Sub-Saharan Africa's population will double by 2050, while China's will decrease by 2 percent.
Clean energy was one of the 17 sustainable development goals adopted by UN members to be completed by 2030.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is the second African leader to meet with Trump at the White House. Kenyatta's office says he and Trump will focus on trade and regional security.
With $69 bn in remittances in 2017, India retains top slot followed by China, Philippines, says World Bank
India had in 2015 received remittance of US $68.91 billion, which fell to US $62.74 billion in the following year and has now risen to US $68.96 billion in 2017.
The police entailed moving out migrants who had been living around an aid centre set up in the Porte de la Chapelle
Hundreds of coffee lovers queued early Thursday in an upmarket Johannesburg shopping centre as international chain Starbucks opened its first cafe in sub-Saharan Africa.
World Bank projects 702 million people or 9.6% of world's population to live in extreme poverty in 2015, down from 902 million people or 12.8% in 2012
The appointment of Guy Scott as Zambia's acting president until elections are held within 90 days followed the death of President Michael Sata in a London hospital after a long illness.
Libya has grown increasingly lawless since the 2011 overthrow of dictator Muanmar Gadhafi, making it a migration hub for sub-Saharan Africans seeking a better life.
The issue is not about comparison - whether nutritionally our children look worse than the Sub Saharan African children or not, but about the absolute truth: that a large number of our children are malnourished.
Due to a fundamental error in the way malnutrition is measured by WHO, India's child malnutrition levels appear worse than sub-Saharan Africa. It is a myth.
Concerted efforts to control diarrhea and pneumonia, the biggest killers of children under the age of five, could save the lives of up to 2 million of the world's poorest children each year, the United Nations Children's Fund said on Friday.
Almost as shocking as India's high prevalence of child malnutrition is the country's failure to reduce it, despite the economy tripling between 1990 and 2005.