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U.S. President Barack Obama is seeking to build a new U.S. economic partnership with Africa as he visits Tanzania at the end of a tour of the fast-growing continent.
Obama's trip to Dar es Salaam occurs three months after a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who came shortly after taking office.
Many Africans see the U.S. leader's three-nation tour of Africa as an attempt to play catch-up.
The U.S. president, whose arrival was marked by a 21-gun salute, meets his predecessor, George W. Bush, who is also visiting.
They will join a ceremony on Tuesday (July 2) to lay a wreath to those killed in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombing in Tanzania.
Tanzania welcomes Obama (0:44)
July 1 - U.S. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive in Tanzania for talks with President Jakaya Kikwete. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) ( Transcript )