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President Obama Addresses African Union In Ethiopia

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Obama Becomes First Sitting U.S. President To Visit Ethiopia

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Obama Talks Candidly About Flaws In Kenya's Society

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On A Visit To Kenya, Obama Addresses Fight Against Extremists

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Obama Embarks On First Trip To Kenya As President

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Workers finish installing a billboard showing Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Barack Obama in downtown Nairobi a day before Obama's visit. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Obama's Roots A Source Of Pride — And Discord — In Kenya

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Kenyan graffiti artist Bankslave created a mural of Barack Obama. The president himself will visit Kenya on Friday. One of the president's agenda items is to promote solar power. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Obama Thinks Solar Power Will Boost Kenya; Kenyans Aren't So Sure

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Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza walks with military officials during the country's Independence Day on Wednesday. Despite criticism at home and abroad, the president is defying a two-term limit and running for a third term in an election set for the middle of July. Berthier Mugiraneza/AP hide caption

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Above The Law, A Militia Threatens To Push Burundi To The Brink

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Out Of Broken English, A Film Crafts A Call For Classroom Repairs

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No Easy Answers At Nairobi Summit On Countering Extremism

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Screengrab from the film, Present Tense.

Teens Make Film In Broken English To Explain Why They'll Fail English

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Threats Of Renewed Civil War Forces Thousands To Flee Burundi

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The coffin of Theogene Niyondiko, who was shot dead by police during an opposition demonstration last Friday, is carried in Burundi's capital Bujumbura on Tuesday. Protesters have been demonstrating against President Pierre Nkurunziza, who plans to run for a third term next month. Gildas Ngingo/AP hide caption

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The Trouble That's Brewing In Burundi

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Traffic stands still in Nairobi. People in Kenya's capital don't like getting into cabs driven by strangers. They prefer to call drivers they know or who their friends recommend. Goran Tomasevic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A Taxi App Aims To Build Trust Where Crime Is High

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Can Kenya Convince Somali Refugees To Head Home?

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