Africa News Headlines for 25 April 2015

Sex, Drugs, and Dead Soldiers: What U.S. Africa Command Doesn’t Want You To Know
Source: MintPress News

UN’s Kutesa holds talks with Uganda, Egypt and Somalia
Africa-GreenSource: New Vision

Eritrea: Escape from modern-day Sparta
Source: The Telegraph

U.S. Embassy issues security alert for Gabon
Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor

Burundi president nominated for third term
Source: KTVL/AP

Firefox wants to steal Africa away from Android
Source: Business Tech

World’s happiest country report: Ghana ranks 114
Source: GhanaWeb

Migrants from Africa, culpability in the West: Burman
Source: Toronto Star

Why democracy doesn’t work for African growth
Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor

Togo vote sees low turnout as president seeks third term
Source: Yahoo! News/AFP

World’s first malaria vaccine moves closer to use in Africa
Source: Premium Times

Call for all African universities to tighten security
Source: University World News

The new frontier for international business schools
Source: University World News

Southern Africa bishops condemn murder of elderly nun
Source: Catholic Herald

Boko Haram Should Be Fought With Education not With Weapons
Source: Morocco World News

Liberian Community of DFW to Host Ebola Survivors Fundraiser

AGOA reauthorization update: H.R. 1891 passes House Committee on Ways & Means
Source: Sub-Saharan Monitor

Africa to be centre of world religious boom in the next few decades, with Islam growing fastest
Source: Mail & Guardian