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  1. Tunisia: Tunisia Forcefully Condemns Terrorist Attacks in North Sinai
  2. West Africa: Top U.S. Official Visits Ebola-Hit Nations
  3. Nigeria: Victims of Boko Haram Abductions Tell Their Stories
  4. Nigeria: Hank Cohen Interviewed on His Diplomatic Career and Consultancy - Plus Need
  5. West Africa: Ebola - Experienced Doctors Still Rare
  6. Nigeria: Fears Over Ceasefire - How We Brokered Nigeria/Boko Haram Deal - Chad
  7. Ethiopia: The Inequality Trifecta
  8. Uganda: Anti-Gay Law - Gone, but Not Forgotten
  9. Burundi: Hungriest People in the World?
  10. Somalia: UN Moves to Enforce Arms, Charcoal Embargo
  11. Africa: Prof. Ali Mazrui - Remembering the Giant Mind of Africa
  12. Zambia: Saga of the President's Health Continues
  13. South Africa: State to Appeal Pistorius Conviction, Sentence
  14. Mozambique: Elections or a Major Farce?
  15. South Africa: Top Detectives Handling Meyiwa Case
  16. South Africa: Police Offer Reward After Bafana Captain's Shooting
  17. Kenya: Malawi Ambassador's Son Found Dead in Limuru
  18. East Africa: EAC, COMESA and SADC to Launch Free Trade Zone
  19. South Africa: 'My Ignorance Cost Me My Baby's Life'
  20. Indian firm clinches Zesa deal
  21. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Striking not always the best option
  22. A Life Blown Away…Football World Mourns Bucs Star
  23. ‘Sharon’s marriage didn’t work’
  24. Hwange Colliery loans get nod
  25. MECUF 2014 to boost tourism
  26. Has indigenisation slipped off the radar?
  27. Cotton stocks set for new highs
  28. Prisoners graduate
  29. Zim can handle Ebola outbreak, says US expert
  30. We Are Simply Batwa, Not A ‘Historically Marginalised People’
  31. The Hustler’s Toolkit: The Case For Entrepreneurship
  32. Boko Haram ‘Showing Signs Of Weakening’
  33. Botswana: Khama Wins Second Term
  34. Brazilian TV Show ‘Sex And The N**gaz’ Sparks Racism Outrage
  35. Charles Barkley: ‘Unintelligent’ Black People Are ‘Brainwashed’ To Hold Back Successf
  36. The Media Slandering Of Michael Brown So Darren Wilson Can Go Free
  37. Kenya: 100,000 Jobs At Risk Over Law On NGO Financing
  38. Kenya: Kenyans Rights in Gulf States
  39. Zimbabwe: Fights Erupt Over Mliswa's Post
  40. Tunisia: Tunisians Choose New Parliament
  41. Egypt: 'Extremists' Killed in Sinai Raid
  42. Tunisia: Six Killed in 'Anti-Terror' Operation
  43. Tunisia: The World Watching Tunisia Today (jomaa)
  44. Tunisia: Carter Center Visits During Elections
  45. Africa: Ebola Vaccine Trials May Begin Soon
  46. Nigeria: Several Killed in Boko Haram Attack, Dozens Abducted - Official
  47. Nigeria: Govt Forces in Deadly Battle With 'Terrorists'
  48. Nigeria: Sir Emeka Offor Foundation and Rotary International Commemorate World Polio
  49. Nigeria: Furore Over Use of Hijab in Lagos Schools
  50. Kenya: Fight Terrorism for Tourism Growth - Kenyatta
  51. Africa: Creating a World Fit for Children
  52. South Sudan: Rebels Calls for Withdrawal of Ugandan Troops
  53. Kenya: Duo in Murder Case Remanded
  54. Kenya: Uhuru and Raila Bigger Than Home Region Factors
  55. South Africa: Bafana Captain Shot Dead
  56. South Africa: Bafana Skipper Shot Dead
  57. Botswana: Khama Wins Botswana Polls
  58. Southern Africa: SADC Congratulates Botswana On Successful Poll
  59. Zambia: Sata, PF Are Liars, Admits "Reformed" M'membe
  60. Zambia: One Out of 26 Bodies From Lake Kariba Disaster Retrieved
  61. Malawi: Piksy's Wako Wako Certified Gold, Gets Over 5 000 Downloads in 24 Hrs
  62. Malawi: KB Ends Bullets Unbeaten Run - TNM Super League
  63. ‘Non-security workers can go on strike without notice’
  64. Mnangagwa calls for peace, unity
  65. ZERA patient with power producers
  66. DeMbare slip-up
  67. What a booze festival!
  68. CAPS melt in Triangle
  69. Govt, banks agree on youth fund criteria
  70. Art masters gear up for basket exhibition
  71. Editorial Comment: Consumers must settle their bills
  72. Mimosa revenue up 4pc
  73. Ebola Con: How The West Is Invading West Africa Under False Pretenses
  74. Missouri Police Stockpiling Weapons In Preparation For Grand Jury Decision
  75. Ferguson Crackdown Violated US And International Law – Amnesty international
  76. Carol’s Daughter: Black Cosmetic Company Sells, Or Sell Out?
  77. Ethiopia’s ‘African Tiger’ Leaps Towards Middle Income
  78. Nigerian Forces In Deadly Battle With ‘Terrorists’
  79. Ghanian Bamboo Bikes Make World-Wide Impact
  80. Ethiopia: Govt Releases 26 Foreign Pilots, Helicopters
  81. Zimbabwe: UN Agencies Told to Push for Removal of Sanctions
  82. Zambia: After Ditching Jubilee, UPND Drags Hh to Chawama
  83. Egypt: Soldiers Killed at Check-Point
  84. Egypt: State of Emergency Declared After Attacks
  85. Tunisia: 'Terrorists' Hide-Out Raided
  86. Tunisia: 27 Candidates to Run for Presidency
  87. Egypt: Sisi Calls for Emergency Meeting After Sinai Attack
  88. Africa: Ebola Cases Now Exceed 10,000
  89. Mauritania: Mauritania Shuts Border With Mali Over Ebola
  90. Nigeria/Cameroon: Nigeria Clinches African Women Soccer Title
  91. Nigeria: Gunmen Kidnap Policemen
  92. Mali: WHO Warns of Ebola Risk As Infected Toddler Dies
  93. Ethiopia: Parties Form Alliance Ahead of Election
  94. Sudan: Rebels Asked Beijing Not to Sell Weapons to Juba
  95. Sudan: Govt Dismisses Rebel Claims On President Kiir's Legitimacy
  96. South Sudan: Death Toll Hits 59 As Fresh Clashes Erupt in Lakes State
  97. South Sudan: Govt Probes Chinese Firm Amidst Hacking Allegations
  98. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Loses Control?
  99. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party Faces Possible Split
  100. Zambia: Many Die in Canoe Accident
  101. Zambia: President's Health Worries as Nation Turns 50
  102. South Africa/Cote d'Ivoire: Late Goal Ends Banyana Banyana's World Cup Hopes
  103. Zimbabwe: Rallies Expose Grace Mugabe Backers
  104. Seychelles: President Michel Meets Leader of the Opposition
  105. Mozambique: Ruling Party Leads with Wide Margin
  106. Botswana: Ruling Party Faces Tougher Opposition
  107. Tunisia: Tunisia On High Alert Ahead of Election
  108. Libya: Benghazi Welcomes Libyan Army
  109. Algeria: Algeria, Cyprus Examine Tourism Cooperation Opportunities
  110. Algeria: France Hails Algeria's Role in Inter-Malian Negotiations
  111. Morocco: A Look At Morocco's Fight Against Cancer
  112. Mali: Mali Confirms Ebola Case
  113. Liberia: Liberia's Graft Agency Submits Top Dogs for Prosecution
  114. Nigeria: Minimum Wage - Labour Vows to Resist Removal From Exclusive List
  115. Nigeria: Rape Survivors Besiege National Assembly
  116. Nigeria: Rights Abuse Allegations Against Military 'Exaggerated' - Jonathan
  117. South Sudan: Women Propose Sex Ban Until Peace Restored
  118. South Sudan: Dozens Die in Fresh Lakes State Clashes
  119. Sudan: Bread Crisis Enters Third Day
  120. Uganda: Activists Fear 'Nonsensical' HIV Law Increases Child Infections
  121. South Africa: Star Runner Mulaudzi Dies in Crash
  122. Mozambique: Frelimo's Nyusi Leading Presidential Race
  123. Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Bans Kissing and Sex
  124. Botswana: Voting Underway in Tight Presidential Elections
  125. Zambia: Celebrating 50 Years, With an Acting President
  126. Mozambique: More Evidence of Ballot Box Stuffing
  127. South Africa: Court Orders Suspension of Broadcaster's COO
  128. Botswana: Botswana Votes in Climate of Fear and Intimidation
  129. Politburo okays Mliswa ouster
  130. Daggers out for Jabulani Sibanda
  131. President to open Parly session on Tuesday
  132. Sharon Macheso granted provisional order
  133. Editorial Comment: Pen the cattle, stop the carnage
  134. Young sushi chef excels
  135. Brighten up your prom night
  136. Let the Children Play wins Battle of Bands
  137. Ronaldo expects fireworks
  138. Zim Media: Missing the Mistress, Wooing the Maid
  139. Liberia: Oil Blocks Attract International Interest Despite Ebola
  140. Autopsy: St. Louis Officer Shot Vonderrit Myers From Behind
  141. California Prisons Agree To End Race-Based Lockup Policy
  142. WATCH: Julius Malema Kicks White Supremacist’s Ass
  143. Ranking Black America As A Separate Nation
  144. Less Than 400 Cases Of Ebola Remain In Liberia – Official
  145. The ‘Meaning’ Of America
  146. Kenya: Kenya Wants ICC Judges Discussed
  147. South Africa: Medium Term Budget Fails to Balance Fiscal and Social Responsibility
  148. Southern Africa: Mozisa Transmission Line to Boost Power Trading in SADC
  149. Mali: Political Armed Movements Reaffirm Commitment to 'Cease-Fire', 'Road Map'
  150. Algeria: Cypriot FM Starts Three-Day Visit to Algeria
  151. West Africa: Sahel Smuggling Routes Under Fire
  152. West Africa: Italian Senators Adopt Two Motions of Support to Western Sahara
  153. Algeria: Cyprus Seeks to Profit From Algeria's Gas Experience
  154. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kidnaps More Girls
  155. Africa: Woman Attacked in Rome Over Ebola Fears
  156. South Africa: DNA Analysis Starts on Church Collapse Victims
  157. Liberia: Ebola Survivors Are Symbols of Hope and Help
  158. Nigeria: Jonathan Gets Ultimatum to Declare for Presidency
  159. Somalia: The State of State-Building
  160. Kenya: Court Halts Gazette Notice On Marriage Fees, Clearance
  161. Tanzania: Tanzania Announces Constitution Referendum for April 2015
  162. Kenya: Kenyans Express Concern About Ebola Contingency Plan
  163. South Sudan: Ateny Wek Ateny - 'It Is the People of South Sudan Who Decide'
  164. Lesotho: Top Basotho Security Chiefs Step Down
  165. South Africa: Pistorius Cried Himself to Sleep - Report
  166. Mozambique: Amnesty Law Still Does Not Cover All Men of the Renamo Party
  167. South Africa: South Africa and China - Building Bridges to Beneficiation
  168. Zimbabwe: Girls Embrace Technology for Change
  169. ‘Let’s unite against factionalism’
  170. Karikoga Kaseke sabotages Amai’s rally
  171. Mnangagwa speaks out
  172. AFRICA’S 10 OF THE VERY BEST . . . Glamour Boys squeeze into elite company
  173. Editorial Comment: Enhance security for ministers on roads
  174. Chelsea face striker crisis
  175. It’s party time
  176. Sharapova’s dream fades
  177. Call to revisit provincial polls grows
  178. New compositions of UN Security Council, 2015 prospects
  179. Ethiopia, 30 Years After The Famine
  180. Jamaica: Please Do Not Legalise Marijuana
  181. The Carve-Up Of Detroit
  182. The Media Campaign To Exonerate Cop Who Killed Michael Brown
  183. The U.S. And Global Wars: Empire Or Vampire?
  184. US Bio-Warfare Laboratories In West Africa Are The Origins Of The Ebola Epidemic
  185. Keene State And The Dangers Of Drunken White Males
  186. Botswana: Close Contest Expected at Polls
  187. Zimbabwe: Minister Survives Car Crash
  188. Mozambique: Ruling Party Majority Slashed in North Province
  189. Tunisia: Alarming Threats Ahead of Polls
  190. Libya: Tunisians Fear Libya Fallout As Vote Nears
  191. Tunisia: Situation in Tunisia Could Be Improved - Mohamed Abbou
  192. Tunisia: Terrorism, Main Challenge for Any Government in Tunisia - Khalil Zaouia
  193. Tunisia: Instability Threatens Polls
  194. Africa: How I Could Have Brought Ebola to Washington
  195. Africa: Hopes for Ebola Vaccine Soon
  196. Nigeria/South Africa: Super Falcons Move to Final of African Women's Championship
  197. Nigeria: South African Bodies Still in Lagos
  198. Cote d'Ivoire: Simone Gbagbo Trial Will Test Justice
  199. South Sudan: Rival Leaders in Deal
  200. Eritrea: Eritrea's Narrative of 'Triumph, Betrayal and Hope'
  201. Africa: Hague Must Indict 'Someone With a Pale Skin'
  202. Somalia: African Union Probes Rape Allegations
  203. Mozambique: Fault-Lines Grow Despite Polls
  204. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Snubs V-P
  205. South Africa: Pistorius Starts Jail Term
  206. Zimbabwe: With Chinese Cash, Zimbabwe to Boost Use of Fossil Fuels
  207. South Africa: Full Speech - 2014 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement Speech
  208. Swaziland: Activists Launch #SwaziJustice Drive
  209. ZUJ condemns ‘threats’ made on journalists
  210. Diplomat Nyamupinga laid to rest
  211. ZBC ready to present turnaround plan to Govt
  212. Sharon infected me with an STI: Hubby
  213. TOUGH TIMES FOR BOSSO . . . Byo giants slapped with $3000 fine, DeMbare’s Mubaiwa co
  214. Dancehall shocker! . . . Seh Calaz vows to promote violence
  215. Popular divas in collabo
  216. Miss Earth Fire on cancer awareness
  217. ZPC to mine Platinum
  218. Robbers shoot cop on VIP guard duty
  219. Black Dollar Project Gathers For Re-Creation Of Black Wall Street Photo
  220. Kenya Opens World’s Largest Geothermal Plant
  221. ‘Django Unchained’ Actress Charged With Lewd Conduct
  222. Stacey Dash’s Racist Remarks Hurting Republicans
  223. Rwanda Starts Testing Americans For Ebola
  224. Fact Check: How Many People Live In Africa?
  225. The Desert In Africa That Is Covered In Flowers
  226. South Africa: Cricket - SA Has Already Replaced Kallis - We Just Don't Realise It Yet
  227. Algeria: Drop in Trade Surplus in Nine First Months of 2014
  228. Egypt: Counterterrorism Observatory - EOHR Condemns Elarish Explosions and Calls for
  229. Algeria: Army Chief of Staff Meets With Qatari Minister of State for Defence Affairs
  230. Algeria: Sellal's South Trip - Special Interest to Border Regions, New Development Pr
  231. Algeria: 3rd Round of Inter-Malian Dialogue Starts in Algiers, Attended By All Partie
  232. West Africa: Researchers Develop Quick Ebola Diagnosis Device
  233. Nigeria: How Nigeria Defeated Ebola
  234. Africa: Ebola Vaccines to Be Tested
  235. Cote d'Ivoire: Simone Gbagbo On Trial Wednesday
  236. Sierra Leone: UK Troops Join Ebola Fight
  237. Sudan: Ruling Party Selects Bashir for Polls
  238. Rwanda: Hosting Kagame in London
  239. Sudan: Ruling Party Chooses Presidential Nominees
  240. Sudan: Could Sudan Repeat Its October Revolution?
  241. Rwanda: Kigali to Check U.S. Travellers
  242. Botswana: Elections Expose Nation's 'Fading' Democracy
  243. South Africa: Pistorius Taken to Prison
  244. Central Africa: African Ministers Ready to Order Attack on Rwandan Rebels
  245. Zimbabwe: Wife-Beater to Peace-Preacher
  246. Mozambique: Renamo's Renaissance, and Civil War As Election Strategy
  247. Botswana: Campaigns End Ahead of Polls
  248. South Africa: Black Actors and Filmmakers Face Enormous Obstacles
  249. South Africa: The Rise and Fall of Oscar Pistorius
  250. Zuma criticises Pistorius’ defence