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  1. Heavy Fighting Takes Place in Kinshasa, DRC
  2. At Least Four Soldiers Killed in Mogadishu Teashop Explosion
  3. Two Local Journalists Abducted in Kismayo, Somalia
  4. Djibouti to Send More Troops to Somalia
  5. Somalia President Not Received at Jomo Kenyatta Airport
  6. NSA Intercepts Computer Deliveries
  7. Blast at Egyptian Army Building in Nile Delta Wounds Four Soldiers
  8. Tens of Thousands Protest Against Niger Government
  9. Violence on First Day of Exams at Egypt's Al-Azhar Leaves One StudentDead
  10. United States and United Nations Broadening Intervention in South Sudan
  11. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Further Popularizes Legacy of SouthAfrican Leader
  12. French President Hollande Requests Additional United NationsIntervention in the CAR
  13. Egypt's Nasr City Bomb Was Targeting Police, Says Interior Ministry
  14. Police to Enforce Protest Ban at Egyptian Universities During Exams
  15. Three Killed, 265 Arrested at Pro-Brotherhood Protests Across Egypt
  16. One Million Americans to Lose Jobless Benefits
  17. Federal Judge Says NSA Spying Is Legal
  18. Untangling the Mess at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation
  19. United States Beaming Hostile Broadcasts Into Zimbabwe
  20. New Kingdom Royal Statue Found in Luxor, Egypt
  21. Egyptian Army Will Never Harm Gazans, Says Hamas Leader
  22. Palestine Fatah Says Hamas Should Disengage From Muslim Brotherhood inEgypt
  23. Egyptian Bus Explodes in Cairo's Nasr City, Leaving Five Injured
  24. Egyptians Unsure About Mansoura Attack Perpetrators
  25. Ousted Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil Sent to Torah Prison
  26. Mansoura Residents Attack Muslim Brotherhood Property Following BombAttack in Egypt
  27. Egypt's Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis Claims Responsibility for Mansoura Blast
  28. Egyptian Military Government Declares Muslim Brotherhood a 'TerroristGroup'
  29. Petroleum Ministry Signs Contract With Russian Company for Offshore OilProduction
  30. Syrian Grand Mufti and Patriarch Yazigi Say Dialogue and PeacefulSolution Only Path t
  31. Looted Islamic Wooden Beams Returned to Egypt
  32. Egyptian Police Arrest Morsi-Era Prime Minister Hisham Qandil
  33. Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas Condemns Blast in Nile Delta
  34. Egyptian Army Vows to Continue Security Crackdown
  35. Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Denies Involvement in Mansoura Bombing
  36. Somalia Federal Government Losses Credibility
  37. UNSOM Steers Somalia Into Political Abyss
  38. Militant Group in Egypt's Sinai Warns Military
  39. Al-Azhar University Student Protests Rage On
  40. April 6 Rejects Treason Claims in 'Intelligence-Directed' Media in Egypt
  41. Egyptians Rally In Solidarity With Douma, Adel and Maher
  42. EU Urges Egypt to Review Sentences for Political Activists
  43. Sudan President Bashir Expresses Concern Over Unrest in NeighboringStates
  44. Severe Gasoline Shortage Hits Sudanese Capital
  45. Former SSLA Rebels Issues Three-Day Ultimatum to Dissident Unity StateCommander
  46. Defected Unity State Army Commander Forms New Interim Administration inSouth Sudan
  47. 13 Killed in Eastern Libya Bombing
  48. Debating the NSA's Data Collection
  49. Toronto And The Cultural Boycott Of South Africa
  50. Mozambique Airline Captain 'Intentionally' Crashed Plane, According toProbe
  51. Sudan Army Denies Accusations of Involvement in South Sudan Clashes
  52. Three US Military Aircraft Hit in South Sudan, Four Wounded
  53. Libyan Rebel Base Is Hit by a Deadly Bomb Attack
  54. Protesters Force Libya Internet Shutdown
  55. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV's Top Five: 'South Sudan Needs Ser
  56. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'US, Israel Pushed for
  57. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Leid Stories; 'Detroit Trial on Interest Sw
  58. Profiles of Candidates in the Madagascar Presidential Runoff
  59. 'We Must Cherish, Defend Unity'
  60. Zimbabwe 'Unity Accord Pays National Dividends'
  61. Media Inquiry Panel Launched in Zimbabwe
  62. Economic Impact of Land Reform in Zimbabwe
  63. DEC. 20th U.S. INVASION OF PANAMA REMEMBERED TODAY
  64. South African Communist Party on the Passing of Madiba
  65. Six Killed in Attack on Medical Convoy in Somalia
  66. South Sudan's Kiir Says Ready for Dialogue With Machar
  67. Bashir, Kiir to Join Talks on Regional Border Security, Trade
  68. South Sudan Army Defectors Seize Control of Bor, Jonglei State
  69. Zimbabwe Gems Body Seeks US$50 Million For Value Addition
  70. ANCOP Holds Film Forum In Lagos
  71. Women Are Imperative To National Development In Nigeria
  72. The Sour Taste of Obasanjo's Letter
  73. Egyptian Salafist 'Hazemoon' Member Sentenced to 25 Years for WeaponsPossession
  74. Mourners Condemn Killing of Taxi Driver in Egypt
  75. Clashes Break Out During Pro-Morsi Student Protests in Egypt
  76. Egypt's External Debt on the Rise, But Still Under Control Says BankGovernor
  77. Somalia President Hassan Deplores Clan Clashes in Southern Regions
  78. The Failed Puntland Presidential Meeting
  79. Another AMISOM Commander Takes Office in Somalia
  80. Six U.S. Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
  81. Up to 500 Killed in South Sudan Clashes
  82. U.S. Imperialism to Raise Up Another Neo-Colonial Army In Libya
  83. Africa in Review 2013: Imperialism Continues to Interfere in Continental Affairs
  84. Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast Honoring Nelson Mandela,Part III--Host
  85. Treat Men, Women As Equals
  86. Tribal Nomenclature An Affront to National Unity
  87. Manipulation: Bane of the West
  88. African Union Envoy Welcomes the Appointment of the New Prime Ministerin Somalia
  89. Somaliland's Inevitable Conclusion to the Talks With Somalia
  90. South Sudan Army on Streets Amid Heavy Gunfire
  91. South Sudan Former Minister Arrested Over Alleged Coup Attempt
  92. South Sudan President Kiir Says Former Vice President Behind AttemptedCoup
  93. ZANU-PF 14th Annual Conference Resolutions
  94. ZANU-PF Emerges From Conference United
  95. Zimbabwe President Mugabe Says 'I Won't Let You Down, We Are Together'
  96. Unity of Purpose at Celebratory Indaba in Zimbabwe
  97. Israeli Soldier Killed by Shots From Lebanon
  98. Nelson Mandela: Symbol of Freedom and Human Digntiy
  99. China's Change'e-3 Lunar Probe Amazes World
  100. Shells Hit Sudan's South Kordofan Capital
  101. Sudan Accuses ICC of Playing "Proxy Political Foe"
  102. Sudan's Presidential Assistant Starts Post On Positive Note
  103. Sudan's Relations With the West Witnessing Major Shift
  104. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on the African History Network: 'The Legacy of
  105. Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Broadcast Tribute to Nelson Mandela, Part II
  106. Mandela to Be Buried in Private Family Ceremony
  107. Zambian Government Defends President Sata
  108. Iran Quits Nuclear Talks After US Threatens More Sanctions
  109. More Than 600 Reportedly Killed in Central African Republic
  110. Car Bomb at Police Camp in Egypt's Ismailia Leaves One Dead
  111. Disputes Fracture Emerging Egyptian Parties
  112. No Letup in Lines for a Final Glimpse of Mandela
  113. ILPS Statement In Honor of Nelson Mandela
  114. Pages From History: "Soviet Russia and the Negro" By Claude McKay
  115. Cuba Pays Official Tribute to Nelson Mandela
  116. Speech by the President of the Republic of Cuba Raul Castro at MandelaMemorial
  117. Madiba: The Zimbabwe Connection
  118. I Had No Feud With Mandela, Says Zimbabwe President Mugabe
  119. Corporate Media Attempts to Hide Cuba's Role in the Liberation ofSouthern Africa
  120. South Africans Forgotten at Mandela's Memorial, Says Mail & Guardian
  121. Rousing Welcome for President Mugabe at Mandela Memorial
  122. Zimbabwe Diamond Mining Firm Lays-off 950 Workers
  123. Sudan President Bashir Appoints New Deputy
  124. Occupied Libya Militia to Open Oil Terminals in December
  125. Gunmen Kill Eight Kenyans Near Somalia Border
  126. Group Seeks Independent Statehood For African Americans
  127. In Cape Town, Leaders Pay Tribute to Mandela
  128. Mandela's Unbreakable Link With Black America
  129. The Man Who Taught Mandela to Be a Soldier
  130. 'Keep Mandela's Dream Alive'
  131. Zimbabwe Diamond Miners Hit Hard Rock
  132. Egypt Court Postpones Douma, Adel, Maher Trial to December 22
  133. Warning Signs for Egypt Economy: Underemployment, Weak Private SectorGrowth
  134. Ukraine Opposition Forces Expose Their Reactionary Nature in DestroyingLenin Monument
  135. Nelson Mandela Shared Final Moments With Wife and Former Wife, SaysFriend
  136. PFLP Mourns the Loss of Mandela, a Symbol of Struggle for Liberation
  137. Radio One Founder Cathy Hughes Issues Statement on the Passing ofNelson Mandela
  138. South Africa Begins Farwell to Nelson Mandela
  139. Who's Competent to Lead Puntland?
  140. Somalia MP Killed In Bomb Explosion Near Presidential Palace
  141. Sudan President Bashir Denies Differences Over Ministerial Reshuffle
  142. Sudan Makes Major Cabinet Changes
  143. President Bashir Announces Vice President Taha Has Resigned
  144. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on RT World News: 'FranceEscalates Interventio
  145. South African Communist Party Confirms Nelson Mandela Was a Member
  146. Mandela Was a Courageous Soldier, Says SACP
  147. Mandela: The Next Logical Stage
  148. Mandela Champion of the Oppressed, Says President Mugabe
  149. ANC on Mandela: 'The Large Baobab Tree Has Fallen'
  150. We Will Always Need Madiba
  151. How Do We Say Goodbye to Tata Mandela?
  152. Celebrate Mandela's Life
  153. South Africa, World Mourns 'Giant for Justice' Mandela
  154. South African President Jacob Zuma's Announcement of the Passing ofNelson Mandela
  155. A Great Giant Has Fallen: South African Labor Pays Tribute to NelsonMandela
  156. Mandela Maintained His Support and Defense of the Cuban Revolution
  157. JPMorgan Warns 465,000 Card User on Data Loss After Cyber Attack
  158. Microsoft to Encrypt Data In Its Services to Prevent Snoopings
  159. NSA Gathers Data on Cellphone Locations
  160. 80 Percent of US Population Near Poverty
  161. Detroit Decision: Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Banks and Political Dictatorship
  162. Former Namibian President Sam Nujoma Speaks Out About British Invasion Plot Against Z
  163. Lyricist Lucie E. Campbell-Williams (1885-1963): Someone to Know and Remember
  164. Challenging Our Past: Book Focuses on Race Relations Between Native Americans, Africa
  165. Minneapolis Black College Instructor Claims She Was Punished For Discussing Racism
  166. Los Angeles African American Superior Court Judge Files Complaint Against UCLA Police
  167. Fact Sheet: The State of African American Women in the United States
  168. A New Case for African American Reparations
  169. Call to Include Sexual Abuse Issues in Schools Curriculm
  170. Why Is Zimbabwe Condoning Gender-Based Violence?
  171. Diamond Polishing Firms Get Green Light in Zimbabwe
  172. Zimbabwe Herald Sold Out As Readers Rush to Grab Copy of New-Look Paper
  173. Detroit Marxism Class on Walter Rodney's "How Europe Underdeveloped Africa", Sat. Dec
  174. Somalia Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon Ousted After No-ConfidenceVote
  175. Sudan Makes Progress Towards Economic and Development Issues
  176. Of Dreams and Wars
  177. Mbeki Spills the British Beans on Zimbabwe
  178. Zimbabwe Commemorates World AIDS Day
  179. Zimbabwe Government Targets Two Million Hectares of Maize, Small Grains
  180. Egyptian Social Democratic Party Criticizes Pro-Morsi Students
  181. Legendary Congolese Musician, Composer and Band Leader, Tabu LeyRochereau (1940-2013)
  182. Cairo Declaration: Historic Stand Against Fascist Axis
  183. Senior Communist Party of China Official Meets Zimbabwean Guests
  184. China Scrambles Fighter Jets Towards US and Japan Planes in South Sea
  185. China Manufacturing Index Beats Estimates As Output Rises
  186. Zimbabwe Diamond Shops in Key Countries Urged
  187. Trial on Detroit Barclays' Swap Deal Delayed As Opposition Grows
  188. Greece Says It Will Work Toward Lifting EU Sanctions Against Zimbabwe
  189. Zimbabwe Elected to ACP-EU Co-Presidency
  190. Egyptian Women Demand Cultural Revolution Against Domestic Violence
  191. Egyptian Women Activists Accuse Police of Abduction, Harassment
  192. Severe Sentences For Egyptian Women Draws Protest
  193. African Union Holds Workshop on Security Sector Reform
  194. Thabo Mbeki Deserves Honor
  195. If the World Had More Mugabes
  196. A New Jazz Artist Is Born
  197. African Union Holds High Level Meeting on Agriculture
  198. South African Mining Strike Coast Northam R200 Million
  199. COSATU Under Attack Says Labor Federation President
  200. Marikana Commission Continues in South Africa
  201. Militants to Benin Republic Government: Release Adai-Dokubo From Nigeria
  202. Rivers State Governor Tells Why He Left Nigeria's Ruling Party
  203. Communique of the 3rd Plenum of the 18th Party Congress of theCommunist Party of Chin
  204. China's Air Defense Zone Doesn't Target Specific Country
  205. US Provokes China With Bombers Flying Over East Sea
  206. Fresh Clashes in Benghazi Among Rebel Forces
  207. New York Protest Against Deportation of Haitians From Dominican Republic
  208. Tunisia, Birthplace of the North African Rebellion, Struggles to ResetIts Political S
  209. Food Stamp Program Cuts Lead to 'Staggering' Increase in Need
  210. Honduras Leftist Disputes Results As Vote Count Drags On
  211. Counter-Revolutionaries Battle Each Other in Eastern Libya
  212. 'No' to Gender-Based Violence
  213. Taking Lessons From Latin America
  214. China Emerges Consistent Top Investor In Zimbabwe
  215. Mauritania Holds Elections Despite Opposition Boycott
  216. Mali Parliamentary Elections Are Held Amid Ongoing Conflict
  217. African Union Commends Zimbabwe Asset
  218. Zimbabwe Asset Gets Namibia Nod
  219. The Cuban Five Were Fighting Terrorism: Why Did the US Put Them inPrison?
  220. Ugandan President Accused of Subverting East African Community
  221. Reports of Piracy Continue Off Coast of West Africa
  222. ACLU Asks Court to End NSA Surveillance Program That Collects Phone Call Data
  223. More Libyan Demonstrations Against Counter-Revolutionary Militias
  224. Somalian Journalist Accuse Colleagues of Assault
  225. Justice at Scottsboro, 82 Years Later
  226. Britain Suspends Aid to Malawi
  227. Mozambique Votes Amid Unrest
  228. Zimbabwe Information Minister Visits Media Outlets; ZBC Insolvent
  229. Occupied Libya Ruled by the Gun
  230. Socialist Ideology, Mass Organization and the Intensifying ClassStruggle
  231. Detroit Bankruptcy Judge Orders Disclosure of Barclays Fees
  232. New Film Illustrates the Horrors of the United States Slave System
  233. White Man Charged With Second-Degree Murder in Death of AfricanAmerican Woman Outside
  234. Blueprint For Africa's Future
  235. Zimbabwe Sovereign Wealth Fund
  236. Zimbabwe Youths to Continue Demonstrations Until US Sanctions AreScrapped
  237. Zimbabwe Gem Auction In Belgium Next Month
  238. Zimbabwe Minister Kasukuwere Detained In Germany
  239. Don't Give Us Aid, Invest in Africa, AU Tells World Leaders
  240. Nigerian Teachers Demonstrate to Press Home Their Demand
  241. Socio-Economic Cost of Kidnapping in Nigeria
  242. Nigerian ASUU As a Political Party
  243. U.S. Seeks to Justify Aggressive Military Actions In Somalia
  244. Imperialists to Continue Occupying Gulf of Aden Off Somalia Coast
  245. Briton and Frenchman Arrested In Somalia's Puntland
  246. More U.S.-backed Troops May Become More Aggressive In Somalia
  247. JPMorgan, Justice Department Near $13 Billion Settlement
  248. Indonesia Warns Spy Claims Hurt Australian Ties
  249. Libya Rebel Spy Chief Freed by Zintan Militia
  250. George Zimmerman Arrested for Threatening Woman With Shotgun