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Traffic backs up along a busy road in Lagos, Nigeria. The city’s traffic problems stem from geography. Its financial center sits on islands accessible only from a spit of land that once served as the territory’s slave-trading hub. So any disruption there ripples across the city. Lagos is expected to overtake Cairo as Africa’s largest city in 2015. (Associated Press)

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