Obama's U.S.-Africa Summit - Who's In, Who's Out
Egypt, Eritrea, Guinea-Bissau, Madagascar, Sudan, Western Sahara and Zimbabwe have not been invited by President Barack Obama to the U.S.-Africa Summit in Washington in August. But President Uhuru Kenyatta has, despite being under indictment at the International Criminal Court.
The Star, 23 January 2014
THE White House yesterday said President Obama would invite President Uhuru Kenyatta to Washington for a summit in August.read more »
Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF 'Not Bothered' By U.S. Snub
SW Radio Africa, 23 January 2014
ZANU PF has stated it is "not bothered" by the US decision not to invite Robert Mugabe to a landmark summit, set to be hosted by Barack Obama later this year.read more »
Voice of America, 23 January 2014
Gambia's main opposition leader said he hopes President Barack Obama will call on President Yahya Jammeh and other African leaders being invited to attend the upcoming U.S.-Africa... read more »
Voice of America, 22 January 2014
The White House said U.S. President Barack Obama will invite leaders of nearly 50 African governments to an August summit in Washington.read more »
Capital FM, 23 January 2014
The United States Embassy in Kenya says it hopes President Uhuru Kenyatta will accept an invitation from President Barack Obama to attend the US-Africa Summit in August.read more »
Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, U.S. President Barack Obama and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at Nelson Mandela's memorial service.