Monday, August 4
(Washington, DC) -- Leaders from four-dozen African nations are in Washington, DC today, where President Obama will host a three-day summit. The event is expected to highlight deals worth billions of dollars. The opening of the conference coincides with the release of a new poll showing Africans are most concerned about jobs. The poll conducted by the anti-poverty campaign ONE also finds education and security high on the list of Africans' concerns.