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President Obama’s Africa Push

President Obama’s Africa Push

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Is Africa The Next Frontier For Global Capitalism?

Is Africa The Next Frontier For Global Capitalism?

When it comes to rising economies, China and India have perceived many of a spotlight. But this past week, African leaders collected in a nation’s capitol to tell their story — one that suggests that, collectively, their countries can transcend a enlargement intensity of many of a rest of a world. In what has differently […]

Why a US-Africa Summit Was Important and Why It Wasn’t Enough

Why a US-Africa Summit Was Important and Why It Wasn’t Enough

It was a best of times, it was a misfortune of times…. It was a open of hope, it was a winter of despair. Those difference penned by Charles Dickens about a duration heading adult to a French Revolution seem utterly germane to Africa currently on a heels of a first-ever U.S.-Africa Summit. The Summit […]

Tracing Ebola’s Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old

Tracing Ebola’s Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old

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Ebola outbreak: Guinea closes borders with West Africa countries

Ebola outbreak: Guinea closes borders with West Africa countries

Guinea sealed a borders with Sierra Leone and Liberia on Saturday in a bid to hindrance a widespread of an Ebola widespread that has killed scarcely 1,000 people in a 3 countries this year. Authorities pronounced a preference was taken essentially to forestall putrescent people channel into Guinea, a republic where during slightest 367 people […]

Brampton Civic Hospital treating studious from Africa with flu-like symptoms

Brampton Civic Hospital treating studious from Africa with flu-like symptoms

A Brampton sanatorium is holding precautionary measures after a studious who recently trafficked to Canada from Nigeria came down with a heat and other flu-like symptoms. The studious arrived during a puncture dialect during William Osler Health System’s Brampton Civic Hospital on Friday. “Osler sees and treats several patients a week with identical symptoms given […]

After US-Africa summit, ‘hard work’ ahead

After US-Africa summit, ‘hard work’ ahead

Ghana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Hanna Tetteh in her hotel room in Washington D.C. after a U.S-Africa Leaders Summit, Thursday Aug 7, 2014.(Photo: USA TODAY/Avery Hartmans) WASHINGTON — With this week’s rare U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit assembly here, Africans and Americans took a vast initial step toward a destiny of stronger mercantile ties. But it will […]

President Obama Speaks during a US-Africa Business Forum

President Obama Speaks during a US-Africa Business Forum

President Barack Obama delivers remarks during a U.S.-Africa Business Forum during a U.S. Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson) This afternoon, President Obama spoke to a throng that enclosed 50 African leaders, during a U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington, D.C. The Business Forum is partial […]

UN Agency Calls Ebola Outbreak an International Health Emergency

UN Agency Calls Ebola Outbreak an International Health Emergency

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Ignatius: Helping Africa turn some-more secure

Ignatius: Helping Africa turn some-more secure

President Barack Obama listens to a doubt during his news discussion during U.S. African Leaders Summit on Wednesday. (Photo: AP ) President Barack Obama touted this week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit as “an unusual event.” That might sound like hype, though a entertainment featured some innovative new ideas to forestall terrorism and anarchy from swelling in […]

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