In rare visit to father’s homeland, much left undone: Unlike his predecessors, President Obama yet to achieve African legacy
The Associated Press
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DAKAR, Senegal — President Barack Obama is receiving the embrace you might expect for a long-lost son on his return to his father’s home continent, even as he has yet to leave a lasting policy legacy for Africa on the scale of his two predecessors.
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