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  1. Egypt: Religious Leader Abducted
  2. West Africa: U.S Ebola Case Raises Travel Concerns
  3. Libya: Militants Kill Scores of Troops in East
  4. Egypt: Army Raids 'Terrorists'
  5. Algeria: France and Algeria - Common Enemy, Difficult Past
  6. Morocco: Choreographer Shares Her Identity Through Dance On Washington Stages
  7. Egypt: Two Takfiris Killed, 18 Terrorist Hotbeds Destroyed in North Sinai
  8. Mali: UN Peacekeeping Troops Suffer Heavy Casualties
  9. Sierra Leone: Ebola - Money is the Easy Part
  10. Liberia: American in Liberia Contracts Ebola
  11. West Africa: Surgical Masks, Travel Bans as Hajj Begins
  12. Liberia: Taylor Aide, War Crimes Suspect, Released
  13. Kenya: Law Threatens to Politicize Police
  14. Uganda: Most African Leaders Backward - Museveni
  15. Tanzania: Kikwete Risks Legacy Over Reforms
  16. Kenya: Keep Calm I Will Handle ICC - President
  17. Uganda: Kagame, Museveni Back Uhuru but Won't Go to ICC
  18. Mozambique: Civil Society Warns Against Election Violence
  19. Namibia: Many Agree Men Can Slap Women
  20. South Africa: Legislator Threatens 'Armed Struggle'
  21. Zimbabwe: U.S Warns Zimbabwe Over U.S $3 Billion Russia Deal
  22. South Africa: The Company Man - Trevor Manuel Marries the Rothschilds
  23. Botswana: President Shamed By Indigenous San Protest at Election Rally
  24. South Africa: Dalai Lama Debacle - Whose Country Is It Anyway?
  25. South Africa: Govt Fund to Invest U.S. $220 Million Across Africa
  26. Europe — A Berlin Conference with no closure
  27. The last word on editorial content
  28. City council is on life support: Mayor
  29. Housing is a fundamental human right
  30. Editorial Comment: Govt, come to the aid of home-seekers
  31. End of the road for Solanki
  32. Long hair okay for schoolgirls, says Concourt
  33. Man claims to be Boko Haram leader in new clip
  34. Nine United Nations peacekeepers killed in Mali
  35. The River Between . . . How dirty Mukuvisi River saves lives in Harare
  36. S. Africa: Plans To Create Govt-Funded Shrine To White Supremacy Stirs Anger
  37. Saudi Arabia Uses Ebola Excuse To Ban Some Africans From Hajj
  38. EU Trade Deal Will Likely Crush Industry In West Africa
  39. America Shuns Nigerian Oil
  40. How To Stop Police Brutality, Take Settlement Money Out Of Police Budgets
  41. Voter Registration In Ferguson Surges After Michael Brown Lynching
  42. Imperialism And The Ebola Catastrophe
  43. Morocco: Morocco's Quiet Revolution Over AIDS and Human Rights
  44. Morocco: Another Nail in the Coffin of the 'Washington Consensus'
  45. Morocco: Algerian Border Guards Seize Over 187 Kilos of Cannabis Coming From Morocco
  46. Algeria: Laghouat Accident - 17 Killed, 27 Injured Still Under Medical Supervision
  47. Egypt: National Women's Council Launches Hotline for Harassment Complaints
  48. Nigeria: 2015 Elections Can Set a New Benchmark in Nigeria
  49. Nigeria: 50 Children Die From Cholera
  50. Africa: Ebola Fuels Fear in U.S., Africa
  51. Nigeria: U.S. Shuns Nigeria's Oil
  52. Cote d'Ivoire: Hague Judges to Decide on Youth Minister
  53. South Sudan: Women Protest Oppression, Food Prices
  54. Somalia: New Al Shabaab Leaders Fight Internal Reform
  55. Kenya: Rapists Confess as Cleric Takes Up Equality Struggle
  56. South Sudan: Nation at a Crossroads
  57. East Africa: Alarm Over Rising Co-Infection of HIV and Parasitic Killer Kala-Azar
  58. Lesotho: Parties Break Talks Deadlock
  59. South Africa: Sex Work Becomes Cheaper and Riskier
  60. Southern Africa: Mediator Ramaphosa Reveals Details of Lesotho Deal
  61. South Africa: The Gentle but Subversive Power of South-South Cooperation
  62. South Africa: Tutu Bashes Govt Over Dalai Lama
  63. South Africa: Shackdwellers Celebrate After City Eviction Squad Backs Down
  64. South Africa: The Politics of Getting Hired At UCT - "It's How This Country Works"
  65. Zimbabwe: Is the Unemployment Rate 4 Percent, 60 Percent or 95 Percent?
  66. Gumbo digs in
  67. Zimpapers bids farewell to CEO, FD
  68. First Lady’s rallies begin
  69. Britain eyes Zim business deals
  70. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Demolitions show municipal ineptitude
  71. AfrAsia engages Meikles over stake
  72. Keeper in race against time
  73. Govt complains over SA deportations
  74. Mauritian investor snaps up IDC stake
  75. ZIMA, WENE dates clash
  76. Africa’s Most Visited Countries
  77. Israel Continues To Mistreat Africans, Despite High Court Order
  78. Prosecutors Allege Oil Firm Paid $533m Bribe To Nigerian Officials
  79. Saudis To Employ Two Million Ugandans
  80. Zimmerman Not Expected To Face Civil Rights Charges In Trayvon Martin Case
  81. From KKK Robes, To Nazi Swastika, And Now The Darren Wilson Wristband
  82. The 2014 Political Pimp Move – The Gantt Report
  83. Egypt: Mursi Prison Break Trial Adjourned to Oct 18
  84. Algeria: Fight Against Organized Crime, Terrorism, Main Concern of Algeria
  85. Morocco: Polisario Calls On EU to Act to End Moroccan Human Rights Violations in West
  86. Algeria: Algeria, United States Seek to Step Up Bilateral Relations in Health
  87. Algeria: Major General Hamel Holds Talks With Senior Official of French Foreign Minis
  88. Nigeria: Soldiers Sentenced to Death By Firing Squad to Appeal
  89. Niger: U.S Drone Base Causes Concern
  90. West Africa: UN Ebola Mission Wants 'Significant Progress' in 60 Days
  91. Guinea Bissau: President Pardons 2012 Coup Attempt Soldiers
  92. Liberia: Kenya Airways Resuming Liberia Route Oct. 24, Air Ivoire On Course
  93. Kenya: Teenager Arrested in 'Liz' Gang Rape Case
  94. Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Slow to Disarm
  95. Uganda: Pregnant Student Cries Foul Over Suspension
  96. Tanzania: New Constitution Boosts Gender Parity
  97. Kenya: Law Not Enough to Unravel Land Disputes
  98. South Africa: Nobel Summit Called Off
  99. Lesotho: Breakthrough in Political Crisis?
  100. Swaziland: From Subsistence to Profit, Farmers Get a Helping Hand
  101. Mozambique: Rebel Draws Big Crowds
  102. South Africa: Law Graduates Face Community Service
  103. Zimbabwe: Union Takes Grace Mugabe PhD Fight to Court
  104. South Africa: Marikana Commission Granted Final Extension
  105. South Africa: Jacob Zuma - Let's Not Defend the Indefensible
  106. Mutasa, Majome leave Zimpapers
  107. Zesa load-shedding to continue
  108. Rugare Gumbo Politburo transcript
  109. Power utility in prepaid meters dilemma
  110. President’s aunt dies
  111. Comment: Cde Gumbo, you are offside
  112. President condemns indiscipline
  113. Gono Senate bid ends
  114. Mliswa, NewsDay hit with US$80m lawsuit
  115. Govt disbands research unit
  116. Africa: Algerian Writer Wins World French Literature Prize
  117. Egypt: Nine Protesters Sentenced to Prison for Violating Protest Law
  118. Egypt: Presidential Decree Amends Law of Weapons and Ammunition
  119. Tunisia: Tunisian-Cameroonian Follow-Up Committee Focuses On Economic Co-Operation
  120. Tunisia: Isie President Calls for Review of Election Law
  121. West Africa: Ebola Leaves Thousands of Orphans
  122. Africa: Church Disaster Tests SA-Nigeria Ties
  123. West Africa: Is World Up to Ebola Challenge?
  124. West Africa: Rains Complicate Delivery of Ebola Supplies
  125. Sierra Leone: Center Releases First Ebola Survivors
  126. Kenya: Who Owns Kenya?
  127. Sudan: Juba Denies Plans to Replace VP
  128. Kenya: Man Who Caned Raila Arrested, Police Say His Name Is Lengo Mzombe, a Farm Hand
  129. Sudan: Advocacy Group Accuses France of Targeting Muslims in CAR
  130. Mozambique: Renamo - a Three-Sided Coin?
  131. Mozambique: President Returns Luxury Car
  132. South Africa: New Moves in Judiciary
  133. South Africa: New Members Appointed to Innovation Council
  134. South Africa: Media Reports On Protest Action Lack Depth and Context - Media Monitor
  135. South Africa: 2013 Productivity Stats Released
  136. South Africa: Joburg Unveils Strategy to Fight Rodents
  137. World cup is here
  138. Japan donates four ambulances
  139. Cairns eyes huge export growth
  140. ZIMA awards postponed
  141. New regulations for housing co-ops
  142. ZDF hands over 72 houses
  143. Offensive against First Lady exposed
  144. Zimpapers commissions printing press
  145. Kaindu forced out, ZISCA cry foul
  146. Editorial Comment: Bankable leases will boost productivity
  147. Sudan: Spanish Diplomat Dies in Khartoum Stabbing
  148. Egypt: World Leaders Urge Egypt to Release Al Jazeera Staff
  149. Egypt: Mursi Espionage Trial Adjourned
  150. Tunisia: Presidential Poll - 11 Candidates Accepted, 24 Rejected
  151. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Davis Links Funding to Agent in Cairo
  152. Tunisia: 11 Percent of Tunisia's Population Are Seniors - INS
  153. Nigeria: 'Boko Haram Is Not Islam'
  154. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader's Many Lives
  155. Guinea: Justice Elusive for Stadium Killings
  156. Africa: What Africa is Contributing to Ebola Fight - Dlamini-Zuma
  157. Liberia: Ivory Coast to Resume Air Traffic to Ebola-Hit Nations
  158. Uganda: Army on Alert After PM Fired
  159. Uganda: Born With HIV - 30 Years and Still Going Strong
  160. Kenya: Kimetto Sets New Marathon Record
  161. Uganda: Museveni-Mbabazi Struggle May Be Over, but Reform Still Years Away
  162. Uganda: How PM Mbabazi Lost His Post
  163. Botswana: Parties Step Up Election Campaigns
  164. Zimbabwe: An 'Insolvent and Failing State'
  165. South Africa: Zuma Again Under Fire Over Arms
  166. South Africa: Is the ANC Serious About 'Radical Economic Transformation'?
  167. Swaziland: Cars Come Before Dying Children
  168. Swaziland: Jailed Journalists Up for Award
  169. South Africa: The Price of Protecting the President
  170. Zambia: Chinese Timber Companies in Zambia - Few Jobs, but More Outlets for Local Log
  171. Tsvangirai’s political time is up, says UK academic
  172. Chivero Dam wall risks collapse
  173. More structures face demolition
  174. Be techno-savvy, security forces urged
  175. Man loses arm in croc fight
  176. Illegal settlement sprouts in Hatfield
  177. Mliswa thumbs nose at Zanu-PF
  178. Mliswa fights Zhuwawo’s wife …meeting called off prematurely …Politburo’s guidance so
  179. Cops nabbed over blood scam
  180. Chief Whips speak on Parly Session
  181. Nigeria: Egypt Air Saga - It's Time Our Govt Stood Up for Us, Joshua's Mother Cries t
  182. Egypt: 26 "Terrorists" Killed During Past Week - Armed Forces
  183. Egypt: 12 University Students Sentenced to Prison for Protesting Without Notice
  184. Egypt: Court Acquits 112 Defendants Arrested On Uprising's Third Anniversary
  185. Egypt: Detained Activist Ahmed Douma's Wife Denies Ending His Hunger Strike
  186. Liberia: Chief Medical Officer Places Herself in Ebola Quarantine
  187. Nigeria: U.N Urged to Help Fight Boko Haram
  188. West Africa: Focus On Private Sector - Mining Firms in the Ebola Crisis
  189. West Africa: Hagel - Defense Dept. to Begin Testing for Ebola Vaccine Candidate
  190. Mali: Keita Calls for Global UN Approach to Sahel's Regional Challenges
  191. Sudan: U.S. Special Envoy On U.S. Priorities in Sudan, South Sudan
  192. South Sudan: Conflict 'Quickly Turned Ethnic,' Obasanjo Tells UN Council
  193. South Sudan: Committed to Peace in Wake of Foiled Rebel Coup, Kiir Tells UN
  194. Somalia: Woman Stoned to Death
  195. Tanzania: Dependency On Online Medical Cure Worrying
  196. Africa: Africa's Concerns Must Figure High in New Development Agenda, African Leaders
  197. Angola: EU Releases Funds for Landmine Clearing
  198. Zambia: 4,000 UNZA Bed Spaces Coming
  199. Zambia: Work Hard, Sata Tells Ministers
  200. Angola: Angola Announces Participation in Peacekeeping Mission in CAR
  201. Malawi: Chakuamba Nursing a Heart Problem in RSA
  202. Angola: Passengers At Airports Learn About Ebola Danger
  203. Mozambique: MDM Accuses Police of Illegal Night Arrests
  204. Economy on the rebound, asserts Minister Moyo
  205. Call to respect armed forces
  206. Mzembi backs ‘dirty dozen’
  207. Magaya backs Makandiwa prophecy
  208. US$3m needed to feed Nuanetsi Ranch settlers
  209. Harare water supply improves
  210. Green Fuel unveils 85pc ethanol flex kits
  211. Be self-realiant: Dinha
  212. Govt to revive SMM
  213. Parly hails radio
  214. Egypt/South Africa: SA Ambassador to Egypt Gives Amajimbos a Lift
  215. West Africa: Ebola Deaths Pass 3,000
  216. Nigeria: Over 4,000 Killed in Kaduna Attacks
  217. West Africa: IMF Approves Funds for Ebola Fight
  218. Nigeria: Herdsmen Kill 4, Scores Missing
  219. Nigeria: Big Brother Unveils Nigerian Housemate
  220. Kenya: Community Radio Fosters Cohesiveness in Kenya's Most Populous Settlement
  221. Somalia: Sources Describe Final Days of Al-Shabab's Godane
  222. Tanzania: Shein Honoured for Health Contribution
  223. Tanzania: Azam, Simba Back in Action
  224. Tanzania: Cultural Tourism Stars Gaining Roots in Tanzania
  225. Zimbabwe: South Africa Ready to Renew Special Zimbabwe Permits
  226. South Africa: Govt Advances Financial Aid to Cuba
  227. Zambia: 'Sata Is Well'
  228. Zambia: VP Denies President Sata Treated in New York
  229. Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Demolitions Leave Many Homeless
  230. Zimbabwe: Chinamasa Robbing the Poor - MDC Renewal
  231. Zambia: 1,500 South Males Circumcised
  232. Eritrea: Europe, North America, Parts of Asia-Pacific Seeing Rising Refugee Claims Fr
  233. Libya: UN Chief Calls On Parties to Forge Consensus
  234. Egypt: Govt Launches Agency to Support African Development
  235. Algeria: No Proof of Métro Bomb Plot but France Steps Up Security After Is Threat
  236. Morocco: Morocco's Mojo Moving Financial Markets!
  237. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Alliance Says Sisi's Speech a "Failure"
  238. Africa: U.S. Should Back Real Economic Transformation
  239. Nigeria: What Boko Haram Wants in Exchange for Chibok Girls
  240. Cote d'Ivoire: Choking on Plastic Shopping Bags
  241. Mali: As Rains Worsen, 'Hunger Season' Fuels Deforestation
  242. Sierra Leone: 'We Must Put a Closure to This Fight' - Says President Koroma
  243. Kenya: Al-Shabaab - Closer to Home
  244. Kenya: India High Commissioner Meets DP Ruto After Claims of Being Snubbed By Governm
  245. Kenya: Gikomba Fire Injures Seven, Razes Building
  246. Rwanda: For Rwanda, MDG Deadline Is Not the Finish Line
  247. Zambia: Sata's Health is 'Normal', Says VP
  248. Zimbabwe: Cast Aside Hostility, Mugabe Says
  249. South Africa: The Grey Areas of Blackface
  250. South Africa: Rural Health Workers Honoured