Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 25 June 2014

African heartbreak as Ivory Coast out of World Cup
Source: Economic Times/AP

Over 400 Tanzanians in foreign jails over drugs
Source: IPP Media

Uganda Lashes Out at U.S. Sanctions; Will Hurt 'Most Vulnerable'
Source: The Advocate

What does Wikipedia need to do in Africa?

Serenus Biotherapeutics sees large potential market in Africa
Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Growing CIA and Pentagon Involvement in Africa
Source: Global Research

Germany announces new approach to Africa development cooperation
Source: EurActiv

Ebola epidemic in West Africa 'out of control'
Source: CNN

Anti-Gay UN Assembly President: An Unnecessary Obstacle
Source: Huffington Post

Africa's ecosystems imperilled by mining frenzy
Source: The Ecologist

Green Bay boy takes love of baseball to Africa
Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette

War on polio: A call to African mothers
Source: Aljazeera

Pernod to Bottle Indian Whisky Brands in Africa
Source: The Spirits Business

International arbitration Africa style
Source: The Global Legal Post

Japan firms losing to rivals in Africa
Source: Japan Times

Canada to open Africa trade office in Joburg

Organic farm in Benin, an example for Africa
Source: News24

Who is Sam Kahamba Kutesa?
Source: New Vision

Out of Africa And Into Asia – Chocolate Makers Eye Asian Demand
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Thank Africa’s lousy internet for Facebook’s improved Android app
Source: Quartz

Jill Biden to travel to Africa
Source: Miami Herald/McClatchy

Illegal Trade, Poaching Help Fund Terror Activities in Africa: Report
Source: NDTV

The 12 Hottest Startups In Africa
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Nigeria: African Country At An Economic Turning Point
Source: NASDAQ