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  1. ZANU-PF Headed For Victory
  2. UK Communique on Zimbabwe Slammed
  3. Palestine Commends Zimbabwe
  4. Chicago Mobilizes Against Massive School Closings
  5. Eritrean Community Centers Firebombed In Sweden
  6. Al-Shabab Renews Offensive In Southern Somalia
  7. Twin Explosions Rock Presidential Palace In Kismayo, Somalia
  8. Rising Profile of Nigeria's E-Payment System
  9. South African Court Sentences Henry Okah to 24 Years
  10. Michel Djotodia Takes Control of the Capital of the CAR
  11. Two Indians Killed In Central African Republic by French Forces
  12. Libyan Rebels Say Four Christians Will Be Freed From Jail
  13. BRICS Is Critical For Developing Nations
  14. African Union Suspends CAR After Seleka Oust President Bozize
  15. ANC Says South African Soldiers Died for Peace in CAR
  16. President Zuma Confirms 13 Dead Soldiers in Central African RepublicClashes
  17. Central African Republic Rebel Chief to Name Power-Sharing Government
  18. Seleka Leader Michel Djotodia Suspends Constitution in the CentralAfrican Republic
  19. Gaddafi Family Granted Asylum in Oman
  20. Continuing the Legacy of the Great Walk to Freedom of 1963
  21. Africa Has a Lot to Gain From BRICS
  22. British, US Press Reignites Hysteria Around Zimbabwe
  23. Syrian Army Units Continue Operations Against Terrorists In Several Areas
  24. Ten Citizens Injured by Mortar Shells in Damascus
  25. Syria Opposition in Dissaray
  26. Occupied Libya Transferring $2 Billion to Egypt's Bank
  27. Libyan Rebels Besiege Ali Zidan's Offices
  28. Self-Serving Leaders Are a Liability to the ANC
  29. South African Police Are Covering Up Marikana Shooting, Says SAHRC
  30. PRC First Lady Is a Star In Her Own Right
  31. Belgian Member of Parliament Involved in Assassination Plot Against DRCPresident Kabi
  32. French Troops Dispatched to Central African Republic
  33. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV's U.S. Desk: 'Hunger Strike Is Git
  34. ICC Will Not Drop Charges Against Kenya's President-Elect
  35. Xi Trip Highlights China's African Influence
  36. AFRICOM Prompts Suspicion In Southern Africa
  37. African Union Welcomes Progress In Sudan-South Sudan
  38. FBI Targets Former National Security Adviser Over Sudan
  39. Desperate Cyprus Pleads for Help After Bailout Collapse
  40. Syrian President al-Assad Meets Parents of Martyred Students
  41. Lavrov, Brahimi Discuss Situation In Syria
  42. Syrian Communist Party (Unified) Condemns Terrorists' Chemical Attack In Aleppo
  43. Political Program Implementation Committee Meets Socialist Unionists Party In Syria
  44. Stop Tax Foreclosures In Detroit and Wayne County: Demonstrations on March 20 & 21
  45. Iraq Blasts Kill 65 on 10 Anniversary of U.S. Imperialist Invasion
  46. Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru Orders Ethanol Plant Opened
  47. Zimbabwe Demonstrates Highest Level of Political Maturity
  48. Draft Constitution Wins In Zimbabwe
  49. Michigan Gov. Snyder Imposes Corporate Rule In Detroit
  50. U.S. Stages Military Exercises In North and West Africa
  51. Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast, March 16, 2013
  52. Zimbabwe Says 'Remove Sanctions On Our Gems'
  53. SADC Executive Secretary Hails Zimbabwe Elections
  54. BBC Journalists Stage-Managed Political Violence During Zimbabwe Elections
  55. Sudan and Chad Distinguished Relations Continue
  56. ANC Leaders Disbands Youth League Executive
  57. COSATU Sets Auditors on Vavi
  58. Human Trafficking and the Human Rights Agenda Against Eritrea
  59. 'South Sudan Won't Rely Solely On Oil', Says Ambassador Osman
  60. Hajia Sodangi: A Quiet Northern Activist in Nigeria
  61. Addressing Funding Gaps In Nigeria's Broadband Deployment
  62. Getting Emerging African Economies Ready
  63. Death Toll in Egypt's Port Said Reaches 48
  64. Chad Urged to Execute Arrest Warrant Against Sudanese Leader
  65. Sudan Coup Attempt Trial Shrouded In Secrecy
  66. African Union On Rare Mission to Sudan's Darfur
  67. South Sudan Forms High-Level Committees to Implement Agreement
  68. Zimbabwe Electoral Commission Chairperson Sworn In
  69. SADC Observers Satisfied With Preparations for Zimbabwe Elections
  70. U.S. Drone Strikes Violate Pakistan's Sovereignty
  71. Post-Gaddafi Libyan Rebels Spread Chaos
  72. Christians Tortured in US-Backed Libya
  73. Conditions Are Horrible for Prisoners In Somalia
  74. More Dead Bodies Found on Somalian Streets
  75. One Arrest In Bombing and Assassination of CIA Officials In Libya
  76. Christian Church Burned Down in Eastern Libya
  77. Wall Street Bankers Are the Big Winners in Detroit's Fiscal Crisis
  78. Abayomi Azikiwe & George Shire Featured on "Heart of Africa"Radio: 'Hugo Chavez and t
  79. US Public Schools Continue to Lose Jobs
  80. Tunisian Man Dies of Self-Immolation
  81. Zimbabwe President Mugabe Decries Emergence of Violence
  82. UNESCO Visits Cairo to Discuss Threats to Archaeological Sites
  83. ElBaradei: 'I Don't Hope the Military Takes Over' in Egypt
  84. Russia and U.S. Disagree Over Sudans at the United Nations
  85. Sudanese Pound Strengthens In Wake of Khartoum-Juba Agreement
  86. United Nations Fears South Sudan Rebel Offensive
  87. South Sudan Will Resume Oil Output Within Three Weeks
  88. Somalian Woman Says Her Rapists Were Rewarded
  89. Somalia Prime Minister Shirdon Signs Historic Agreement With Puntland
  90. Somalia Gripped by Inflation, High Prices
  91. Syrian Crisis Resembles Somalia Civil War, Says UN Envoy Brahimi
  92. Women and the Political Economy of Care
  93. 11 Ex-Malawian Minister Arrested
  94. Libyan Mufti Criticizes United Nations Document on Women
  95. Tunisian-Libyan Southern Border Crossing Closed Following Clashes
  96. Egyptians Protest Death of Christians In Libya
  97. Comments on "Thomas Sankara: The Upright Man" By Abayomi Azikiwe
  98. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'Venezuelans Support M
  99. National Hospital Workers Commence Indefinite Strike In Nigeria
  100. Nigerian Senator Seeks Assistance in U.S. for Dealing With InternalProblems
  101. UK, Italy to Join Nigeria In 'Anti-Terrorism' Campaign
  102. Nigerian Police Probe Alleged Killing of Kidnapped Foreigners
  103. Somalia Pirates Release 28 Indian Sailors
  104. Help Needed After Tribal Factional Clashes in Libya's Nafusa Mountains
  105. 50 Christians Seized by Militias in Libya
  106. Sudan, South Sudan to Create Demilitarized Border Zone
  107. Towards Abadoning Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting In Somalia
  108. Puntland Demonstration Takes Place Against President Faroole
  109. Remember Libya: How US-NATO Destroyed an Entire Country Under aHumanitarian Mandate
  110. Outlaws and Disorder in Neo-Colonial Libya
  111. NUMSA Leader Defends COSATU Secretary General
  112. South African Minister of Public Service Meets Resistance fromTeacher's Union
  113. Israeli Forces Clash With Palestinians Near Al-Aqsa Mosque
  114. Israeli Troops Open Fire at Palestinians In Gaza, One Injured
  115. Kenyatta Wins Presidency in Kenya
  116. President Mugabe In South Africa For Former Liberation Movements Meeting
  117. It's Time New Zimbabwe Farmers Become Self-Reliant
  118. It's Beneficial to Invest In Zimbabwe Women
  119. 'Enough Is Enough'....Women Unite Against Gender Violence In Zimbabwe
  120. Libyan Women Pushed Backward Under U.S.-SupportedCounter-Revolutionaries
  121. Rebels Storm Private Television Station in Libya
  122. Tunisian Government Line-up Decided, Say Prime Minister-designate
  123. Egyptologists Uncover Prehistoric Burial Site In Sudan
  124. "No Oil Discovered" Says Ethiopia and UK Firms
  125. UN Condemns Seizure of Peacekeepers by Syrian Rebels in Golan Heights
  126. Kenya Election: Kenyatta Team Criticizes Britain Over Role in Poll
  127. Tense Wait In Kenya As Electronic Vote Tally Fails
  128. UN Security Council Loosens Arms Embargo Against US-backed SomalianRegime
  129. Central Intelligence Agency's History Poses Hurdles for a Nominee
  130. Rebel Libyan Leader's Car Riddled With Bullets Amid Factional Unrest
  131. Chavez: Another CIA Assassination Victim
  132. Venezuela Expels Two US Embassy Officials Amid President Chavez'sPassing
  133. Venezuela Expels US Embassy Attache
  134. Venezuelan President Chavez Mourned by Millions
  135. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, 58, a Leader in the RevolutionaryMovement of Latin
  136. Egyptian President Morsi Receives Delegation From Nubia
  137. Gas Resumes Flowing From ENI's Libya Plant
  138. DPRK's Army and People Pledge to Take Revenge on U.S., South KoreanPuppet Forces
  139. President Chavez's Breathing Problems Worsen, Has Severe New Infection
  140. Somalia's Al-Shabaab Urges Kenyan Muslims to Boycott Vote
  141. AI Urges United Nations Not to Lift Somalia Arms Embargo
  142. Kenyatta Takes Early Lead As Kenya Counts Votes
  143. Over 500 Indigenization Applications Approved In Zimbabwe
  144. Zimbabwe Must Freely Trade Gems
  145. Syrian President Al-Assad Grants Interview to The Sunday Times
  146. Syrian Armed Forces Take Action Against Rebels In Several Areas
  147. Tehran, Damascus Stresses Political Solution to Crisis In Syria
  148. Iranian President Says National Dialogue Only Solution to Crisis inSyria
  149. Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast for March 2, 2013
  150. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'French Forces Dragged
  151. Tunisia's Revolution Annexed
  152. Tunisian Economic Recovery Hinges On Political Consensus
  153. Hundreds of Salafists Protest in Tunisia's Sidi Bouzid
  154. Tunisia Arrests Suspect In Killing That Sparked Unrest
  155. Tensions Escalate In Advance of Egypt's Parliamentary Elections
  156. Egypt's Army and Presidency: A Delicate Dance
  157. Sudan Complains to African Leaders About Uganda
  158. Somalia Prime Minister Declares Kismayo Convention Unconstitutional
  159. Intelligence Witchhunt to Begin In Libya Over 1988 Bombing
  160. Africa-South America Ties Need Boosting
  161. Southern African Development Community Gender Protocol a Welcome Step
  162. Zimbabwe Signs Memorandum of Understanding With Emirate of Ras AlKhaimar
  163. DPRK, U.S. Basketball Players Have Joint Players
  164. Bradley Manning Pleads Guilty to 10 Lesser Charges, Explains Motive
  165. Imperialists to Send Syrian Rebels More Aid
  166. Rebels in Libya Deny Former Prime Minister Is Being Tortured
  167. 'Increased Insecurity' After 10 Years of War In Darfur Region of Sudan
  168. Rosa Parks' Statue a Sign of Progress, Problems
  169. AMISOM Gender Units Conducts Training in Somalia
  170. Puntland Sentences 12 Al Shabaab Members to Death
  171. Voting Rights Law Draws Skepticism From Justices
  172. Nigerian National Judicial Council Conundrum
  173. Wealth Inequality Between Black and Whites Worsens in the United States
  174. South African Women's Affairs Minister Speaks on Pistorius Case
  175. South African Ministers Absent From Crucial Gender Debate
  176. King Zwelithini Speaks Out Against Rape In South Africa
  177. Gender Violence: Creating a New Normal for South Africa's Men
  178. Zimbabwe Women's Affairs Minister Clarifies COPAC Campaigns
  179. Libya Remains Lawless After Imperialist Overthrow of Gaddafi Government
  180. Calls For Balkanization Grows in Occupied Libya
  181. Western Observers Not Welcome In Zimbabwe Elections, Says VicePresident Mujuru
  182. Africa-South America Summit Adopts Declaration in Equatorial Guinea
  183. Zimbabwe, China Sign Three Agreements
  184. How Martin Luther King, Jr. Avoided Visiting Israel
  185. Federal Cuts Near As Battle Over Deficit Remains Unresolved
  186. A Revolutionary Perspective on the Emancipation Proclamation and the Civil War
  187. Pan-African Journal: Special African American History Month Program on Feb. 23, 2013
  188. Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast on February 23, 2013
  189. Egypt Orders $2.5 Million Worth of Teargas From the US Despite PlungingEconomy
  190. Washington Escalates Attacks Against Sudan
  191. At Least 11 Dead in Somalia Clashes
  192. Pro-Gaddafi Combatants Caught in Bani Walid Following Explosion
  193. Obama Administration to Provide Emails on CIA's Libya Talking Points
  194. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on RT World News: 'A VeryUnfortunate Decision,
  195. Malawi School Pupils Denounce President Joyce Banda
  196. Republic of Sudan's Voting Rights At The United Nations Reinstated
  197. US-backed Somalian Regime's Response to a Rape Report
  198. Malian Soldiers Accused of Abuse
  199. U.S. Military Personnel Arrive In Niger: Obama In Letter to Congress
  200. Libya's Displaced Can't Wait Anymore
  201. Mali: The Worst Is Yet To Come
  202. Tunisia's Ruling Islamist Party to Pick New Hardline Prime Minister
  203. French General Urges EU to Equip Mali Army
  204. Mali Islamists Fighting in Gao; Car Explodes In Kidal
  205. Syrian Army Units Eliminate Terrorists In Several Provinces
  206. Detroit Foreclosures, Fraud & the Big Fight
  207. Egypt's President Morsi Is The New American Stalwart In The Region
  208. African-South American Summit Set for Equatorial Guinea
  209. United Nations Urges Jonglei to End Cycle of Violence
  210. Somalia, AU Troops Enter Areas in Offensive Against Al-Shabaab in Somalia
  211. Zimbabweans Urged to Mark President Mugabe's Birthday Through SocialWork
  212. Zimbabwe President Mugabe Hands Over Outside-broadcast Van Donated by China
  213. Rita Makarau to Head the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission
  214. SPLM-N Denies Losing Ground to Sudanese Army
  215. Republic of Sudan Unhappy With U.S. Plans for a South Sudan DonorsConference
  216. South Sudan Vice President Summons Murle Community Leaders in Juba
  217. President Hugo Chavez Returns From Cuba
  218. Nigerian Ansaru Claims Responsibility for Kidnapping Seven Foreigners
  219. The Violence Against Persons Bill Debated in Nigeria
  220. Around And About Nollywood
  221. Nigerian Government Gives Terms for Talks With Boko Haram
  222. South African miners wounded in rival union clashes
  223. Zimbabwe Gold Deposits Discovered In Hwange
  224. US-backed Somalian Regime Denies Opposing Funds for Kenya Navy
  225. United Nations Security Council Discusses Revised Presence in Mogadishu
  226. Son of Somaliland Politician Arrested On Terrorism Charges
  227. Ansar al-Sharia Said to be Back on Libyan Streets of Benghazi
  228. United Nations Urges "Inclusive" National Reconciliation Approach inSouth Sudan
  229. Ecuador Votes for President, Correa Seen Winning New Term
  230. United Nations Chief to Attend Congo Peace Signing
  231. Mufti of Puntland Killed Inside Garowe Mosque
  232. Somalia Resistance Executes Kenyan, French Detainees
  233. Blast on Somalia Beachfront Restaurant Kills One Person
  234. Draft Call for Conference on Africa & U.S. Imperialism
  235. Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Featured on Press TV World News: 'Tougher Gun Laws Will
  236. Zimbabwe First Lady Speaks Against Environmental Crimes
  237. Vote Peacefully, Says Zimbabwe President Mugabe
  238. Zimbabwe Referendum Dates Gazetted
  239. Zimbabwe Diamond Sanctions Divide European Union
  240. Zimbabwe: Exploit Platinum Deposit Sensibly, Carefully
  241. South Africa's Land Policy to Shift on Foreign Ownership
  242. Era of US Hegemony Over, Says Iranian Speaker
  243. Action That Began the Angola People's Struggle
  244. British Labor Party Raises Concern Over London's Intervention in Mali
  245. Angolan Minister Attends Regional Gender Conference in Mozambique
  246. Malawi Civil Servants Hold Mass Protest Over Low Salaries
  247. West's Bid to Dominate Africa
  248. Peugeot Suffers Huge Losses Over Sanctions on Iran
  249. Egyptian Women Brandish Knives At Protest Against Sexual Assasult
  250. DPRK Urges U.S. to Choose Between Two Options