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  1. Tunisia: Tunisia Enlists Citizens to Catch Jihadists
  2. Nigeria: Navy Rescues Kidnapped Indians
  3. West Africa: African Union Acts on Sahel
  4. Nigeria: Nigeria, Africa's Growing Economic Powerhouse
  5. Gambia: Pakistani Int'l Judge Sworn-in As Gambia's New Chief Justice
  6. West Africa: Ecowas Engages Media to Reduce Proliferation of Light Weapons
  7. Rwanda: Kigali Expels South African Diplomats
  8. Kenya: Kenyatta, Cabinet to Take Pay Cut
  9. South Sudan: Refugees Face Food, Health Crisis
  10. Somalia: UN-Backed Initiative Enables Somalis to Harvest Food From Local Farmers
  11. South Sudan: Govt Intercepts UN Trucks Carrying Weapons
  12. South Africa: Pistorius Obsessed With Firearms - Witness
  13. Zimbabwe: Mangoma Supended
  14. South Africa: ISS Survey - MPs Too Absent, Too Often
  15. Mozambique: Can the New Kids On the Block Usher in a New Era of Politics?
  16. South Africa: Violence in Pregnancy and HIV in South Africa
  17. Malawi: Pressure Mounts to Release Names of 'Cashgate' Suspects
  18. South Africa: Witness Feared Pistorius Would Shoot Himself
  19. Pistorius told guard ‘everything is fine’ after shots heard
  20. Debt threatens gas exports to Ukraine
  21. AU unveils commission of inquiry on South Sudan
  22. Gold-plated car shines at Geneva Motor Show
  23. LatAm behind Venezuela’s Maduro
  24. Rwanda, SA in diplomatic spat
  25. Bona, Simba: Royalty meets royalty
  26. When Temba comes to town
  27. Editorial Comment: Graft: Deep surgery needed
  28. Dr Mbizvo answers critics
  29. UN Trucks Intercepted Trying To Smuggle Arms To Rebels In South Sudan
  30. South African President Blames Striking Mine Workers
  31. BBC Now Admits: Armed Nazis Led “Revolution” In Ukraine
  32. Ted Nugent – A White Supremacist; Not A Racist
  33. Did America’s Culture Of Racialized Violence Encourage Michael Dunn To Kill Jordan Da
  34. America’s New Servant Class
  35. Africa Rising: Reclamation And Growth
  36. Libya: Niger Extradites Gaddafi's Son
  37. Egypt: Did Nonviolence Fail in Egypt?
  38. Africa: International Women's Day - Violence Rises, Impunity Prevails
  39. Algeria: Election Looming, Algeria Hunts Down Terrorists
  40. Libya: Niger Extradites Gaddafi's Son to Libya
  41. Ghana: Political Unrest Grows
  42. Liberia: Resilience and Resolve – a Personal Story
  43. Mauritania: Nouakchott Protest Turns Deadly
  44. Sierra Leone: UN Moves From Peacebuilding to Development
  45. Sudan: Militia Attacks Displace More South Darfuris
  46. Tanzania: Govt Seeks World's Help to Stop Poaching
  47. Kenya: Matatus Seized, Drivers Held After Transit Strike
  48. South Sudan: Officials On 'Coup-Convincing' Tour
  49. Kenya: Install Solar Heating or Risk Jail, Kenya Tells Builders
  50. South Africa: Pistorius Witness Says Athlete 'Very Upset' After Shooting
  51. South Africa: Power Cuts Sweep Nation
  52. South Africa: Breakfast With Mamphela Ramphele
  53. Zimbabwe: Sweet Potatoes Replacing Maize Meal On Urban Plates
  54. Malawi: Trading Sex for Food and Money, Half of Girls Married By 18
  55. South Africa: South Africa Urged to Save Electricity
  56. South Africa: Pistorius Lawyer Challenges Witness
  57. South Africa: Stellar Witness List At Historic Pistorius Trial
  58. Parly moots probe team for ministers
  59. Hexco operations under investigation
  60. US$29m shot in arm for agric
  61. Govt to revisit 99-year leases
  62. Zim, Cuban agric ties poised for growth
  63. SA mine victims remembered
  64. Biti slams culture of violence in MDC-T
  65. Zifa chief under fire…as Mighty Warriors stand-off over bonuses drags on
  66. Powertel misses deadline…Fails to provide solution for prepaid tokens
  67. Normalcy returns to DeMbare
  68. The Battle Of Adwa Changed Ethiopia And The World
  69. Black Americans And The Roosevelt Era
  70. Welfare State Not Helping Black America
  71. A Conversation With A Jew About Black Economic Empowerment
  72. Are We On The Brink Of Another Cold War?
  73. Egypt: Analysis - Reconciliation Looks Remote in Egypt
  74. Egypt: Bomb Explosion in Upper Qena Leaves No Injuries
  75. Libya: Libya Blames Terrorists for Benghazi Assassinations
  76. Liberia: Robert Sirleaf Receives U.S.$2 Million for EPS?
  77. Egypt: Sisi - Any Person Who Loves His Country Cannot Turn His Back to His People
  78. Senegal: Dakar Reaches Out to Finance Big Development Plans
  79. Nigeria: U.S. Freezes Millions Stolen by Abacha in Largest Kleptocracy Action
  80. Nigeria: Jonathan Sacks Sports Minister - Swears in 11 New Ministers
  81. Guinea Bissau: Tension and Uncertainty Ahead of Polls
  82. Sierra Leone: UN to End Peacekeeping Mission
  83. Somalia: UN Extends Arms Embargo
  84. Kenya: Anti-Gay Groups in Campaign to 'Prevent Sodom'
  85. South Sudan: Fresh Fighting Hampers Help for Children - Unicef
  86. South Sudan: Shooting Erupts At Army Base in South Sudan Capital
  87. Central African Republic: Ignore Kony At Your Peril
  88. South Africa: Pistorius Fired a Gun in a Restaurant, Witness Says
  89. South Africa: Controversial Ad for Bets Over Pistorious Murder Trial to Be Probed
  90. Zimbabwe: Is the Embattled MDC Leader On the Way Out?
  91. South Africa: The Deafening Silence On the Lives and Deaths of the Zama Zama Miners
  92. South Africa: Pistorius's Lawyer Says Witnesses Biased
  93. South Africa: Defense Lawyer Emerges As Star in Pistorius Murder Trial
  94. Mozambique: Presidential Complex Cost 71.8 Million Dollars
  95. Zimbabwe: Dead Zimbabwean Miners Were Hiding From SA Police
  96. Strike violence worries Zuma
  97. West condemns MDC-T violence
  98. Bogus community share trusts emerge
  99. Zinara short-changes councils
  100. Civil servant unions subscriptions held
  101. Boy in fatal fall from slope
  102. U-turn to cost city millions
  103. Declare assets, Ministers dared
  104. No to abuse of Parly privileges: Speaker
  105. Repatriation of miners bodies from SA begins
  106. Egypt: 19 Demonstrators Released Over Case No.291 "Abdeen Administrative"
  107. Tunisia: Tunisia Reshuffles Governor Posts
  108. Libya: Protestors Attack Libyan Congress
  109. Morocco: King Mohammed VI Visits Guinea
  110. Egypt: Prosecutor Releases Dozens of Student Protesters
  111. Tunisia: Means to Strengthen Bilateral Relations Focus of Marzouki-Lavrov Talk
  112. Liberia: Convincing the World 'Liberia Is Back' - Foreign Minister Ngafuan
  113. Mali: Mali Braces for Hunger
  114. Nigeria: Youths Stand Up to Boko Haram
  115. Nigeria: Analysing the President's Budget
  116. Niger: Under Chronic Stress, Farmers Are Losing Ground
  117. Uganda: Museveni Still the West's Man?
  118. South Sudan: Humanitarian Aid to CAR, South Sudan Woefully Underfunded
  119. Kenya: Ideological Battle Brewing in Mombasa Mosques
  120. Kenya: Despite Police Swoops, Few Somali Refugees in Camp Ready to Return Home
  121. Kenya: Can Kenya Tap Its Water to Double Its Maize?
  122. Mozambique: Refugees Flee to Malawi
  123. South Africa: Pistorius Witness Tells of Screams
  124. South Africa: Pistorius Trial Judge Notes Pitfalls of Media Attention
  125. South Africa: Sex Workers Demand Recognition and March to Parliament
  126. Swaziland: Dry Spell Upends Sunny Outlook On Food
  127. South Africa: What Tlakula's Alleged Conflict of Interest Means for the IEC and the E
  128. Southern Africa: Most Countries to Miss 2015 MDG Water and Sanitation Targets - Repor
  129. Angola: Isabel Dos Santos' Diamonds and Husband
  130. Harare water shortages persist
  131. Chiyangwa’s three farms’ acquisition above board
  132. Call to investigate Green Fuels
  133. Obscene salaries: Govt plugs holes
  134. Cindy drops sizzling video
  135. FUNDING CRISIS . . . DeMbare players boycott training
  136. Dynamos Officials Response
  137. EDITORIAL COMMENT: We cannot accept cultural imperialism
  138. Lawyer wants Kereke prosecuted
  139. Pension scam costs Govt $6m in one year
  140. How Africans View Chinese Business In Africa
  141. Uganda’s Sovereignty Vs. Western Aid
  142. Former Zimbabwean PM, Tsvangirai Scolded By His Western Puppet Masters
  143. Criminal Gangs Are Targeting African Immigrants For Extortion – British Police
  144. Accused Shooter Wanted To Kill A Cop: Source
  145. Zambia Pushing Back Against ‘Abusive’ Investors
  146. Top 5 Most Popular African Nations To Invest In And Why
  147. Nigeria: Fashola Laments Revenue Shortfall in Federation Account
  148. Nigeria: Shariah Appeal Court Saves Two Suspects From Amputation
  149. Nigeria: Dangote Endows Foundation With N200 Billion, Ranked 23rd Richest in the Worl
  150. Algeria: Bouteflika In Bid for 4th Term
  151. Libya: UN Condemns Attack on Parliament
  152. Egypt: New Cabinet Sworn in
  153. Libya: Govt Relocates Parliament After Attack
  154. West Africa: The Sahel - On the Brink?
  155. Nigeria: Good Governance Key to Ensuring Equality, Peaceful Coexistence, UN Expert Te
  156. Nigeria: Bloodshed Intensifies in Weekend Attacks
  157. Nigeria: APC Calls for Reno Omokri's Arrest, Cautions Presidency Not to Profit From B
  158. Liberia: U.S. Releases Damaging Report On Liberia
  159. South Sudan: Rebels Admit Killing Civilians
  160. Sudan: Khartoum Accuses Juba of Abyei Attack
  161. Kenya: Kenyans Celebrate Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar
  162. Uganda: Shoot Poachers On Sight - Museveni
  163. Kenya: Alliance High Star is 2013 Best Student
  164. South Africa: Scientists Explore HIV Vaccine
  165. Mozambique: Frelimo Chooses Relative Unknown for President
  166. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Facing Axe?
  167. South Africa: Pistorius Trial Sees Dramatic Testimony
  168. South Africa: Toward a More Resilient Energy System
  169. Southern Africa: SADC Must Engage Men for Gender Equality
  170. Southern Africa: Food Insecurity - The Silent Crisis
  171. South Africa: Pistorius Pleads Not Guilty
  172. US$1m monthly for PSMAS consultants
  173. Zimswitch, Steward Bank break impasse
  174. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Parliament must ratchet oversight role
  175. Row over khama
  176. Zimra climbs down on Kereke tax dues
  177. Sandy’s career puzzle
  178. Turkey investors keen on Zim
  179. Pistorius’ trial opens
  180. Sassou Nguesso to officially open ZITF
  181. Egyptian cops sentenced to 10 years for blogger death
  182. Non-Racial South Africa A Dream Further Than Ever
  183. Africa Meets Africa
  184. The Great China ‘Takeover’ Of Africa Is Greatly Exaggerated
  185. 10 Best Caribbean Resorts For The 1%
  186. Afro Latinos’ Mixed Identity Can Leave Them Out of the Mix
  187. Ukraine Is ‘Biggest Crisis In Europe’ This Century
  188. The Evolution Of White Supremacy – A Must Read
  189. Libya: Buffeted By Chaos, Libya Faces Energy, Budget Crunches
  190. Libya: Legislators Shot in Parliament Protest
  191. Egypt: New Cabinet Sworn in
  192. Libya: French Engineer Shot Dead in Libya, Hospital
  193. Egypt: New Mehlib Government Retains Defense Minister Sissi
  194. Nigeria: Scores Die in Maiduguri Bomb Blast
  195. Ethiopia: Letter From a Jailed Journalist
  196. Nigeria: Govt Seeks International Intelligence Cooperation Over Terrorism
  197. Nigeria: Death Toll Rises in Car Bombings
  198. Cote d'Ivoire: President Returns After Surgery in France
  199. Kenya: Lupita Nyong'o Wins Oscar
  200. Kenya: President Wishes Lupita Nyong'o Well on Oscar Night
  201. Tanzania: DR Congo Transit Cargo Increase At Dar Port
  202. Tanzania: Kenyan Clean Sweep at Kilimanjaro Marathon
  203. South Africa: Pistorius Murder Trial to Start
  204. Mozambique: Filipe Nyussi Elected Presidential Candidate
  205. Mozambique: Will Guebuza Get to Choose Frelimo's Presidential Candidate?
  206. Zimbabwe: Coup 'Plotter' Released, Says General Assassinated
  207. South Africa: South Africa Vs. Australia, Third Test - Five Talking Points, Day Two
  208. Zimbabwe: Fiddling While Nation Burns
  209. Southern Africa: Young Women Picking Up the Baton
  210. Presents, $ galore for Bona, Simba
  211. Power thefts cost Zesa US$10m
  212. President stands by Museveni
  213. Zimpapers hands over donations
  214. Lawyers back Parliament move against corruption
  215. ZPS struggles to ferry, feed prisoners
  216. Come back, Tsvangirai appeals to former allies
  217. Village heads engage in illegal land sales at Nuanetsi Ranch
  218. Mangoma attackers’ bail application continues
  219. MDC-T youths assault Zanu-PF supporter
  220. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Daughter Weds in a Lavish Ceremony
  221. Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Land Seizures Put Interfresh in Dire Straits
  222. Zimbabwe: Government Splurges On New Luxury Cars
  223. Egypt: Interior Ministry Defuses Bomb On Giza Ring Road
  224. Egypt: Major Cairo Squares Secured Ahead of Brotherhood Protests
  225. Egypt: One Killed, Two Injured in Alexandria Clashes - Medical Source
  226. Nigeria: Bomb Explosion Rocks Central Maiduguri
  227. Nigeria: Kidnappers Seize Jonathan's Uncle
  228. Zambia/Cote d'Ivoire: Cote d'Ivoire, Zambia Reach Final Lap
  229. Angola: Angola Acknowledges Nigeria's Role in Independence
  230. Nigeria: Activists Fear Wave of Homophobia
  231. Sudan: Thousands Displaced in Darfur Attacks
  232. South Sudan: U.S. to Withdraw Military Aid?
  233. Somalia: Pirates Attack Luxury Cruise Liner At Sea
  234. Somalia: Ethiopian Troops Reach Guriceel in Their Dozens
  235. Djibouti: Djibouti Wants to Reinforce Military Cooperation With China
  236. Zimbabwe: Gumbura Loses Freedom Bid
  237. Zimbabwe: Bona's Wedding - Mugabes' Finest Hour
  238. South Africa: Govt to Deport Illegal Foreign Businesspeople
  239. Zimbabwe: MDC-T On the Verge of Splitting
  240. Zimbabwe: Finally, Gorowa Exploded and Labelled Mashingaidze a Serial Liar
  241. Egypt: New Cabinet to Be Sworn In
  242. Libya: Benghazi Youths Protest Assassinations
  243. Egypt: Minister - Authorities Confirm Securing All Touristic Areas
  244. Western Sahara: Petition to Demand Extension of Minurso Mandate for Human Rights Moni
  245. Morocco: France Called to Positively Contribute in Facilitating Western Sahara Decolo
  246. Africa: A Look At Africa's Anti-Gay Laws
  247. Cameroon: Franco-Cameroonian Emerges From Jail After 17 Years
  248. Niger: Niger's Consciousness Awakening Over National Resources
  249. Nigeria: Questions and Answers on Boko Haram School Attack
  250. Liberia: U.S. Rights Report Cites 'Outdated Libel Laws, Corrupt Judiciary'