Bush Ends Africa Trip with Pledges of Aid

President Bush wraps up a five-day, five-country tour of Africa. At his final stop in Abuja, Nigeria, the president says his administration is committed to helping improve economic conditions in Africa, and also pledges to work with African nations to reverse the rampant spread of AIDS across the continent. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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