WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)-- President Barack Obama will host nearly 50 African heads of state for three days in Washington D.C. for the largest U.S.-African summit ever held to strengthen ties with continent.
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On Tuesday, Obama will participate in a business forum and make remarks, and in the evening he and Michelle will host a dinner at the White House for the African leaders.
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