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  1. Algeria: Algeria, a Model Country in Fight Against HIV/Aids
  2. Egypt: Prosecutor General Officially Challenges Verdict On Mubarak
  3. Morocco: Thanksgiving Week Recap
  4. Algeria: Ould Khelifa Underlines Depth of Algerian-Egyptian Historical Ties
  5. Nigeria: Yobe Imposes 24-Hour Curfew in State Capital
  6. Gambia: Facade of Democracy Crumbles
  7. West Africa: World's Ebola Response Slow, Patchy and Inadequate - MSF
  8. Africa: Ebola Cripples Three Economies
  9. Nigeria: Court Rejects Bid by Ruling Party Chair
  10. Kenya: Kenyatta Fires Minister, Police Chief After Attack
  11. Ethiopia: Repression Takes Toll on Opposition
  12. Tanzania: Kikwete Vows Not to Evict Maasai
  13. Kenya: Jumbos Increase Despite Poaching
  14. Uganda: Row Over Govt Arms Deal With Israel
  15. Angola: Police Brutally Beat Activists
  16. Namibia: Swapo Crushes Opposition in Record Poll Victory
  17. South Africa: Appeal Court Jails Fraudster
  18. Namibia: Namibia - Swapo Returns, Bigger and Bolder Than Ever
  19. South Africa: SARS's Chief Operations Officer Resigns
  20. Ethiopia: Ethio-South Africa Business Forum Opens in Addis Ababa
  21. Malawi: CAMA Holds Demos Over Water Shortages Thursday
  22. Zambia: Riots Among Ruling Party Factions Hit Lusaka
  23. Zanu-PF Congress roars into life
  24. Mbada cup off
  25. President breaks silence on Mujuru
  26. VP Mujuru misses congress’ opening day
  27. Congress, more than a Zanu-PF event
  28. Innscor Africa invests $40m
  29. Fans mourn Joyous Celebration vocalist
  30. Woman found dead in freezer, suicide suspected
  31. Congress is ‘judgment day’ for VP, says Wadyajena
  32. ZC boss apologises
  33. For Black Children, There’s No ‘Officer Friendly’
  34. Black Voters Lack Clout In Obama White House
  35. Haile Gebrselassie: From Athletics To The Boardroom
  36. Rwanda: When Debate is Squelched
  37. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party National Portends Business As Usual
  38. South Africa: HIV Prevention Is Failing Young Women
  39. Egypt: Law Stymies Opposition Parties
  40. North Africa: North Africa HIV Figures on the Rise
  41. Algeria: Army Kills One Terrorist in Jijel
  42. Tunisia: Controversy On Prime Minister Appointment Process Circumscribed
  43. Egypt: Sisi Speaks on Mubarak Acquittal
  44. Cameroon: Taming Waters for Health, Jobs in Yaounde
  45. Nigeria: When Oil Prices Fall
  46. Mali: Stalemate in Tuareg Peace Talks
  47. West Africa: New Francophonie Chief Predicts Promising Future
  48. Nigeria: Abuja & Washington Weigh Uneasy Ties
  49. Kenya: Dozens Killed In New Attack on Somali Border
  50. Uganda: Opposition Struggles Against Museveni
  51. Kenya: Can a Fading Odinga Come Back?
  52. Zimbabwe: V-P's Backers to Force Fresh Polls?
  53. Zambia: Presidential Candidate in Dispute
  54. Zambia: Closely-Fought Tussle Likely at Polls
  55. Africa: Cancer Likely to Increase As People With HIV Live Longer
  56. South Africa: South Africa Attempts to Set New HIV Testing World Record
  57. Lesotho: Politics is About Personalities, Not Policy
  58. Mozambique: The Dhlakama Effect
  59. President hints on Congress surprises
  60. More heavyweights face the chop
  61. GMO+ scandal rocks food sector
  62. While We’re Sleeping • Shakes wins Coach of the Year • Modise takes Sports Star award
  63. VP Mujuru stole my picture: War veteran
  64. Dr Grace showcases dancing skills
  65. Jabulani appears in court
  66. DeMbare, Bosso get their prize money
  67. FBI warns military about ISIS threat
  68. Gambia slams EU pressure on anti-gay law
  69. Ferguson: Did Prosecutors Misled Grand Jury About The Law?
  70. Egypt: The Cradle Of Civilization
  71. In Israel, Africans Rap Of Broken Promises
  72. Egypt: Two Takfiris Killed, 185 Terrorist Hotbeds Destroyed in North Sinai
  73. Egypt: Egypt Condemns Attack On Mosque in Nigeria
  74. Nigeria: Death Toll in Kano Blast Rises to 89
  75. Nigeria: Kano Mosque Attack, Sin Against God - Pope
  76. Sudan: Divided Opposition Offers Little Hope
  77. East Africa: 1st EAC Youth Conference Is Taking Place 5-6 December in Arusha
  78. Zimbabwe: What Happened to Tsvangirai's Party?
  79. Egypt: Court Acquits All Defendants in Mubarak Retrial
  80. Egypt: Court Designates Isil As 'Terrorist' Organisation
  81. Egypt: Police Disperses Protests Over Mubarak's Acquittal
  82. Egypt: 85 Arrested in Police Dispersal of Mubarak Acquittal Protests - Source
  83. Egypt: November 28 Chaos Scheme Fails
  84. Nigeria: Dozens Killed in Another Boko Haram Attack
  85. Nigeria: Jonathan to Be Served Impeachment Notice
  86. Liberia: Ebola Outbreak - Catholic Hospital Reopens
  87. Burkina Faso: French Soldier Dies in Helicopter Accident
  88. Nigeria: I'm Single, I Need God-Fearing, Industrious Man - Grace Johnson
  89. Kenya: Interior, Defence Ministries to Form Homeland Security Ministry
  90. Kenya: Homabay Senator Given Hero's Burial
  91. South Sudan: Govt, Rebels Trade Blame for Talks Delay
  92. Kenya: Witness - a Day Before Election, Ruto Said Kikuyus Should Leave Eldoret
  93. Kenya: State Issues Timetable for Analogue TV Switch-Over
  94. Zambia: Ruling Party Chooses Presidential Candidate
  95. Zimbabwe: Threat to Block VP From Congress
  96. Namibia: Namibia Elections With Electronic Voting Machines
  97. Zimbabwe: MDC-T's Mwonzora Arrested for Fraud
  98. Botswana: State Needs More Time in Vehicle Theft Case
  99. Botswana: Christmas Comes Early for Children in Letlhakane
  100. Zimbabwe: Zone Six Team Departs for Zimbabwe
  101. Zambia: Chitotela Blasts PF Central Committee
  102. Presidential inputs scheme kicks off
  103. Sibanda still behind bars
  104. Packed week for Zanu-PF
  105. Obert Mpofu under fire
  106. Makandiwa solemnises 606 couples in mass wedding
  107. Zanu-PF Congress brings business boom
  108. Editorial Comment: So near yet so far for Mujuru
  109. It’s the same old story -DeMbare beat Highlanders on penalties
  110. Buffalo Souljah up in arms -Zim does not value my efforts -Why only Kirsty, Chidzonga
  111. Choppies eyes $350m turnover by 2018
  112. Kenya Bans Foreigners From Adopting Kenyan Children
  113. War Criminal Bashir Claim Darfur Peacekeepers Protect Rebels
  114. Ferguson: United Nations Torture Committee Condemns U.S. Racism
  115. ‘Since When Are Egyptians Not White?': Rupert Murdoch Defends All-White ‘Exodus’
  116. Questions Over Tony Blair’s ‘Opaque’ Deals In Africa
  117. Jamaica Records Increase In Poverty
  118. Ferguson And American Double Standards
  119. Ethiopia: Former Captain Establishes Private Airline, Pilot School
  120. Egypt: Mubarak Escapes Charges of Killing Protesters
  121. Egypt: Protesters Clash with Police After Mubarak Discharge
  122. Egypt: Protests Erupt After Mubarak acquittal
  123. Egypt: Prosecutor General to Challenge Verdict On Mubarak
  124. Egypt: Mubarak Remains Jailed for Embezzlement
  125. Nigeria: Out-of-Control Boko Haram Kills Dozens in Kano Mosque
  126. West Africa: Ebola Death Toll Nears 7,000 - WHO
  127. Africa: Abstain From Sex After Ebola, Men Told
  128. Nigeria: 'I Saw Two Gunmen Going Into the Mosque, Shooting People'
  129. Nigeria: Attack Forces Thousands to Flee
  130. Tanzania: Chopper Crash Claims all on Board
  131. Kenya: Digital Migration Dates Announced
  132. Sudan: Over Hundred Killed in Tribal Clashes
  133. Tanzania: Low CAF Ranking for Local Clubs
  134. Tanzania: Construction of LNG Plant to Take Seven Years
  135. Zambia: Ruling Party Set Pick Presidential Candidate
  136. Namibia: Chaos Erupts After Polling Stations Closed
  137. Zimbabwe: Kaukonde Ally Ousted From Mayoral Post
  138. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF MPs Disrupt Civic Group's Meeting
  139. Zimbabwe: ZBC News Readers Wear Mugabe T-Shirts
  140. Namibia: Top ECN Officials Urged to Resign
  141. Zimbabwe: Sibanda Arrested Over Mugabe Bedroom Coup Remarks
  142. Zimbabwe: ZCTU Warns Workers Against Violence
  143. Youths to bar renegades from Congress
  144. Mbeki slams Khampepe report
  145. President caps 4 719 at MSU
  146. Harare man urinates on sleeping wife
  147. Women’s League fires five
  148. Egypt: Tight Security At Cairo, Giza Squares Ahead of Protests
  149. Libya: Court Sentences Editor in Absentia for Five Years in Prison
  150. Egypt: Three Dead in Cairo's Matariya - Security Source
  151. Egypt: Homemade Bomb Goes Off in Heliopolis, No Casualties - Source
  152. Egypt: Army Officer Killed, Two Others Injured in Cairo - Statement
  153. Nigeria: Hundreds Feared Dead in Kano Mosque Blasts
  154. South Africa: Govt Denies Weapons for Bodies Barter with Nigeria
  155. Nigeria: Finance Minister on Oil Price Fears
  156. West Africa: Ebola Casts Shadow Over Francophonie
  157. Nigeria: Opposition Considers How to Beat Jonathan
  158. Sudan: Govt, Rebels Disagree on Talks Agenda
  159. Kenya: V-P Returns to Hague Trial
  160. Tanzania: Govt Denies Plans to Evict Maasai
  161. Sudan: Police Ban Opposition Rally
  162. Kenya: Witness Says Ruto Targeted Kikuyus Before 2007 Poll
  163. Namibia: Ruling Party Officials Happy with Polls
  164. Zimbabwe: Suspended Top Official Blasts Mugabe
  165. Lesotho: Crisis Slows Lesotho's Growth
  166. South Africa: 2002 Zimbabwe Polls Free, Fair - Mbeki
  167. South Africa: No Pay for Opposition MPs
  168. Namibia: E-Voting, Gender Equality in Focus in Nambian Elections
  169. Namibia: Slow Start to Elections
  170. VP Mujuru in $4m scandal
  171. Jabulani Sibanda arrested
  172. Saul and his men had all the aces, and the jokers, in their pack and it all looked go
  173. Can bosso break jinx?
  174. Towards, beyond congress, Zim-Asset beckons
  175. Once a sell-out, always a sell-out
  176. Win, win, win or lose
  177. The new mission for brands: Winning shoppers in the store
  178. All set for Yadah Cup
  179. Editorial Comment: Root out corruption in all places
  180. South Africa: EFF Will Go To Court To Fight Suspensions
  181. The Business Case For Nigeria’s New Railway Deal
  182. It Is Now Illegal To Share Food With Homeless People In Florida
  183. Black Friday: The Science Behind Why People Kill Each Other Over TVs
  184. Genocide And The Thanksgiving Myth
  185. Buganda: Uganda’s 1,000-Year-Old Kingdom
  186. Struggle Over Libya’s Oil Risks Breaking Up Country – Rival PM
  187. Nigeria: Explosion Kills Dozens in Nigeria
  188. Algeria: Army Claims One of French Hiker's Murderers Killed
  189. Tunisia: Nation Braces for Presidential Runoff
  190. Algeria: President Bouteflika - Constitutional Amendments to Adapt Algeria's Supreme
  191. Algeria: Fight Against Smuggling - Two People Arrested, Many Objects Seized in South
  192. Libya: Settlement of Crises in Mali, Libya - U.S. Greatly Appreciates, Supports Alger
  193. Ghana: Opposition Wants Inquiry into London Drug Bust
  194. Liberia: Govt Bans Beach-Going Over Ebola Fears
  195. Liberia: Violence Hits Campaign Trail in Ebola-Stricken Liberia
  196. Liberia: Fake Death Certificate Sparks Ebola Outbreak Leading to Eight Cases
  197. Liberia: Male Ebola Survivors Infecting Partners, Ugandan Doctor Alarms
  198. Kenya: Indefinite Ban On Adoption of Kenyan Children by Foreigners Approved
  199. South Africa: Ethiopian Refugee Dies After Hospital Denies Treatment
  200. Kenya: Hague Prosecutor Loses Bid for Private Sessions
  201. Rwanda: Rwandan Priest Wins Case Against France Television
  202. Tanzania: Increase in Extramarital Affairs in Moshi - Report
  203. Namibia: Fresh Bid to Stop Elections
  204. Angola: From a CIA Conspiracy Theory to the Murdering of Activists
  205. Swaziland: Govt's Huge Military Spending
  206. Mozambique: Renamo Leader Threatens to 'make a Revolution'
  207. South Africa: Country Prepares to Mark the First Anniversary of Mandela's Death
  208. South Africa: How the SACP and World Bank Agree On Policies That Restrain Redistribut
  209. South Africa: R1 an Hour Is Not Enough, Says Domestic Workers' Union
  210. EDITORAL COMENT: 2015 Budget sets tone for recovery
  211. Glamour Boys opt out
  212. Govt suspends platinum export tax
  213. Govt lightens tax burden
  214. Sulu unveils ‘Gunship’
  215. Chinamasa plays delicate balancing act
  216. Ebola vaccine shows promise
  217. Zesa scandal calls for MPs’ action
  218. Zanu-PF victory and blind journalists
  219. Sikhala picked up for questioning
  220. Isabel dos Santos’ Bid For Portugal Telecom Remains Unchanged
  221. Somalia Eyes Oil, As New Bourse Sees Seven Firms Listing In 2015
  222. Sudan Decries SPLM-N Meeting With Israelis
  223. Nigeria Says Shell Should Pay $4 bln For 2011 Oil Spill
  224. ANC Is In Trouble, Admits Zuma
  225. Wrong Priority: S. Africa Won’t Rest Until Palestinians Achieve Statehood Says Zuma
  226. 8 Horrible Truths About Police Brutality And Racism Laid Bare By Ferguson
  227. Egypt: Govt, UN to Expand Food Aid in Fight Against Child Labour
  228. Egypt: Govt Reopens Gaza Crossing for First Time Since October Bombing
  229. Libya: Security Council Warns of Possible Sanctions
  230. Western Sahara: Supreme Commander of Armed Forces Oversees Military Exercise
  231. Morocco: Campaign in Norway Against Continued Occupation of Western Sahara By Morocco
  232. Africa: Ebola Vaccine Results Give Hope
  233. Cameroon: Biya Says Hostages Freed in CAR
  234. Nigeria: Obasanjo Attacks Jonathan Again
  235. Nigeria: Will the First Credible Opposition Party Maintain its Momentum?
  236. Nigeria: 80 Million Women Suffer Gender Violence - U.S. Embassy
  237. Kenya: EALA Votes to Suspend Speaker Pending Investigations
  238. Kenya: African Court to Hear Land Case Against Kenyan Govt
  239. Kenya: Thousands Turn Up at Uhuru Park for Kajwang's Funeral Service
  240. Kenya: Women Pay the Price for Slum Water 'Mafias'
  241. Somalia: State Building and the Credibility Conundrum
  242. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Blocked From Party Office
  243. Mozambique: Ex-Rebel Leader Threatens to Form Parallel Govt
  244. Namibia: Court Rules Against Poll Delay
  245. Zimbabwe: Internal Ruling Party Wrangles Stall Development
  246. Zimbabwe: Thabo Mbeki's Quietly Destructive Policy On Zimbabwe
  247. Namibia: Court Dismisses Opposition Challenge
  248. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Mulls Appointing Four Vice Presidents
  249. Zambia: Sata's Son Pulls Out of Presidential Race
  250. Politburo adopts Const amendments