Former Apollo CEO Leon Black has been hit with a lawsuit claiming that he raped a woman

Former Apollo Global Management chief executive, Leon Black, has been hit with a lawsuit claiming that he raped and harassed a young Russian model, Opec and its allies caused oil markets to jump by sticking with their plan to only gradually release more barrels into the oil market, and Germany’s Green Party is struggling to maintain momentum as a September election approaches. Plus, Djibouti is one of Africa’s fastest growing economies. The FT’s east and central Africa correspondent, Andres Schipani, explains what is happening there.


Ex-Apollo CEO Leon Black raped and harassed Russian model, lawsuit alleges

https://www.ft.com/content/72244917-3208-43ab-b076-513c9fc058ee


Oil prices rally as Opec+ producers agree slow supply increase

https://www.ft.com/content/e74a09b0-9ce3-46f0-95b9-5fa7f0792dce


Germany’s Greens lose their lustre as election heats up

https://www.ft.com/content/5c477906-c15c-4de9-bcf7-6cdbe5eb413d?


Djibouti’s port dream to become the ‘Singapore of Africa’

https://www.ft.com/content/15aefce3-2e6b-4e1a-b480-bfc066f7d8dd



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