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BUSH AFRICA PRESIDENTS
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April 01, 1998 
File photo showing then U.S. President Bill Clinton greeting the Sow
family in the village of Dal Diam,... 
Johannesburg, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
FILE PHOTO OF PRESIDENT CLINTON GREETING FAMILY DURING HIS TRIP TO
AFRICA. 
File photo showing then U.S. President Bill Clinton greeting the Sow
family in the village of Dal Diam, outside Dakar, on April 1, 1998, on
the last stop of his six-nation African tour. Current U.S. President
George W. Bush starts his own African adventure this week, visiting
five countries in a whistle stop tour from Tuesday to Saturday. Since
Theodore Roosevelt's first visit in 1909 through Clinton's visit in
1998, few U.S. presidents have been sighted in sub-Saharan Africa, a
vast continent whose continued poverty and brutal ethnic warfare
challenge Washington's evolving vision of a global "Pax Americana."
REUTERS/FILE/Win MCNamee/FEATURE/BUSH-AFRICA-PRESIDENTS

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