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  1. A Monster Called Israel
  2. Lull in Gaza Rocket Fire, Israel Keeps Up Strikes
  3. Hamas Tells Sudan It Will Avenge Israeli Bombing of Arms Plant
  4. Heavy Fighting Renews In Southern Somalia
  5. Political Struggle Erupts Over Newly Occupied Somalia Regions
  6. Thousands Rally in Egypt Against Israeli Violence in Gaza
  7. Death Toll Hits 30 In Israel's Onslaught on Gaza
  8. US Appoints New Ambassador to Zimbabwe
  9. Zimbabwe Diamond Exports to Belgium Hit Record High
  10. Egyptians Rally in Cairo to Condemn Israeli Attacks on Gaza
  11. Israeli Attacks on Gaza Strip Shows West's True Face, Says HezbollahLeader
  12. Egypt Prime Minister to Visit Gaza
  13. Gaza Crisis: Israel's Defense Minister Calls Up Army Reservists
  14. Hamas Leader Meshaal in Sudan for Islamic Meeting
  15. Xi Jinping Elected General Secretary of the Communist Party of ChinaCentral Committee
  16. Palestinian Commander of the al-Qassam Brigades Killed in IsraeliAirstrike
  17. Palestinian Commander Assassinated as Israel Plans More Attacks AgainstGaza
  18. Obama May Appoint Rice as Top Foreign Envoy for US Imperialism
  19. Another US-backed Puppet Regime Installed in Libya
  20. Full Text of Resolution From the Communist Party of China CentralCommittee Report
  21. Chaos Will Resurrect If Uganda Leaves Somalia
  22. Al-Shabab Continues Resitance in Somalia
  23. Pentagon Runs Counterinsurgency Website Targeting Somalia
  24. Shares Decline on Fiscal Concerns In the US and Europe
  25. Pentagon Alerted Within 50 Minutes of Benghazi Attack in Libya
  26. France Controls Billions in Libyan National Assets Stolen DuringImperialist War
  27. Another Arrest to be Made in Detroit Pension Fund Deal
  28. Flagship of Latin American Resistance Sails Ahead
  29. Salifist Spokesman Calls for Destruction of Pyramids in Egypt
  30. Egyptians Sign Letter and March in Cairo Against IMF Loan Talks
  31. Universities Discuss Higher Education Amendment Bill
  32. South African Mine Unrest Comes Home to Roost
  33. Know Your Author: Ama Ata Aidoo
  34. Obama Just Another American President
  35. West Threatens Africa's Food Security
  36. Prove That Diamonds Are Funding Zimbabwe Army
  37. Let's Have Faith In Our Prophets, Says Zimbabwe First Lady
  38. Somalia Appoints Woman Foreign Minister
  39. We Will Never Normalize Relations With Israel, Says Sudan PresidentAl-Bashir
  40. UN Official Urges South Sudan to Reverse Expulsion of Human RightsOfficer
  41. FBI Probe of Petraeus Began With "Suspicious E-mails"
  42. International Criminal Court Probes New Cases in Libya
  43. Former South African President Mbeki Choosen as "African of the Year"
  44. Sudan Denounces Israel Following Attacks
  45. European Union Gives $200 Million to Somalia
  46. Southern Somalians Protest Against President Hassan
  47. 39 Die in Clashes Between US-backed Forces and Somalian Resistance
  48. Somalia Resistance Fighters Move Into Puntland
  49. 'Gutted' Uganda Reiterates Somalia Withdrawal Threat
  50. Abayomi Azikiwe Interview With Russia Today Focus of Complaint to British Office of C
  51. Young Communist League of South Africa on the Dictatorship of theProletariat
  52. COSATU Secretary General Speech at Nedlac Retirement Funds Conference
  53. Colonial Regimes Varied Greatly, Even Within the Same Colonial System
  54. Road to Mangaung: ANC Branches Battle With Numbers
  55. Greek Workers Hold General Strike Amid New Austerity Measures
  56. Internecine Conflicts Continue Within Libyan Rebel Forces
  57. Libya Car Blast Hurts Former Official
  58. Greece Faces General Strikes As Parliament Votes on Austerity
  59. Global Stocks Sink on Fiscal Angst After US Elections, Euro Slips
  60. Clashes After Car Blast in Benghazi, Libya
  61. Three Explosions Hit Damascus Suburb of Qudsaya, Killing 10
  62. Syria Could Turn Into a New Somalia, Says Lakhdar Brahimi
  63. Sandy Disrupts Voting; Northeast Braces for New Storm
  64. US Re-organizing Counter-revolutionary Force in Libya
  65. Job Opening in US Decreased by 100,000 in September
  66. U.S. Expects Ugandan Peacekeepers to Stay in Somalia
  67. Al-Shabab Fighters Attack US-backed Forces in Somalia
  68. Egypt Asserts Military Role in Africa
  69. Western-backed War Against Syria is Funded Through Occupied Libya
  70. Five Reported Wounded As Rival Rebel Groups Battle in Libya
  71. Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru Calls for Total Empowerment
  72. 'Let's Safeguard Our Sovereignty,' Says Zimbabwe President Mugabe
  73. Canada Is Threat to World Peace Today, Not Iran
  74. Concluding Communist Party of China Central Committee Plenum IssuesCommunique
  75. New York Not Able to Address Tens of Thousands Homeless From Sandy
  76. China's Non-Manufacturing Industries Signal Rebound Ahead
  77. Family of Tasered 10-Year-Old Boy Sues in New Mexico
  78. South African President Zuma Responds to Critics
  79. ANC Responds to Racist Party's Attacks
  80. South African Communist Party Condemns Planned DA Inspection ofPresident Zuma's Home
  81. Three Policemen Shot Dead in Egypt's Sinai
  82. Egyptian Princess's Tomb Found Near Cairo
  83. Egyptian Copts Await New Pope to Succeed Shenouda III
  84. Storm is Forcing NYC's Board of Elections to Relocate Polling Places
  85. Long Gas Lines Test Patience of Storm-Struck Residents
  86. "Kill the Boer"
  87. Sudan Military in Major Battle in South Kordofan With Rebels
  88. US Renews Sanctions, Sudan Criticizes Decision
  89. The Kismayo Conundrum in Somalia
  90. Uganda Says It Will Pull Out Troops From Somalia Over Congo Charges
  91. Iranians Commemorate 33rd Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover
  92. Essential to Record Zimbabwe's Military History
  93. Liberian President John-Sirleaf Dismisses Corruption Allegations
  94. PENGASSAN Raises Doubts Over Nigerian Oil Probe
  95. Prisoners Rot on Death Row in South Sudan
  96. Boko Haram Gives Terms for Talks With Nigerian Government
  97. 'Thrilla' in Africa!: Williams Sisters Visit Nigeria
  98. Nigerian Finance Minister Okonjo-Iweala Worried Over Oil Price Fall
  99. Sudan Government Says US Reneged on Promise to Lift Sanctions
  100. Rise of the Libyan Resistance
  101. Kenyan Navy's Newest Warship Intensifies Imperialist War on Somalia
  102. The CIA In Africa and Somalia: A Strategic Analysis
  103. Iran Warships Leave Sudan After Four-Day Visit
  104. 2,700 Ugandan Troops Have Been Killed in Somalia
  105. Global Warming Systemically Caused Hurricane Sandy
  106. Sudan Greets Iran Ships
  107. Sudan Government Denies Foreign Links to Bombed Arms Factory
  108. Sudan's Arms Factory on Fire Again, Army Says
  109. Syrian Air Force General Assassinated in Damascus
  110. Supporters of Ex-Ivorian President Gbagbo Hold Demonstration at Hague
  111. South African President Zuma Rebukes Deputy Motlanthe
  112. Protesters Storm US-backed Libyan Parliament Building, PuppetGovernment Stalled Again
  113. US-backed Militias Destroyed Bani Walid
  114. France, US Push Algeria to Back Military Intervention in Mali
  115. Blackouts Affect 1.5 Million As Sandy Approaches East Coast
  116. African National Congress Ruling Party Endorses Anti-Israel Boycott
  117. Anti-Black Sentiments Rise in the United States
  118. United States CIA Denies Involvement in Sudan Bombing
  119. Ramaphosa Offers to Testify at Marikana Commission
  120. ANC Youth League and Friends Call for Ramaphosa's Arrest
  121. Cape Town Mayor Says Criminals Will Be Evicted From Rental Units
  122. South African Mine Strikes Wind Down With Amplats Deal
  123. South Africa Reaches 'Tipping Point'
  124. Striking Harmony Gold Workers in South Africa Heed Call to Return tothe Job
  125. Libyan City Open to Islamists
  126. Situation Remains Difficult for Population of Bani Walid
  127. Libyan Witnesses Recount Organized Attack on US Interests in Libya
  128. Why Lucky Dube Is Turning In His Grave
  129. AMISOM Troops Arrest 72 Somalians
  130. Eight Killed in Somalia Attacks
  131. WWP Leader: 'It Doesn't Matter Who Wins'
  132. Chinese Government Lashes Out at US Newspaper Allegations SurroundingWin Jiabao
  133. Chinese Government Starts Formal Criminal Probe Into Bo Xilai
  134. Europe Says No to Austerity
  135. 'Veronica and the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal'
  136. US-led Rebels Attempt to Prevent Libyans From Returning to Bani Walid
  137. Libyan Loyalists Resist US-led Genocidal Attacks on Bani Walid
  138. US-backed Rebels Use Nerve Gas, Phosphorus Bombs Against Libyan Civilians in Bani Wal
  139. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV News Analysis: 'Washington Has Mil
  140. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Heart of Africa Radio Broadcast: 'Africa an
  141. Sudan Blames Israel for Military Factory Bombing
  142. US-backed Military Forces Escalate Tensions in East Africa
  143. US-backed Military Forces Attacked in Southern Somalia Port City of Kismayo
  144. Somalia Resistance Forces Attack US-Backed AMISOM Units Outside Capital
  145. Suspect in US Consulate Attack in Benghazi Killed in Cairo
  146. The Real Truth of The Haitian Revoultion
  147. Malema Warmly Welcomed in Zimbabwe
  148. Zuma's Land Reform Proposals 'Lack Detail'
  149. South African Cop Admits Some Evidence From Marikana Shooting May BeLost
  150. COSATU to Protest Mass Dismissals of Mineworkers in South Africa
  151. President Zuma Proposed Pay Freeze Applies to Public and Private Sectors
  152. Chemical Gas Reportedly Used in Siege of Bani Walid
  153. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on RT Satellite Television Discussing the Sieg
  154. France Deploys Drones and Prepares for Imperialist Intervention in Mali
  155. Zimbabwe 'Principals Have the Final Say' On New Constitution
  156. Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru Launches Tonga Program
  157. ZANU-PF's Stance on Land Rights
  158. In Accordance With the Will of the Cuban Nation
  159. African Union Mediator on Sudan to Make Proposals on Abyei This Week
  160. Suspected Al-Shabab Members Arrested in Kismayo
  161. Violence Continues in Syria, Special Envoy Calls for Cease-fire
  162. 'Reports of Former Libyan Spokesman Moussa Ibrahim's Arrest Are 100 Percent False', S
  163. The Siege of Bani Walid Sparks Further Resistance to Imperialist Ruleof Libya
  164. Mahalia Jackson Internationalized Black Music
  165. Libya Likely to Dominate Final Presidential Debate
  166. 'Military Intervention Possible to End Mali Crisis'
  167. Somalia News Update: Landmine Hits AMISOM Convoy In Wanlaweyn District
  168. AMISOM to Take Over Kismayo Security
  169. Lebanese on Edge After Car Bomb Linked to Syria
  170. Zuma Launches National Infrastructure Plan
  171. Zuma's Fate Lies in Branches' Hands
  172. Road to Manguang: Gwede Warns COSATU Not to Meddle in ANC
  173. It's Time to Occupy the ANC
  174. Eight Killed, 78 Injured in Beirut Bomb Explosion
  175. Africans to Celebrate Samora Machel's Life
  176. COSATU Throws Weight Behind Zuma's Second Term
  177. South African Peacekeeper Killed in Sudan Identified
  178. South Sudan Resumes Oil Production
  179. Kenya, Although Occupying Somalia With US Backing, Will Be Allowed to Prosecute Somal
  180. Western Sanctions Scuttle US$600 Million Diamond Revenue Forecast forZimbabwe
  181. Joint Statement of the South African Communist Party and COSATU GuatengBranch
  182. Political Reflections of Thabo Mbeki: Tell No Lies, Claim No EasyVictories!
  183. Despite Western Claims of Victory, Fighting Still Continues in Somalia
  184. Imperialists Provide Money, Guns to Occupy Somalia
  185. It's Up to Everyone: Jay Naidoo Defends Mo Ibrahim Decision
  186. Caught In a Web of Violence and Political Inertia
  187. Seven Protesters Injured During Kumba Mine Raid in South Africa
  188. Senegal Kicked Out of Africa Cup of Nations
  189. Help Women Realize Their Potential
  190. Sudan Says It Will Not Reach 180,000bpd Oil Target for 2012
  191. White House Planning Military Strikes in Libya and Mali
  192. President Evo Morales Discusses Bolivia-US Relations
  193. U.S. Rushes to Help Create a Pro-Imperialist Commando Force in Libya
  194. US Banks Push Back As Financial Crisis Lawsuits Pile Up
  195. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'Old Regime Still Haun
  196. Biden Rekindles Controversy Over Administration's Libya Statements
  197. Occupied Libya Police Chief Survives Assassination Attempt
  198. Egypt's President Drops Effort to Remove Prosecutor
  199. Two International Troops Killed In Afghanistan
  200. US Government Actions to Reduce Mortgage Rates May Be Helping BanksMore Than Borrower
  201. President Mugabe Speaks On Mau Mau Victory
  202. Eskom Calls for Swift End to Strikes
  203. Keep on Trucking: Transport Strike Comes to an End in South Africa
  204. South Africa Truckers Sign Wage Deal, Strike Off
  205. US Intelligence Hurt When Libya Base Was Abandoned
  206. United Nations Resolution on Northern Mali
  207. Nobel for EU Earns Derision From British Press
  208. Northern Muslims and the Nigerian Civil War: Between Achebe and OtherIgbo Intellectua
  209. Nigerian President Jonathan Visit Flood Victims, Pledges More Dams
  210. Nigerian Farmers Sue Shell Oil Giant Over Livelihood Damages
  211. Ethiopian Troops Mass on Border With Somalia
  212. Turkey Mandate for PKK Strikes Extended
  213. IMF Revises Outlook for Sudan
  214. US Government Show Trial Targets Somalian Community in Minnesota
  215. Troops Not Coming Home Yet, Says KDF
  216. Somalia News Update: Fighting Continues Despite KDF Claims of VictoryOver Al-Shabab
  217. Drop In Job Openings Signals Limited US Job Growth
  218. Kenyans Allowed to Pursue Torture Case in British Courts
  219. 12,000 Striking Platinum Workers Fired by Anglo American in South Africa
  220. Detroit Marxism Class on 'How Europe Underdeveloped Africa' by Walter Rodney, Saturda
  221. Braving Protests, Germany's Merkel on Lightning Visit to Eurozone FaultLine Greece
  222. NATO Makes Plans to Back Turkey In Imperialist War Against Syria
  223. Eritrea Calls for Lifting of Sanctions, Rejects UN Accusations
  224. No Winners In ICC-Libya Standoff
  225. North Korea Says Its Rockets Can Hit US Mainland
  226. IMF Downgrades Forecast for Global Economic Growth
  227. Egyptian President Morsi Issues General Pardon for Revolutionary Activists
  228. Libya's Bani Walid Is Shelled In Standoff Over Rebel's Death
  229. Think Outside the Box, Zimbabwe Vice President Tells Agricultural Industry
  230. Guard Jealously the Legacy Left by Mudenge, Say Zimbabwe PresidentMugabe
  231. The World Celebrates the Life and Times of Che Guevara
  232. Red Alert: SACP on the Marikana Massacre
  233. More Negotiations As Iron Ore Mine Workers Continue Strike
  234. SATAWU to Extend Strike to Port Workers In South Africa
  235. Valeria Alvarado Shot To Death By Border Patrol Agent (Government Continuity HSPD-20)
  236. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'US Democrats, Republi
  237. ANC Viewpoint: The Clock is Ticking
  238. ANC Women's League President Angie Motshekga Speaks at GuatengProvincial Conference
  239. ANC Statement on the Developments in the Mining Industry
  240. 'This is the Beginning of the War', Warn Striking Amplats Miners
  241. Reviewing the Addis Ababa Peace Agreements on Sudan
  242. Zimbabwe Minister of Education Stanislaus Mudenge Dies at 71
  243. Tunisian Authorities Seek Death Penalty for Anti-US Demonstrations
  244. More Than 5,000 Cubans Working in Africa
  245. The United States Does Not Have the Slightest Moral or PoliticalAuthority to Judge Cu
  246. Cuban President Raul Castro Reiterates Call to Work With Rigor andDiscipline
  247. US-backed Regime in Libya Still Unable to Form Government
  248. Initial Jobless Claims in US Increase From Two-Month Low
  249. Nigerian Senate May Sanction Oil Firms Over Pollution
  250. Gunmen on Rampage, Kill 48 Students in Nigeria