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  1. Turning Ethiopia Into The Next China
  2. Equatorial Guinea: The Wealthiest Unequal Nation In Africa
  3. Malema: We’re Bringing 50,000 To Johannesburg
  4. Growing CIA And Pentagon Involvement In Africa
  5. How A Baller Left His Children Broke Begging And Homeless
  6. Ma$e Says, “I’m Done With Church” — Working On A New Album
  7. Daniel Pantaleo: This Is The NYPD Officer Who Strangled Eric Garner
  8. Algeria: Plane Believed to Have Crashed in Mali
  9. Algeria: Crisis Team Set Up After Plane Disappears
  10. Algeria: Air Algerie Flight Goes Missing
  11. Libya: Tunisia Recalls Diplomats From Libya
  12. Tunisia: Tunisia Defies Terrorists Through Music
  13. Ghana: Thousands Protest Against Cost of Living
  14. Liberia: Man Sets Health Ministry Ablaze in 'Ebola Vengeance'
  15. Sierra Leone: Music Producer Attacked, Threatened for Songs On Corruption and Tribali
  16. Liberia: U.S.-Liberia Partnership 'Strong' Despite Visa Cancellation - Embassy
  17. Uganda: Student Forced Into Porn Now Under Threat
  18. Sudan: Woman, Arrested for Converting, Flies to Italy
  19. South Sudan: Rains and Lack of Toilets Threaten to Make Cholera Epidemic Even Deadlie
  20. South Sudan: Playing for Time in the Peace Process
  21. Ethiopia: Wildlife Protection Makes Economic and Climate Sense
  22. Zimbabwe: Police Summon Minister Over 'Baba Jukwa'
  23. South Africa: Arms Deal Cases 'Disappeared' - Cape Town Mayor
  24. Zimbabwe: One Year On Zanu-PF Consolidates Power, but Economy Remains in Dire Straits
  25. South Africa: Metalworkers' Union Wary of Wage Offer Amendment
  26. South Africa: No EFF Members Arrested - Police
  27. South Africa: Deputy President Makes Appeal on Anthem
  28. South Africa: Cape Town World Music Festival a Great Success
  29. Swaziland: Surviving Drug-Resistant TB: "I'm Still Over the Moon"
  30. VP Mujuru sets tourism policy in motion
  31. President launches $3m teacher capacitation plan
  32. Siamese twins still in hospital
  33. Mpofu appoints new Zinara, Airzim boards
  34. ‘Tsvangirai delusional’
  35. Zimra boss speaks on tax blitz
  36. Jukwa case: Prof Moyo questioned
  37. Chinamasa lowers GDP growth to 3,1pc
  38. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Citizenship Act needs realignment
  39. Twenty two all out. . . Zim cricket boss Chingoka steps down
  40. By 2030 Nigeria Could Have A Bigger GDP Than Most European Countries
  41. Screw You Africans Jacob Zuma Is Here To Defend Palestinians
  42. Whites (Not Blacks) Represent The Largest Group Of People Moving To Low Income Areas
  43. Back Into Slavery: West Africa Signs Economic Partnership Agreement With Europe
  44. Brazil’s Ongoing Agenda To Erase Its Black Population
  45. Obama On The Wrong Side Of History
  46. Woman Convicted of Apostasy Leaves Sudan
  47. Egypt: Kerry in Cairo to Push for Gaza Ceasefire
  48. Egypt: Two "Extremists" Killed and 15 Arrested in Sinai - Army
  49. Egypt: Israel/Gaza - How Does It End?
  50. Egypt: Kerry Discusses Gaza With Arab League, Egyptian Officials
  51. Morocco: Adala UK Urges Morocco to Stop Detention, Maltreatment and Torture of Young
  52. Africa: U.S.-Africa Summit Must Listen to Voices of the People
  53. Nigeria: As Govt Loses Ground in North-East, a 15-Point Plan for Nigeria
  54. Nigeria: A Hundred Days Later and the Chibok Girls Are Still Not Free
  55. Gambia: Still Moving On
  56. Ghana: World Bank Loan to Subsidize School Project
  57. Somalia: Somali Lawmaker Killed in Mogadishu
  58. Kenya: Reviving 'Return to School' Policy May End Teenage Mums' Poverty, Ignorance
  59. Kenya: Cord Unveils Team to Craft Referendum Question
  60. Kenya: Kenya Military Twitter Accounts 'Captured' Again
  61. South Africa: Govt Unveils Lifelong ARVs for Pregnant Women
  62. Africa: Will the Brics Bank Be a Game Changer?
  63. Zambia: Chiefs Back Repeal of 'Degrading' Widow Inheritance Law - Study
  64. Swaziland: Judge Restricts Press Freedom
  65. Zimbabwe: Sex-for-Food Scheme Expose Children to STIs
  66. South Africa: Inside the Lwandle Hearings
  67. South Africa: Metalworkers' Union Condemns Employer Body's 'Hasty' Wage Decision
  68. Mpofu defends Masimirembwa
  69. Tsvangirai changes UK programme
  70. Minister Moyo urges Zim to learn from Chinese media
  71. Solidarity march for Palestine
  72. Parly nullifies cellphone, bank laws
  73. President to launch teacher programme
  74. Govt eyes $25m Zupco bus deal
  75. UN probes Israeli war crimes in Gaza
  76. Mudede clears air on ‘ID passports’
  77. Amai Mugabe turns 49
  78. One Hundred Days Later And The Chibok Girls Are Still Not Free
  79. Ethiopia Still Needs A ‘Strong Hand’
  80. Detroit Water Shut-Offs Spark War Of Words
  81. NYPD Already Lying About Strangling Eric Garner To Death
  82. Ttdc
  83. Nigeria: Dora Akunyili - Taking on the Fake Drugs Trade
  84. Kidnapped Schoolgirls: Boko Haram Murders Parents
  85. ‘Strikes May Be Start Of Worker Revolution’ In South Africa
  86. Ku Klux Klan Willing To Work With Blacks To Fight Illegal Immigration?
  87. Feeling “Invisible,” Black Residents Flee Austin
  88. The ‘Smokescreen’ Of Charity: How The Global Financial Elite Pillage Africa
  89. French President Heads To Africa As Relations Turn “Traditional”
  90. NYC Gives Green Light For Buildings With Separate Door For Poor Residents
  91. Libya: Armed Militias Kill Filipino for Being Non-Muslim
  92. Tunisia: Jebel Chaambi Slaughter Spurs Tunisia to Action
  93. Libya: Bloody Ramadan in Benghazi
  94. Egypt: 'Shura Council Incidents' Case Adjourned
  95. Egypt: Egypt Shifts Time Again On Thursday
  96. Nigeria: Jonathan Meets Chibok Parents, Escaped Girls
  97. Cote d'Ivoire: Avoiding Victors' Justice
  98. Liberia: Red Cross Condemns Ebola Vaccine Claims
  99. Africa: Child Marriage - 20 Most Affected Countries
  100. Nigeria: Chibok Parents, Escaped Girls Arrive for Meeting with President
  101. Tanzania: Govt Aims to Build Megacity That Works
  102. Africa: Hunger and Suffering Worsen As Conflicts Rage in Sudans
  103. South Sudan: Govt Draws Up 'War Budget', but Oil Production Targets Unlikely to Be Re
  104. Uganda: Rebels Delegation Not Received at Kampala's Entebbe Airport
  105. South Sudan: Rebels Violate Ceasefire
  106. South Africa: Zuma to Send Delegation to Israel Over Gaza Invasion
  107. South Africa: Economic Freedom Fighters Storm Legislature
  108. Zimbabwe: Defamation No Longer Criminal
  109. Swaziland: What Convicted Journalists Wrote
  110. Zimbabwe: U.S. Dismisses State Reports of Plans to Block Aid
  111. Africa: Does Anybody Remember Aids?
  112. South Africa: Family in Dilemma Over Malaysia Plane Pilot
  113. South Africa: Govt Probe Citrus Black Spot
  114. Nine firms sue Diamond Centre
  115. Matambanadzo in more trouble
  116. Son in court for selling mum’s stand
  117. Hubby, wife use separate bedrooms
  118. Over 9 000 rustlers arrested
  119. Municipal cop abuses ex-lover
  120. Bogus prophet demands 50 beasts
  121. Wife hires thugs to loot matrimonial property
  122. ‘Follow right channels for vacant VP post’
  123. 3 000 ‘prodigal’ teachers in limbo
  124. Tunisia: Head of Govt Issues a Decision to Close Satellite Channels and Social Networ
  125. Egypt: Mahinour Al-Masry's Sentence Reduced
  126. Egypt: Egypt - Draft Law On Associations Risks Bringing the Country Back to the Freed
  127. Tunisia: Head of State Prosecutes Whoever Makes Statement Offends State Institutions
  128. Egypt: U.S Secretary of State John Kerry to Visit Egypt
  129. Nigeria: Outrage After Govt Wants U.S.$1bn Loan to Fight Boko Haram
  130. Ghana: U.S. Embassy Tweet to President Sparks Diplomatic Incident
  131. Mali: Is Cantonment the Key to Success in Negotiations?
  132. Nigeria: Biafra and Boko Haram - Different Conflicts, Common Themes
  133. West Africa: FAO Warns of Fruit Bat Risk in Ebola Epidemic
  134. South Sudan: President Kiir Accuses Ex-VP of Corruption
  135. Kenya: Coffee Insurance Cuts Bitterness of Extreme Weather for Farmers
  136. Ethiopia: Girl Was Married At 10 to 'Protect Her' From Rape
  137. Sudan: Family of Sudan's Apostasy Woman Files a Lawsuit to Annul Her Marriage
  138. Kenya: Dusk-to-Dawn Curfew Issued in Lamu
  139. Africa: Brics Summits Make Little Progress On Science Cooperation
  140. South Africa: Mystery Marikana Witness Feels Insulted
  141. South Africa: A Suggestion for How Unions Can Help Alleviate Household Debt
  142. South Africa: Do a Third of South Africans Really Suffer From Mental Illnesses?
  143. South Africa: Khayelitsha Youths Punching Above Their Weight
  144. South Africa: Court Orders Treatment for Gravely Ill Somali Girl
  145. Zimbabwe: Economy on Recovery Path, Says President
  146. Africa: People Living With HIV Lead Response to Discrimination
  147. Chinamasa blames dollarisation
  148. US, EU condemned over Gaza
  149. Be wary of Western tricks, says Sekeramayi
  150. 3 arrested in US$3m CMED scam
  151. Council employees lack expertise, report reveals
  152. ‘Western aid a deception’
  153. City blitz blasted
  154. Pasi’s ‘niece’ cons man $40 000, car
  155. AS BAD AS IT CAN GET . . . Torn Ascot nets make a mockery of the PSL
  156. Zanu-PF dismisses MP Matambanadzo recall claims
  157. How The Chinese Are Hurting African Economies
  158. Zimbabwe’s Revolution: The Hard Lessons
  159. Black-Owned Businesses Are Quietly Powering Detroit’s Resurgence, But No One’s Talkin
  160. U.S. Embassy Meddling In Ghana Politics Sparks Diplomatic Incident
  161. In Violent Weekend, At Least 40 People Shot In Chicago
  162. Israelis Gather On Hillsides To Watch And Cheer The Slaughter In Gaza
  163. Officer Who Murdered Eric Garner Should Be In Jail
  164. Rwanda: One Dead, Seven Rescued As Gakenke Mine Collapses
  165. Malawi: AMECEA Meeting to Scrutinize Homosexuality
  166. Libya: Islamists Renew Assault On Airport
  167. Egypt: Over Twenty Soldiers Killed at Check-Point
  168. Tunisia: Ramadan Prices Concern Tunisians
  169. Morocco: HM the King Visits, At Casablanca International Show, Exhibition of Solidari
  170. Egypt: Sisi, Abbas Affirm Importance of Ceasefire in Gaza
  171. Liberia: Changing Lives on Larger Scale is Goal of Senate Run â
  172. Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills Over a Hundred in Borno
  173. Nigeria: Boko Haram Takes Over Town
  174. Liberia: Taking Lead - Students, Youths Enter Ebola Fight
  175. West Africa: Ecowas Members Training to Fighting Trafficking in Persons
  176. South Sudan: Opposition Forces Claim Capture of Strategic Town
  177. Somalia: Gunmen Attack Market
  178. Kenya: Two Police Officers Killed After Gunmen Attack Lamu Bound Bus
  179. Tanzania: 17 Charged With Terrorism Offenses in Dar es Salaam Court
  180. Eritrea: President Inaugurates Bazaar Exhibition At 6th National Youth Festival in Sa
  181. Zimbabwe: Platinum Mine Collapses
  182. Mozambique: Coconut Disease Sweeps Across Nation
  183. Zimbabwe: Love Scandals - Tsvangirai Hits Back
  184. Zimbabwe: War Veterans Hold Key to Mugabe's Succession
  185. Zambia: Judiciary, RTSA Ink Fast Track Courts Deal
  186. Malawi: 'Malawi On Course of Eliminating Elephantiasis'
  187. Malawi: New Safe Motherhood Coordinator Pledges His Commitment
  188. Malawi: Lilongwe Vendors Await Evacuation After Talks With the Council On 24 July - M
  189. Israel kills over 400 in Gaza attacks
  190. 10 firms take Zimra to court
  191. Parly committee shortlists independent commissioners
  192. Economy on recovery path, says President
  193. Let’s end HIV by 2030 – UNAIDS
  194. Prince is the hero
  195. Miss Curvy dinner flops
  196. Raza blasts Zim to big win
  197. Patrons taunt Pistorious
  198. Barclays launches ‘Cashsend Craze Campaign’
  199. Egypt: Over a Dozen Soldiers Killed
  200. Tunisia: Terrorist Attack in Chaambi - 34 Suspects Arrested in Kasserine
  201. Egypt: Denmark Lifts Travel Ban On Cairo and Sharm Al-Sheikh
  202. Tunisia: Marzouki's Telephone Conversations With Arab Leaders for Holding Summit On G
  203. Egypt: Security Forces Abort Attempt to Blow Up Giza Railway
  204. Nigeria: Town Attack Leaves Many Dead
  205. Nigeria: Suspension of Football Federation Lifted
  206. Gabon: Immigrants Forced to Leave Gabon
  207. Nigeria: Corruption Worries Complicate Nigeria's U.S $1 Billion Request to Combat Bok
  208. Nigeria: Gunmen Believed to Be Boko Haram Militants Attack Town
  209. Somalia: Deadly Attack on Police Officers
  210. Kenya: At Least Five Killed in Bus Attack
  211. Somalia: Drought Hits Amid Skyrocketing Prices
  212. Kenya: Seven Killed in Bus Attack
  213. South Sudan: South Sudanese Rebels Slam China's Conflicting Roles
  214. South Africa: 67 Minutes in Memory of Nelson Mandela
  215. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Warns Zanu-PFs 'Young Turks'
  216. Malawi: Sex Initiation Puts Girls At Risk for HIV
  217. South Africa: Free State, North West Ready for SAB League Championship Showdown
  218. Botswana/Guinea Bissau: Zebras Stun Guinea Bissau in Afcon Qualifier
  219. Zimbabwe: President Hails History-Making Zim Surgeons
  220. Zambia: Dr Banda Reflects On Kazimu Sata's Accident
  221. Zimbabwe: Mine Collapse Cuts Zimplats Output By Half
  222. NBC Pulls Out Reporter Over Unbiased Gaza Coverage
  223. ‘Boom Time In Africa’ Says French Businessman
  224. Nigerians Reject $1bn Insurgency Loan
  225. “Paradigm Shift’ Boosts Congo Peace Prospects
  226. 4 Reasons the Detroit Water Shut-Offs Matter
  227. 2 Police Officers Tied To KKK In Florida
  228. MURDER: Staten Island Man Choked To Death By NYPD Cops
  229. Libya: Recent Turmoil Could Escalate, Threaten Fledgling Transition - UN Envoy
  230. Egypt: European Parliament Calls for Ban On Spy Technology Export to Egypt
  231. Libya: A Government in Name Alone
  232. Libya: Libya Violence Forces Airport Shut-Downs, Evacuation of United Nations Staff,
  233. Tunisia: State Dept. On Attack On Tunisian Soldiers
  234. Nigeria: Is the Niger Delta Region the 'Epicentre of Electoral Fraud'?
  235. West Africa: No Quick End in Sight for Ebola Epidemic in West Africa
  236. Cameroon: Suspected Boko Haram Militants Kidnap Cleric's Children
  237. Nigeria: Breaking - Several Feared Killed As Boko Haram Attacks Damboa, Borno
  238. Gambia: Towards Youth Empowerment
  239. Africa: "Paradigm Shift' Boosts Congo Peace Prospects
  240. Burundi: Opposition Must Participate in Politics
  241. South Sudan: Army Deserters Blamed As Fighting Rocks South Sudan State
  242. South Sudan: South Sudanese Rivals Clashes Leave Over 60 Dead in N. Bahr El Ghazal
  243. Kenya: Anglo Leasing Files Given to Switzerland
  244. Zimbabwe: Pay Dates for Civil Servants Not Guaranteed
  245. Zimbabwe: When in a Hole Stop Digging
  246. Zimbabwe: MDC Reunion Talks Collapse
  247. Zimbabwe: Zim Short of 1 500 Science, Maths Teachers
  248. Zimbabwe: I Pity Tsvangirai, Says President
  249. Zimbabwe: VP Mujuru Hails President's Influence
  250. Zimbabwe: Rethink Domestic Conflict Resolution