Africa News Headlines for 7 April 2015

Chumbe Island, off the Zanzibar coast in Africa, promotes marine conservation but counts on tourism
Source: Yakima Herald

Here’s 4 Challenges Nigeria’s New Leader Must Overcome
Source: TIME

Suspects in Kenya university attack appear in court
Africa-GreenSource: USA Today

Childhood obesity in South Africa
Source: BioMed Central

Boosting African democracy
Source: The Hill

EFF’s pot position gives Pagad jitters
Source: IOL/Cape Argus

Boko Haram Still An Imminent Threat
Source: Africa in Transition

The Cruel Contradiction of al-Shabab
Source: Slate

Making sense of horrific violence in Kenya
Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor

‘Sub-Saharan Monitor’ Marks One Year of Publication
Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor

Gabon: Joint regional summit on terrorism postponed
Source: StarAfrica

Kenya seeks more Western help after university attack
Source: Reuters

Analyst: Al-Shabaab ‘Morphing’ into ‘Transnational’ Terror Org
Source: Breitbart

Nigerian superhero puts a fresh face on graphic novels
Source: Mashable

The African Petroleum Producers Association Calls for Global Oil Cut
Source: Oil & Gas Eurasia

Targeting the militants of al-Shabab with airstrikes is easier said than done
Source: PRI’s The World

Terror attack, threats of more violence raise security questions for Obama’s Kenya visit
Source: Fox News

As race to the higher education mountain top hots up, African universities need big funds boost
Source: Mail & Guardian

Jon Stewart, Comedy Central Should ‘Rescind’ Trevor Noah’s ‘Daily Show’ Deal, Top Jewish Group Says
Source: The Wrap

Israel PM Netanyahu calls Uhuru over Garissa attack, says ready to offer any support to fight terrorism
Source: The Star