Heidi Vogt

Guest

East Africa correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former reporter for the Associated Press in Kabul, Afghanistan

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President Obama got a hero's welcome in  Kenya , and his message of tough love was well received in the land where his father was born.

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For the first time in history, Africa's largest country is undergoing a peaceful transition of power.

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In Washington yesterday, President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron  promised to stay the course  in Afghanistan.

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