Calls for Obama, Romney to Include Africa in Debates


American lobby groups advocating stronger United States government action to bring peace to Central and East Africa are calling on candidates in the U.S. presidential elections to give their views on "the growing crisis in Sudan", as well as the regulation of conflict minerals in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the hunt for Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony in central Africa.
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