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The president’s point man on Africa, Ambassador Donald Yamamoto, says we’re there to support and assist African nations.
It’s a busy time, with the ongoing investigation into the deaths of four U.S. servicemen who were killed in an ambush in Niger last year.
- Donald Yamamoto Acting assistant secretary of State for African Affairs; former ambassador to Ethiopia and Djibouti
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