Obama says U.S. food aid policies in Africa are making a difference.
On Monday, President Obama met the 3.2 million year-old hominid “Lucy.“
President Obama convened a meeting with the leaders of three African nations and the African Union Monday in an effort to address the worsening situation in South Sudan, even as he met with Ethiopia’s prime minister to discuss how to strengthen human rights and democratic institutions here.
The president said current Republican political discourse is “ridiculous, if it wasn’t so sad.
He appeared to use his status as a beloved son of Kenya to critique a country still fraught with problems.
The country will be “better off,” he said, if it has a thriving civil society.
The president made a detailed case for what in Kenya needs to change for it to become one of the globe’s emerging powers.
President Obama and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta didn’t just toast each other Saturday night, they danced together.
He pledged support for operations in Kenya and Somalia, including increased training and funding.