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  1. Egypt: Draft Law Threatens Independent Organizations
  2. Western Sahara: Ksentini Condemns Moroccan Foreign Minister's Remarks
  3. Algeria: Moroccan Minister's Insulting Remarks 'Abuse'
  4. Nigeria: Boko Haram Invades Borno Villages
  5. West Africa: France to Launch Sahel Military Operation
  6. Mali: Adversity in Northern Mali
  7. Ghana: Fuel Price Hike Hits Transport Fares
  8. Africa: Are Nigeria Electricity Tariffs Really Lowest?
  9. Somalia: Concerns Over Controversial Ruling On Refugees in Kenya
  10. Rwanda: Future of Rwanda's Orphans Still Uncertain
  11. Sudan: Parts of West Darfur's New Airport Collapse
  12. Somalia: Puntland Parliament Repeals Controversial Draft Media Law
  13. Ethiopia: Govt Arrests Opposition Leadership
  14. South Africa: Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer Dies at 90
  15. Mozambique: Renamo's Armed Activities - It's Time to Find a Solution
  16. Africa: WHO Recommends 'Preventative' ARVs
  17. South Africa: Former Police Minister Testifies at Marikana Commission
  18. Mozambique: Nyau - Pure and Mysterious African Culture
  19. South Africa: Resolution to Informal Settlement Evictions a 'Difficult Exercise', Gov
  20. South Africa: Minister to Explain SABC Chief to Parliament
  21. Zambia: VP Guy Scott Replaced - Report
  22. Zimra gets tough on Harare City
  23. Zesa abandons scratch cards plans
  24. All set for labour indaba
  25. Zanu-PF legislators trade blows
  26. Brig-Gen Bandama is national hero
  27. Gono accused of assaulting worker
  28. Man seeks assistance
  29. Villagers press Green Fuel to fulfil pledges
  30. Zim Diaspora remits $1,4 billion
  31. ‘THE REFEREE ABUSED US’, DeMbare skipper files police report after Harare Derby drama
  32. South Africa Takes No Action Over Ad Showing Africans As Dogs
  33. Video: Slave Trading Muslim Leader Of Boko Haram Mocks #BringBackOurGirls Campaign
  34. Libya: Rival Rebels Clash At Tripoli Airport
  35. Chicago Is Fed Up! Furious Protesters Call Obama ‘Worst President Ever’
  36. Black Women Need to Take Back the Hair Industry
  37. China Bemoans Its People’s Horrible Behavior In Africa
  38. Only 4 Black-Owned Companies Made Over $1Billion Last Year
  39. Tunisia: Radical Tunisian Islamist Party Warned Over Attacks
  40. Cameroon: EDF Gets Full Development Rights for Nachtigal Hydroelectric Project
  41. Nigeria: Troops Uncover More Weapons From Underground Armouries in Balmo Forest
  42. Nigeria: Gunmen Killed 160 Persons in Kaduna Villages - LG Chair
  43. Zimbabwe: Latest - Brig-Gen Bandama Dies
  44. Angola: Historian Defends Inclusion of History Since Earliest Times
  45. Zambia: Two Ex-Fra Officials Nabbed
  46. Malawi: Carlsberg Street Bash Heads to Lilongwe
  47. Malawi: MRA Advises Employers On Calculation of Fringe Benefits
  48. Libya: Rival Rebels Clash at Tripoli Airport
  49. Egypt: World Bank Approves U.S $300 Million Loan - Minister
  50. Tunisia: Tunisia and France Strive Together for Ceasefire in Gaza (presidency)
  51. Egypt: Press Syndicate Objects to State Interference in Media Law
  52. Africa: No African Player Listed As Fifa Unveils Nominees for Awards
  53. West Africa: Defying the Ebola Odds in Sierra Leone
  54. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Newspaper Boss in Kaduna
  55. Nigeria: Malala in Nigeria Calls On Boko Haram to Free Abducted School Girls
  56. Nigeria: Philips Strengthens Nigeria's Ambition to Improve Energy Efficiency
  57. Kenya: Mombasa Tycoon Killed
  58. Somalia: Soldiers Clash with Suspected Al-Shabaab Gunmen
  59. South Sudan: Upper Nile Hit By Cholera Outbreak
  60. Somalia: Kenya Shuts Border with Somalia Amid Security Worries
  61. Somalia: IJA Troops Targeted in Kismayo IED Blast
  62. Zimbabwe: Ruling Party U-Turns on White Farmers Eviction Vow
  63. Zambia: Kaloko's Pregnant 10-Yr-Old Relocated
  64. Zimbabwe: Zim Paying Dearly for Rushed Polls
  65. Zimbabwe: Biti Dismisses Malicious Health Murmurs
  66. Zimbabwe: NCA Party Files Toll Fee Hike Challenge
  67. Zimbabwe: Chiredzi Pulls Plug On Dodgy Land Deals
  68. Zimbabwe: Parents Bear Brunt of Rise in Unemployment
  69. Southern Africa: Single Visa System Gets Major Boost
  70. More condemn Morgan’s Rhodie talk
  71. MPs clash in Chisumbanje
  72. Mujuru speaks on leadership
  73. Knives out for Cuthbert Dube, Finds Maracana closer than Rufaro, Govt urged to emulat
  74. Houses for civil servants
  75. Top cleric swindled US$250k
  76. Woman seeks peace order against girlfriend
  77. Fake rhino horn lands man in trouble
  78. Pensioner refuses to cook
  79. Judge slashes rapist’s jail term
  80. Traitor: Morgan Tsvangirai’s Rhodesia Remarks Draws Fire
  81. Number Of Blacks Killed In Brazil Increases And Increases
  82. Woman Savagely Beaten By California Trooper Still Hospitalized
  83. South Africa Considers Parole For Apartheid Era Death Squad Leader Who Murdered Afric
  84. 13 Of South Africa’s Boldest Science Innovations
  85. Could Yookos Be Africa’s Next Facebook?
  86. South Africa: Eskom Net Profit Rises
  87. Egypt: Slashed Fuel Subsidies Stir Discontent
  88. Tunisia: Residents, Security Forces Clash
  89. Algeria: Algerian Presence At Bastille Day Parade Sparks Bitter Debate
  90. Nigeria: Police Uncover Plot to Bomb Abuja
  91. Nigeria: Troops Recover Weapons in Underground Armoury
  92. West Africa: Misconceptions Fuel Ebola Outbreak
  93. Nigeria: Nobel Laureate in Literature Wole Soyinka Turns 80
  94. Nigeria: Police Uncover Plot to Bomb Abuja Again
  95. Kenya: Gunmen Attack Coastal Village
  96. Congo-Kinshasa: DRC, Rwanda Ease Tensions Over Border Trade
  97. Kenya: UK Extends Travel Warning On Kenyan Coast
  98. Sudan: Tribal Leaders Sign Deal to End Bloody Fighting
  99. South Sudan: Number of Refugees Sharply Rising - UN
  100. Zambia: Court Dismisses Bid to Probe Sata's Health
  101. Africa: AU and SADC Dilemma Over U.S Mugabe Snub
  102. Zambia: Changala's Application for Sata's Medical Board Dismissed
  103. Zimbabwe: Four More Elephants Die of Cyanide Poisoning
  104. Malawi: Fish Redeem Vulnerable Souls in Rumphi - UNDP Impressed
  105. Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Strike Ends
  106. Zimbabwe: Nathaniel Manheru
  107. Malawi: Mangochi Town Council Swears in Local Government Representatives
  108. U.S. Donates Aircrafts To Slave Trading Mauritania
  109. 15 Wives, 128 Kids, Still Counting: Meet Zimbabwe’s Super Dad – I’m Replacing My Comr
  110. George Zimmerman Is Broke And Homeless
  111. Detroit Residents Clash With Company Disconnecting Water
  112. Tracy Morgan Leaves Rehab And Sues ‘Reckless And Wanton’ Walmart Over Crash
  113. The Silly End Of Racism
  114. Egypt: Mahlab Probes Amicable Settlement of Disputes With Investors
  115. Egypt: Palestinian Leadership Thanks Egypt for Opening Rafah Crossing
  116. Egypt: Sisi Calls for Unity to Achieve Egyptian People's Aspiration - Spokesman
  117. Egypt: Egypt Opens Rafah Crossing to Receive Injured Palestinians
  118. Egypt: Egypt Rejects "Irresponsible" Israeli Escalation in Palestine
  119. Cameroon: Cameroon Fans Betting On Germany
  120. Ghana: Shea Harvesting Good for Income, Bad for the Environment
  121. Liberia: Health Workers 'Abandon' Largest Hospital Over Ebola Fears
  122. Liberia: Nigeria Donates U.S.$500,000 to Fight Ebola
  123. West Africa: Ecowas Leaders Consider Adoption of Single Currency
  124. Tanzania: Govt Pledges Tough Action On Airport Bribes
  125. Kenya: Uhuru, Odinga Should Stop Holding Nation to Ransom Over Dialogue
  126. Congo-Kinshasa: DRC Refugees and the Limits of Durable Solutions
  127. Burundi: Fish Drying Method Changes Lives in Burundi
  128. Kenya: More Attacks in Lamu Despite Police Claims of Success
  129. Zambia: Opposition Awaiting Outcome of President Sata Health Court Case
  130. South Africa: SA Ruling Party Condemns Gaza Attacks
  131. Zimbabwe: 'Baba Jukwa' Back At the Sunday Mail
  132. Southern Africa: The Irony of Mugabe's SADC Elevation
  133. South Africa: Digital Broadcasting Consumer Guidelines Adopted
  134. Malawi: Army's Professionalism in Peace Missions Impresses U.S. Govt
  135. Zambia: Sata in Seclusion At State House - Report
  136. Zambia: Singer Petersen Defends 'Porn Star' Singer Bobby East
  137. Mzembi speaks on World Cup dream
  138. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time to document our history
  139. Zim: Complexities of a Long Colonialism
  140. 15 wives, 128 kids, still countingl Meet Zimbabwe’s own super dad l I’m replacing my
  141. Chitungwiza strike ends
  142. President launches information centre
  143. Zanu-PF election guidelines out
  144. ‘Mutsvangwa still in Central Committee’
  145. Tsvangirai Rhodesia remarks draw fire
  146. I’m still PSMAS boss, says Dube
  147. Black Entrepreneurs See Big Hurdles To Success
  148. Leaked Documents Shows Tanzania Being Plundered By Gas Firms
  149. Nigerian-Owned Oil Companies To Produce 500,000 bpd By 2018
  150. Family Of Woman Savagely Beaten By California Trooper Plans To Sue
  151. Secrets Of The Vatican – Corruption, Scandals And Child Molestation
  152. Left To Die: Africans In Israel Not Given Missile Safety Information
  153. The Congressional Black Caucus Has No Conscience
  154. Uganda: Emirates - Ugandan Journalist Sacked Over Critical Book
  155. Egypt: Online Registration System Hacked
  156. Libya: Latest Boat Tragedy Off Libya Coast Spotlights Rising Mediterranean Death Toll
  157. Tunisia: 'Tunisian Spring' Continues, but Challenges Remain
  158. Egypt: Enforced Disappearance of Ramadan Omar - When Will This Practice Disappear?
  159. Egypt: Egypt Declares Emergency State On Rafah Border With Gaza
  160. Liberia: U.S. Airlines Suspends Flight to Liberia
  161. Liberia: Health Workers Want Protective Gear to Fight Ebola
  162. Cameroon: Boko Haram Attacks Put a Stop to Aid Work in North Cameroon
  163. Liberia: What Was a Lawmaker Doing Among Rioters?
  164. Liberia: Supreme Court Lifts Justice Minister Suspension
  165. Burundi: The Uncertain Future of Peacebuilding
  166. Kenya: Govt Wins All Clear in Anti-Money Laundering Review
  167. Somalia: Diaspora Return a Major Benefit, but Still Dominated By Older Male Elite
  168. South Sudan: President Kiir Sets Conditions for Ugandan Military Withdrawal
  169. Uganda: State House - More Salary Queries Emerge
  170. Lesotho: Turbulence Ahead After Interparty Talks Crumble
  171. Angola: Navy Turns 38
  172. Zimbabwe: Women Venture Into Technological Innovation
  173. Zambia: Ruling Party Warned After Secrecy Over President's Health
  174. Swaziland: Anti-Social or Social Community? How Young People Use Social Media in Swaz
  175. South Africa: Statistically Speaking - Hashim Amla and Ab De Villiers
  176. South Africa: Analysis - What Can South Africa Learn From India's Response to Sexual
  177. South Africa: Comet Motsoaneng
  178. Good times roll for health sector• . . .President calls for unfreezing of posts • . .
  179. US$89m equipment boost for health sector
  180. ‘Going to court won’t stop toll hike’
  181. Enhance integration: Mujuru
  182. Govt regrets media industry polarisation
  183. Goche orders end to strike
  184. Councils owed US$500 million
  185. 8 000 tonnes sugar bootleg seized
  186. Minister ordered out of lodgings
  187. Luck runs out for bogus cops
  188. African Economic Outlook 2014
  189. Land Issue: Africa Must Not Compromise
  190. Zimbabwe In Medical Breakthrough: Conjoined Twins Separated
  191. ‘We Are Hiding Out With No Water’: Detroit Privatizers Deny People Their Right To Wat
  192. All Roads Lead To Africa
  193. Booming Black Businesses Fuel Brazil’s New Middle Class
  194. Protest Shows Anger, Frustration After Fatal Southwest Philadelphia Fire
  195. Egypt: ''Council of Ministers' Case Adjourned
  196. Egypt: Proposed Government Law Makes NGOs Subordinate to Security and Ministry Contro
  197. Egypt: Enforced Disappearance of Fouad Kandil - Another Step Back for Human Rights?
  198. Tunisia: Amend Draft Counterterrorism Law
  199. Egypt: Egypt Making Phone Calls to Protect Palestinian Civilians in Gaza
  200. Nigeria: Fifa Suspends Nigeria
  201. Nigeria: Human Rights Lawyer Bamidele Aturu Dies
  202. Liberia: 'You Ain't Know Ebola in Town?'
  203. Liberia: Sirleaf Instructs Minister to 'Save' Largest Hospital From Flooding
  204. Liberia: What Is Liberia Not Tackling Between Investors & Locals?
  205. Uganda: 'Piglet Protesters' Say Their Work Has Just Begun
  206. South Africa: Biometric Smart ID Cards - Dumb Idea
  207. Somalia: Security Heads Roll After Attack on Palace
  208. South Sudan: Huge Drop in Treatment Rates for People Living With HIV
  209. Somalia: Somali Presidential Palace Under Al Shabaab Militant Attack
  210. Zambia: Sata Expected to Make South Africa Medical Trip
  211. South Africa: Helping Child Sex Abuse Victims
  212. South Africa: Can Law Force Govt to Renew Zimbabwe Permits?
  213. Angola: Female Basketball Team Presented At Press Conference
  214. Southern Africa: Agriculture Development a Priority for SADC - 'Let Us Support Our Fa
  215. Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Collapses, Army to the Rescue
  216. South Africa: Women Eye IRB Sevens World Series Place
  217. Govt to descend on CDF looters
  218. Zimplats rapped over indigenisation
  219. VP Mujuru to open labour conference
  220. US thumbs nose at Africa over indaba
  221. Zanu-PF tables strict poll rules, guidelines
  222. Toll fees hike triggers lawsuit •Lawyers want increase set aside •Economic challenges
  223. Soul Jah Love booted out
  224. No gate charges hike
  225. Editorial Comment: Mining companies must play ball
  226. Trade deficit declines
  227. Egypt: A Dream Deferred
  228. Morocco: Court Applies Law Criminalizing Same-Sex Activities
  229. Algeria: The Youth - Disillusioned and Angry
  230. Africa: Latest Boat Tragedy Off Libya Adds to Rising Death Toll in Mediterranean
  231. Tunisia: An Analysis of the Draft Counterterrorism Law
  232. Cameroon: Govt Raises Salaries After Cutting Fuel Subsidies
  233. Liberia: Sirleaf Vows to Respond 'Decisively' to Protest
  234. Liberia: Weah's Party Gives Millionaire Businessman 7-Day Ultimatum
  235. Liberia: Ruling Party Members Complain of 'Abandonment'
  236. Liberia: Fugitive Indian CEO Quietly Extradited From Liberia
  237. Ethiopia: Seed Banks to Lay Famine Ghost to Rest
  238. Madagascar: Islands of Safety for Girls
  239. Tanzania: Govt Seeks Swiss Technical Help to Probe Assets as Foreign Bank Holdings So
  240. Ethiopia: Fears for Safety of Returned Opposition Leader
  241. East Africa: Free-Form Thinking On the State of the Region
  242. South Africa: Agang Leader Ramphele Leaves Politics
  243. Mozambique: Renamo Spokesperson Detained
  244. South Africa: On Strikes and Violence in South Africa
  245. Zimbabwe: Zim to Bid for World Cup
  246. Zimbabwe: I Was Wrong but I Won't Quit - Tsvangirai
  247. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Spends Weekend Partying in Malawi
  248. South Africa: Final Arguments in Pistorius Trial on August 7
  249. South Africa: Physics Institute Hosts 59th Annual Conference
  250. Govt agrees on labour draft legislation