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  1. Libya: Quo Vadis? Post-Benghazi Libya
  2. Egypt: Awqaf Ministry Condemns Charlie Hebdo Attack
  3. Tunisia: Abducted Tunisian Journalists - FM Calls On Libyan Authorities to Act Urgent
  4. Cote d'Ivoire: Former U.S. Official Calls for Amnesty for Simone Gbagbo
  5. Nigeria: Boko Haram Raids Settlements in North East Nigeria
  6. West Africa: West Africa 'Fragile', Says UN Envoy
  7. Cote d'Ivoire: Empty Chair Policy
  8. Africa: Four in a Row for Yaya Toure
  9. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Calls for 'Swift' Action On Rwandan Rebels
  10. Burundi: Dozens of Extra-Judicial Killings in Fighting - Rights Group
  11. Uganda: Detained Rebel for Trial in Kampala or The Hague?
  12. Burundi: Third Tenure for Nkurunziza?
  13. Tanzania: Tanzanian Police Arrest 15 Over Disappearance of Albino Child
  14. South Africa: Condemn Paris Media Massacre, Cartoonist Says
  15. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe In Eviction Row
  16. Malawi: Warning - More Floods in the Next Two Weeks, 561 Victims in Blantyre
  17. South Africa: Ruling Party Brings Annual Anniversary Promises to Cape Town
  18. Mozambique: MDM Praises a Legislature in Which Was Smothered By Frelimo
  19. Zimbabwe: Economy Needs Bold Action
  20. South Africa: Government Committed to Repatriate Remains From Nigeria
  21. South Africa: Power Supplier Announces Rolling Blackouts
  22. Business boom with body enhancers
  23. Miners cry foul over attached gems
  24. EDITORIAL COMMENT: It’s time we became diamond people
  25. Fuel prices cut • Traders get 2-week ultimatum • Move in line with global trends
  26. Five Clubs in just 15 months
  27. Bloody end to France sieges
  28. BAR TALK: School fees, January bonuses and unusual sex appetite
  29. Govt clears air on Manzou Farm
  30. ‘An attack on Muhammad is an attack on Islam’
  31. Zimbabwe: Tragedy of borrowed mindsets
  32. ‘Africa Does Not Need A Savior, America Needs A Savior’
  33. Depo-Provera Linked To Increased HIV Risk In Africa
  34. Video Shows Cops Roughing Up Tamir Rice’s 14-Year-Old Sister As Her Brother Lay Dying
  35. Can Cuomo And De Blasio Stand Up To NYPD Thuggery?
  36. Mario Cuomo Was Not The Liberal Beacon He’s Made Out To Be
  37. Supporting Black-Owned Businesses Helps Stabilize Communities
  38. What Can Africa Learn From East Asia’s Boom?
  39. Nigeria: Boko Haram Burns Down Houses in Nigerian Towns Near Baga
  40. Libya: Tripoli Pleads for Weapons
  41. Morocco: HM the King Dismisses Youth and Sports Minister Over Responsibility in Rabat
  42. Libya: Promoting Women's Rights and Political Inclusion in Arab States
  43. Tunisia: Security Situation Discussed As President of Republic Receives Defence Minis
  44. Egypt: Phase II of Sinai 'Buffer Zone' Evacuation to Commence Today
  45. Africa: How Regimes Derive Legitimacy Through the Fight Against Terror
  46. Nigeria: Insurgents Kill 25, Abduct Others in Yobe
  47. Liberia: Ebola Cases Still Reducing - UN to Focus On Survival
  48. Liberia: Niger, Benin Leaders Visit Liberia
  49. Cote d'Ivoire: Addressing Inequality Is Major Health Challenge of Our Time
  50. Central Africa: U.S. Hands Top Rebel to Uganda
  51. Kenya: Family Questioned As Police Probe ICC Witness Death
  52. Kenya: Hague Sideshows Silence Election Victims
  53. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Chief Urges 'Decisive Action' Against Armed Group
  54. Zimbabwe: Graduate or Spy?
  55. South Africa: Country Gets Its First Chess Grandmaster
  56. Mozambique: Government Declares Orange Alert
  57. Mozambique: Inflation in 2014 Less Than Two Percent
  58. Mozambique: President-Elect to Take Office On 15 January
  59. South Africa: Welcome to the Future. It's Been Here All Along
  60. South Africa: Brutal Killing of Cartoonists Will Solve Middle East Problem - Expert
  61. West Africa: Ebola Survivors Share Life-Saving Tips Via Mobile App
  62. Nurses to get bonuses next week
  63. Search on for Paris attackers
  64. Zifa pleads with govt
  65. RBZ cancels Allied Bank licence
  66. Govt fights worst flooding in years
  67. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Give CPU its due resources, funding
  68. Zimdancehall ignition!
  69. DJ Munya defies court rules
  70. Police hunt for female rapists
  71. Charumbira villagers demand compensation before relocation
  72. South Africa: Africans In Particular, Black People In General, Not Welcome
  73. Another Black Man Dies In Police Custody In Georgia
  74. Michael Vick’s Black Hair Brush Business A High Demand Success
  75. Former American Soldiers, Presidential Guard Behind Gambia Coup Attempt
  76. Zimbabwe: What Does 2015 Hold
  77. The Palestinianization Of Blacks In The United States
  78. Trendsetting Black Businesses
  79. South Africa: Mfuleni Youth Question Deputy President
  80. South Africa: Let's Not Focus Only On the Matric Results
  81. Algeria: Opposition Stumbles Towards Unity
  82. Tunisia: New President Names Prime Minister
  83. Libya: Foreign Fighters Among Jihadists - Report
  84. Tunisia: Release Jailed Facebook Blogger, Says Amnesty
  85. Sudan: Khartoum Doubts Libyan Threats Against Planes
  86. Mali: Ancient Timbuktu Manuscripts Shine
  87. Nigeria: Campaign Finance Reform Needed to Make Public Office Affordable
  88. Togo: Two Decades and Counting - When Will Local Elections be Held?
  89. West Africa: New UN Ebola Chief Vows Scaled-Up Support
  90. Ghana: Bishops Speak Out Against Corruption
  91. Burundi: UN, Congolese Troops Seize Burundi Rebel Bases
  92. Kenya: ICC Alarmed At Witness Death, Reveals Security Was Offered
  93. South Sudan: How to Bring Peace to South Sudan
  94. Kenya: Teachers Continue Strike After Talks Collapse
  95. South Africa: How to Fix Forgotten Schools
  96. South Africa: Africans in Particular, People of Colour in General, Not Welcome
  97. Malawi: Mutharika Fires Press Secretary Ndala for Fraud
  98. South Africa: Kalahari, Takealot Merger Approved
  99. Mozambique: No Attack On Dhlakama Planned - Muthisse
  100. Mozambique: Provincial Assemblies Sworn in - Without Renamo
  101. Mozambique: Food Prices to Remain Stable for At Least Three Months
  102. South Africa: Remembering Joe Slovo, 20 Years On
  103. Ancient Timbuktu Manuscripts Saved From Terrorists Shine In Brussels
  104. Anti-Racist Movement Must Intensify In The U.S. During 2015
  105. Zimbabwe Gets Record $380 Million Defence Budget
  106. Zimbabwe: Minister To Remove Corrupt White Farmers
  107. What Will Be Your Legacy?
  108. No Justice, No Profit
  109. Juror In Michael Brown Case Sues To Remove Gag Order – Alleges Misconduct
  110. Tunisia: Woman Tortured Over Facebook Posts, Group Alleges
  111. Tunisia: Blogger Jailed for Facebook Posts
  112. Egypt: Police Officer Killed in Blast Outside Giza Police Station - Source
  113. Egypt: Policemen Killed in Attack on Church
  114. Egypt: Two Police Officers Arrested for Shooting Dead Brothers At Suez Checkpoint
  115. Liberia: Ebola Eases in South-East
  116. Sierra Leone: President Koroma Calls for Destigmatization of Ebola Hit Countries
  117. West Africa: What is It Like After Recovering From Ebola?
  118. Nigeria: Strike Stalls Inquest Into Church Building Collapse
  119. Liberia: Oxford University Begins Ebola Trials
  120. Burundi: Tension Mounts Ahead of Polls
  121. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Force Prepares for Military Operations
  122. Kenya: Kenya's Security Act Threatens Refugees
  123. Kenya: ICC Lawyer Wants Murder of Defence Witness Probed
  124. Kenya: Nyahururu Pupils Told to Stay Home
  125. Zambia: Party Lines Blur in Two-Horse Election Race
  126. South Africa: School Leavers' Pass Rate Dips
  127. Zimbabwe: New Divisions Emerge in Ruling Party
  128. South Africa: Mixed Reaction to National Pass Rate
  129. Zambia: Donors Give U.S. $3 Million for Election
  130. South Africa: New Curriculum Affected 2014 Matrics
  131. South Africa: NYDA Commends Class 2014
  132. Nigerian Military Rejects American Claim About Chibok Girls
  133. 2014 Lies Of The Year
  134. When Police Die! – A Must Read
  135. Uhuru Kenyatta: African “Person Of The Year”
  136. France ‘Ready’ To Bomb Rebels On Libya Border
  137. Manhunt Under Way For Suspects Who Allegedly Wounded 2 NYPD Officers
  138. The Racist History Of The Charter School Movement
  139. Egypt: Grave of Fifth Dynasty Queen Discovered
  140. Tunisia: Habib Essid Determined to Finish Off Consultations As Soon As Possible to Fo
  141. Algeria: French Anti-Colonial Film-Maker Vautier Dies
  142. Tunisia: Caid Essebsi Proposes to Make of National Dialogue a Consultative Space - Ab
  143. Algeria: Milk, Sugar Imports to About U.S.$2.7 Billions in 11 Months
  144. Gambia: U.S. Charges Two Over Gambia Coup Bid
  145. Nigeria: Army Rejects U.S. Claim About Chibok Girls
  146. Mali: Peacekeepers Wounded in Blast
  147. Africa: Mobile App to Speed Ebola Response
  148. Liberia: Schools to Reopen as Ebola Declines
  149. Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Forsaken
  150. Ethiopia: Gauging Public Participation Ahead of the Elections
  151. Kenya: Odinga's Son Dies in His Arms
  152. Kenya: Cyberoam - IOT to Gain Wider Visibility Due to Advancements and Vulnerabilitie
  153. Ethiopia: The Toll of 'Aristocratic Spirit' in Academia
  154. Swaziland: Govt Under Fire Over Oil Deal
  155. Africa: In Blackout-Hit South Africa, Could Hydrogen Be the Answer?
  156. South Africa: Why I Paid 1k to Get My Matric Results Early
  157. South Africa: Why Matric Pass Rate Must Be Viewed in Context
  158. Malawi: Mutharika to Resign Over Incompetency and Persistent Illness - Prophet Liabun
  159. Swaziland: PM Wrong On Agoa Impact
  160. South Africa: Snatched Baby Back At Home
  161. South Africa: I Cheated in My Matric Exam and Got Away With It
  162. LATEST: Madzibaba Ishamael appears in court
  163. Free Money: Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme Is Calling For Applications
  164. Malema: South Africa’s Person Of The Year
  165. The Black Come Up – The Gantt Report
  166. Africa In 2014: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
  167. North Korea: ‘Obama Monkey In Tropical Forest’
  168. 10 Businesses You Can Start With Just Your Smartphone
  169. Arab/Muslim Invaders Kill Seven Malian Soldiers
  170. Kenya: Flights Resume Into Airport After Crashlanding
  171. Kenya: Scores Trapped in Deadly Building Collapse
  172. Egypt: Egyptians Kidnapped in Libya
  173. Egypt: Coptic Christians Reported Abducted in Libyan Coastal City of Sirte
  174. Egypt: Budget Deficit Rises By Egp 42 Billion in Fiscal Year's First Five Months
  175. Nigeria: Boko Haram Overruns Multinational Army Base
  176. Africa: 'We Have No Plan B, We Have to Get Rid of This Virus'
  177. Nigeria: Car Bomb Explosion Kills 6 in Yobe
  178. Nigeria: Boko Haram Fighters Capture Baga
  179. Nigeria: Boko Haram Intensifies Kidnappings in Nigeria
  180. Somalia: Five Killed in Mogadishu Suicide Bomb Attack
  181. Kenya: Plane Crash Lands on Nairobi Runway
  182. Kenya: Former Prime Minister's Son Found Dead
  183. South Sudan: Rebels Appoint Top Field Commanders
  184. Rwanda: Pressure Mounts On DRC, Monusco Over FDLR
  185. Zimbabwe: Deadly Floods Persist
  186. Zimbabwe: Industry Faces Gloomy 2015 - Experts
  187. Mozambique: 'My Father Forced Me to Marry'
  188. Zimbabwe: Madzibaba Mufani Arrest Unjustified, Mwonzora
  189. South Africa/Zambia: Bafana Bafana Overcome Chipolopolo
  190. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Should Invest in a New Economy
  191. Zambia: Chipolopolo Gets New Skipper in Rainford Kalaba
  192. Zambia: Kalaba Says Maureen Mwanawasa Making Irresponsible Statements, Alleges Muvi T
  193. Be exemplary, Zimondi urges ZPCS top brass
  194. Defining Moment
  195. Zwizwai betrays MDC-T’s shallow politics
  196. Odinga’s son in mystery death
  197. Russians eye Zim’s livestock
  198. Kinnah rocks talent night
  199. Boko Haram seizes army base
  200. Rugby’s forgetable year
  201. Zimre seeks to raise $15m in rights issue
  202. The magic of satire in Ngugi’s ‘Crow’
  203. North Africa: Hundreds Stranded in Mediterranean
  204. Libya: Algeria Pursues Political Solution in Libya
  205. North Africa: Maghreb Residents Voice 2015 Wishes
  206. Zambia/Egypt: Nkana Admit 'Sate Sate' Egypt Interest
  207. Egypt: 1,500 Tourists Visit Abu Simbel, Nefertari Temples in Aswan
  208. Nigeria: Boko Haram Abducts 40 Boys, Men
  209. Africa: AllAfrica's Most Read Stories of 2014 (Includes Sex)
  210. Nigeria: Nigeria's Woes Could Multiply in Election Year
  211. Nigeria: Gunmen Abduct Youths
  212. Africa: UN Ebola Chief Claims 'Significant Progress'
  213. Congo-Kinshasa: As Surrender Deadline Passes, Action Urged Against Rebels
  214. Somalia: Troops, Al-Shabaab Fighters Killed in Attack
  215. Congo-Kinshasa: Rwanda Distrusts S. Africa, Tanzania on Rebels
  216. Tanzania: Local Books Open Worlds for City Kids
  217. Zimbabwe: Malawian Prophet Predicts Mugabe's End
  218. Southern Africa: Zuma Presses FDLR Rebels to Disarm Voluntarily or Face Military Acti
  219. Zambia: Ballot Papers Printing Almost Complete
  220. Angola: Retrospect 2014 - The Paths of a Peace Diplomacy
  221. Zimbabwe: Mpofu Worried As Office Broken Into
  222. Angola: Coach Miller Gomes Rescinds Contract With Libolo for Uefa Level 3 Training
  223. Editorial Comment: Govt must prioritise armyworm control
  224. Southern Zim: Taking the debate forward
  225. Let’s work to fulfil our New Year resolutions
  226. Welcome to the glass world
  227. Is yogi our moyes?
  228. Zimbabwean achievers honoured in US
  229. ‘All will be well in 2015’
  230. ZIFA challenged to lead the way
  231. Personal Strategic Planning Will Make You Succeed In 2015
  232. Ezell Ford Autopsy Report: Four Unanswered Questions
  233. Stay Away From The Sentinelese. Either You’ll Kill Them Or They’ll Kill You
  234. 5 Reasons Why 2015 May Be A Very Unhappy New Year For Europe
  235. Western Aid To Africa Masks ‘Looting’ Of Continent
  236. Gambia Arrests Collaborators After Western-Backed Coup Attempt
  237. Nigeria: German Engineers Shot Dead in Nigeria
  238. What if Stevie had decided otherwise?
  239. Nigeria’s PDP, APC in war of words
  240. Egypt: Call for Pro-Mursi Rallies Ahead of Uprising Anniversary
  241. Egypt: Retrial of Al Jazeera Journalists Must Pave Way to Their Unconditional Freedom
  242. Algeria: Special Interest to Local Development in 2015, Says Belaiz
  243. Egypt: Security Checkpoint Attacked in Sinai, No Casualties - Security Source
  244. Morocco: 2014 Year in Review
  245. Nigeria: Watch the Watcher... Revisiting Obasanjo's Reign
  246. Cote d'Ivoire: Lawyers Plan for Simone Gbagbo's First Interrogation
  247. Nigeria: 2014 Was a Horrible Year for All of Us - Chibok Parents
  248. Gambia: Jammeh Says Tuesday Episode a 'Terror Attack' Not Attempted Coup
  249. Liberia: 'Tired of Ebola' - Liberians Hopeful of Deadly Virus Free 2015
  250. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Attack Army Base