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Obama to Talk Economics During Kenya, Ethiopia Visit

President Barack Obama leaves Thursday for a trip to Ethiopia and Kenya, homeland of his father, as he highlights growth in American economic links with sub-Saharan Africa. Obama arrives in

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Obama Hosts Nigeria’s Buhari

VOA News – U.S. President Barack Obama has met with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari at the White House to discuss the threat posed by Boko Haram militants and other issues. Obama

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Wycliffe Associates Installing Print On Demand Systems for Quick, Easy Access to Printed Scriptures in Dangerous Areas

(Orlando, Florida, USA)—Wycliffe Associates has launched a program that enables local Christians to print the Bible on demand in nations where owning a copy of the Bible can lead to

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Nigerian President Buhari to Meet with Obama on US Trip

VOA News – President Barack Obama is hosting Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari for a meeting Monday at the White House with the threat posed by Boko Haram militants expected to


Rwandan Lawmakers Back Move to Abolish Presidential Term Limits

VOA News – Rwandan lawmakers approved a measure Tuesday that would pave the way for President Paul Kagame to seek re-election when his second term ends in 2017. Both houses

Africa Business Headlines

Moneygram Strengthens ties with gabon

DALLAS – MoneyGram International (NASDAQ: MGI), a provider of innovative money transfer services, recently hosted members of Banque Gabonaise de Developpement (BGD), a leading commercial bank headquartered in Gabon, Central

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GE Provides $100,000 Grants to University of Ghana Students

Scholarship to cover full tuition for four-year degree Financial aid to needy students to augment the country’s human resource base One hundred students of the University of Ghana will have

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Malawi Cabinet Ministers, British Nationals Implicated in a $1.5-Million Scandal

Malawi24 – New evidence has emerged that implicates senior members of the Malawi ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and other cabinet ministers who have been working with British nationals to