Here is an ADMIXTURE run on the Xing et al. (2010) dataset using markers with less than 1% genotyping no-calls. Populations (left-to-right) are: Alur, Hema, Luhya (from Africa), and CEU, Tuscan, Slovenian, Urkarah, and Kurdish (from Western Eurasia).
Most West Eurasians have no trace of Sub-Saharan ancestry, except Kurds (estimated here at 2.3% overall, range: 1-3.6%), and a couple of Slovenians (4.5% and 1.6%, overall 0.2%). The fairly uniform distribution in Kurds suggests to me that this is an ancient phenomenon reflecting gene flow between the Near East and Africa and not a recent phenomenon.
The Hema are an African population exhibiting West Eurasian affinities (11.0%, range: 4.2-15.2%). Consult my comments on the original Xing et al. article on some information on these Nilo-Saharan pastoralists from the Democratic Republic of Congo.