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  1. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Strikes in Yobe
  2. Nigeria: Nigeria's Big Spenders
  3. Sierra Leone: Ebola Strategy Sees Successes
  4. West Africa: Why Ebola Wasn't Stopped by Huge Healthcare Investment
  5. Sudan: Oil Boom is Over
  6. South Sudan: Kiir Withdraws Peace Talks Team
  7. Mauritius: Mauritius Reinvents Itself
  8. Somalia: Govt Kicks Out Ugandan, Ghanaian Journalists
  9. Ethiopia: Climate-Driven Migration Increasing Disease Burden in Ethiopia
  10. South Africa: Health System Shuns Asylum Seekers
  11. South Africa: Indebted to Death
  12. Mozambique: Gay Mozambicans Demand Recognition
  13. South Africa: Agents Swoop on Alleged Rhino Horn Smugglers
  14. South Africa: New Middle Class Struggles for Housing
  15. Namibia: Govt Forced Women to Be Sterilized
  16. Mujuru demands retraction
  17. Regional integration vital: President
  18. President tells of grief over Sata
  19. Three cops kill for $10 bribe
  20. Homeless fairytale
  21. ZACC boss’ bid to recover seized vehicle hits snag
  22. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s rethink abortion debate
  23. Hardwork pays off
  24. Outcry over Innscor’s ‘imported’ CEO
  25. The pregnancy isn’t mine, Sharon’s hubby tells court
  26. Nigeria: First Bank Focuses On Winning Tunisia Tourney
  27. South Africa: KZN Man Tests Negative for Ebola
  28. Namibia: Chinese Businesses Want Namibian Donkeys
  29. Algeria/Congo-Kinshasa: Algeria's Setif Takes Africa's Club Title
  30. Ethiopia: The 5th Ethio-Egypt Joint Ministerial Commission Senior Experts Kicks Off i
  31. Ethiopia: Dr. Tedros Holds Discussion With Foreign Minister of Egypt
  32. Ethiopia: Ethio-Egypt Business Forum Held in Addis Ababa
  33. Nigeria: How to Hold a Fair Election and Why We Must - Gambari
  34. Burkina Faso: Crowds Now Protest Military Rule
  35. Nigeria: 41 Boko Haram Members Beheaded
  36. Guinea: Ebola Still a Crisis - UN Envoy
  37. Nigeria: 10 Governors Facing Political Headwinds in 2015
  38. Seychelles: Cheap Power From Ocean Waves
  39. Burundi: U.S. Warns of Militant Attack in Burundi
  40. Kenya: At Least 24 Kenya Police Officers Killed in Baringo Attacks
  41. Tanzania: 5.1 Earthquake Hits Dodoma
  42. Somalia: African Union Hits Back At Somalia Rape Allegations
  43. Zimbabwe: Gloves Off As V-P Faces Mugabe
  44. Zambia: Sata's Son Opposes V-P
  45. Zambia: Scott Is an Illegal Acting President, Gen Miyanda
  46. Kenya: KPA Partners With South Africa to Improve Efficiency
  47. Angola: FIMA 2014 Helps Identify Business Opportunities
  48. Zambia: Scott Can Drop Edgar Lungu As SG for PF, Reveals M'membe
  49. Malawi: Blue Eagles Title Hopes Tarnished
  50. Nigeria/South Africa: Keshi Calls Ike Uche, 24 Others for Congo, South Africa Matches
  51. Call to probe Gumbo over Baba Jukwa
  52. Zanu-PF in demos against leaders
  53. Tsvangirai centralises power
  54. Rugare Gumbo’s woes mount• . . . slammed for speaking for faction • . . .unfit to be
  55. StarAfrica creditors push for liquidation
  56. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Jabu, that is not how comrades behave
  57. Govt warns miners against holding gems
  58. A festival from the east
  59. Thousands mourn Sata
  60. Glamour Boys choke
  61. America’s Political Gridlock Not Likely To End Soon
  62. Burkina Faso: Army ‘Must Give Power To Civilians’
  63. Museveni’s Comments Shock Western Investors
  64. Honest Hotel Employee Returns 33,000 Euros To Ccustomer
  65. Tunisia: Presidential Campaign Under Way
  66. Egypt: At Least Six Security Personnel Injured in Arish Blast
  67. Burkina Faso: Colonel Takes Charge, Compaore Flees
  68. Nigeria: Chibok Families Shocked at Marriage Claims
  69. Africa: Compaore's Ouster a Warning
  70. Africa: Ebola Threatens Africa's Tourism
  71. Cameroon: Protests As Traditional Chiefs Linked to Landgrab
  72. Sudan: Opposition Leaders Meet in London
  73. South Sudan: Army Denies Rebel Seizure of Town
  74. Sudan: SLM-MM Slams Investigation Findings On Unamid "Cover Up" Allegations
  75. East Africa: Ethiopia Withdraws From Hosting CECAFA
  76. Zambia: Sata's Body Comes Home
  77. South Africa: Suspect Charged With Murder of Footballer
  78. Zambia: Holiday Declared for Sata
  79. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai 'Good Mugabe Student', Ncube
  80. Zambia: Ag Must Explain Acting President Eligibility - FODEP
  81. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai - 'Difficult to Remove Dictatorship'
  82. Zambia: Govt Opens 10 Bank Accounts for Sata's Funeral Fund
  83. Zambians Protest Against “Illegal” White President
  84. This Nigerian Startup Going Up Against Paypal Is About To Raise Almost $10m
  85. Kenyatta And The Hague: How To Bet And Win Against The System
  86. Crawling Back: EU Lifts Trade Sanctions On Zimbabwe
  87. Detroit: The Conspiracy To Use Federal Funds To Remove Black Population
  88. Milton Hall: 8 White Cops, 1 Black Man, 46 Bullets
  89. Looking To Escape The High Cost Of College? These 7 Countries Will Educate You For Fr
  90. North Africa: Europe Casts Migrants Adrift
  91. Tunisia: National Dialogue Resumes
  92. Algeria: Sweden's Recognition of Palestinian State - Algeria Hails "Wise, Brave" Deci
  93. Algeria: Algeria Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks Against Niger Security Forces
  94. Africa: Ibenge - Our Chances Are Intact
  95. Burkina Faso: Army Chief Takes Over
  96. Liberia: Malaria Must Be Treated Too - MSF
  97. Africa: Overcoming the Ebola Stigma
  98. Nigeria: Bus Station Blast Kills Many
  99. Nigeria: Court Challenge to Jonathan
  100. Sudan: 'Al Bashir Deserves Nobel Prize'
  101. Somalia: Police Chief Dies
  102. Kenya: Jubilee Plots to Pull Kenya Out of ICC
  103. Uganda: Poor Roads Disrupt HIV Patients' Access to Treatment
  104. South Sudan: Fighting Likely to Surge
  105. South Africa: Zuma's MPs Let Him Off the Hook
  106. Mozambique: Electoral Body Split Over Polls Result
  107. Africa: Why South Africans Refuse to Let Africa In
  108. Zambia: Protests Over Acting President
  109. Africa: HIV Self-Test Kit Coming Soon
  110. South Africa: Meyiwa, Mulaudzi Get Provincial Official Funerals
  111. Mozambique: India Approves MoU With Mozambique On Oil and Gas
  112. Mozambique: 300 Places for Renamo in Army and Police
  113. President Mugabe caps 1 063 at GZU
  114. Analysts hail President
  115. Jabulani Sibanda booted out
  116. LSZ to probe Mujuru lawyer
  117. Gumbo’s anti-Herald crusade continues
  118. EDITORIAL COMMENT: All forms of sanctions are past their sell by date
  119. Ocean of Confidence
  120. Zanu-PF: Thriving Through Throes
  121. Jazzed up wedding day
  122. Jabu not qualified to lead war veterans
  123. The Asianisation Of Jamaica
  124. You Probably Haven’t Heard Of These Serial Killer Victims — Probably Because They Are
  125. Nielsen Forecast: Black Americans Expected To Spend The Most This Holiday Season
  126. White Teacher Tells Student Killing All Black People Is On Her Bucket List
  127. Why South Africans Refuse To Let Africa In
  128. American Jihad Black Supremacy Style
  129. Burkina Faso: Dictator Blaise Compaore Driven Out By Protesters
  130. Libya: Is Military Intervention the Answer?
  131. Africa: Is Isis Allied to African Groups?
  132. Libya: Rival Militias Commit War Crimes, Says Group
  133. Tunisia: Ennahda Party Concedes Poll Defeat
  134. Gambia: Two Egyptians Sentenced for Fishing With Prohibited Gear
  135. Africa: Test of African Democracy - Burkina and Beyond
  136. Burkina Faso: Army Take Over, Compaore's Whereabouts Unknown
  137. Burkina Faso: Protesters Storm Parliament
  138. Liberia: Ebola Infections 'Slowing'
  139. West Africa: Nearly 25 Million Food Insecure in Sahel
  140. South Sudan: Back to War - Again
  141. Ethiopia: U.S. Deeply Concerned by Sentence of Ethiopian Journalist
  142. Burundi: New Political Killing?
  143. Zambia: Scott as President 'No Surprise' to Citizens
  144. South Africa: Officials Deny Suspected Ebola Case
  145. Zimbabwe: Malawi Diplomat Calls Mugabe an 'Idiot' - Report
  146. Mozambique: U.S., UK Observers' Absence Delays Start of Mozambican Opposition Demilit
  147. South Africa: 'Massive' HIV Vaccine Trial Possible Soon
  148. South Africa: Meyiwa Died in Khumalo's Arms - Report
  149. Botswana: Palapye Establishes Ebola Isolation Centres
  150. President urges party to follow regulations
  151. President mourns Sata
  152. VP Mujuru on the ropes
  153. ‘Congress will deal with sinners’
  154. Zima overwhelms Cde Chinx
  155. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to end retrogressive fronts
  156. ‘Zim key to Old Mutual growth’
  157. Delta cuts down Chibuku production
  158. Politburo sets team to probe factionalism
  159. No evidence to pin dj Munya
  160. Burkina Faso: Dictator Blaise Compaore Declares State Of Emergency
  161. Graphic Footage Shows Homeless Man Milton Hall Being Shot 46 Times By Police
  162. Ferguson: Black Cities White Governments
  163. Young White College Grads Are Pushing Blacks Out Of Cities
  164. Don’t Let Them Use Ebola To Dehumanize Africans
  165. The Next Shirt You Buy May Be ‘Made In Ethiopia.’ Here’s Why
  166. Halloween Display On Military Base Depicts Black Family Hanging From Tree
  167. Kenya: Kenya Opens Website for the Diaspora to Send Distress Messages, Get Job Guidel
  168. Zimbabwe: V-P Implicated in Million Dollar Scandal
  169. Egypt: Mursi's Prison Escape Trial Resumes
  170. Tunisia: Foreign Secretary Congratulates Tunisians On Election
  171. Egypt: Mursi Prison Break Trial Postponed
  172. Egypt: Military Investigating Alleged Video of Army Forces Torturing Citizens - Sourc
  173. Algeria: Revolution/Group of 22 - Historic Turning Point That Arose From Desire for P
  174. Liberia: Racial Underbelly of Airport Surveillance - 'I am a Liberian, Not a Virus!'
  175. Liberia: WHO Says Ebola Infections Are 'Slowing'
  176. West Africa: WHO Welcomes Approval of Ebola Vaccine Trial
  177. Africa: Yaya Toure Only African On Ballon d'Or Shotlist
  178. Burkina Faso: 'Blaise, Get Out!'
  179. East Africa: Uganda Has Widest Gender Gap - Report
  180. Tanzania: Govt Urged to Set Marriage Age at 18
  181. Africa: The Witchcraft Potential of Foreskins
  182. Tanzania: Tanzanian Opposition Parties Form New Coalition
  183. Tanzania: Dar to Act Tough On Illegal Fishing Gears
  184. Zambia: Guy Scott Named Interim President
  185. Lesotho: No End to Lesotho's Instability?
  186. Mozambique: EX-Rebels Claim Poll Victory
  187. Zambia: Uncertainty and Grief Grip Lusaka
  188. South Africa: Lover of Killed Bafana Captain 'Not Welcome' at Funeral
  189. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Backs Wife, Warns VP
  190. MDC-T congress begins tomorrow
  191. EU’s sanctions position expected today
  192. Politburo convenes today
  193. President uncompromising on ‘fronts’, gays
  194. President slams sellouts
  195. VP Mujuru in $1m scandal
  196. Sata dies, Guy Scott makes history
  197. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Renewed Anglo, Zim trade ties timely
  198. Eight-goal thriller
  199. ZPC maintain the heat
  200. How To Start A Small Business
  201. Millions Of Hectares Of Land In Africa ‘Grabbed’
  202. Africa Gets It’s First White President Since Apartheid
  203. Autopsy: Utah Police Shot Black Man With Sword In The Back
  204. Zambian President Michael Sata Has Died Says Government
  205. Rise Of The American Police State: 9 Disgraceful Events That Paved The Way
  206. Are Black Americans Abandoning The Democratic Party?
  207. Zambia: President Michael Sata Has Died
  208. Egypt: Mubarak Appeals Against Jail Term
  209. Tunisia: Ban Hails Tunisian Vote As Critical Step As Country Continues Transition to
  210. Mali: Algiers Talks Are Mali's Best Chance for Peace
  211. Tunisia: Kerry On Parliamentary Elections in Tunisia
  212. Algeria: Annual Rate of Inflation Up to 1.6 Percent in September
  213. Burkina Faso: Protesters Demand Stop to Constitutional Change
  214. Liberia: Ebola Survivor Giving Blood, Helping Others Survive
  215. Africa: Ebola - the Lessons From HIV
  216. Mali: France to Send Troops Back to North Mali As Insurgent Activity Revives
  217. West Africa: Ebola - UN Mission Concludes Visits to Affected Countries. Presents 'Rob
  218. Uganda: The Economic Consequences of Sex
  219. Somalia: President, PM Disagree Over Cabinet Reshuffle
  220. Tanzania: Dynamite Fishing Destroying Sea Life
  221. Africa: Sex Workers Who Can't Get HIV
  222. East Africa: Manoeuvering At the Margins of an EPA Deadlock - Will the EAC Bow Down t
  223. South Africa: Date Set for Soccer Star's Funeral
  224. Zimbabwe: Ex-Soldier Sorry for Massacres
  225. Botswana: Is Karma Catching Up With Khama?
  226. Zimbabwe: How the Rich Fuel Inequality
  227. South Africa: Meyiwa Jersey to be Retired
  228. Opposition legislators give VP Mujuru standing ovation
  229. British trade delegation arrives
  230. Big day in title race
  231. President lays out legislative agenda
  232. Rapist ‘prophet’ thrown 13 years behind bars
  233. Zim come short on Mad Monday
  234. Enlighten investors on grey areas
  235. Bad Boy Sibanda out of Hwange tie
  236. Bishop accused of rape
  237. President slams lazy ministers
  238. The Patrice Lumumba Tragedy
  239. The Last Kings Of Africa
  240. Black Entrepreneurs Setting Up New Businesses In Bed-Stuy
  241. Malema Predicts An Early Exit For Zuma
  242. 3 Tech Innovations That Are Solving Youth Unemployment In Africa
  243. Philly Cop Caught On Video Threatening Teen For Looking At Him
  244. Where Have All The Black Scholars Gone?
  245. Mozambique: "Requalification" of Votes Continues Into Fifth Day
  246. Mozambique: Health Ministry Confident on HPV Vaccination Target
  247. Egypt: Govt Postpones Palestinian-Israeli Negotiations - Hamas Official
  248. Tunisia: Hechmi Hamdi Withdraws From Presidential Race
  249. Tunisia: Secular Nida Party Takes Slight Early Lead
  250. Egypt: Stamement By the Spokesperson On Today's Attack Against Egyptian Soldiers in t