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  1. Grand Welcome for President Mugabe In Malawi
  2. SACP Statement on the Commemoration of August 16
  3. Egypt Seeks South Sudan Support to Regain African Union Membership
  4. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'Egypt Facing Civil Wa
  5. Zimbabwe President Mugabe Blasts West's Stance on Election Results
  6. Class And Elections In Zimbabwe
  7. ZANU-PF to Fulfill Election Promises
  8. Objective Truths And Dreams
  9. Hands off Assata London Protests
  10. Hands off assata rally 5/10/2013 ......pittsburgh
  11. Hands Off Assata Rally in Newark 5/10/13
  12. Assata Shakur: Re-Imaging "Terrorism" Into the Face Of a Black Woman
  13. ‘Hands Off Assata Shakur Day’ in Harlem!
  14. NNOC Statement on Assata Shakur
  15. The Real Horror of Benghazi Was Ethnic Cleansing-Let’s Talk About That
  16. 2 nabbed over Malcolm X grandson killing
  17. Nigerian Air Force Jet Crashes In Niger
  18. Uncertainities Over PIB May Affect OPEC Quota In Nigeria
  19. Nigerian President Jonathan Urges African Economies to Close Ranks
  20. U.S. Team to Probe Baga Killings in Nigeria
  21. ANC Welcomes Visit by President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria
  22. Obscure Notes on Africa: Recognizing the Work of PANW Editor Abayomi Azikiwe
  23. South Africa Can Learn From Zimbabwe Flourishing Farms
  24. More Delegates Arrive for CISSA In Zimbabwe
  25. 'Containing Iran': Israel 'In Talks' to Join Alliance With SaudiArabia, Jordan and Tu
  26. United Nations Notes 'Concrete Suspicions' That US-backed Rebels UsedChemical Weapons
  27. Car Bomber Kills Seven In Somalian Capital Targeting a Qatari Delegation
  28. 'Solutions to Zimbabwe Challenges Lie In Us', Says President Mugabe toZANU-PF Central
  29. Genesis of ZAPU's Armed Struggle
  30. Women's Movement in Nigeria Lacks Solidarity, Says Dr. Abiola Akiyode
  31. Kidnap of Shettima Ali Monguno: Boko Haram Amnesty Committee in CrucialTalks
  32. Admission Shortage in Nigeria: Regional Integration to the Rescue
  33. The Internet Surveillance Controversy
  34. Nigeria: Celebrating Ezekwesili At 50
  35. Logging Industry stealing from Africa
  36. Rival South African Miners' Union Rally for May Day at Marikana
  37. Massive Problems In South African Economy, Says COSATU Leader
  38. South Africa Demands Explanation From Zambia Over Scott's Remarks
  39. Cuban President Heads May Day Central Event
  40. Cuba Remains Committed to Socialist Development
  41. Argentine President Cristina Fernandez Visits Montana Garrison
  42. Kenya President Invited to London for Talks on Somalia
  43. Portugal to Lay Off 30,000 Public Sector Workers
  44. Corporate-Controlled Detroit Rulers Spending Millions on Consultants While in Financi
  45. Gaddafi's Son Appears in Libyan Rebel Court
  46. Assata Shakur, Black Freedom Fighter, Is Now On FBI Most Wanted Terrorist List
  47. Zimbabwe Vice-President Mujuru Back Home From UAE
  48. Criticism of Opposition Dominates May Day in South Africa
  49. ANC Youth League: Purge or Clean Slate?
  50. Thousands Protest Against Austerity In Europe
  51. South African President Zuma to Attend CAR Meeting to Discuss Security
  52. Thousands March Demanding Jobs in Morocco
  53. Cuba Says United States Must Shut Guantanamo
  54. South Africa Angry Over Britain's Aid Cut
  55. Home Ownership Down in the United States
  56. Urgent Appeal On Behalf Of Mohammed Abu Alqasim Azwai
  57. Col. Muammar Gaddafi Speech on July 23, 2011
  58. Enemy Fomented Crisis to Breakup Syria
  59. Bolivian Court Allows President Morales to Run for Reelection
  60. Sudan Rebels Attack City, Push Closer to Capital
  61. Somalia Famine Killed 260,000, Report Estimates
  62. Rebel-held Libya on Edge as Fears of Additional Bombings Loom
  63. Armed Protest of Libyan Rebels Prompts US-led Congress to PostponeProceedings
  64. Car Bombs in Four Iraqi Cities Kill At Least 22
  65. U.S. Woman War Resister Court-martialed for Refusal to Continue Servicein Iraq
  66. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Makes Statement to Press TV US Desk: 'US Incapable of A
  67. Plight of Black Farmers: Response to the Coverage of the PigfordSettlement by the New
  68. Zimbabwe Vice-President Travels to Dubai
  69. 'Women Make Better Administrators'
  70. Nigerian Military Denies Existence of Mass Grave, Detention of Soldiers Over Baga
  71. Nigerian Labor Unions Urge Passage of Petroleum Industry Bill
  72. Nine Oil Workers Kidnapped in Nigeria
  73. Former Nigerian Leader Obasanjo Dares President Jonathan on Probe of Corruption
  74. Egyptian Pope Says Islamist Rulers Neglect Copts
  75. Al-Shabaab Focus of Legislation in US-backed Somalia Parliament
  76. Somalia President Hassan Travels to Mombasa
  77. Special Meeting Held in Mogadishu on the Future of Somalia
  78. South Afghanistan Plane Crash Kills Four US-led Personnel
  79. 'Sanctions Against Zimbabwe Must Go,' Says Malawi President Banda
  80. Darfur War Crimes Suspect Jerbo Killed in Sudan
  81. Thousands of South Sudanese Rebels Surrender After Thaw With Sudan
  82. Most French Believe President Hollande Will Miss Job Target
  83. Israeli Forces Attack Palestinian Protesters In West Bank
  84. Eleven Israeli Military Aircraft Violate Lebanese Airspace
  85. Corporate Media Says Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Goes Silent as Parents SeekTruth in the United
  86. Boston Bombing Suspect Had No Gun When Captured
  87. Malawi President Banda Lauds Zimbabwe Land Reform
  88. Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru Addresses International Trade Fair inBulawayo
  89. What North Koreans Think
  90. Cecil Rhodes desire to steal Afrika in his book Confession of Faith 1877
  91. China Government's Report on Human Rights Violations in the UnitedStates
  92. Malawian President Joyce Banda on State Visit to Zimbabwe
  93. Take Education Seriously, Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru Urges Youth
  94. Who Is Persecuting Gbagbo?
  95. Important Messages From Kenya
  96. Venezuela Survives Another Attempt at Regime Change
  97. Colombia, FARC Begin New Round of Talks In Cuba
  98. Boko Haram: Jonathan At Crossroads
  99. Richie Havens (72), Soulful Folk Singer, Riveted Woodstock
  100. Influence of the Yuan in Africa Set to Grow
  101. 'Zimbabwe Economy Defies Odds,' Says President Mugabe
  102. Re-Engagement With Zimbabwe: West Must Walk the Talk
  103. Western Nations In Stampede to Normalize Relations With Zimbabwe
  104. Zimbabwe Look East Policy Panacea to Sanctions
  105. Chinese Vice President Vows Friendly Ties With South Sudan
  106. Peacekeeper Shot Dead in Sudan's Darfur Region
  107. Test of Credibility Over SPLM-N Link to South Sudan Government
  108. More Than 20 Killed In South Sudan Violence
  109. South Sudan Military Accused of Attacking Lorema Hospital
  110. Somalia Al Shabab Fights Back Against 'War Crimes' Allegations
  111. Somalia Government Will Not Recognize the Outcome of Kismayo Conference
  112. Assistant District Commissioner Killed Near Somalia Town
  113. Is the Somalia Federal Government Showing Regional Preferences?
  114. Saving Detroit: Community Service and Activism In (Glocal) Perspective
  115. Africans Remittances Outweigh Western Aid
  116. Why Does the ICC Only Prosecute African Leaders?
  117. Have African-Americans Left Baseball?
  118. Few South African Tears for Departed 'Iron Lady'
  119. South African Farmers Form Partnerships With White Settlers
  120. Let's Vote In Peace Says President Mugabe of Zimbabwe
  121. Saluting Zimbabwe's Revolutionary Women
  122. Teens Stunned At Portrayal As Boston Bombing Suspects
  123. Egypt Opposition Condemns Brotherhood's Planned Demonstration AgainstJudiciary
  124. Egypt-IMF Loan Negotiations Still In Progress
  125. 200 Injured After Explosion at West, Texas Fertilizer Plant
  126. Malawi President to Visit Zimbabwe to Open International Trade Fair
  127. Rebels Agree to Hold Talks With Sudan Government
  128. Sudan Army Retakes Two Darfur Towns From Rebels
  129. Symbolic Targets Have Been Hit in Somalia
  130. Thatcher's Hand Was In Attempted Equatorial Guinea Coup
  131. Zimbabwe Government Cancels Poll Funding Request
  132. U.S. State Department Envoy Dispatched to Zimbabwe
  133. United States Envoy Visits Zimbabwe
  134. Sudan Justice Minister Asks President Bashir for Forces to CaptureDarfur Suspects
  135. Boston Terror Attacks, Bomb Squad, Terror Drill, Bomb Sniffing Dogs,Law Enforcement S
  136. Boston Bombs Were Loaded to Maim
  137. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on African Perspectives Radio Broadcast at CHR
  138. US-Backed Opposition Forces In Venezuela Accused of Plotting Coup
  139. A License to Lie Is Western World's Gift
  140. World Bank Statements on Land Reform Vindicates Zimbabwe Policy
  141. Zimpapers Poised to Reclaim Blue Chip Status
  142. US-Backed Somalia Regime Seeks to Blame 'Foreigners' for SecurityFailures
  143. Canada Focus of Investigation Into Attacks in Somalia
  144. 2500 Displaced In South Somalia As Security Forces Pullout
  145. Wall Street Posts Worst Day Since November 7
  146. Maduro Wins Venezuela Presidency
  147. 3,069-Strong United Nations Brigade to Intervene In DRC
  148. South Africans Feeling Safer Now Than During Apartheid, Says ANC Cabinet
  149. Marikana Lawyer Mpofu Released From Hospital After Stabbing in SouthAfrica
  150. Northern State Governments May Not Support President Jonathan for Re-election in Nige
  151. Presidents of Somalia, Breakaway Somaliland Holds Talks In Turkey
  152. Florida Cops Accused of Having Trayvon Martin Targets
  153. Libyan Loyalists Base Reportedly Attacked in Sebha
  154. Zimbabwe Vice-President Mujuru Commissions Victoria Falls AirportExpansion
  155. ZANU-PF Dispatches Investigative Team to Manicaland
  156. 2.7 Billion Users Active on Internet: Information and CommunicationsTechnology (ICT)
  157. Ethiopian Military Kills Civilians In Central Somalia Region
  158. IMF Recognizes Somalia Government After 22-Year Break
  159. South Sudan's Unity State Denies Hosting Rebels
  160. President Bashir Announces Normalization With South Sudan
  161. AU Chair Says Sudan, South Sudan Should Consolidate Ties
  162. African Union Welcomes Resumption of South Sudan Oil Production, Export
  163. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV Money Trail: 'History of the Counc
  164. Obama Proposes Plan to Cut Social Security
  165. Cost of Cyprus Bailout Swells to $30 Billion, Leaked Documents Reveal
  166. Top FARC Leader in Cuba for Colombia Peace Talks
  167. Venezuelan President Maduro to Fight Corruption
  168. Venezuela Closes Border With Colombia Ahead of Presidential Elections
  169. Plot Revealed to Assassinate Interim Venezuelan President Maduro
  170. ANC Appoints 22-Member Youth League Task Team
  171. South Africa Owes Chris Hani a Debt of Gratitude
  172. Chris Hani Memorial Marked by Sharp Debate Over Legacy
  173. FBI Sued Over Secretive Mass Surveillance Program
  174. ICC A Regime Change Tool
  175. South Sudan Urged to Stop Use of Death Penalty
  176. Kenyatta Pledges to Unite Kenyans
  177. President Uhuru Kenyatta's Inauguration Speech--April 9, 2013
  178. Madonna Has VIP Status Revoked After Insulting Malawian President Banda
  179. Pact Between Sudan Government, JEM 'A Big Step Forward'
  180. Sudan President Bashir Visits Chad
  181. Sudan Imports Push Commodity Prices Down In Unity State
  182. South Sudan Oil Flows Again
  183. Black Mass Incarceration, the Prison-Industrial Complex and the PrisonState
  184. Syrian Political Parties, Unions and Organizations Denounce TerroristBombing In Damas
  185. Syrian Army Eliminates Terrorists In Several Areas, Foils InfiltrationAttempt From Le
  186. Obama Approves Sending More U.S. Military Aid to Somalia
  187. Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast for April 6, 2013--Tribute to Dr. Mart
  188. US Navy Deploying Laser Weapon Prototype Near Iran
  189. European Union Naval Force In Somalia
  190. U.S. Abruptly Extends Sanctions On Somalia
  191. Puntland President Meets With South Africa Delegation
  192. Zimbabwe Government to Import 150,000 Metric Tonnes of Maize From Zambia
  193. Dubious Friends Eye Zimbabwe Gems
  194. Not Another War! Pentagon Out of Korea!
  195. Activist Dick Gregory on Hunger Strike to Demand Freedom for Lynne Stewart
  196. Libya's Future Looks Bleak As Corporate Media Focus Turns Elsewhere
  197. Madiba Discharged After Nine Day Hospital Stay
  198. CAR Rebel Leader Djotodia Accepts Regional Summit Outcome
  199. Five Killed In Mozambique Clashes
  200. Zimbabwe Government Scoffs At US Position On Elections
  201. Egyptian Women's Group Proposes New Sexual Harassment Law
  202. Cairo Court Fires Were Deliberate: Senior Judge
  203. Suit Over Criminal Defense System In Michigan Proceeds
  204. Tennessee Denies Protest Permits to Confront White SupremacistConference
  205. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV Top Five: 'Western Imperialism Plo
  206. British Intelligence Said to Have Had Role in Lumumba Assassination
  207. United States Makes Frantic Efforts to Take Over Africa
  208. South Sudan Raids Rebel Base in Jonglei
  209. Somalia Is Yet to Deliver the Right Messiah
  210. AMISOM Welcomes Deployment of Sierra Leone Troops
  211. AMISOM Troops Claim Advance Linking Mogadishu and Baidoa in Somalia
  212. Al-Shabaab Continues to Grow in Somalia
  213. Bomb Strikes Headquarters of Somalia's Largest Bank
  214. U.S. Stocks Fall After Disappointing Data
  215. Egyptian Court Rules Against Extradition of Former Libyan Official
  216. DPRK Mobilizes In Response to U.S. Threats
  217. Republic of Sudan Releases Six Political Prisoners
  218. 11 Killed In Clashes Between Rebel Group, Congo Army
  219. Israel Launches Fresh Airstrike on Gaza Strip
  220. Libyan Rebel TV Suspends Work Over Security Breakdown
  221. What Is Khama's Game Plan?
  222. M23 Congo Rebels Slam United Nations
  223. The Constitution Is Sacred In Zimbabwe
  224. Tobacco Exports Gross US$86 Million In Zimbabwe
  225. Adviser to Rebel Libyan Prime Minister Kidnapped
  226. CAR News Update: Religious Tensions Rise; Interim Government Formed;Child Soldiers Ki
  227. BRICS Summit Promotes Unity Among Major Emerging Economies
  228. Fighting Erupts In Timbuktu Involving French and Malian Forces
  229. Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast for March 30, 2013
  230. 'China Is Africa's All-Weather Friend'
  231. Chiadzwa Diamond Production to Double in Zimbabwe
  232. Nigeria And The Drone In The Sahel
  233. Nigerian President Consoles Mother of Tribune Publisher
  234. Lagos Deputy Governor Urges Nigerian Students to Seek Greatness
  235. Disquiet In Nigerian Presidency Over Northern Amnesty Proposal for BokoHaram
  236. Nigerian Plateau Killing Toll Hits 50
  237. Award-Winning Plant Scientist Inspired By Grandmother
  238. Nigeria Gets Significant Amount of FDI In Africa
  239. Kenyatta Won Kenya's Presidency Fairly, Says Supreme Court
  240. Argentina Offers to Pay off $1.4 Billion in Debt
  241. Why is the International Criminal Court Picking Only on Africa?
  242. Libyan Rebels Destroy More Religious Sites
  243. Women Brutally Raped by Libyan Rebels
  244. Libyan Christians Brace for More Attacks From Counter-revolutionaries
  245. UAE Monarchy Digs Deeper Into Occupied Libyan Security Crisis
  246. No One Will Survive DPRK's Retaliatory Strike
  247. Federal Suit Filed to Halt Emergency Management In Michigan
  248. Detroit Demonstration Shuts Down City Hall for Two Hours in ProtestOver Racist-Dictat
  249. Detroit Demonstration Against Dictatorial Corporate Rule Shuts DownCity Hall
  250. Weekly Jobless Claims Rise More Than Expected in the U.S.