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U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about Africa at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art February 14, 2008 in Wasghington, DC. Bush will be traveling to Africa starting February 15.
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Heads of state and representatives at the 10th African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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An agricultural worker prepares cocoa beans.
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A South African gold nugget
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Traffic lights out in Cape Town, South Africa due to a power outtage.
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A Zimbabwean holds the new Zimbabwean dollar 500,000 note. Zimbabwe is suffering an economic collapse, with chronic shortages of hard currency, food and fuel.
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Four-year-old Alpha, hits an aerosol can with a hammer for its aluminium to be reprocessed in Abidjan. Ivory Coast. Some allege that up to 90 percent of Ivorian cocoa supplies are produced by child slaves. At least 200,000 children annually fall victim to traffickers in the west and central African slave trade, the UNICEF estimates.
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