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Reuters/Noor Khamis - Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni (front R) arrives for the Heads of States and Governments International Conference on the Great Lakes Region in Nairobi July 31, 2013.
Africa in the News: Museveni Takes HIV Test, Boko Haram and Anasaru Placed on U.S. Official Terrorist List, and Rising Consumer Demand Attracts American Investment
November 15, 2013, Jessica Pugliese
In this week’s news recap, Jessica Pugliese discusses Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni efforts to raise awareness on HIV testing, the formal U.S. designation of Boko Haram and Ansaru as terrorist groups, and rising consumer demand in the sub-Saharan Africa region.
U.S. Economic Performance
U.S. Metro Areas
Business and Finance
October 2013, Alberto Trejos
October 21, 2013, Witney Schneidman
September 25, 2013, Allan A. Friedman
September 17, 2013, Brad McDearman, Ryan Donahue and Nick Marchio
September 3, 2013, Richard V. Reeves
August 2013, Charles K. Ebinger and Govinda Avasarala
June 3, 2013, Mark Muro
May 13, 2013, Mark Muro
May 2013, Carlo Bastasin
April 11, 2013
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