Monday, April 21, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 21 April 2014

The science of why most marathon winners are from east Africa
Source: Vox

How Uganda Helped Me Mark Passover
Source: The Jewish Daily Forward

Aid To Sub-Sahara Expected To Decline – Analysis
Source: Eurasia Review

Nairobi, Addis Ababa nearing global city status
Source: Standard Digital

Africa's Elephant Havens Threatened by Political, Military Moves
Source: Auto World News

Africa gets new fund for climate change projects
Source: Standard Digital

Nigeria’s Boko Haram: “We Are in Abuja!”
Source: Africa in Transition

Humans May Have Left Africa Earlier Than Thought

Robert Mugabe is the lowest paid President in Africa
Source: ZimDaily

What Jews Can Learn From Rwandans
Source: The Jewish Daily Forward

International aid can’t arrive soon enough for the Central African Republic
Source: Washington Post

Tanzania set to relax its rules on capital controls
Source: Daily News

African Currency Unit: An Urgent Question in the Midst of the Capitalist Crisis
Source: Toward Freedom

Senegal's ex-president Wade to return home
Source: AFP

New Report Commissioned by Born Free USA Confirms Organized Crime, Government Corruption, and Militia Links to Elephant Poaching and the Ivory Trade
Source: Gnomes National News Service

Lawmakers push for expedited Congolese adoptions
Source: The Hill

South Africa's ANC set for two-thirds majority: poll
Source: Reuters