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  1. Tunisia: Mehdi Jomaa Calls for Vigilance Against Persistent Terrorist Threat
  2. Morocco: Spanish National Court Judge Listens to Sahrawi Witnesses On Moroccan Genoci
  3. Libya: Statement By the Spokesperson On the Need for Ceasefire and Political Dialogue
  4. Algeria: About Twenty Trade Shows to Be Held in 1st Half of 2015 in Algiers
  5. West Africa: Companies Fill Gaps in Ebola Response
  6. Liberia: Justice Minister Resigns
  7. Liberia: President Sirleaf Accepts Resignation of Former Justice Minister Christiana
  8. Nigeria: Bakassi Doesn't Belong to Nigeria - Surveyor-General
  9. Madagascar: Land Reform Picks Up New Steam
  10. South Sudan: UN Envoy On Sexual Violence Warns Rapes Will 'Haunt' Generations
  11. Somalia: UN in Somalia Welcomes Recovery of Port City From Insurgents
  12. Nigeria: African Union Forces Liberate Baraawe from Al-Shabab
  13. South Africa: Winnie Behind Arms Deal Expose - Activist
  14. Malawi: Sustainable Agricultural Practices Offset the Negative Impact of Climate Chan
  15. South Africa: Lesetja Kganyago of the Reserve Bank - Right Man for the Job, Wrong Man
  16. South Africa: Mark Shuttleworth, the State and Ubuntu 2.0
  17. Malawi: CSO Grand Coalition Dissatisfied With Senzani Sentence, Says Its 'Little
  18. Malawi: Senzani Sentenced to Three Years - Cashgate Conviction
  19. South Africa: Gates Foundation & Grand Challenge Partners Commit to Investments in Br
  20. South Africa: We Are All Ndabo Mzimela
  21. US denies sanctions threat
  22. Rising STI cases worry Govt
  23. Council audits unearth scams
  24. MDC-T chickens out of by-elections
  25. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Name and shame thieving politicians
  26. Domestic debt stalls New Zimsteel deal
  27. Baba Jukwa case: IO returns from US
  28. Troubled banks leave DPC exposed
  29. ‘Winnie leaked arms deal info’
  30. Prince blows it for Glamour Boys
  31. Judge Rules Against Police In Ferguson Protest Case
  32. In Liberia, Disappointment At U.S. Military’s Planned Ebola Response
  33. The Decadent Veil: Black America’s Wealth Illusion – Must Read
  34. Corralling The Crack Vote – The Gantt Report
  35. Who Are You Calling Corrupt? Good Governance Begins At Home
  36. The NYPD’s Shameful Message To Black Teens: “Get Out Of The Neighborhood”
  37. South Africa Seizes Another $5.7 Million Nigeria’s Arms Deal
  38. Cameroon: Dire Conditions for Nigerian Refugees in Cameroon
  39. Africa: Library Boxes Foster Creativity in Refugee Camps
  40. Egypt: Unverified Footage Shows Four Egyptians Killed By Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis in Sina
  41. Algeria: Diabetes Complications At 7th International Congress of Medical Association
  42. Egypt: Boy Killed in North Sinai Blast
  43. Morocco: Portuguese MDM Expresses Support for Sahrawi People's Right to Self-Determin
  44. Western Sahara: UK Government Called to "Publicly" Condemn Human Rights Violations Co
  45. Burkina Faso: Land Disputes Trigger Strife
  46. Nigeria: S. Africa Busts Another Arms Deal
  47. Nigeria: South African Bodies Decompose in Lagos
  48. Liberia: Health Workers Battling Ebola Stigma
  49. West Africa: FACT SHEET: The U.S. Response to the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa
  50. Kenya: Kenyatta to Appear at Hague Trial
  51. Somalia: Somali Troops Secure Key Port
  52. Kenya: Kenyan Exports to Europe Now Face Tariffs
  53. South Sudan: Flawed Security Bill Headed for Vote
  54. Kenya: Kenyatta Prepares for Hague
  55. Zimbabwe: Paul Brickhill Remembered for Courageous Championing of Human Dignity
  56. South Africa: Are Protests Really Driven By Rising Expectations?
  57. Zimbabwe: Land Revolution Enters New Phase
  58. Malawi: Malawi Lags Behind With HIV Self-Testing Kits
  59. South Africa: Looking for New Land Reform Policies
  60. South Africa: Dewani Pleads Not Guilty in 'Honeymoon Murder' Trial
  61. Prof Moyo’s wedding songs trigger demand
  62. Kudzayi freedom bid hits snag
  63. Triangle celebrate win
  64. SA must respect protocols it ratified
  65. Breast cancer awareness: Not just in October
  66. ZBCTV should engage ZIFF
  67. Seven Vapostori identified
  68. Fidelity seeks London market re-accreditation
  69. Editorial Comment: Value addition, competitiveness the answer
  70. Perhaps it is time to say goodbye to book writing
  71. 14-Year-Old Black Teen Fatally Shot By Louisiana Police Officer
  72. ‘Innovation Landscape In Africa Almost Never Ending’
  73. Inside South Africa’s Whites-Only Town Of Orania
  74. Have Today’s Rap Artists Lost Touch With Black Historical Icons?
  75. Who Or What Is An African
  76. Raven Symone To Oprah: ‘I’m Not African-American — I’m American’
  77. Jacob Zuma – Let’s Not Defend The Indefensible
  78. Somalia: Mogadishu Residents No Longer Afraid to Openly Criticise Al-Shabaab
  79. Kenya: Kenyan Senate Investigates National Intelligence Service Land Deal
  80. Zimbabwe: City Council Is On Life Support - Mayor
  81. Libya: Safe End to Secret Abduction
  82. Nigeria: Egypt Air and Citizen Abdul-Azeez's Torn Passport
  83. Niger: African Union Condemns Attack On Peacekeepers
  84. Nigeria: Govt Urged to Negotiate with Boko Haram
  85. West Africa: French Ebola Patient Cured
  86. Nigeria: Skyvision's VPN Solution to Connect Unity Bank Branches in Nigeria
  87. Nigeria: 12 Feared Dead in Renewed Plateau Attack
  88. Somalia: Al Shabaab Stronghold to Fall?
  89. Sudan: ICC Calls On Saudi Arabia to Arrest Sudanese President
  90. South Sudan: Peace Talks Halted to Consult Rival Leaders
  91. Ethiopia: HPR to Launch Its Fifth Term On Monday
  92. Tanzania: Shija Is No More
  93. Malawi: Breaking News - Lilongwe Standard Bank On Fire
  94. Malawi: MEC Implicates JB in a Coup Plot
  95. Malawi: Weak Wildlife Legislation Fueling Illegal Ivory Trade
  96. Malawi: Save the Children Intervenes in Reducing Teenage Pregnancies in Ntcheu
  97. Malawi: Panic At Immigration Headquarters
  98. Zambia: M'membe Applied for U.S. $11 Million Loan Without Business Plan
  99. Zambia: Kabimba Returns to the Public Eye
  100. Mzembi eyes top UNWTO post
  101. 8 perish in road accident
  102. VP Mujuru applauds African filmmakers
  103. As sweet as it can be!
  104. China is Hong Kong’s future, not its enemy
  105. Workmate stabbed to death in row over $3
  106. Kwekwe pays tribute to Dhewa
  107. Sweden to recognise State of Palestine
  108. Mass graves found in Mexico
  109. Shot in arm for agric. . . as Govt takes delivery of farming implements from Brazil
  110. Yemen’s Former President Abdullah Saleh Seeks Refuge In Ethiopia
  111. Africa’s Richest Man To Invest In Tanzanian Coal Mine
  112. Africa’s Richest Woman Acquires Additional 17.5% Stake In Angolan Bank
  113. More U.S. Soldiers Being Sent To “Battle Ebola”
  114. Jean-Claude Duvalier Dead: Former Haiti Dictator Dies From Heart Attack At 65
  115. Did Akon Really Perform In A Plastic Bubble To Avoid Getting Ebola?
  116. What Is The NAACP Doing Fighting For Race-Based Abortions In Arizona?
  117. Zimbabwe: Mazemo Appointed Zim Ambassador to Nigeria
  118. Zimbabwe: Rights Group Condemns 'Illegal' House Demolitions
  119. Zimbabwe: Junior Councillors Now Voted for
  120. Egypt: "Islamist" Factions Clash in Alexandria
  121. Nigeria: Renewed Violence Kill a Dozen
  122. West Africa: French Ebola Patient Recovers
  123. West Africa: West Africa Hopes to Contain Ebola By December
  124. Nigeria: 12 Killed By Suspected Fulani Gunmen
  125. Mali: Ban 'Outraged' By Deadly Attack On UN Peacekeepers in Mali
  126. Burundi: Civil Society Fights Back but Will It Be Enough?
  127. Kenya: Politicians Seek Visas Ahead of Uhuru ICC Trip
  128. South Sudan: Jonglei Governor Sacks Cabinet Affairs Minister
  129. Kenya: Nyachae Doesn't Understand Parliament - Muturi
  130. Kenya: Philips Innovative Clinic Opens in Kiambu County
  131. Mozambique: Ballot Papers Stolen Ahead of Poll
  132. Africa: Is South Africa's Hunger for Credit Biting Back?
  133. Lesotho: PM Thabane to Seek Re-Election Next Year
  134. Zimbabwe: Nation Heads for Economic Lockdown - Biti
  135. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Family Planning Dilemma
  136. Mozambique: Tete Government Boycotts Dhlakama On Day of Peace
  137. Mozambique: Simango Calls for More Independent Parliament
  138. Angola: BPC Bank Promotes Broad Meeting On Commercial Action
  139. Situation Won’t Escalate Into War If Dam Talks Collapse – Ethiopian President
  140. Libya’s Tale of Two Neocolonial Parliaments
  141. Brazil: A Tale Of Two Female Candidates
  142. U.S. Threatens Zimbabwe Over $3 Billion Russia Deal
  143. Grand Jury Considering Michael Brown Case Being Investigated For Misconduct
  144. Judge Dismiss Charge Against Thug Cop Who Killed Aiyana Jones
  145. California Governor Signs SB 1135, Prison Anti-Sterilization Bill
  146. Egypt: Religious Leader Abducted
  147. West Africa: U.S Ebola Case Raises Travel Concerns
  148. Libya: Militants Kill Scores of Troops in East
  149. Egypt: Army Raids 'Terrorists'
  150. Algeria: France and Algeria - Common Enemy, Difficult Past
  151. Morocco: Choreographer Shares Her Identity Through Dance On Washington Stages
  152. Egypt: Two Takfiris Killed, 18 Terrorist Hotbeds Destroyed in North Sinai
  153. Mali: UN Peacekeeping Troops Suffer Heavy Casualties
  154. Sierra Leone: Ebola - Money is the Easy Part
  155. Liberia: American in Liberia Contracts Ebola
  156. West Africa: Surgical Masks, Travel Bans as Hajj Begins
  157. Liberia: Taylor Aide, War Crimes Suspect, Released
  158. Kenya: Law Threatens to Politicize Police
  159. Uganda: Most African Leaders Backward - Museveni
  160. Tanzania: Kikwete Risks Legacy Over Reforms
  161. Kenya: Keep Calm I Will Handle ICC - President
  162. Uganda: Kagame, Museveni Back Uhuru but Won't Go to ICC
  163. Mozambique: Civil Society Warns Against Election Violence
  164. Namibia: Many Agree Men Can Slap Women
  165. South Africa: Legislator Threatens 'Armed Struggle'
  166. Zimbabwe: U.S Warns Zimbabwe Over U.S $3 Billion Russia Deal
  167. South Africa: The Company Man - Trevor Manuel Marries the Rothschilds
  168. Botswana: President Shamed By Indigenous San Protest at Election Rally
  169. South Africa: Dalai Lama Debacle - Whose Country Is It Anyway?
  170. South Africa: Govt Fund to Invest U.S. $220 Million Across Africa
  171. Europe — A Berlin Conference with no closure
  172. The last word on editorial content
  173. City council is on life support: Mayor
  174. Housing is a fundamental human right
  175. Editorial Comment: Govt, come to the aid of home-seekers
  176. End of the road for Solanki
  177. Long hair okay for schoolgirls, says Concourt
  178. Man claims to be Boko Haram leader in new clip
  179. Nine United Nations peacekeepers killed in Mali
  180. The River Between . . . How dirty Mukuvisi River saves lives in Harare
  181. S. Africa: Plans To Create Govt-Funded Shrine To White Supremacy Stirs Anger
  182. Saudi Arabia Uses Ebola Excuse To Ban Some Africans From Hajj
  183. EU Trade Deal Will Likely Crush Industry In West Africa
  184. America Shuns Nigerian Oil
  185. How To Stop Police Brutality, Take Settlement Money Out Of Police Budgets
  186. Voter Registration In Ferguson Surges After Michael Brown Lynching
  187. Imperialism And The Ebola Catastrophe
  188. Morocco: Morocco's Quiet Revolution Over AIDS and Human Rights
  189. Morocco: Another Nail in the Coffin of the 'Washington Consensus'
  190. Morocco: Algerian Border Guards Seize Over 187 Kilos of Cannabis Coming From Morocco
  191. Algeria: Laghouat Accident - 17 Killed, 27 Injured Still Under Medical Supervision
  192. Egypt: National Women's Council Launches Hotline for Harassment Complaints
  193. Nigeria: 2015 Elections Can Set a New Benchmark in Nigeria
  194. Nigeria: 50 Children Die From Cholera
  195. Africa: Ebola Fuels Fear in U.S., Africa
  196. Nigeria: U.S. Shuns Nigeria's Oil
  197. Cote d'Ivoire: Hague Judges to Decide on Youth Minister
  198. South Sudan: Women Protest Oppression, Food Prices
  199. Somalia: New Al Shabaab Leaders Fight Internal Reform
  200. Kenya: Rapists Confess as Cleric Takes Up Equality Struggle
  201. South Sudan: Nation at a Crossroads
  202. East Africa: Alarm Over Rising Co-Infection of HIV and Parasitic Killer Kala-Azar
  203. Lesotho: Parties Break Talks Deadlock
  204. South Africa: Sex Work Becomes Cheaper and Riskier
  205. Southern Africa: Mediator Ramaphosa Reveals Details of Lesotho Deal
  206. South Africa: The Gentle but Subversive Power of South-South Cooperation
  207. South Africa: Tutu Bashes Govt Over Dalai Lama
  208. South Africa: Shackdwellers Celebrate After City Eviction Squad Backs Down
  209. South Africa: The Politics of Getting Hired At UCT - "It's How This Country Works"
  210. Zimbabwe: Is the Unemployment Rate 4 Percent, 60 Percent or 95 Percent?
  211. Gumbo digs in
  212. Zimpapers bids farewell to CEO, FD
  213. First Lady’s rallies begin
  214. Britain eyes Zim business deals
  215. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Demolitions show municipal ineptitude
  216. AfrAsia engages Meikles over stake
  217. Keeper in race against time
  218. Govt complains over SA deportations
  219. Mauritian investor snaps up IDC stake
  220. ZIMA, WENE dates clash
  221. Africa’s Most Visited Countries
  222. Israel Continues To Mistreat Africans, Despite High Court Order
  223. Prosecutors Allege Oil Firm Paid $533m Bribe To Nigerian Officials
  224. Saudis To Employ Two Million Ugandans
  225. Zimmerman Not Expected To Face Civil Rights Charges In Trayvon Martin Case
  226. From KKK Robes, To Nazi Swastika, And Now The Darren Wilson Wristband
  227. The 2014 Political Pimp Move – The Gantt Report
  228. Egypt: Mursi Prison Break Trial Adjourned to Oct 18
  229. Algeria: Fight Against Organized Crime, Terrorism, Main Concern of Algeria
  230. Morocco: Polisario Calls On EU to Act to End Moroccan Human Rights Violations in West
  231. Algeria: Algeria, United States Seek to Step Up Bilateral Relations in Health
  232. Algeria: Major General Hamel Holds Talks With Senior Official of French Foreign Minis
  233. Nigeria: Soldiers Sentenced to Death By Firing Squad to Appeal
  234. Niger: U.S Drone Base Causes Concern
  235. West Africa: UN Ebola Mission Wants 'Significant Progress' in 60 Days
  236. Guinea Bissau: President Pardons 2012 Coup Attempt Soldiers
  237. Liberia: Kenya Airways Resuming Liberia Route Oct. 24, Air Ivoire On Course
  238. Kenya: Teenager Arrested in 'Liz' Gang Rape Case
  239. Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Slow to Disarm
  240. Uganda: Pregnant Student Cries Foul Over Suspension
  241. Tanzania: New Constitution Boosts Gender Parity
  242. Kenya: Law Not Enough to Unravel Land Disputes
  243. South Africa: Nobel Summit Called Off
  244. Lesotho: Breakthrough in Political Crisis?
  245. Swaziland: From Subsistence to Profit, Farmers Get a Helping Hand
  246. Mozambique: Rebel Draws Big Crowds
  247. South Africa: Law Graduates Face Community Service
  248. Zimbabwe: Union Takes Grace Mugabe PhD Fight to Court
  249. South Africa: Marikana Commission Granted Final Extension
  250. South Africa: Jacob Zuma - Let's Not Defend the Indefensible