Africa News Headlines for 16 May 2014

Mbabazi: Museveni may not run in 2016
Source: The Observer

Farm Workers in Africa Pessimistic About Their Lives
Source: Gallup World

Architecture: Africa in the making
Source: The Africa Report

Life on the run from homophobia
Source: Mail & Guardian

Premier Commits To Carry On Fight Against Poaching And Ivory Trade
Source: China Topix

Tullow may start fracking in Kenya
Source: Irish Examiner

Kenya angry at Western travel warnings as tourists leave
Source: Globe & Mail

2015: Foreign military assistance and Nigeria’s internal politics
Source: National Mirror

Howard French On China’s ‘Wild Rush’ Into Africa
Source: China Digital Times

Kenya activist takes railway project to court, again
Source: Turkish Press

De Beers Sponsors Africa Youth Games
Source: Rapaport/

NNLG facilitates training of 180 Nigerians in ship building in South Korea
Source: Business Day

Angola’s oil exports to fall in July-shipping list
Source: Reuters

Private reserve joins efforts on wildlife conservation in Tanzania
Source: eTurbo News

US Embassy in Kenya requests security upgrade
Source: Martins Ferry Times Leader/AP

Can cross-border cooperation save the endangered rhino?
Source: PBS Newshour

Trafficking and Torturing Eritrean Refugees
Source: Dissident Voice