source: News24 (South Africa)
Source: My Joy Online (Ghana)