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  1. South Sudan Army Commits Shocking Abuses In East
  2. South Sudan: No Further Talks on Abyei and Heglig
  3. Axing ANC Youth League Leader Was Wrong, Says South African DeputyPresident Motlanthe
  4. ANC Youth League to Announce Party Leadership Choice
  5. Shortage Fears Grow As Petrol Pumps Run Dry in South Africa
  6. Amplats Says Security Worsens At Its South Africa Mines
  7. White House Widening Pentagon, CIA Involvement in North Africa
  8. The War In Afghanistan
  9. President Evo Morales: The Real Terrorist Is the United States
  10. United Nations Condemnation of Cuban Blockade Growing
  11. J.P. Morgan Sued on Mortgage Bonds
  12. West Sanctions on Iran, Sudan Politically-Motivated
  13. Wastewater Plant Workers Defy Judge's Order; Strike Continues
  14. China Ain't Colonizing Zimbabwe
  15. Rhetoric, Reality of AFRICOM
  16. 'Indigenization Vital for Security' in Zimbabwe
  17. 'Advance Research in Agricultural Sector' in Zimbabwe
  18. America's Futile Response to Zimbabwe
  19. IMF Must Take Off Its Mask In Zimbabwe
  20. A view from an African American human rights defender- Ajamu Baraka
  21. South Sudan to Re-start Oil Production As Soon As Possible
  22. Sudan Tells United Nations Its Debts Must Be Canceled
  23. In Libya, Security Was Lax Before Attack That Killed U.S. Ambassador,Officials Say
  24. Plan Underway to Infiltrate Western-backed Forces in Somalia
  25. Imperialist-led Kenya Troops Launch Beach Assault, Air Strikes onSomalia Port of Kism
  26. US-backed Kenyan Defense Forces Attack Southern Somalia Port City ofKismayo
  27. Nigeria Deploys 140 Police Officers to Somalia
  28. Suspect Names Security Personnel in Nigerian Terror Attacks
  29. US-led Military Forces in East Africa Vows More Bombings of Kismayo
  30. Sudan, South Sudan Reach Partial Deal
  31. Palestinian Authority Pursuing United Nations Recognition As Nonmember State
  32. Human Rights and Humanitarian Imperialism In Syria
  33. World Must Condemn Killing of Press TV Reporter in Syria
  34. Herald Most Complete, Balanced Newspaper in Zimbabwe
  35. President Mugabe Apprises Zuma of Constitution
  36. Zimbabwe Platinum Firms Comply With Indigenization Law
  37. Malema Says President Zuma Is Trying to Torture Him
  38. Malema Claims Innocence in Light of Charges
  39. Greek Police Fire Teargas At Youth In Anti-Austerity Demonstrations
  40. IMF, EU Clash Over Greece's Bailout Prospects
  41. Rebellions Erupt in Spain Over Imposition of Austerity
  42. Militias Targeted in Benghazi by Pro-U.S. Demonstrations
  43. Marikana Workers Return to the Mines With 22 Percent Pay Hike
  44. Public Act 4 and the Attacks on Collective Bargaining: Implications forAfrican Americ
  45. Detroit Marxism Class on "How Europe Underdeveloped Africa"--Sat.,September 29, 5:00-
  46. Great News for Jennifer Britt in Detroit
  47. The Struggle for Western Hegemony in the Muslim World
  48. Six Libyan Security Forces Executed in Benghazi
  49. Benghazi Attack and Ambassador Stevens: Why the Sound of Silence?
  50. More Assassinations Threatened Against US-backed Regime in Somalia
  51. Sudan, South Sudan Holds Summit in Ethiopian Capital
  52. US Jobless Rates Rise in 26 States
  53. 23 Killed in Anti-US Demonstrations Across Pakistan
  54. Edwin Wilson, Former CIA Operative Convicted of Selling Arms to Libya,Dies at 84
  55. Frailty of Neo-Colonial Libya Revealed As Factional Fighting Continuesin the East
  56. United Nations Condemn Killing of Somalian MP
  57. Gold Strikes Spread in South Africa
  58. Pro-US Mob in Benghazi Attacks Militia Group Targeted by Washington
  59. Benghazi Attack: Libya's Green Resistance Did It...And NATO Powers AreCovering Up
  60. Pakistan Police Open Fire on Anti-US Demonstrations, At Least Five Reported Killed
  61. Zimbabwe Economy Has Potential, Says Chinese Envoy
  62. President Mugabe of Zimbabwe Arrives in New York for United NationsGeneral Assembly
  63. Obama Stalking Africa's Resources
  64. US War Resister Deported From Canada
  65. Bomb Blasts Kill 15 In Somalia Capital
  66. Malema: My Life Is In Danger
  67. COSATU Survey Reveals Ageing Federation
  68. The Way Home From Marikana in South Africa
  69. Battle for Namibian Presidency Heats Up
  70. Sudan Wants Africa to Reach for the Stars
  71. 8 South Africans Killed in Afghanistan
  72. Chicago Teachers Vote to Return to Work; Classes to Resume Wednesday
  73. QE3 May Have Little Impact on Mortgage Borrowers
  74. White House Sending More Marines, Drones and Spies to Libya
  75. Detroit City Council: Belle Isle Proposal Dead in the Water
  76. Statement From the National Executive Committee of the ANC in SouthAfrica
  77. Defend the Gains of the Working Class: Take Responsibility for theNational Democratic
  78. Bomb Explodes Near Afghan Airport, Nine Killed
  79. Somalia Resistance Forces Battle U.S.-backed Soldiers
  80. Hundreds Rally in San Francisco to Mark Anniversary of Occupy Movement
  81. U.S.-backed Offensive Against Somalia Resistance Forces Stalled
  82. ANC Slams British Media and Mavericks for Current Crisis
  83. Somalia President Mahamud Sworn In Four Days After Assassination Attempt
  84. Video Shows US Envoy's Body Being Retrieved in Benghazi
  85. ANC Welcomes Government Move to Restore Order and Safety
  86. Social Dialogue Constitutes the Foundations of Our Democracy in South Africa
  87. Service Delivery and a Developmental State in South Africa
  88. Afghanistan Police Kill Four NATO Soldiers
  89. Happy Birthday Barry White!
  90. Portugal, Spain Hold Anti-Austerity
  91. US Issues Warning on Sudan, Tunisia
  92. More Reports Detailing the Attack on the US Consulate in Libya
  93. China Struggles to Channel Anger As Anti-Japan Protests Resume
  94. US Sends CIA, Marines to Rebel-held Libya
  95. South Africa Police Raid Miners' Hostels in Marikana
  96. Destroying a Country's Standard of Living: What Libya Has Achieved, What Has Been Des
  97. Anti-US Demonstrations Spark Debate on Washington's Foreign Policy
  98. JPMorgan Faces Money Laundering Probe
  99. In Libya, Chaos Was Followed by Organized Ambush
  100. Anti-American Fury Sweeps Africa, Middle East and Asia
  101. Washington Under Fire Across the World
  102. Cuba Denounces Obstacles to Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy
  103. The Venezuelan People Merit the October 7 Victory
  104. Cuban Commandante Juan Almeida Bosque Honored
  105. Physicians Strike in Kenya
  106. The Cuban Five: A Challenge to Journalism
  107. U.S.-trained Engineer Picked As Libya's Next Premier
  108. US Believes Benghazi Attack on Embassy Was Pre-Planned
  109. US Officials Say Two Warships Moving Toward Libya
  110. Michigan Dictator Law: Ingham Judge Strikes Down Parts of Detroit FSA
  111. Libya Attack Represents Challenge for Obama
  112. Malema Calls for All South African Miners to Strike
  113. State Department Officer Killed in Attack on US Consulate in Occupied Libya
  114. US State Department Official Killed in Occupied Libyan Protest Over Film
  115. China Accuses Japan of Stealing Disputed Islands
  116. Sudan Says Darfur Rebels Have Killed 11 Civilians
  117. South Sudan's Inflation Drops to 43%
  118. Sudan's Army Clashes With Rebels in Border State
  119. U.S. Kills Yemeni in Airstrike
  120. Chicago Teachers Strike Likely to Continue for Second Day
  121. Chicago Teachers Strike: Local Issues, With National Impact
  122. Parents, Students Demonstrate Against Racism in Wyandotte Schools
  123. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV WorldNews: 'Egyptian Government Ri
  124. South African Prosecutors Suspend Murder Charges Against Platinum Miners
  125. Bheki Cele Rallies to Unseat Zuma at Mangaung
  126. ANC Alliance Statement on the Situation at the Lonmin Marikana PlatinumMines
  127. US Ambassador Says South Sudan Faces Challenges, Opportunities
  128. Rebels in Occupied-Libya Delay Show Trial for Saif al-Islam
  129. Three Killed in Libya Clashes Over Destruction of Religious Sites
  130. Clashes Continue in Syria's Two Main Cities
  131. US-backed AMISOM Troops Deploy in Captured Port Elma'an in Somalia
  132. 'Dozens Killed' In Sudan Army, Rebels Clashes
  133. The Cuban Five and the Garbus Memo
  134. COSATU Leader Says "Marikana Is Time Bomb"
  135. Quakes Kill At Least 80 in Mountainous Southwest China
  136. AMCO Says "We Are Not Party to the Lonmin Violence"
  137. US August Jobs Report Remains Disappointing
  138. Black Father Killed by Off-duty Cop Who Ran Over His Daughter
  139. White House Plots More Targeted Assassinations in Central Asia
  140. Chinese President Hu Arrives in Russia for APEC Meeting
  141. Price of E10 Fuel Too High, Says Zimbabwe President Mugabe
  142. South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers Steps in to Stem Violence
  143. South African Economic Outlook Dims After Mining Unrest
  144. Contentious Part of Immigration Law in Arizona Upheld by Judge
  145. US Drone Attack Kills 21, Injures 72 in Somalia
  146. Sudan Proposes to Deliver Humanitarian Aid From Blue Nile and NorthKordofan
  147. Sudan, South Sudan Delegations Resume Talks In Addis Ababa
  148. Neil Heywood Murder: Bo Xilai Police Chief Charged With Defection
  149. European Naval Force Somalia Warns Ship Owners
  150. NAM to Build Framework for World
  151. Ex-CIA Chief Says U.S. Can Strike Iran Nuclear Sites
  152. China Paper Warns Clinton Ahead of Talks
  153. Iran Could Strike U.S. Bases If Israel Attacks
  154. Occupied Libya Rebel Officer Killed in Car Bombing in Benghazi
  155. Rebels in Libya Should 'Stop Attacks on Sufi Sites,' Says HRW
  156. Bishop Desmond Tutu Says Bush, Blair Should Face Trial at the Hague
  157. Occupied Libyan Rebel Interior Minister: "I Will Not Stop IslamistViolence"
  158. Iran, DPRK Agree to Cooperate in Science, Technology
  159. Guinea Opposition Says 120 Arrested in Protest Crackdown
  160. Angola's Dos Santos Secures Big Election Win
  161. Sudan Says Repulses Rebel Attack in Border Area
  162. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV News Analysis: 'NAM Can Play Globa
  163. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on RT SatelliteTelevision: 'Post-Gaddafi Libya
  164. PANW Interviews Editor Abayomi Azikiwe: 'Africa Must Unite to Develop Politically and
  165. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on "Heart of Africa" Radio Program: 'The Histo
  166. PANW Interview With Editor Abayomi Azikiwe: 'Egyptian Revolution Still Unfolding'
  167. Malema Fires Up Aurora Workers in South Africa
  168. Marikana Is the Latest Chapter In a Long Saga
  169. Deep Read: A World Upside Down
  170. Suspicion Circles Israeli Diamond Maven Who 'Understands Negroes'
  171. 1962-2012: Two Trips to Monroe, N.C.
  172. NATO Secretly Authorizes Syrian Attacks
  173. Afghanistan Resistance Torch NATO Tankers
  174. South Africa Miners Charged With The Murder Of 34 Colleagues Shot By Police
  175. Sudanese President Arrives In Tehran for Non-Aligned Summit
  176. South Sudan Criticizes Jonglei Human Rights Reports
  177. Non-Aligned Summit Signals Thaw in Iran-Egypt Relations
  178. With Millions Impacted by Bank Seizures of Homes, Feds Falsely Claim Progress in Mort
  179. Three Australians in US-led Occupation Force Killed in Afghanistan
  180. Syria President Bashar Assad Appears Confident of Victory
  181. US-installed Rebels in Libya Suspend Three Members of Assembly for Alleged Gaddafi Li
  182. Lonmin Mining Communities: A Powder Keg of Inequality
  183. Research Shows South Africa's Living Standards Improving
  184. South Africa's University of Witwatersrand Support Staff Demand 9% WageHike
  185. Tutu Withdraws From Leadership Summit in South Africa Due to TonyBlair's Presence
  186. Leadership Failure Behind Marikana Massacre
  187. Latin Americans Defy U.S., Back Ecuador on WikiLeaks Asylum
  188. ICC Defense Responds To The Libyan Authorities Demand To Hold Saif Gaddafi's Trial In
  189. Rebellion Hits Kenya After Muslim Cleric is Assassinated
  190. Chinese Weapons Used to Defend Sudanese Government
  191. French Imperialism Urges Syrian Rebels to Form Government to Replace President Assad
  192. Colombia's President Confirms Exploratory Talks With FARC
  193. Detroit School Board Votes to Subpoena Emergency Financial Manager
  194. ANCYL Declares 'Holiday' for March in Cape Town
  195. Zimbabwe President Mugabe Attends NAM Summit in Iran
  196. CIA's Freedom House: A House of Destruction
  197. The Other Side of the Coin: Draft Constitution Showdown in Zimbabwe
  198. Civilians Killed in US-backed War Against Somalia
  199. Sierra Leone Cholera Crisis
  200. Illegal Regime Set to Stage 'Show Trial' of Martyred Libyan Leader's Son
  201. Who Authorized the Use of Live Ammunition at Marikana?
  202. Only Malema Cares Lonmin Miners Spurn Zuma's Task Team Expelled African National
  203. Press Releases From COSATU, ANCYL on Marikana and Other Labor Issues
  204. The Marikana Massacre: Workers' Grievances Must Not Be Forgotten
  205. Protesters Take to the Streets in Togo
  206. Somalia's Islamists celebrate death of Ethiopia's Meles
  207. Wives Protest Against Killing of 34 Mineworkers in South Africa
  208. ANCYL Statement on the Situation in the Marikana Mines
  209. COSATU, NUM & ANC Statements on the Unrest at Lonmin Platinum Facilities
  210. South Africa Hill of Horror Self Defense or Massacre
  211. Let's hope all African nations follow Mozambique's example
  212. African Army Defense Leaders to Meet on DRC Force
  213. More Clashes in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
  214. Western-backed Rebels in Libya Move on to Imperialist War Against Syria
  215. Black august honors legacy of resistance and struggle
  216. American Bombs Ready To Fall On Africa Via Botswana
  217. Egypt President Mursi Removes Military Aides in Gutsy Shake-Up
  218. Uganda military helicopters missing en route to Somalia
  219. Somalia Bomb Blast Kills Two Soldiers in Mogadishu 10 August 2012 Mogadishu ó Witn
  220. Somalia Puntland President Reshuffles National Security Agency
  221. Mbekiís toughest eight days
  222. South African Women's Day Reports
  223. Nigerian Security Agencies Probe Asari-Dokubo's Statements
  224. Solitary confinement: Torture chambers for black revolutionaries An estimated 80,000
  225. Chiefs Jostle for Great Wall Of Zimbabwe
  226. Cuban 4th Plenary of the Communist Party Central Committee
  227. Libya power transition: Who can stop the chaos?
  228. Thousands attend Atta Millsí funeral
  229. Zimbabwe Armed Forces Averted Coup, Says Shiri
  230. Call for Withdrawal of Minustah Forces From Haiti
  231. Venezuelan President Chavez Condemns West for Supporting Terrorists in Syria
  232. Our people have a peaceful mission, but have always been able to defend themselves
  233. Venezuela: A Threat to Washington?
  234. Hillary Clinton Begins Visit in Africa
  235. No Libya Solution in Cuba: Raul Castro Accuses US of Plot to Overthrow Government
  236. Ghana Vice President Sworn In Hours After President Atta Mills Death
  237. Somalia: Obama Bans Somalia Charcoal Import
  238. Coordinated Iraq attacks kill 103
  239. Motlanthe for president, says ANCYL
  240. Zimbabwe, China Urged to Strengthen Cultural Ties
  241. European Union Extends Sanctions Against Zimbabwe
  242. The Scramble for Africa: More Sophisticated Edition
  243. Britain Admits Atrocities In Kenya
  244. CIA Takes Over As Ethiopian Regime Crumbles
  245. Colombian Native People Evict Soldiers in Cauca
  246. Libya's Former Rebels Pose Challenge
  247. Protect African Territorial Integrity, Says President Mugabe of Zimbabwe
  248. Mau Mau Uprising: Hearing o Torture Begins
  249. African Union Summit Held Amid Increasing Imperialist Penetration
  250. Three Africans Injured in Racist Arson Attack in Israel