Lulu Xingwana, South Africa’s agriculture minister, said a victory for Obama in the November presidential election could lead to increased focus of the United States on the problems of Africa and other impoverished areas.
“Obama has made history,” she said. “We did not believe that in this time of history it would have been possible to have a black presidential candidate, but Obama has turned the tables upside down.”
“I hope he will prioritize not only Africa but poor countries the world over,” she said.
Obama’s triumph over Hillary Clinton triggered celebrations in Kenya, where his father was born. People gathered around television sets to watch the news and hoisted plastic cups of “Obama” beer.
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U.S. District Judge Dabney L. Friedrich dismissed the allegations, writing in her opinion that the plaintiffs had not produced sufficient proof.
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Biden has a competitive drive to outdo Barack Obama, so Biden’s current showing must be disappointing to him.
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84 percent of non-white respondents said they supported requiring photo ID.