From the Archives: Bill Clinton’s 1998 Trip to Africa

Seventeen years ago today, President Bill Clinton began a historic tour of sub-Saharan Africa. This article appeared in The Metro Herald (Alexandria, Va.), Florida Star-News (Jacksonville), and other newspapers in March and April 1998. ————————- Clinton’s Visit to Africa Richard E. Sincere, Jr. President Clinton leaves on March 22 on an historic 12-day journey through …

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Africa News Headlines for 22 January 2015

South Africans’ secret porn viewing habits Source: Health24 Gates priorities: Improvements in African agriculture, health, education and banking Source: Washington Post Sassou-Nguesso Allies Back Plan to Extend Congo Leader’s Rule Source: Bloomberg So why does Davos matter to Africa? Source: Moneyweb Nigeria’s Elections in 2011 and 2015 Source: Africa in Transition African oil giant to …

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African Leaders Speak at 2014 UN General Assembly – Part III

Nearly every sitting African head of state has spoken during the opening debate of the 69th United Nations General Assembly, or is scheduled to do so. Here are brief excerpts from the speeches delivered on Friday, September 26, with links to the full reported remarks, in chronological order. For the speeches by African leaders that …

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