USAFRICOM-related news stories for May 5, 2010 (From the Beltway/From and About Africa)

Recent Publications on Morocco, Senegal, Khartoum, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Somalia, Niger, Guinea, Mali, Chad, Darfur,

U.S. Africa Command conducts exercise with Morocco and Senegal (World Tribune)

U.S. Africa Command has completed arrangements for a maritime counter-insurgency exercise in the Mediterranean Sea in May 2010.

Clinton Defends U.S. Record on Khartoum (AllAfrica.com)

The United States Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, has defended the Obama administration’s record on Sudan, saying although she is “certainly not satisfied” with what it has achieved, “it is an immensely complicated arena.”

US envoy visits Sudan for first time since elections (AFP)

WASHINGTON – US envoy Scott Gration returned this week to Sudan, his first visit there since last month’s controversial elections, to pursue efforts to stabilize both southern and western parts of the country.

For additional relevant articles of interest, go to: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30921548/AFRICOM-Related-News-Clips-May-5-2010

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