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  1. Tunisia: Any Person Involved in Normalisation With Israel Must Be Discarded From Poli
  2. Egypt: Blast in the Vicinity of Downtown's Talaat Harb - Security Source
  3. Egypt: Confirmation of 183 Death Sentences 'Outrageous'
  4. Libya: 'Islamic State' Encroaching On Libya
  5. Liberia: New Ebola Cases Reported in Liberia
  6. Cote d'Ivoire/Congo-Kinshasa: Confident Elephants Urged to be Cautious
  7. Gambia: U.S. Charges Third Person Over Foiled Coup
  8. Nigeria: Oil-Rich Niger Delta Aims to 'Light Up' With Renewable Energy
  9. Nigeria: Filmmaker Builds Bridges at Sundance Festival With Winning Short Film
  10. Africa: How the African Union Is Failing South Sudan
  11. Uganda: Kampala Slaughterhouse Turns Waste to Biogas
  12. Kenya: Mystery Developer Blocks Wilson Airport Runway
  13. Kenya: Acquitted Mombasa Terror Suspect Re-Arrested
  14. Kenya: Quarry Workers in Jail for Failing to Leave Mandera
  15. Zimbabwe: 20,000 Displaced Flood Victims Lack Adequate Food, Shelter
  16. South Africa: Eugene De Kock and the Violence of 'Nation Building and Reconciliation'
  17. South Africa: Government Prepares to Bring Back More Bodies From Nigeria
  18. Zimbabwe: EU in Sanctions Dilemma
  19. Malawi: Malawi Veteran Broadcaster, Charles Ndau, Dies At 75
  20. South Africa: The Killing of Anni - Shrien Dewani Might Still Have to Answer Question
  21. Africa: Minister of Women Must Condemn Mugabe's Sexist Remarks At AU Summit
  22. South Africa: JSC - Permanent Appointments Critical to Concourt's Independence
  23. Cabinet meets tomorrow
  24. Chombo to abolish council bodies
  25. 21st Feb Movement theme unveiled
  26. Zimbabwe, Russia consolidate relations
  27. President starts work as AU chairman
  28. Sanctions must go in toto: Govt
  29. Judges respond to Chidyausiku
  30. Pakistan test fires missile
  31. China, India, Russia ties hailed
  32. Turkey must respect Cyprus’ right to search for gas
  33. Thor Construction Ranked Among Nation’s Largest Black-Owned Businesses
  34. Time To Put An End To The Anti-Black Police State
  35. Mugabe: Not My Business What West Think Of My New AU Role
  36. Ethiopian-Israeli Rapper Featured In Documentary About Blacks Killed By Car Bomb
  37. Professor Launches Small Business Academy Offering Alternative To College For Blacks
  38. East African Energy Boom On The Way
  39. Stop And Frisk: NYPD’s ‘Broken Windows’ Policing ‘Criminalizes’ Black Men
  40. Kenya: Govt Imposes Strict Cigarette Packaging Rules
  41. Libya: What Next for Libya?
  42. Egypt: Deportation of Al Jazeera Journalist Must Not Overshadow Continuing Plight of
  43. Africa: African Force to Fight Boko Haram, a Move Welcomed By UN
  44. Africa: Many Armies and None
  45. Algeria: Shale Gas Should 'Complement' Energy Mix, Says Former Sonatrach CEO
  46. Nigeria: Car Bomb Follows Jonathan Campaign Rally
  47. Ghana: Christian Atsu Silences Critics
  48. Ghana/Cote d'Ivoire: Will Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire Reach Finals?
  49. Nigeria: Will Citizens Displaced By Boko Haram Vote?
  50. Africa: African Union's Plan to Fight Boko Haram
  51. Kenya: Ruto, Sang ICC Trial Adjourns for Two Weeks
  52. South Sudan: Surge in Sudanese Refugees Pushes Camp Capacity to Limit, Warns UN
  53. Tanzania: 30 Feared Dead in Lake Victoria Boat Accident
  54. Sudan: AU to Press UNSC to Withdraw Darfur Case From ICC
  55. Somalia: Opportunities Lost to Rein in Abusive Armed Groups
  56. Zimbabwe: Dying in Childbirth Still a National Trend in Zimbabwe
  57. Mozambique: Dhlakama Promises a Separatist Republic
  58. Africa: AU Chair Mugabe Is At the Peak of His Powers
  59. Malawi: Help to Flood-Hit Malawi Falls Far Short of Needs - UN
  60. Africa: The Africa Union Is Making Progress - Despite Mugabe's Selection
  61. Botswana: Colleagues, Friends Remember Raditlhokwa
  62. Malawi: Experts Blame Malawi Govt On Silence Over Dropping of Chasowa, Bineth Trust C
  63. Malawi: Malawi Floods - 152 People Still Missing As Death Toll Reaches 63
  64. Women are own worst enemies
  65. AU Commission, staff hail President
  66. Russian security minister in Zim
  67. Former Dynamos, CAPS Utd player pleads guilty to assault
  68. We aren’t the odd ones out
  69. Double tragedy for two nations
  70. Seed Co to venture into vegetable seeds
  71. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Lunatic fringe: Chief Justice spot on
  72. AU: Contradictions and duplicity of the West
  73. Legislators question RBZ debt Bill
  74. Video: Thug Cop Pulls Gun On Teens Having A Snowball Fight
  75. Franchises Create Business Opportunities For Blacks
  76. Atlanta Takes 15 Spots In List Of Largest Black Businesses
  77. Africa For Africans President Mugabe Tells African Union
  78. This Black Man Was Killed By The Cops He Called For Help
  79. U.S. May Approve Sale Of Cobra Attack Helicopters To Nigeria
  80. South Africa Angry That Its Citizens Are Helping Nigeria Fight Terrorism
  81. Kenya: New Team to Oversee Coconut Industry
  82. Kenya: Looming Danger As Over 80 Per Cent of City Buildings Are Unsafe for Habitation
  83. Kenya: Speeding Trailer Kills 56 Sheep in Naivasha
  84. Kenya: Mumias to Get Govt Bailout of Sh500 Million - CS Koskei
  85. Egypt: Second Al Jazeera Journalist to Be Freed?
  86. Egypt: One Journalist Freed, Two Remain Jailed
  87. Cote d'Ivoire/Algeria: Gervinho's Injury-Time Strike Seals Win Over Algeria
  88. Equatorial Guinea/Tunisia: No Tears for Tunisia As Ref Gets It Wrong
  89. Equatorial Guinea/Tunisia: Home Team Football Hero Shows His Pedigree
  90. Nigeria: Calm Returns to Maiduguri As Boko Haram Attack Foiled
  91. Ghana/Guinea: Atsu Gets a Brace as Ghana Wallop Guinea
  92. Nigeria: New Attacks Rock Maiduguri
  93. West Africa: West Africa Turns Into Dumping Ground for E-Waste
  94. South Sudan: Warring Leaders Reach Partial Deal
  95. Tanzania: Lutheran Church in Karagwe Constructs Agriculture Varsity
  96. Africa: AU Should Stop External Funding - Uhuru
  97. Ethiopia: Work Carried Out On GERD Aborts Planned Gold Project
  98. Kenya: Kalonzo Cautions Against Targeting Somalis in War On Terror
  99. Africa: President Mugabe Elected New Chairman of the African Union
  100. Zambia: Laz Excited On Mambilima's Chief Justice Appointment
  101. South Africa: South Africa Riots Raise Worry About Anti-Foreign Sentiment
  102. Mozambique: Attorney-General Pledges Full Investigation of Poisoning
  103. Zimbabwe: 'Let's Fully Harness Resources'
  104. Zimbabwe: Defence Clarifies Position On Staff
  105. Zimbabwe: ZDF to Apply for Farms
  106. Zimbabwe: De Jonge's Arizona Good Start
  107. Chombo hails First Lady
  108. President meets S Sudan leader
  109. Fifa warns zim
  110. 12 killed in latest Boko Haram attack
  111. Ecowas optimistic ahead of polls
  112. Amendment of water permits
  113. Malinga piles on pressue
  114. ‘Brace for floods, storms’
  115. Fidelity to identify mining equipment beneficiaries
  116. Chakabva rallies Chevrons
  117. President Mugabe’s Acceptance Speech To The African Union: ‘Let’s Fully Harness Resou
  118. Another Killer Cop Goes Free: Charges Dismissed Against Aiyana Stanley-Jones’ Killer
  119. Made In Africa: Three Cars Designed And Manufactured In Africa
  120. Will The Greek Elections Strengthen The Hands Of The Global South?
  121. Equatorial Guinea/Tunisia: Hosts Win Heated Afcon Clash Against Tunisia
  122. Algeria/Cote d'Ivoire: Algeria's Injured Stars Recover Ahead of Cote d'Ivoire Clash
  123. Tunisia/Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea Stun Tunisia to Reach Semis
  124. Africa: Ivorians Set for Algeria Showdown, Guinea Look for More Luck
  125. Zimbabwe: President, Sisi Hold Talks
  126. Nigeria: New Onslaught on Boko Haram
  127. Chad: Soldiers, Boko Haram Fighters Killed in Cameroon
  128. Ghana/Guinea: Guinea Overcome Ebola Stigma to Shine at Afcon
  129. Africa: NGO Urges Nigeria to Act on Illicit Flows
  130. Sudan: Security Force Storms Darfur Opposition Premises
  131. South Sudan: African Union Defers Atrocities Report
  132. Sudan: Fighting Forces 3,000 to Flee Nuba
  133. Africa: AU Calls for Response to Continent's Threats
  134. South Sudan: Communiqué of the 484th Meeting of the PSC On the Situation in South Sud
  135. Mozambique: President Nyusi Makes New Appointments
  136. Zimbabwe: Mpofu in Gold Mine Wrangle
  137. Zimbabwe: Africa for Africans, Says President
  138. Zimbabwe: Chinese Cement Deal in Limbo
  139. Zimbabwe: Afcon Deployment Above Board, Defence Minister Tells Senate
  140. Zimbabwe: ZNA Sends Soldiers On Forced Leave
  141. Zimbabwe: Mphoko Out of Touch With Reality
  142. Community’s role vital in ridding litter
  143. Why Zanzibar Can Become Africa’s Dubai
  144. Nairobi Rated Africa’s Most Intelligent City
  145. President Mugabe Takes Charge Of The African Union
  146. President Mugabe, The Ultimate African Hero
  147. Detroit’s Challenge Of Keeping Black Residents
  148. British Scholar Describes ICC As ‘Racist And Corrupt’
  149. Nigeria: Deployment of Foreign Troops Against Boko Haram Thickens
  150. Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Welcomes Military Action Against Rebels
  151. Somalia: UN Forecasts 'Worrisome' 2015 Outlook On Humanitarian Front
  152. Africa: UNHCR Welcomes Asylum Process Reforms in Greece, but More Needs to Be Done
  153. West Africa: Mali Violence Worries African Neighbours
  154. Equatorial Guinea/Tunisia: Hosts Take on Tunisia in Afcon Quarter-Finals
  155. Egypt: North Sinai Attacks Death Toll Rises to 26 - Security Source
  156. Morocco: Voter Registration Deadline Extended in Morocco
  157. Algeria: AU Summit to Address Security, Ebola, 2063 Agenda
  158. Nigeria: 'Enough is Enough' Schedules Debates, Urges Contenders to Participate
  159. Mali: For Green, Comfortable Homes, Mali Turns to Mud
  160. West Africa: Ebola - Why Are We Blaming the Victims?
  161. Southern Africa: Region Ready for Military Action on Rwanda Rebels
  162. Africa: Sudan and South Sudan's Merging Conflicts
  163. Sudan: Air Raids on Jebel Marra Resumes
  164. Kenya: Mandera Bus Attack 'Mastermind' Arrested
  165. Africa: African Union Confirms Mugabe As Chairman
  166. South Africa: Parole Denied for Conspirator in Political Icon's Death
  167. South Africa: Apartheid Hit Squad Commander Gets Parole
  168. Zimbabwe: Good Harvest Fails to Dent Rising Hunger
  169. South Africa: Small Business Minister Wants Spaza-Shop Trade Secrets
  170. Zimbabwe: Gallivanting Mugabe, Govt Taking People for Granted
  171. Zimbabwe: Invisible Money - Zimbabwe's New Bond Coins
  172. President, Sisi hold talks
  173. MDC-T in bid to stop by-elections
  174. Afcon deployment aboveboard, Defence minister tells Senate
  175. Delta reduces prices
  176. ZEC announces Madzongwe’s replacement
  177. Africa for Africans, says President
  178. Kufa declared liberation hero
  179. Govt introduces penalty on raw hides export
  180. Remember Guinea, of course you do, they couldn’t even beat Valinhos
  181. Remember Guinea, of course you do, they couldn’t even beat Valinhos
  182. White Power In SA: Apartheid Death Squad Commander Eugene de Kock Granted Parole
  183. Nina Simone Documentary A Powerful Portrait Of The Artist
  184. Watch: Seattle Cop Pepper-Sprays Teacher In Face For Walking Too Close
  185. Beyond The Dam: Egypt Looks For A Foothold In Africa
  186. White St. Louis Police Union Official Attacks Black Woman At Community Meeting
  187. Ethiopia’s New Railway Starts In 2016
  188. Britain To Provide Kenya With ‘Cutting Edge’ Security Capabilities
  189. Nigeria: Generals, Senior Officers Arrested Over Boko Haram's Takeover of Baga
  190. Kenya: Nairobi's Most Expensive Land Parcels
  191. Libya: UN Secretary General Condemns 'In the Strongest Terms' Attack On Hotel in Trip
  192. Tunisia: Blogger Yassine Ayari Begins Hunger Strike
  193. Tunisia: 'By Participating in African Summit, Tunisia Makes a Comeback On African Sce
  194. Libya: War Crimes, Relapse Rule of Law, Rampant Impunity
  195. Egypt: Human Rights in Sharp Decline
  196. Liberia: Harvard Scientist Claims Selenium Can Treat Ebola
  197. Mali/Guinea: By the Luck of the Draw, Guinea Wins Afcon Place
  198. Mali: UN Mission to Investigate Deadly Protests Against Compound
  199. Cameroon: How Boko Haram Brought Hunger to Northern Cameroon
  200. Burkina Faso: Nine Months to Complete the Transition
  201. South Sudan: Kiir Holds Peace Talks With Machar
  202. Uganda: 3-D Printing of Prostheses to Be Trialled
  203. Sudan: Emergency Medical Aid Stops After Govt's 'Systematic Denial of Access'
  204. South Sudan: President Kirr Rushed to Hospital After 'Stress Induced' Illness
  205. Sudan: Rebels Hold Six Bulgarian UN Aid Workers
  206. Lesotho: Elections Are Not Enough
  207. South Africa: Arrest 'Mercenaries' Fighting Boko Haram - Minister
  208. South Africa: Staff Shortages Fuelling Prison Violence
  209. South Africa: #sowetoattacks - 'No One Helps Us. No One Cares About Us'
  210. Zimbabwe: French Delegation Explores Investment in Zimbabwe
  211. Zambia: The Lungu Succession and Rise of the Opposition
  212. South Africa: Are 60 Percent of Sex Workers in South Africa HIV-Positive?
  213. Malawi: Devastating Floods Kill Dozens, Displace 170,000 in Malawi
  214. Zimpapers staffer Tashaya dies
  215. Sadc ready to flex muscles on DRC
  216. Nomination court sits
  217. Acting President Mnangagwa bemoans road carnage
  218. For embattled dube, this looks like the end of the road
  219. We have done our homework, says Charamba
  220. Mafikizolo, zahara return to harare
  221. Reforming Zanu-PF
  222. Ebola cases decline: WHO
  223. Young Igwe remembers City Sports Bar
  224. South Africa/Ghana: Why Bafana Lost in Group C
  225. Africa: Security Fears Ahead of Quarter-Finals
  226. Libya: Attack On Libyan Hotel Leaves Ten Dead
  227. Western Sahara: Saharawi Political Prisoner Dies in Jail
  228. Libya: UN Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attack On Hotel in Tripoli
  229. Nigeria: Elections 'Too Close to Call' in Nigeria, Says Major Survey
  230. Mali/Guinea: Lots to Decide After Mali, Guinea Draw
  231. Cameroon/Cote d'Ivoire: Indomitable Lions Knocked Out
  232. Nigeria: Soludo Worst Central Bank Governor Ever - Okonjo-Iweala
  233. Kenya: British Terror Suspect Jermain Grant Acquitted of 9 Charges By Mombasa Court
  234. South Sudan: Will the AU Help Bring Justice to South Sudan?
  235. South Sudan: Tears, Chants as Rebel Child Soldiers Are Freed
  236. Kenya: Shock As Man Is Stabbed in Face and Throat, Eyes Gouged Out in Grisly Mathioya
  237. Kenya: 'Hole in the Wall' Project Transforms Lives in Huruma
  238. South Africa: Meddling in the Criminal Justice Institutions a Recipe for Disaster
  239. South Africa: R700 Billion Lost to Corruption in 20 Years
  240. South Africa: Ruling Party to Pay for Former Police Commissioner's Funeral
  241. Africa: WHO Executive Board Appoints Dr Matshidiso Moeti as New Regional Director for
  242. Angola: Crashing Oil Prices, Propaganda and the Angolan Recipe for Disaster
  243. Zimbabwe: Making HIV an 'Undetectable' Virus
  244. Zimbabwe: Wary Mugabe Recoils From Security Chiefs' Purge?
  245. Jane Mutasa challenges Brainworks transaction
  246. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Collectively, Africa can shun xenophobia
  247. AU, China sign MoU
  248. Outrage over SA xenophobia‘ . . . attacks indicate quest for robust empowerment polic
  249. WISE WORDS FROM AUNTIE •Masuku speaks on music inheritance, talent
  250. French delegation gets assurance