Trump expected to issue 100 state pardons before handover, Akeredolu issues quit notice to herdsmen and more
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Uganda: Internet restored after President Yoweri Museveni's electoral victory
Social media platforms in Uganda played a crucial role in the mobilization of opposition leader Bobi Wine's followers. Shutting down the internet on the eve of polls added to doubts about how fair the elections were.
Tanzania: Internet slowdown comes at a high cost
Tanzania's internet and social media have been disrupted for more than a week, at great cost to the economy and free speech. The slowdown started just before Tanzania's presidential elections.
Donald Trump has Covid-19: The internet reacts
We take at the look at some of the flood of reactions on the internet to Donald Trump testing positive for Covid-19. Plus, as tensions rise with Armenia, Azerbaijan's military has released a bizarre music video. And has new Netflix show "Emily in Paris" hit the mark? Not if you ask the French.
EU calls for greater regulation of US tech companies
The need in Europe for tighter rules on US internet giants has become "urgent," says its anti-monopolies chief Margethe Vestager. Brussels is seeking submissions by September on its planned 'Digital Services Act.'
Facebook laying a huge undersea cable around Africa to boost internet access
Social Media giant, Facebook is building a 37,000-kilometer-long undersea cable around Africa that will provide better internet access. The sub-sea cable will interconnect 23 countries in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe.
Indian state shuts down internet ahead of protests
Authorities in India's most-populous state are bracing for further protests after Friday prayers. At least 16 people have been killed in the state, most of them shot dead.