Sunday, August 3, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 3 August 2014

Africa summit could slow commutes, close streets next week in Washington
Source: Washington Post

US-Africa oil trade wanes after shale revolution
Source: Financial Times

Late to the party, Obama seeks bigger U.S. Africa role
Source: Global Post/Reuters

Emirates starts daily services to Abuja
Source: Zawya

Is Morocco Leading by Example?
Source: Atlantic Council

The Boko Haram Economy
Source: Foreign Policy

Yali recipient inspired
Source: The Standard

Investing in Africa becomes attractive
Source: USA Today

Rwanda’s Unfinished Miracle
Source: New York Times

Why are ‘Mbabazi youths’ silent?
Source: The Observer

Where is human rights in the Africa summit?
Source: The Washington Post

Mobile Money Grows In Africa But Hurdles Remain
Source: Gulf Business

Outcasts and vexing guests at Obama’s Africa summit
Source: The News

Iran Ready to Train Tanzanian Red Cross Workers
Source: Fars News Agency

Congressman: Obama denying Nigeria help to fight terror
Source: WorldNetDaily

Letter to Barack Obama from a Swaziland jail cell
Source: The Guardian

Obama Looks to Build Africa Legacy Through Investment Over Aid
Source: Newsmax

US to announce billions of dollars in deals at Africa Summit
Source: Sunday's Zaman

AIDS conference delegates seek asylum in Australia
Source: Sydney Morning Herald

Obama woos African leaders to counter growing Chinese influence
Source: The Guardian

Africa's complicated, so get it right
Source: Business Day

US-Africa Summit to Focus on Stability, Youth
Source: Tadias Magazine

Kenya set to feature strongly in US-Africa talks
Source: Standard Digital

Critics are angry, but ordinary Rwandans prefer Kagame style of leadership
Source: Rwanda Eye

Uhuru force of reckoning in Obama ‘reclamation’ of Africa
Source: Capital FM

World’s Park Rangers Murdered in Widespread ‘Bush War’
Source: Environment News Service

US holds summit with African heads of state
Source: Yahoo! News UK/Aljazeera

Politics of convenience catches up with gay law
Source: The Observer

Chinese Firm Signs $478.9 Million Kenya Lamu Port Deal
Source: Wall Street Journal