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  1. Somalia: Is U.S. Airstrike the Final Attack On Al-Shabaab?
  2. Kenya: Road Connecting Ethiopia, Kenya Opens for Traffic
  3. South Sudan: Swings & Roundabouts - S. Sudan Peace Talks
  4. Africa: The African Media Leaders Forum Postponed due to the Ebola Crisis
  5. South Sudan: Igga Rules Out Standing Aside for Rebel Leader Machar
  6. Lesotho: PM Returns to Lesotho After 'Coup' Chaos
  7. Mozambique: Parties Launch Election Campaigns
  8. Malawi: HIV Drugs Misused to 'Fatten' Chickens and Ferment Malawi Gin
  9. South Africa: Are We Taking Our Future Seriously?
  10. South Africa: Attempts to Disarm Marikana Miners Were Not 'Operationally Sound', Comm
  11. South Africa: Chairwoman of Electoral Commission Resigns
  12. Zimbabwe: We Are in It Together
  13. South Africa: Khayelitsha Commission Findings - What Now?
  14. Mliswa faces contempt charges
  15. Ban non-digital TV sets imports: Parly
  16. Pay up or else, health funders told
  17. China to fund bankable projects — Chinamasa
  18. Politburo upholds conference results
  19. Chidyausiku blasts lawyer
  20. Man claims opaque beer brings him closer to God
  21. MDC-T MP, activists stay in custody
  22. Lesotho PM safely back home after ‘coup’
  23. Reflect on history of militarist aggression, China urges Japan
  24. Africa’s Economic ‘Rise’ Does Not Reflect Reality?
  25. 5 Reasons Why Black Women Should Never Give Up On Black Men
  26. Selling-Out Pays: $10 Million-A-Year Contract For Doc Rivers
  27. 17 Years In Prison For Porch Murderer Theodore Wafer
  28. The Coming Economic Storm: Data Shows Gathering Global Slump
  29. New York’s Evans Bank Accused Of Denying Loans To Black Americans
  30. College Is A Waste For Millions Of Kids — There’s A Better Way
  31. Sudan: Those Behind Unlawful Killings and Torture of Protesters Must Be Brought to Ju
  32. Libya: Militias Seize Tripoli Govt Offices
  33. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Lawyer Released
  34. Africa: Kenya to Host AU Summit On Terrorism
  35. Egypt: EOHR Calls for the Enactment of the NGOs Law of the Supreme Committee for Civi
  36. Libya: Libyan Health Care On Life Support
  37. West Africa: MSF Denounces Inaction, Calls for Mobilization of Medical Assets
  38. Liberia: U.S. Stepping Up Ebola Support - Envoy
  39. Africa: UN 'Gravely Concerned' Over Food Shortages in Ebola-Hit Countries
  40. Nigeria: Maiduguri Curfew Imposed After Attack
  41. Nigeria: Nigeria's Interminable Insurgency - Addressing the Boko Haram Crisis
  42. Somalia: U.S. Drones Attack Al Shabaab
  43. Ethiopia: The Next-Generation Greenhouse
  44. Somalia: One Million Somalis Starve As Towns Besieged and Food Prices Quadruple
  45. Somalia: UK Government Strives to Support Safer Remittance Flows to Somalia
  46. Mozambique: Rebel Leader to Meet Guebuza?
  47. Lesotho: What Next for Lesotho?
  48. Mozambique: Radio Station Shut Before Poll Campaigning
  49. Zambia: Kabimba Dismissal Bolsters Sata, but President Remains Silent and Unseen
  50. Southern Africa: African Union Warns Against Illegal Power Grab
  51. Mozambique: Chronic Malnourishment Affects 43 Per Cent of Children
  52. Mozambique: Poll Predicts MDM Will Overtake Renamo
  53. No joy for Jukwa suspects
  54. Demonstrators picked up in Harare South
  55. Name, shame traitors: Zhuwao
  56. Liberia peacekeeping mission safe from deadly Ebola
  57. Timely boost for Chisumbanje
  58. Allied to be part of bigger African fund
  59. Battling on all fronts
  60. Beyond the taste of fried chicken
  61. Death rumour inspires Jah Prayzah
  62. I was in love with a Prophet: Bev
  63. Libya Militias Seize Tripoli Government Offices
  64. Ethiopia Developing Faster Than Any Other African Country?
  65. Ancient Site Reveals Signs Of Mass Cannibalism
  66. The Cult Of The African National Congress
  67. Meet Africa’s Top Young Entrepreneurs For 2014
  68. 10 Businesses You Can Start With Little Capital
  69. Gullah/Geechee Culture Could Go Extinct
  70. Ferguson Response Made US ‘The Laughing Stock Of The World’ – North Korea
  71. African Ownership Is The Key To African Nationalism
  72. Yoweri Museveni: Why Africa Must Unite Politically
  73. Africans’ Land Rights At Risk As New Agriculture Trend Sweeps Continent
  74. Brazil: The Place Where The Dream Of Blacks Is Not Being Black
  75. Stop The War On Young Black Boys In America
  76. Don’t Expect A Conviction For The Murder Of Michael Brown
  77. Egypt: Varsity Bans Student Politics
  78. Morocco: Trial of Rapper Moaaz Belghoua, Known As "Al-Haqed", Adjourned
  79. Egypt: Giza Court Carries Al-Beltagy, Badei, Al-Arian & Hegazy Life Sentences, While
  80. Tunisia: Security Forces Assault Journalist & Blogger "Lina Ben Mhenni"
  81. Egypt: WTO's Director General to Discuss Bali Deal With Egypt's Trade Minister
  82. West Africa: Ebola Health Workers Should Get Danger Money, Expert Says
  83. West Africa: A Call for Appointment of ECOWAS Special Envoy on Ebola
  84. Liberia: Sirleaf Rejects WHO's Ebola Figures
  85. West Africa: Ebola Claims Another Victim - Economic Growth
  86. West Africa: Ebola - Implications of Poor Health Financing
  87. Kenya: Red Cross Calls for Troops to Quell Clan Clashes
  88. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Attack Intelligence HQ
  89. Sudan: Hundreds Killed in Darfur Clashes
  90. Central Africa: Rwandan Rebels Disarm But Future Uncertain
  91. South Sudan: Rebels Warn of 'Full-Scale' War As Sanctions Loom
  92. Lesotho: Leaders Agree to Reconvene Parliament
  93. Lesotho: What's Going on in Lesotho? A Rough Guide
  94. Lesotho: Basotho Leaders Agree on Path Out of Crisis
  95. South Africa: Marikana Strike was Uncharacteristic - Lonmin
  96. Swaziland: King, 46, Takes Virgin, 19, As 14th Wife
  97. Lesotho: Regional Ministers Meet Over Lesotho
  98. South Africa: Buses Set Alight, Drivers Beaten
  99. South Africa: Jesus Must Return: Zuma
  100. Airzim mired in another storm
  101. Burglars hit Chidyausiku’s office
  102. SADC to receive normal rainfall
  103. Zinara takes over road fees collection
  104. Vehicle population tops 1,2m: Zinara
  105. Party bigwigs pushing for regime change, says Gumbo
  106. TM CuP Unveiled
  107. ZSE turnover rises 163pc
  108. The intellectual side of defence forces
  109. I was shortchanged: Tocky vibez
  110. Kenya: Education Ministry Sets School Hours Between 8am to 3.30 PM, Outlaws 6am Morni
  111. Mozambique: Renamo Meets to Discuss Campaign Discipline
  112. Egypt: Generals Drawn Out By Libyan Islamist Threat
  113. Tunisia: Bodies of Syrian Migrants Recovered off Tunisia Coast
  114. Egypt: Looming Deadline Compounds NGOs' Woes
  115. Egypt: Two "Terrorists" and a Girl Killed in Sinai Security Campaign
  116. Egypt: Court Dismisses Appeal On Mubarak-Era Politicians' Ban From Elections
  117. Africa: How Africa is Losing the Ebola Battle
  118. Africa: Citizens Call to Action on Ebola - Petition
  119. Liberia: Govt Adds New Ebola Centres As It Tries to Contain Outbreak
  120. Nigeria: Ebola Hits Economy
  121. Liberia: Liberia Lifts Ebola-Related Quarantine
  122. South Sudan: Cholera Down but Malaria and Parasitic Disease Up - MSF
  123. Somalia: Key Town Retaken From Al-Shabab
  124. Somalia: 11 Killed As Militants Attack Prison
  125. Tanzania: Dynamite Fishing Poses Threat to Aquatic Species
  126. Somalia: Al-Shabab Militants Attack Intelligence Headquarters
  127. Lesotho: 'Coup' Confusion After Troops Raid Lesotho Police Stations
  128. Zimbabwe: Opposition Parties in Disarray
  129. Lesotho: Leaders 'Due to Talk' Following Alleged Coup
  130. Zimbabwe: Serious Water Crisis Hits Bulawayo
  131. Zambia: Security Officers Raid Home of Former Justice Minister
  132. Lesotho: U.S. Calls for 'Peaceful Dialogue' in Lesotho
  133. Malawi: Malawi to Learn From Israel Irrigation - Chilima
  134. Angola: Vice-President Reaffirms Govt Interests in Promoting Culture
  135. Teach about Ebola, doctors urged
  136. Be ashamed, Biti tells Tsvangirai
  137. President calls for urgent meeting
  138. Harare Cup Clash 2014 thrills
  139. Meikles struggles to sell TBs
  140. Editorial Comment: Government’s ebola response laudable
  141. We’ve beaten the best
  142. Tiered capitalisation progressive: BAZ
  143. DeMbare power through
  144. Chihombori eyes Kenyan market
  145. Pressure Grows For GoFundMe To Stop Its ‘Support Officer Darren Wilson’ Campaign
  146. 4D Printing A Disruptive Technology – Report
  147. US Govt-Funded Database To Track “Subversive Propaganda” Online
  148. From Detroit To Ferguson: Being Broke Is Killing Us
  149. Ethiopia: First Addis Tram Tested
  150. Algeria: Ukrainian Cargo Plane Crashes
  151. Egypt: Cairo Court Eases Sentence On Muslim Brotherhood Badie
  152. Egypt: Brotherhood Leader's Death Sentence Amended to Life in Prison
  153. Egypt: Brotherhood Leaders' Trial Over Inciting Violence Postponed
  154. Tunisia: Serious Terrorist Threats in September but We Are Ready to Face Them (Interi
  155. Nigeria: Nigerians Threaten to Burn Ebola Isolation Units
  156. Mali: Rebel Groups Agree to End Hostilities
  157. Cameroon: The 10-Year-Old Leading a Family Following the Death of her Parents
  158. Senegal: Senegal Confirms First Ebola Case - Riots Reported in Guinea City
  159. Nigeria: Global Shapers Give New Boost to Community Work in Kano
  160. Sudan: Politics By Declaration
  161. Madagascar: Locust Swarms Fill Antananarivo Skies
  162. South Sudan: UN Halts Flights Following Helicopter Crash
  163. South Sudan: In South Sudan, Few Take Their Money to the Bank
  164. Somalia: Fierce Fighting Starts in Lower Shabelle Between the Govt Troops and Alshaba
  165. Lesotho: Army Returns to Barracks After Lesotho Coup Bid
  166. Zimbabwe: Corrupt Ministers Face Jail - Mugabe
  167. South Africa: Court Rules Against Lengthy Detention of Illegal Migrants
  168. Zimbabwe: Infant, Maternal Mortality Rates Drop
  169. Southern Africa: Lesotho Prime Minister Asks Regional Block to Help Restore Order
  170. Lesotho: Army Denies Lesotho Coup
  171. Lesotho: South Africa Condemns Army Takeover
  172. Lesotho: Reported Coup Attempt in Lesotho
  173. Africans Make Good In Hong Kong
  174. Bill O’Reilly On Blacks: ‘All You Hear Is Grievance, Grievance, Grievance! Give Me Mo
  175. Zimbabwe Hits 100% Mobile Penetration, Moves To Regulate Social Media
  176. Ferguson Isn’t About Black Rage Against Cops. It’s White Rage Against Blacks
  177. Military Coup Under Way In Lesotho
  178. Libya: Govt Resigns After Islamists Restart Congress
  179. Egypt: Country Loses Human Rights 'Pioneer'
  180. Egypt: Decapitated Head Found in North Sinai's Rafah
  181. Tunisia: Legislative Elections - 795 Lists Filed Till Friday At Midday
  182. Gambia: In Solidarity With Jailed Al Jazeera Journalists
  183. Senegal: Health Minister Confirms First Ebola Case
  184. Cameroon: Military Takes Back Land Seized by Boko Haram
  185. West Africa: Ebola Vaccine Study Fast-Tracked
  186. Mali: Northern Mali Residents Facing Food Crisis
  187. Senegal: Senegal Confirms First Ebola Case
  188. Sudan: Female Activists Arrested Calling for Release of Opposition Figure
  189. Rwanda: Increasing Arrests and Disappearances Rattle Rwandans
  190. Sudan: Security Detains Women Protesters in Omdurman
  191. Kenya: Kenya Passes Law to Step Up Fight Against Human Trafficking
  192. Kenya: Ship With Sh1 Billion Heroin Haul Blown Up Off Kenyan Coast
  193. South Africa: Constitutional Crisis - of What and for Whom?
  194. Mozambique: 'Public Policies Do Not Ensure Social Justice'
  195. South Africa: Judge Dismisses Apartheid Case Against U.S. Companies
  196. Mozambique: War in Mozambique - Ceasefire Agreement Signed
  197. Zimbabwe: Transform Deals Into Real Projects
  198. South Africa: At 22, Johannesburg Lawmaker Stands up for the Poor
  199. South Africa: Khayelitsha Commission - Rift Between Police and Community 'Not Irretri
  200. Angola: Angola Repatriation - Antonio Returns Home After 40 Years in DR Congo
  201. SA’s landless blacks: Why does the impasse continue?
  202. What do the Americans know about the Ebola outbreak?
  203. Editorial Comment: It’s now time for action, Comrades
  204. Youths were told who to vote for – Gomwe
  205. When love, and marriage, go to the dogs
  206. Cde Nyagumbo fought from prison
  207. Be vigilant, SK urges ZRP
  208. MDC-T on frantic begging spree
  209. In trouble over nudity
  210. Govt clears air on Ebola
  211. 7 Inspiring Rags To Riches Stories Of Entrepreneurs
  212. China’s Designs On Africa In Dispute
  213. Video Shows Police Shot John Crawford ‘On Sight’ As He Leaned On Toy Gun In Walmart
  214. Clamping Down On Opposition: South African Defense Minister Labels EFF A National Sec
  215. Listen: Audio Recording Allegedly Captures Moment Michael Brown Was Shot
  216. 5 Reasons To Suspect Jesus Never Existed
  217. Is The Hatred For Trade Schools Really Class Warfare? Are Black Students The Real Tar
  218. Libya: Fighting 'Unprecedented in Gravity,' Warns Outgoing UN Envoy
  219. Egypt: Using Crossing for First Time in 7 Years, UN Brings Food Aid to Gaza
  220. Libya: U.N Warned of Possible Civil War
  221. Egypt: Nile Basin Tension Mounts As Waters Decline
  222. Libya: French President Urges 'Exceptional' UN Support for Libya
  223. Liberia: People Power Is Changing Ebola Narrative
  224. Nigeria: President Slams Ebola Stigmatisation of Nigerians
  225. Liberia: CDC Boss Bemoans Liberia - 'Worst Ever Ebola Outbreak'
  226. Liberia: UNMIL - No Sign of Ebola Reduction, Cites Slow Liberia's Response
  227. Liberia: WHO Opposes Ebola Travel Bans
  228. East Africa: Region's Missed Opportunity for Action On South Sudan
  229. Africa: African Court Immunity for Sitting Leaders Condemned
  230. Burundi: Blood Woes in Burundi
  231. Tanzania: New Law to Shield Whistleblowers
  232. Uganda: HIV Prevention Act Angers Ugandan Aids Activists
  233. Namibia: Shooting During Protest Leaves One Dead
  234. Zambia: President Sata to Open Parliament Amid Health Concerns
  235. Malawi: Ministers' Bid for Hefty Pay Increases Blocked
  236. South Africa: Zuma 'Spy Tape' Appeal Dismissed by Court
  237. Africa: Will 74,400 Women Be Raped This August in South Africa?
  238. Swaziland: Continuing Clamp Down On Free Speech in Swaziland
  239. South Africa: Jaguar F-Type Coupé V6 S - Leaping Forward
  240. South Africa: Angy Peter Trial - Judge Wants Police to Explain Mistakes
  241. 21-day quarantine for Ebola suspects
  242. FBCH/Turnall marriage ends
  243. ‘Give them AFCON 2017
  244. Emulate First family, farmers urged
  245. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-PF gag order ill-advised
  246. Zimplow signs $10m facilities
  247. Zanu-PF Youths to brief President
  248. Dube loses PSMAS salary arrears case
  249. The media and parliamentary accountability
  250. The Herald maintains dominance