Sunday, November 2, 2014

Africa News Headlines for 2 November 2014

Virginia Senate hopeful Robert Sarvis talks about U.S. policy toward Africa

You’ll never guess which country Googles gay porn the most
Source: PinkNews

Sex workers are devaluing our properties - residents
Source: Sowetan

African Youth Will Rather Save — Barclays Report
Source: The Guardian

Otafiire to media: Stop harassing Mbabazi
Source: New Vision

Maybe Better News on Ebola?
Source: Africa in Transition

Africa adopts sustainable transport plan
Source: RTCC

Eni makes major oil find offshore Congo
Source: UPI

Kutesa mourns fallen Zambian President
Source: New Vision

Uganda-North Korea Ties Grow Amid Democracy Doubts
Source: ABC News/AP

Burkina Faso President Resigns, Military Takes Over
Source: The Wall Street Journal

Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan Runs for Re-Election
Source: Africa in Transition

Ebola: Nigeria protests maltreatment of citizens; names 22 erring countries
Source: Daily Post

Denver goes gorilla for Tinga and gorilla conservation in Africa
Source: The Denver Post

Dallas church volunteers serve refugees in Africa
Source: WFAA

South Sudan: How to End Economic Domination by Foreigners?
Source: Foreign Policy Journal

Burkina Faso a warning to other African leaders
Source: The China Post/AFP

IMF optimistic about Uganda’s reforms
Source: New Vision

UN pays tribute to Sata
Source: Sunday Post

Businesswomen need a network-Graca Machel
Source: The Independent

How North Korea is tackling Ebola
Source: The Guardian

Statement by World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim At Joint Press Conference on Ebola with Ghanaian Vice President H.E. Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur
Source: World Bank

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