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  1. Disturbing Study Proves That Cops View Black Children Differently
  2. East Africa to Accept Regional Currencies
  3. Nigerian Oil Company To Raise $400-Million For African Expansion
  4. Egyptian Economy Worst Than Previously Thought
  5. Afro-Germans Call On Germany To Apologize Namibian Genocide
  6. ExxonMobil Seeks Settlement In $800 Million Chad Tax Dispute
  7. VIDEO: South African Police Captured Beating Nigerian Man Apartheid-Style
  8. Libya: PM Sacked Over Oil Tanker 'Escape'
  9. Africa: Accra, Cairo, Joburg, Nairobi In Top 10 Tweeters
  10. North Africa: Maghreb Jihadists Killed in Mali Airstrike
  11. Africa: Sea Swallows the Stories of Africans Drowned At Ceuta
  12. Egypt: Update - Death Toll in Suez Road Crash Rises Up to 22
  13. Burkina Faso: Gains and Losses as Nation Fights Child Hunger
  14. Nigeria: The Fight Against Boko Haram - How Can France Help?
  15. Sudan: Troops Shoot Protesting Darfur Students
  16. Congo-Kinshasa: Anti-Gay Law for Congo Now?
  17. Uganda: Activists Challenge Anti-Gay Law
  18. Somalia: Army Firing Squad Executes Soldiers
  19. South Africa: Pistorius Fired Guns in Public - Witness
  20. Southern Africa: Gender Parity Challenge to Polls
  21. Africa: Rwanda and South Africa Should Not Sever Relations Over Assassination Row
  22. South Africa: Equality At the Heart of Struggle to Decriminalise Marijuana
  23. Malawi: Beefing Up Business in Malawi
  24. South Africa: Justice Breakdown Blamed for Rising Mob Justice
  25. South Africa: Increased Drownings, Rescues Country-Wide Due to Floods
  26. Prophet Angel sues SuperSport for US$1,5m
  27. Satchel gives away robber
  28. Bvute sues Newsday
  29. Man gets life sentence for murdering, raping employer
  30. MDC-T violence spreads to Mash Central
  31. ZEC to hold post-election conference
  32. Chikwinya faces contempt of Parliament charge
  33. Harare City hands over Airport Road project to Zinara
  34. Unki Mine donates blankets, fuel
  35. Tokwe-Mukosi relocation exercise complete
  36. Nairobi Emerges As Africa’s Most Expensive City
  37. The Business Face Of Facebook
  38. Addis Ababa Looks Like A Construction Site
  39. Venezuela: Classic Clash Between Right, Left
  40. Detroit Police Chief Backs Citizen Self-Defense: Homeowners Should Take Up Arms
  41. Detroit Police Officer Rapes Women Who Called 911 On Her Boyfriend
  42. Natural Hair Subscription Service Explodes With 5000% Increase In Sales
  43. Algeria: Presidential Race Sparks Firestorm
  44. Egypt: Trafficking in Sinai - 'It's Not a Place You Go to Die, but a Place You Go to
  45. Libya: Saadi Kadhafi Faces Libya Justice
  46. Libya: Standoff Over North Korean Oil Tanker Intensifies
  47. Egypt: Cairo in UN Discusses Promoting and Protecting Migrants' Human Rights
  48. Liberia: Millionaire Businessman Ready for Presidency
  49. Cote d'Ivoire: Sex Workers Attacked in Abidjan
  50. Liberia: NGOs Welcome Indictments of Govt Officials Attached to Illegal Logging Scand
  51. Burkina Faso: Govt Blocks Start Up of Africa's First Free Clitoral Repair
  52. West Africa: Border Trade Between Cameroon and Nigeria At a Standstill
  53. South Africa: Pretoria-Kigali Ties Plunge to New Low
  54. Uganda: What's Beneath Miniskirt Ban?
  55. Kenya: Governance Row Threatens Kenyan Devolution
  56. Uganda: MONUSCO ,Kinshasa to get Rid of Myriad Rebel Groups
  57. East Africa: Oil and Gas Boom Promises Riches, but Experts Fear Only Elites Will Bene
  58. South Africa: Pistorius Fired Expanding Bullet, Expert Says
  59. Malawi: Girls' Dreams Dashed by Marrying Too Young
  60. Mozambique: Fighting Goes On Despite Reforms
  61. South Africa: The ICT Policy Review - Where Is the Boldness of Vision?
  62. South Africa: Pistorius Cries During Description of Steenkamp Injuries
  63. South Africa: State Does Not Want Post Mortem to be Broadcast in Pistorius Trial
  64. South Africa: Cape Town Cops Granted Bail
  65. Cops launch manhunt for fraudster
  66. Komichi files opposition papers
  67. Cop’s pension garnished
  68. Chiyangwa loses US$48m in stands scam
  69. 125 displaced families get plots
  70. Makandiwa dares critics
  71. MDC-T leader congratulates Bona
  72. Zanu-PF slams Tsvangirai for dreaming
  73. Kereke’s appeal urgent, Supreme Court rules
  74. Churches must follow country’s laws: SK Moyo
  75. Europe’s Obsession With Africa’s Demography
  76. Stokely Carmichael, A Philosopher Behind The Black Power Movement
  77. Arab Gangs Threatening To Kill And Sell Organs Of African Migrants
  78. Nigeria Seeks To Conquer African Video Games Market
  79. Greek, Black And Proud: The Village In Greece With African Roots
  80. A Peek Into Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness
  81. Homosexuality As Collateral For ‘Dead Aid’
  82. Rwanda: Rwanda Expels Six South African Diplomats
  83. Libya: Navy to Block Tanker Exporting Oil
  84. Egypt: Sinai Bomb Workshop Destroyed
  85. Egypt: President Rectifies Election Law
  86. Libya: Govt Threatens Attack on Korean Oil Tanker
  87. Ethiopia: "We Never Glance At Egypt's Cheap Propaganda"
  88. Nigeria: Court Orders Finance Minister to Disclose Budget Details
  89. Nigeria: Gunmen Attack Govt House
  90. Nigeria: Troops Kill Over 200 Insurgents - Boko Haram
  91. Nigeria: Demo-Africa 2014 Set for Nigeria in September
  92. Nigeria: 50 Armed Men Invade Enugu Govt House - *police Foil Attack, Kill One, Arrest
  93. Sudan: Violence Breaks Out in Darfur
  94. Somalia: Heavy Fighting Erupts
  95. Sudan: High-Level Meeting 'To Return Order' to North Darfur
  96. South Sudan: Rivals Disagree On Talks Guidelines
  97. Uganda: President Museveni Denies Media Reports About Rt. Hon. Amama Mbabazi
  98. Zimbabwe: Tale of Desperation From Flooding Transit Camp
  99. Zimbabwe: You're Free to Leave, Tsvangirai Tells Rivals
  100. Malawi: Nation Debates on Presidential Running Mates
  101. Ethiopia: Dr. Tedros Meets the President of Angola
  102. Ethiopia: Dr. Tedros Held Discussions With Representatives of Ethiopian Community Mem
  103. Malawi: Govt to Audit Cash Flow of Councils and DHOS
  104. Malawi: Govt Condemns Negligence, Poor Performance in the Civil Service
  105. Malawi: Malawi On HLDC for Its Development
  106. ‘Walk the talk on gender equality’
  107. zanu-PF Midlands squabbles far from over
  108. Recapitalise GMB: Farmers
  109. Call for co-operation to fight terrorism
  110. Knives out for Biti as MDC-T rift widens
  111. US$400m deal for city roads rehab
  112. Dynamos sent packing
  113. Bev’s dull shop opening…as ‘Prophet’ Magaya, wife snub event
  114. ‘Mining can attract US$12bn FDI’
  115. Mukanya readies ‘Shabeen’ ahead of Mzansi gig
  116. Somalia: Cabinet Endorses New Tax System
  117. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Misled Over $50 Million Marange Pledge
  118. Egypt: Deadly Clashes Break Out
  119. Egypt: President Ratifies New Presidential Elections Law
  120. Egypt: Three Dead, 28 Wounded in Friday Clashes
  121. Egypt: Worker Wounded in Heliopolis Blast
  122. Niger: Govt in Positive Talks With French Nuclear Giant
  123. Rwanda: Pretoria, Kigali Expel Each Other's Diplomats
  124. Somalia: Govt, Ethiopian Forces Capture Strategic Town
  125. Somalia: 'Women Are the Backbone and Breadwinners of Somali Society' - President Hass
  126. Somalia: Ethiopian Troops Take Over Rabdhure and Face Waajid
  127. South Sudan: U.S. Concern About Escalation of Violence and Insecurity in Darfur
  128. Mozambique: Opposition Calls for Release of Political Prisoners
  129. Zimbabwe: Seven Perish in Shangani Road Accident
  130. Zimbabwe: 1 500 Cry Foul As Chiyangwa Repossesses Stoneridge Stands
  131. Zimbabwe: Bona, Simba - Royalty Meets Royalty
  132. Zimbabwe: Human Trafficking Bill Gazetted
  133. Zimbabwe: Ministers Fingered in Diamonds Scam
  134. Zimbabwe: SA Illegal Miners' Bodies Head Home
  135. Seven perish in Shangani road accident
  136. Libya: Government Institutions At Risk of Collapse - Human Rights Watch
  137. Egypt: Cabinet Approves Law Regulating Presidential Elections
  138. Egypt: Brotherhood Denounces Human Rights Council Report On Crackdown
  139. Libya: Libyan Actor Calls for End to Violence
  140. Tunisia: Tunisia Enlists Citizens to Catch Jihadists
  141. Nigeria: Navy Rescues Kidnapped Indians
  142. West Africa: African Union Acts on Sahel
  143. Nigeria: Nigeria, Africa's Growing Economic Powerhouse
  144. Gambia: Pakistani Int'l Judge Sworn-in As Gambia's New Chief Justice
  145. West Africa: Ecowas Engages Media to Reduce Proliferation of Light Weapons
  146. Rwanda: Kigali Expels South African Diplomats
  147. Kenya: Kenyatta, Cabinet to Take Pay Cut
  148. South Sudan: Refugees Face Food, Health Crisis
  149. Somalia: UN-Backed Initiative Enables Somalis to Harvest Food From Local Farmers
  150. South Sudan: Govt Intercepts UN Trucks Carrying Weapons
  151. South Africa: Pistorius Obsessed With Firearms - Witness
  152. Zimbabwe: Mangoma Supended
  153. South Africa: ISS Survey - MPs Too Absent, Too Often
  154. Mozambique: Can the New Kids On the Block Usher in a New Era of Politics?
  155. South Africa: Violence in Pregnancy and HIV in South Africa
  156. Malawi: Pressure Mounts to Release Names of 'Cashgate' Suspects
  157. South Africa: Witness Feared Pistorius Would Shoot Himself
  158. Pistorius told guard ‘everything is fine’ after shots heard
  159. Debt threatens gas exports to Ukraine
  160. AU unveils commission of inquiry on South Sudan
  161. Gold-plated car shines at Geneva Motor Show
  162. LatAm behind Venezuela’s Maduro
  163. Rwanda, SA in diplomatic spat
  164. Bona, Simba: Royalty meets royalty
  165. When Temba comes to town
  166. Editorial Comment: Graft: Deep surgery needed
  167. Dr Mbizvo answers critics
  168. UN Trucks Intercepted Trying To Smuggle Arms To Rebels In South Sudan
  169. South African President Blames Striking Mine Workers
  170. BBC Now Admits: Armed Nazis Led “Revolution” In Ukraine
  171. Ted Nugent – A White Supremacist; Not A Racist
  172. Did America’s Culture Of Racialized Violence Encourage Michael Dunn To Kill Jordan Da
  173. America’s New Servant Class
  174. Africa Rising: Reclamation And Growth
  175. Libya: Niger Extradites Gaddafi's Son
  176. Egypt: Did Nonviolence Fail in Egypt?
  177. Africa: International Women's Day - Violence Rises, Impunity Prevails
  178. Algeria: Election Looming, Algeria Hunts Down Terrorists
  179. Libya: Niger Extradites Gaddafi's Son to Libya
  180. Ghana: Political Unrest Grows
  181. Liberia: Resilience and Resolve – a Personal Story
  182. Mauritania: Nouakchott Protest Turns Deadly
  183. Sierra Leone: UN Moves From Peacebuilding to Development
  184. Sudan: Militia Attacks Displace More South Darfuris
  185. Tanzania: Govt Seeks World's Help to Stop Poaching
  186. Kenya: Matatus Seized, Drivers Held After Transit Strike
  187. South Sudan: Officials On 'Coup-Convincing' Tour
  188. Kenya: Install Solar Heating or Risk Jail, Kenya Tells Builders
  189. South Africa: Pistorius Witness Says Athlete 'Very Upset' After Shooting
  190. South Africa: Power Cuts Sweep Nation
  191. South Africa: Breakfast With Mamphela Ramphele
  192. Zimbabwe: Sweet Potatoes Replacing Maize Meal On Urban Plates
  193. Malawi: Trading Sex for Food and Money, Half of Girls Married By 18
  194. South Africa: South Africa Urged to Save Electricity
  195. South Africa: Pistorius Lawyer Challenges Witness
  196. South Africa: Stellar Witness List At Historic Pistorius Trial
  197. Parly moots probe team for ministers
  198. Hexco operations under investigation
  199. US$29m shot in arm for agric
  200. Govt to revisit 99-year leases
  201. Zim, Cuban agric ties poised for growth
  202. SA mine victims remembered
  203. Biti slams culture of violence in MDC-T
  204. Zifa chief under fire…as Mighty Warriors stand-off over bonuses drags on
  205. Powertel misses deadline…Fails to provide solution for prepaid tokens
  206. Normalcy returns to DeMbare
  207. The Battle Of Adwa Changed Ethiopia And The World
  208. Black Americans And The Roosevelt Era
  209. Welfare State Not Helping Black America
  210. A Conversation With A Jew About Black Economic Empowerment
  211. Are We On The Brink Of Another Cold War?
  212. Egypt: Analysis - Reconciliation Looks Remote in Egypt
  213. Egypt: Bomb Explosion in Upper Qena Leaves No Injuries
  214. Libya: Libya Blames Terrorists for Benghazi Assassinations
  215. Liberia: Robert Sirleaf Receives U.S.$2 Million for EPS?
  216. Egypt: Sisi - Any Person Who Loves His Country Cannot Turn His Back to His People
  217. Senegal: Dakar Reaches Out to Finance Big Development Plans
  218. Nigeria: U.S. Freezes Millions Stolen by Abacha in Largest Kleptocracy Action
  219. Nigeria: Jonathan Sacks Sports Minister - Swears in 11 New Ministers
  220. Guinea Bissau: Tension and Uncertainty Ahead of Polls
  221. Sierra Leone: UN to End Peacekeeping Mission
  222. Somalia: UN Extends Arms Embargo
  223. Kenya: Anti-Gay Groups in Campaign to 'Prevent Sodom'
  224. South Sudan: Fresh Fighting Hampers Help for Children - Unicef
  225. South Sudan: Shooting Erupts At Army Base in South Sudan Capital
  226. Central African Republic: Ignore Kony At Your Peril
  227. South Africa: Pistorius Fired a Gun in a Restaurant, Witness Says
  228. South Africa: Controversial Ad for Bets Over Pistorious Murder Trial to Be Probed
  229. Zimbabwe: Is the Embattled MDC Leader On the Way Out?
  230. South Africa: The Deafening Silence On the Lives and Deaths of the Zama Zama Miners
  231. South Africa: Pistorius's Lawyer Says Witnesses Biased
  232. South Africa: Defense Lawyer Emerges As Star in Pistorius Murder Trial
  233. Mozambique: Presidential Complex Cost 71.8 Million Dollars
  234. Zimbabwe: Dead Zimbabwean Miners Were Hiding From SA Police
  235. Strike violence worries Zuma
  236. West condemns MDC-T violence
  237. Bogus community share trusts emerge
  238. Zinara short-changes councils
  239. Civil servant unions subscriptions held
  240. Boy in fatal fall from slope
  241. U-turn to cost city millions
  242. Declare assets, Ministers dared
  243. No to abuse of Parly privileges: Speaker
  244. Repatriation of miners bodies from SA begins
  245. Egypt: 19 Demonstrators Released Over Case No.291 "Abdeen Administrative"
  246. Tunisia: Tunisia Reshuffles Governor Posts
  247. Libya: Protestors Attack Libyan Congress
  248. Morocco: King Mohammed VI Visits Guinea
  249. Egypt: Prosecutor Releases Dozens of Student Protesters
  250. Tunisia: Means to Strengthen Bilateral Relations Focus of Marzouki-Lavrov Talk