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  1. Nigeria: Crisis in CAR - FG to Evacuate 2000 Fleeing Nigerians
  2. Kenya: Three Senior Cops Sacked After Vetting
  3. Zimbabwe: No Need to Import Maize
  4. Africa: Teams Arrive for Soccer Tourney
  5. Egypt: Activist Alaa Abdel Fattah Receives One Year Suspended Sentence
  6. Nigeria: Premium Times Back Online After Cyber Attack
  7. South Africa: Tuface, Waje, Others Stir Mandela's Concert
  8. Nigeria: 10 Nigerian Artists Whose Albums Are Expected in 2014
  9. Liberia: Reject Violence for Sustainable Peace and Progress
  10. South Sudan: Direct Peace Talks Between South Sudan Rival Groups to Begin
  11. Sudan: Rebels Claim South Kordofan Victory
  12. South Sudan: African Union Welcomes Peace Talks
  13. Kenya: IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde to Visit Kenya
  14. South Sudan: South Sudan Ex-VP Backs Agreement to End Violence
  15. Zambia: Ruling Party MPs Consider Resigning
  16. Mozambique: Dissident Gunmen Spread Terror
  17. Zambia: PF Faces Tough Challenge in 2016 Elections - Deputy Secretary General
  18. Zimbabwe: HIV+ Friend Rapes Five-Year Old Daughter
  19. Zimbabwe: Zim Seeks London Bullion Market Return
  20. Zimbabwe: Examining ZSE's "Window Dressed" Rally
  21. Mudzuri hauls nephew to court
  22. State does away with hired deputy sheriffs
  23. Cop arrested for unlicensed firearm
  24. Baby (7 months) dies as parents trade blows
  25. Presidential guard beaten up
  26. Mayor proposes rebranding for Beatrice Road hospital
  27. City marshals to clamp vehicles
  28. Baby killed in hut fire
  29. Man hangs self over financial problems
  30. Fire destroys property in Mbare
  31. Helping Black Athletes Graduate From College
  32. 30,000 Africans Protest Israel’s Policy Of “Jailing All Africans”
  33. After Mandela: South Africa At Social And Political Crossroads
  34. Africa’s New Struggle Against Financial Imperialism
  35. Africa’s Growing Middle Class
  36. Egypt: Activists End Hunger Strike in Prison
  37. Tunisia: Quartet to Meet Interim and Designate PMs On Monday
  38. North Africa: Experts Fear Mounting Al-Qaida Resurgence
  39. Egypt: Brotherhood Supporters Clash With Security Forces At Azhar
  40. Nigeria: Govt Reshuffles Navy
  41. Nigeria: FG Charged On Security Pact With U.S, Israel
  42. South Sudan: Has South Sudan Passed the Tipping Point?
  43. South Sudan: Peace Talks Delayed
  44. Madagascar: New President Brings Hope of Economic Change
  45. South Africa: Exiles Panic After Murder of Rwandan General
  46. Tanzania: Tanzania Seizes Container of Elephant Tusks
  47. Zimbabwe: Bleak Economic Outlook
  48. South Sudan: South Sudan's Warring Sides Start Peace Negotiations
  49. Egypt: Mursi Defence Team Files Complaints Against Govt -Report
  50. Egypt: Halt Crackdown On Vocal Critics in Politically Motivated Trial
  51. Egypt: Death Toll in Friday's Clashes Rises to Four
  52. Egypt: Police Disperse Brotherhood Protest At Constitutional Court
  53. Tunisia: Date Set for the Adoption of Constitution
  54. West Africa: Livelihoods Weakened By Graft
  55. Sierra Leone: Hip-Hop Video Seeks to Help Female Victims of Wrongful Arrest
  56. Gambia: Bans Lifted On Two Media, but Much Still to Be Done
  57. Cameroon: Carbon Market Woes Blunt Prospects for Cameroon CDM Projects
  58. Nigeria: No Plan to Hike Petrol Price, Says FG
  59. Madagascar: Former Finance Minister Wins Disputed Ballot
  60. South Sudan: U.S. Withdraws More Embassy Personnel From South Sudan
  61. South Africa: Elite Unit Hunts for Killer of Former Rwanda Spy Boss
  62. Africa: Missing out on CHAN Leaves Kenyans Sour
  63. East Africa: Slow Start to South Sudan Peace Talks Amid Military Maneuvering
  64. Zimbabwe: With a Radio Ban, Mugabe Sharpens the Old Enemy's Weapon
  65. South Africa: Chief's Players Fail to Pitch for Chan Camp
  66. South Africa: DA Welcomes Overseas Registration Dates
  67. South Africa: Increased Police Numbers at 'Cocaine' Beaches
  68. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fumes Over Factionalism
  69. Zimbabwe: NCA Enters Electoral Fray
  70. Zimbabwe: Naïve Opposition, Clueless Zanu-PF
  71. Ex-minister wins presidential run-off
  72. 2013 deadliest for Iraq since 2008
  73. S. Korea remain cautious about DPRK’s calls for improved ties
  74. Violence in CAR displaces nearly 1 million — UN
  75. 19 killed in fresh Egypt clashes
  76. Senior cop Moyo laid to rest
  77. Poll amendments gazetted
  78. MDC-T backtracks on mayors
  79. Indicators for success
  80. Goodbye to hung Parliament
  81. ‘If Nigeria Falls To Islamic Extremists, All Of Africa Will Be At Risk’
  82. Ethiopia, Top Travel Destination For 2014 – Rough Guides
  83. Encounters With Two Extraordinary African Engineers
  84. The Great Migration Turned The Tide For Black Americans
  85. Actor James Avery, Star Of ‘The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air,’ Dies At 68
  86. New York City Judge Ready To Bring Back Slavery Laws
  87. Buy Black In The New Year
  88. Nigeria: Ijaw Music Maestro, Wife, Friend Die in Road Crash
  89. Rwanda: Rwanda Denies Killing Former Chief Spy in South Africa
  90. Kenya: The Scramble for Kibera Slum
  91. Uganda: Pornography Law - Editors to Face Seven Years in Jail
  92. Egypt: Mursi Faces Trial Over Prison Break
  93. Tunisia: Confusion Over Capture of Militia Leader
  94. Egypt: Two Killed in Alexandria
  95. Egypt: Cairo Blames Hamas, Brotherhood for Car Bomb
  96. Morocco: Morocco Social Policy Raises Questions
  97. Nigeria: Govt Proclaims Major Offensive
  98. Gambia: Two Media Houses to Resume Operations
  99. Africa: Keeping the Grass Greener for African Plant Breeders
  100. Mauritania: Mauritanians Defy Islamists, Celebrate New Year's
  101. Gambia: The New Year
  102. Rwanda: Ex-Spy Chief Murdered in South Africa
  103. Somalia: Al-Shabab Claims Hotel Bombings
  104. Kenya: Grenade Attack Wounds 10 in Kenya
  105. Somalia: Al Shabaab Claims Deadly Bombings
  106. Kenya: Security Heightened After Grenade Attack
  107. Malawi: Scandal Probe Could Impact Polls
  108. Zimbabwe: The Fear - New Book Tears Into Robert Mugabe
  109. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Confirms Wife Walkout
  110. Rwanda: Opposition Accuses Kigali of 'Assassination'
  111. Africa: We Must Continue the Long Walk - Ambassador
  112. Malawi: Tax On Second-Hand Vehicles Cuts Emissions, Government Says
  113. Rwanda: Opponent of Rwanda's Kagame Found Dead in South Africa
  114. CHAMPIONS LEAGUE . . . Chiefs flex their big muscles
  115. Open Letter to ZRP traffic boss
  116. Pasuwa believes in his men
  117. Dancehall gig hit by power cut
  118. Is this the end of Flower Power?
  119. ZPC makes headway on Hwange
  120. Washington behind Pyongyang crisis
  121. Meikles to save US$1 million
  122. Fish poacher attacks game ranger
  123. SA probes Rwanda’s ex-spy chief’s murder
  124. How The Homosexual Lobby Is Strangling African Countries
  125. Tips For Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur In 2014
  126. Six Ways Single Mothers Can Raise A Sorry Black Man
  127. Number Of Black-Owned TV Stations Plummets To Zero
  128. The Quest For Black America Economic Development
  129. Nelson Mandela, Cuba And The U.S. Terror List
  130. Lessons To Draw From The SPLM’s Internal Wrangles
  131. Egypt: Court Upholds Call for Vote On Constitutional Referendum
  132. Africa: Liverpool to Sign Mohamed Salah
  133. Nigeria: Plateau Ulama Urges Justice for Nazeef
  134. South Sudan: 'We Want Peace' but Kiir Must Go, Machar Says
  135. Somalia: Deadly Bomb Blasts Hit Mogadishu Hotel
  136. Uganda: South Sudan - Museveni Under Fire Over War Threat
  137. Zimbabwe: Ethanol Blending Cuts Fuel Import Bill By U.S.$20 Million
  138. Egypt: Doctors Begin Partial Strike
  139. Nigeria: Jonathan Sets Out Centenary Year Aims
  140. Africa: LG Heads to Launch a 980 Gram Laptop
  141. Nigeria: Jonathan Lists Achievements, Pledges to Make Nigeria Greater in 2014
  142. Cameroon: French Priest Held Hostage in Cameroon Arrives Home
  143. Nigeria: 'Focus On Integrity, Honesty... in the New Year - PDP Charges Nigerians
  144. South Sudan: Ceasefire Agreed, Talks Begin, But Fighting Continues
  145. Kenya: Kenyatta to Pursue Unity in 2014
  146. Madagascar: Trailing Election Candidate Alleges Fraud
  147. Tanzania: New Draft Constitution Unveiled
  148. Sudan: Khartoum Retakes Nuba Area
  149. Zambia: Kasama Fuel Shortage Hits Three Months
  150. Zambia: Plan for Demos On Constitution Gain Momentum
  151. Zambia: Miles Sampa Declares War With Zambian Watchdog
  152. Angola: Energy and Water Ministry Records Advances
  153. Angola: Tocoist Church Leader Lauds Head of State's Yearend Message
  154. Angola: Angola to Privilege Peaceful Solutions for Great Lakes Region
  155. Zimbabwe: Afrasia Close to Raising $20m Capital
  156. South Sudan: The Humanitarian Cost of South Sudan's Continuing Violence
  157. South Africa: The Media, Mandela's Legacy and Transformation
  158. Egypt: Govt Commits to Cooperate on Nile
  159. Libya: U.S. Denies Involvement in Capture of Militia Leader
  160. Egypt: Intensive Security Measures to Secure New Year Celebrations
  161. Tunisia: Towards Codifying Compromise Commission
  162. Egypt: Egyptian Rights Organizations Demand an Immediate Investigation Into Eavesdrop
  163. Sierra Leone: War Crimes Tribunal Closes
  164. Central African Republic: Cameroon Cracks Down On CAR Rebels
  165. Cameroon: French Priest Freed After Kidnapping
  166. West Africa: French Defence Minister in Africa's Sahel Region for Security Talks
  167. Nigeria: Top 10 Newsmakers in Lagos in 2013
  168. South Sudan: Ceasefire Agreed to in South Sudan
  169. South Sudan: Evidence Mounts of Extra-Judicial Killings, Rights Abuses, UN Reports
  170. South Sudan: Thousands Flee to South Sudan Town
  171. South Africa: Craft Brewers Share Their Secrets
  172. South Africa: 2014 New Year Message By President Jacob Zuma
  173. Mozambique: Renamo Reacts to Guebuza Speech, Eleven Days Late
  174. South Africa: Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn Confirms Representatives of Preside
  175. Mozambique: CHAN 2014 - the Selection of Mozambique
  176. South Africa: New Beers Flavored With Boer History
  177. Swaziland: 'Loyalty Oath Muzzles Public Servants'
  178. Ian chooses his men
  179. 51:49 rule applies to all – Nhema
  180. DRC security forces repel attacks
  181. Putin warns ‘terrorists’ face total destruction
  182. Good year for Zim golf
  183. Kereke refused to play ball in Gono probe, says ZACC
  184. Israel frees Palestinian prisoners
  185. ‘United’s hunger back’
  186. Relief as city restores water supplies
  187. South Sudan rebel leader ready for talks
  188. Ethiopia Workers Return From Saudi Arabia Telling Of Heinous Abuses
  189. 10 Things To Know About Africa Before 2014
  190. Ceasefire Agreed To In South Sudan
  191. A Carjacking In New Jersey: An Unexpected Clash Between Blacks And Jews
  192. NSA Intercepting Computers Bought Online To Install Spy Malware
  193. Kenya: East Africa’s Economic Powerhouse
  194. Judge Ends Katrina Flooding Lawsuits Against Feds
  195. Africa: South Africa Rhino Poaching Spikes in 2013
  196. Zimbabwe: Remembering Prince Tendai
  197. South Africa: Will Bloom Fade On South Africa Hops Revolution?
  198. Libya: Militia Leader Captured - Report
  199. Egypt: Cairo Court Sentences 138 People to Two Years for July Clashes
  200. Egypt: Bomb Explodes Near Military Offices in Egypt
  201. Libya: Assassinations Escalate in Benghazi
  202. Egypt: Egypt Bans Protests At Universities Without Govt. Approval
  203. Nigeria: Top Social Media Networks That May Dominate 2014
  204. Cameroon: Every Eucalyptus Felled Equals Gallons of Water
  205. Nigeria: Lagos Hospital Where Corpses Are Left to Rot
  206. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo's Party Seeks Further Postponement of National Population Censu
  207. Nigeria: Top 10 Entertainment Stories of 2013
  208. Ethiopia: Ethiopian Journalist Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Jail
  209. Africa: The Year That Was
  210. South Sudan: 25,000 South Sudanese Rebels Advance On Bor
  211. South Africa: Ugandan Leader Warns of Military Action Against Machar Rebels
  212. Kenya: Setback for Kenya's Special Court
  213. Zimbabwe: Harassed Jumbo Tramples Man to Death
  214. Southern Africa: Eventful Year for Southern Africa
  215. South Africa: Fitch Affirms SA's Ratings, With Stable Outlook
  216. Angola: Riot in Viana Jail Leaves Over Fifty Inmates Injured
  217. Mozambique: South African Drug Trafficker Arrested
  218. Mozambique: Dialogue With Renamo Runs Into the Sand
  219. Power outage hits city
  220. Holiday toll down 50pc
  221. Zim to align road rules with Sadc
  222. Poll petitions take centre stage
  223. Civil servants bank on Zanu-PF Govt
  224. Ups and downs mark 2013 health year
  225. Zanu-PF scoffs at Zwambila’s claims
  226. 4 MDC-T bigwigs gun for Tsvangirai’s post
  227. 800 firms meet January deadline
  228. Namibia making positive strides, says Pohamba
  229. Steve Biko: A Life Too Short
  230. Ani DiFranco Enrages Black Feminists After Announcing Retreat At Slave Plantation
  231. Teaching Black Girls To Be Proud Of Their Beauty
  232. Who Is Getting Paid For The Plunder Of Detroit?
  233. ‘Good Morning America’ Anchor Robin Roberts Acknowledges She’s A Lesbian
  234. ‘Shape Up Or Ship Out’ Zimbabwe Tells Foreign Diamond Mining Firms
  235. The Heirs Of Thomas Sankara’s Revolution
  236. Mali: Ex-President Faces Treason Trial
  237. Zimbabwe: Trust Bank to Be Liquidated
  238. Zimbabwe: Holiday Carnage Stands At 81
  239. Africa: Egypt One of Most Dangerous Countries for Journalists
  240. Tunisia: Progress on New Constitution
  241. Egypt: Nation in Turmoil After Brotherhood Banning
  242. Egypt: New Varsity Clashes
  243. Egypt: Saturday Clashes Leave One Dead, 29 Wounded
  244. Nigeria: Mikel Helps Chelsea Defeat Liverpool
  245. Nigeria: University to Make Igbo Language Compulsory
  246. Nigeria: Military Bombards Insurgents
  247. Liberia: 70% of Primary Schools Lack Toilets - Report
  248. Nigeria: Govt Seeks Cameroon Help on Insurgents
  249. South Sudan: UN Calls for Armed Youth to Pull Back
  250. Sudan: Peacekeepers Killed in Darfur