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It's Muhammadu Buhari
As BuzzFeed News' Hayes Brown writes, Buhari is "a former leader of Nigeria who previously took power through a coup, was ousted in yet another coup, and has since tried and failed repeatedly to return to power." For more information on Buhari, check out BuzzFeed News' Hayes Brown's profile of the former military ruler.
Responding to pressure from business leaders, activist groups, and their own communities, Indiana and Arkansas lawmakers have made revisions to their "religious freedom" bills that explicitly provides protections for LGBT-people. For a deep dive into the differences — and similarities — between Indiana and Arkansas' bills, check out Philip Bump's great analysis in the Washington Post.
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It's South Africa
He grew up in Soweto, has a South African mother and Swiss father, and speaks six languages. For a more in-depth look at Noah, check out his 2013 interview with Culture Magazine.
The water restriction is the first of its kind in the state's history. Catch up on the story by reading BuzzFeed News' Stephanie McNeal's write-up on the restrictions.
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It's 10 years.
This one is tricky. According to the New York Times, what the parties to agreed to in Lausanne, "would drastically cut Iran’s capability for 10 years and then allow it to build up gradually for the next five." The talks now moves into a more formalized phase, with a deadline set at the end of June. Catch up on what happened in Lausanne withthis piece by BuzzFeed News' Rosie Gray.
The company has announced it will will soon be paid one dollar above the local minimum wage — but only for those who work in outlets owned by the company itself, not franchises. As a result, the changes will affect employees at about 10% of McDonald’s 14,000 locations in the U.S. Check out BuzzFeed News' Matthew Zeitlin's piece on the policy.
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He didn't actually come up with the name. Jay-Z had bought the company, which was already called Tidal, earlier this year for $56 million. For a look at Jay-Z's fancy press conference,check out this piece by BuzzFeed News' Reggie Ugwu.