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  1. Nigeria: 25 Students in Coma After Inhaling Industrial Fumes
  2. Tunisia: Suicide Attacks Terrorise Tunisians
  3. Mali: North Mali Schools Off to a Hard Start
  4. West Africa: Leaders Promise to Combat Piracy Surge
  5. Cameroon: Getting Girls Into School
  6. Liberia: Europe Promises More Aid
  7. West Africa: What Does the Future Hold for Pastoralists in the Sahel?
  8. Somalia: Govt Forces, Gunmen Clash in Deadly Battle
  9. Kenya: Solar Mosquito Trap May Cut Malaria
  10. Kenya: Kenyatta Trial Postponed to 2014
  11. Somalia: Kenya Claims Airstrike On Al Shabaab Camp
  12. Madagascar: Proxy Runoff Looms in Presidential Vote
  13. Mozambique: Renamo Should Take Battle to Polls
  14. South Africa: Rapist Receives Two Life Sentences
  15. Swaziland: MPs Go on Knees to King
  16. Zimbabwe: Top Court Dismisses Mugabe 'Insult' Case
  17. Zimbabwe: Cyanide Kills Elephants, Ecosystem
  18. South Africa: A Look Behind the Statistics of Nation's Rape Epidemic
  19. Zimbabwe: Diamonds Set to Return to the European Market
  20. Mozambique: President Says He's Ready for Talks With Opposition
  21. . . . the shame of it
  22. Media now sober
  23. ‘China not re-colonising us’
  24. President caps 2 001 Nust students
  25. Bonus for civil servants
  26. Zim economy set to grow
  27. 5 more Zimbabweans wanted by Interpol
  28. Suspects shot dead
  29. Komichi ruling date set
  30. The Herald nominated
  31. U.S. Military Investing Heavily In Africa
  32. Zimbabwe, the Struggle Against Western Imperialism Continues
  33. Uganda Reviews Security After Uncovering Sudanese Spying Ring
  34. All Eyes On S. Sudan as Kenya, Uganda Push East Africa Mega Transport Project
  35. An African Manufacturer? Ethiopia Gears Up To Emulate China In Factory Output
  36. South Africa, DR Congo Sign Grand Inga Mega Dam Treaty
  37. Millions On Food Stamps Facing Benefits Cuts
  38. South Africa: (Mis)understanding Land Reform - an Issue Ripe for Political Plucking
  39. Algeria: Corpses of 87 Migrants Found in Sahara Desert Near Niger-Algeria Border
  40. Egypt: U.S. Calls On Egypt to End 'Political Detentions'
  41. Algeria: Govt to Allow French Judge to Pursue Tibhérine Monks Murder Inquiry
  42. Tunisia: Selection Committee Starts Re-Examining Candidacies
  43. Egypt: Twenty Students Arrested in Azhar Clashes - Local TV
  44. Cameroon: Shortage of ARVs Hits HIV/Aids Patients
  45. Liberia: Solar Collectors Could Light Up Rural Liberia
  46. Sierra Leone: President to Sign Freedom of Information Bill Into Law
  47. Cameroon: More Local Control May Help Climate Preparedness
  48. South Africa: New TB Technology May Be Ready for Clinics
  49. Madagascar: Election Looks Set for Second Round
  50. Uganda: East Africa's first national network of faith groups working to protect the e
  51. Africa: Victims' Right to Justice Must Take Priority At Talks Over ICC Trials On Keny
  52. South Africa: Cape Town in Lonely Planet's Top Three
  53. South Africa: Biogas Production On the Increase
  54. South Africa: Chronicles of Chic - After SA Fashion Week, a Real World Beckons
  55. South Africa: MPs Suggest Eastern Cape Health MEC Step Down
  56. South Africa: Cape Town XDR-TB Patient Leads International Campaign
  57. South Africa: Cricket - Five Questions After South Africa's Odi Win Against Pakistan
  58. Chinese envoy meets Prof Moyo
  59. Zanu-PF mobilising US$3m for conference
  60. Zambia pledges to deliver maize
  61. ‘Unfreeze nursing posts’
  62. Experts speak on fuel fire
  63. Women honour Chikukwa
  64. ‘Stop stands syndicate’
  65. Govt probes illegal stand allocations
  66. Incentives split unions, teachers
  67. Tanker explosion: Relatives wrangle over charred remains
  68. Was Mandela’s Hand Forced During the Apartheid Negotiations?
  69. Confronting the Divineness of Whiteness
  70. Congolese Army Drives M23 Militia From North Kivu and Virunga
  71. Ethiopia Unveils Telescope In First Phase Of Space Programme
  72. Ethiopia Signs US$4b Geothermal Deal
  73. Decades In Prison For American Couple Who Adopted Then Killed Ethiopian Girl
  74. Towards a $1 Trillion African Agribusiness Sector by 2030
  75. Kenya: Gay Rights Group Takes Registration Battle to Court
  76. Western Sahara: New Push for Talks on W. Sahara
  77. Egypt: Interim Govt Arrests Another Brotherhood Leader
  78. Tunisia: New Arrests of Jihadist Suspects
  79. Egypt: Helicopters Continue Searching for Egyptians Lost in Libyan Desert
  80. Tunisia: Cabinet Meeting Looks At Creation of 19 New Municipalities in 2014
  81. Cameroon: Refugees Cause Unease
  82. Cameroon: HIV Message Misses Pregnant Teens
  83. Nigeria: UN Calls for Plan on Refugees Fleeing North
  84. Sierra Leone: Calls for Release of Detained Journalists
  85. Liberia: Forbes Magazine, Philanthropists Hold Business Summit
  86. Congo-Kinshasa: M23 Rebel Leader in Uganda for Peace Talks
  87. Somalia: UN Urged to Boost African Forces
  88. East Africa: Caught Between Two Sudans
  89. South Sudan: Now Abyei Heads for Second Vote
  90. Kenya: Push Uhuru's ICC Case to 2014 - Bensouda
  91. Zimbabwe: Top Court Strikes Blow for Free Expression
  92. Zimbabwe: 22 Feared Dead in Ethanol Truck Crash
  93. Mozambique: Mozambique Army Overruns Second Rebel Base
  94. Botswana: Voter Registration Fails to Reach Target
  95. Africa: Costs Keep Cancer Drugs Out of Developing Countries
  96. South Africa: Govt, DRC Sign Grand Inga Project Treaty
  97. Swaziland: AU Wants Review of Swazi Constitution
  98. Zimbabwe: Women Dig Into Male-Dominated Small-Scale Mining Sector
  99. 45 die in bus inferno on Indian highway
  100. UN warns over millions of teenage mothers
  101. Record number of nations oppose US embargo of Cuba
  102. ‘SA makes strides in narrowing gender gap’
  103. ‘NSA stores data to target any citizen at any time’
  104. Five detained over Tian’anmen terrorist attack, say police
  105. Headlands tragedy: Widower speaks out
  106. Tsvangirai ditches more workers
  107. Govt challenges creative industry
  108. Samkange declared provincial hero
  109. The Richest People In Africa 2013
  110. Ethiopia Opens Africa’s Largest Windfarm
  111. NYPD Chief Ray Kelly Heckled Off Stage at Brown University Over Stop-and-Frisk Policy
  112. A Waste Of Time: Protesters Head for Barneys After Black Shoppers Claim Discriminatio
  113. Jesse Jackson Jr. Now Behind Bars
  114. Nevada Lawmaker Jim Wheeler Stirs Firestorm With Slavery Remark
  115. White Supremacists Sentenced Over Plot To Assassinate Nelson Mandela
  116. Egypt: Court Excuses Itself From Brotherhood Case
  117. Libya: Robbers Grab U.S. $54 Million
  118. Tunisia: List of Potential Premiers
  119. Egypt: Commission Recommends Stripping Mursi's Children of Citizenship
  120. Tunisia: Nation Begins Govt Overhaul
  121. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo Stays in Jail
  122. Africa: For GE, Africa's Infrastructural Needs Represent Business Opportunity - Jay I
  123. Liberia: Electricity Company Signs Contract for Hydro
  124. Cameroon: Girl-Child Education Efforts Limping
  125. Nigeria: Six Under Consideration to Replace Sanusi As CBN Governor
  126. East Africa: U.S. Boosts Drive to Catch Kony
  127. Somalia: Drone Kills Al Shabaab Members
  128. Madagascar: Two Claim Early Poll Lead
  129. Kenya: Soldiers Sacked, Jailed for Mall Looting
  130. Mozambique: Army Seizes New Base
  131. South Africa: The Country's Worst Place to be a Woman, Mother
  132. South Africa: Why Do Those With Full Bellies Determine Food Policy?
  133. Zimbabwe: Govt Takes Aim at 'Neglected Diseases'
  134. Central African Republic: The Kimberley Process Risks Becoming Irrelevant to Cogent C
  135. Africa: How Good Are Goodwill Ambassadors?
  136. South Africa: Reports of Prison Abuse Must Lead to Urgent Investigation
  137. Civil servants stall pay deal
  138. 58 feared dead in Mozambique
  139. Former governor Samkange dies
  140. Tsvangirai admits ouster bid
  141. Journalists welcome stance on defamation
  142. ZNCC urges Govt to prioritise viable companies
  143. New ARVs deal for Zim
  144. Hubby slits wife’s throat, commits suicide
  145. 131 graduate at Gwebi
  146. Call to cleanse RBZ
  147. Tunisia: Talks on New PM Begin
  148. Egypt: Rights Group Urges Europe to Consider Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Organizatio
  149. Egypt: Rights Group Deplores Interim President First 100 Days
  150. Libya: Tunisian Ambassador Denies Report of Bomb Attack on Embassy
  151. Egypt: Preparators of Church Massacre Arrested
  152. Africa: UBA Is Diversifying & Operating On One High Standard in 19 Countries - CEO
  153. Sierra Leone: Farmers in 'Life and Death' Battle With Climate Shifts - Study
  154. Liberia: Ellen Finally Signs U.S.$582 Million Budget Into Law
  155. Nigeria: Navy Intensifies Search for Kidnapped Americans
  156. Nigeria: Sylva's Aide Kidnapped in Bayelsa
  157. Somalia: Suspected U.S. Drone Strike Kills Militant
  158. Kenya: Police Free Gang-Rape Suspects After They 'Cut Grass' - Report
  159. Madagascar: Robinson in Early Poll Lead
  160. Congo-Kinshasa: M23 Rebels Kill Peacekeeper in New Battle
  161. Africa: In Africa, Does Prosperity Bring Peace? Lessons From Somalia to Mozambique
  162. Zimbabwe: Labour Unions Keep on Fighting
  163. South Africa: Ruling Party Stalwart Sexwale Arrested in U.S.
  164. Mozambique: Mozambique's Afonso Dhlakama - Anti-Communist Guerrilla and Frustrated Po
  165. South Africa: 'It Hurts When People Call Me Mad'
  166. South Africa: New Global Treaty Protects Domestic Workers
  167. South Africa: Time for President Zuma to Step Aside
  168. Namibia: Baby Miraculously Survives Abortion
  169. Chigova could scale heights of greatness
  170. Bosso can bounce back
  171. Jaure comes under fire
  172. Mighty Warriors final squad named
  173. Is booing players offside?
  174. Muripo dedicates gold to God
  175. Handball Federation postpone league debut
  176. ZOC welcomes Sevens at Olympics
  177. Sables trim squad to 29
  178. Mourinho fumes over fixtures
  179. Tunisia: Rise of Mysterious Radical Group
  180. Egypt: Islamists Claim Former Egyptian Officer Attempted to Kill Interior Minister Ib
  181. Egypt: Constitution to Regulate Torture and Discrimination
  182. Egypt: Court Charges 16 Mursi Supporters With October 6 Violence
  183. West Africa: A Plea for the Sahel
  184. Nigeria: Soldiers, Police Die in Attack on City
  185. Nigeria: Senate Environment Committee Laments Ogoniland Oil Spill
  186. West Africa: New Push to Transform Sahel Agriculture
  187. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Police
  188. Madagascar: Presidential Results Trickle in
  189. Somalia: Govt Shuts Radio Station
  190. Somalia: Militant Menace Lingers in Mogadishu
  191. Sudan: African Union Condemns Sudan Over Abyei
  192. Tanzania: Country Gets First Heart Surgeon
  193. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Reveals New Evidence on Poll Rigging
  194. Zimbabwe: Typhoid Outbreak Looms in Harare
  195. Malawi: Mzuzu-Nkhata Bay Road Reconstruction Works Start 2014
  196. Malawi: Kamanya Hails Ku Council for Constructing K43 Million Office Block
  197. Malawi: Female Musicians to Fight for 50 - 50 Representation in Musicians Association
  198. Zimbabwe: Renamo Could Spark Zim Economic Crisis
  199. Zimbabwe: Motor Action, Tripple B Relegated From PSL
  200. Zimbabwe: 'Too Early to Bring Back the Zimbabwe Dollar'
  201. Who will be crowned ‘Kings of the Ghetto’?
  202. Tuku slams ‘meaningless’ music
  203. Tevedzai’s Xmas present
  204. Will Kimye last the distance?
  205. David Beckham’s life story in pictures
  206. Melanie doesn’t regret leaving Universal
  207. Rapper rejects US$1,5m date with tycoon
  208. Why N.W.A. should be in Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame
  209. Reliving Kariba Dam’s construction
  210. Arnie takes fans down memory lane
  211. Egypt: Mursi Supporters Call for Million-Man March
  212. Morocco: 'Severe' Security Blockade Imposed On Occupied City of Dakhla
  213. Tunisia: Presidential Order to Create Military Operation Zone
  214. Tunisia: Consultations On Composition of Governmental Process Commission (abassi)
  215. Egypt: Govt to Curb Losses in Textiles Industry - Minister
  216. West Africa: Ecowas Moves to Economic Integration
  217. Nigeria: Boko Haram Attacks State Capital
  218. Nigeria: Obama Demands Safety of Kidnapped Americans
  219. Nigeria: Army Kills More Than 95 Insurgents
  220. Cameroon: Deadly Malaria Hits North Cameroon
  221. Sudan: UN, U.S. Issue Abyei Warning
  222. Madagascar: Ban Notes 'Generally Peaceful' Elections
  223. Kenya: Govt Fires Immigration Officers After Westgate
  224. Madagascar: Madagascar Votes in Bid to Revive Democracy
  225. Nigeria: 93 Military Medical Personnel for Darfur
  226. Malawi: Govt Moves to Deal with Corruption Scandal
  227. Mozambique: Renamo Attacks Bus On North-South Road
  228. Mozambique: Renamo Head of Mobilisation Dies
  229. Zimbabwe: Prison Break Was an Inside Job?
  230. Angola: Over Four Million Tourists Visit Angola
  231. Zimbabwe: Lawmakers Face Seating Shortage
  232. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Laments 'Depressing' Trade Stats
  233. Zimbabwe: Marriage Collapse Claim a Lie - Tsvangirai
  234. North Africa: Italians Rescue 800 Boat Migrants
  235. Tunisia: Govt Lists Conditions for Stepping Down
  236. Egypt: Govt Shortens Curfew
  237. Tunisia: After Suspension, Salvation Front Announces Participation in National Dialog
  238. Western Sahara: Occupied and Exploited - Taking Western Sahara's Resources
  239. Nigeria: Military Imposes 24-Hour Curfew On Yobe
  240. Guinea: Court Set to Certify Election Result
  241. West Africa: Search Continues for Americans Kidnapped By Pirates Off Nigeria
  242. Ghana: Ghanaians Train on Radio Telescopes
  243. Liberia: Britain Describes Taylor as 'High Risk Criminal'
  244. Kenya: Govt 'Won't Tolerate Refugees Planning Terror Attacks'
  245. Kenya: Kenyan Deputy President Must Attend Trial
  246. Uganda: Govt Demands Free Airtime
  247. Madagascar: Malagasy Voters Go to Polls in Make-or-Break Election
  248. Malawi: Corruption Fight Snatches Most Senior Official to Date
  249. South Africa: South Africans Enter Phone APP Marketplace, Slowly
  250. Malawi: Cashgate a Sin of Previous Regimes - Ministers