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  1. Medical aid societies, clients speak on tariff hike
  2. Govt on cyber security
  3. Woman sets up ‘abortion’ clinic
  4. Nigerian President Falls Ill In London
  5. Europe’s Rising Neo-Fascism, A Taste Of What’s To Come
  6. How A Vitamin D Test Misdiagnosed African-Americans
  7. Alabama Grants Posthumous Pardons to Scottsboro Boys After 80 Years
  8. White Supremacist Craig Cobb Charged with Terrorizing Neighbors with Rifle
  9. Western Sahara: Moroccan King Explores Ending Impasse
  10. Libya: Benghazi Security Chief Escapes Assassination Attempt
  11. Africa: Third African Arab Summit Wraps Up Works
  12. Libya: Libyan Bloggers Talk Security Solutions
  13. Morocco: King Receives U.S. Secretary of State, Defense
  14. Nigeria: Jonathan Falls Ill in London
  15. Ghana: Mahama Targets Corruption, High Salaries
  16. Africa: Senegal, Kenya Lead Africa's Internet Surge
  17. Central Africa: Top UN Envoy Calls for Action on CAR, Kony, Piracy
  18. Cameroon: CAR Envoy Appeals for Help in Cameroon
  19. Africa: Kenya Argues Its Case at The Hague
  20. Uganda: Rebel Leader Kony 'In Surrender Talks'
  21. Somalia: Alleged Rape Victim Arrested
  22. Uganda: Women Unable to Get Contraception, Dying From Unsafe Abortions
  23. Zimbabwe: MPs Want to Join Mugabe's Foreign Trips
  24. Botswana: Botswana Admits to Allowing Fracking After Documentary
  25. South Africa: Central Bank Holds Rates Steady
  26. South Africa: Probe Begins Into Building Collapse
  27. South Africa: Time to Demonstrate Solidarity With Joburg's Street Traders
  28. South Africa: Pullout From Investment Deals Offers Chance for Reform
  29. South Africa: Fifa Invalidate Bafana Bafana Win Over Spain
  30. Namibia: Forced Sterilisation Victim Protesters Snubbed
  31. Songani’s pain as D-Day looms
  32. CAR president in touch with Kony
  33. Border Timbers board taken to task
  34. 30 Day ultimatum for foreign shops
  35. Minister speaks on racial slurs
  36. Unsettled debts put farmers in limbo
  37. Cottco engages textile industry experts
  38. The art of eating
  39. Prosecutor General goes after Morgen Komichi
  40. Netanyahu Moscow visit on Iran falls flat
  41. International Criminal Court A Threat To East African Stability
  42. Pentagon to Expand its Kenya, Djibouti Military Bases
  43. Ethiopians Back From Saudi Recall Arab Attacks
  44. Africa Needs a Paradigm Shift
  45. iPhone 5s Fingerprint Scanner Intended for NSA Surveillance – Anonymous
  46. Witness Says Teen Tried to Surrender Before Being Shot by Police
  47. Justice Department Will Soon Announce Decision On Zimmerman
  48. Egypt: Roadside Bomb Kills Soldiers in Sinai
  49. Libya: Women Protest Against Militia Violence
  50. Tunisia: Tunisia Racks Up Militant Arrests
  51. Algeria/Burkina Faso: Fans Party as Algeria Reaches World Cup Finals
  52. Egypt: Army Spokesman - Booby-Trapped Verna Used in Sinai Attack
  53. Togo: Reforms Needed Before Next Polls
  54. Africa: Watchdog in Bid to Cut Flow of Blood Diamonds
  55. Senegal: Accused Lesbians in Senegal Freed for Lack of Evidence
  56. Nigeria: Nigerian Lawmakers Investigate Swiss Traders in Oil Scam
  57. Mali: When Hosts Go Without - How to Aid Refugee Camp Hosts
  58. Sudan: One Hundred Die in Darfur Clashes
  59. Chad: Child Smugglers Appeal Against Jail Terms
  60. Uganda: New Report - Unsafe Abortion and Inadequate Access to Contraception in Uganda
  61. Ethiopia: Suspicious Minds - Ethiopians Told to Keep an Eye Out for Al-Shabaab Activi
  62. Sudan: Desert Locusts Are Threatening Sudan
  63. Mozambique: Big Voter Turnout at Municipal Polls
  64. Zimbabwe: Group Warns of Cholera Outbreak
  65. South Africa: Rescuers Search for Survivors of Collapsed Building
  66. Africa: South Africans Loot More Migrants' Shops
  67. South Africa: No Planning Approval for Collapsed Mall
  68. Mozambique: Nation Votes Amid Tensions
  69. Mozambique: Former Heads of State Call On Renamo to Disarm
  70. Man offers US$10 maintenance
  71. Explosives land man in trouble
  72. Kombi drivers warned
  73. Respect employee rights: Muzenda
  74. Audit report on Chitungwiza, Seke almost ready
  75. Govt dispels cholera fears
  76. Prof Moyo tours Reuters
  77. 12 Air Force of Zimbabwe officers promoted
  78. President makes senior appointments
  79. Zim bids to host ACP-EU conference
  80. Ethiopia – Ancient, Booming But Undemocratic
  81. Hydraulic Fracking Begins in Botswana
  82. Armed Groups in Eastern Congo Ready to Disarm
  83. ANC Trying to Silence Me, Says Julius Malema
  84. Ethiopian and Egyptian Leaders Meet Over Nile Dispute
  85. Dangote Cement Earnings Soar 29% In Q3
  86. Nigeria’s Ecommerce Harbours Untapped $1.5 billion Annually: Report
  87. South Africa: Idols Review: Episode 27
  88. South Africa: Idols News: Sonke's Idols Journey
  89. Ghana/Egypt: Black Stars Head for Brazil
  90. Egypt: Mubarak Retrial Adjourned
  91. Egypt: Egypt Arrests Four in Cairo's Tahrir Square, 12 Injured
  92. Egypt: Armed Men in Cars Assassinated National Security Officer
  93. Libya: Troops Enter Tripoli, Misratans Exit
  94. Liberia: Court Orders FrontPage Africa Reopened
  95. Africa: Technology Meets Health and Spurs Invention
  96. Liberia: Court Dashes Disbanded AFL Soldiers' Hopes - As Concerned Widows of AFL Plan
  97. Nigeria: Nigeria Attracts N205 Billion Investment to Retail Sector in Two Years - Min
  98. Somalia: Puntland Accuses Europeans of Spying
  99. Kenya: Eleven-Year-Old's Invention Keeps Cattle Safe
  100. Kenya: New Technology Helps Small Farmers Attract 'Big' Business
  101. Kenya: Kenya Victims Relieved By Refusal to Postpone ICC Cases
  102. South Africa: Dozens Feared Trapped in Mall Collapse
  103. South Africa: Attacks On the Public Protector Threaten Constitutional Democracy
  104. Mozambique: Pre-Election Clashes Dampen Opposition Rally
  105. Botswana: Economy Yields Employment - Minister of Finance
  106. Botswana: Kedikilwe Urges Batswana to Compete
  107. South Africa: Brickz Denied Bail
  108. South Africa: Kwaito Star Lied - Magistrate
  109. South Africa: Black Diversity - Is Race Still Relevant in South Africa?
  110. Domestic violence cases surge
  111. Man steals US$500 000 fertiliser
  112. Pastor in US$85 000 fraud
  113. Police officer in trouble
  114. Child kidnappers nabbed
  115. Switch off errant broadcasters, Prof Moyo orders BAZ
  116. Accept defeat, MDC-T told
  117. President’s reputation must be protected
  118. Banks suggest SPV for land beneficiaries
  119. Homesteads unveiled for relocated villagers
  120. Western Countries Continue To Use Weapons Of Mass Destruction Against Africans
  121. Spinlet Has Turned the Needs of African Music Movers Into a Business
  122. Chinese Mobile Phone Company Tecno Explains Why it Only Does Business in Africa
  123. Police Spray Minivan Full of African-American Kids With Bullets
  124. George Zimmerman Charged With Felony
  125. Mother Accuses PA Cops of Beating Her Teen Son After Arrest
  126. Eleven-Year-Old’s Invention Keeps Livestock Safe
  127. Libya: Libyan Troops Deploy in Tripoli As Militias Withdraw
  128. Egypt: Show Trial Reveals Real Divisions
  129. Egypt/Ghana: Egypt and Ghana Set for Cairo Showdown
  130. Egypt/Ghana: Pharaohs Face Mission Impossible Against Black Stars
  131. Algeria/Burkina Faso: Last African World Cup Place Up for Grabs
  132. Ghana: Govt Urged to Re-Think Criminal Justice, Mental Health Practices
  133. Cameroon: Armed Men From CAR Attack Cameroon
  134. Ghana: Confusion in Parliament Over Tax Hike
  135. Cote d'Ivoire: Nation at Development Crossroad
  136. Mauritania: Police Arrest Rappers
  137. Somalia: The Forgotten Factor in the Fall and Fall of Piracy
  138. Ethiopia: Saudi Arabia Repatriates 2,540 Ethiopians
  139. Sudan: Air Force Bombs Towns in South Kordofan
  140. East Africa: Polio Drive Targets Millions
  141. Somalia: Political Dispute Turns Ethnic
  142. South Africa: Mandela 'Critical' As Museum Opens
  143. Botswana: Fracking Begins in Botswana
  144. South Africa: New 'Wonder' Hops Variety Has Breweries Hopping
  145. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Pressured to Boost Health Care
  146. Mozambique: Renamo Boycotts Dialogue With Government Again
  147. Mozambique: Election Campaign Ends Peacefully in Most Areas
  148. Africa: Ethiopia, Angola Double Number of Girls in School in 10 Years
  149. Mozambique: Riot Police Attack Opposition Rally
  150. Mnangagwa wins first round against Alpha Media
  151. Maize thief fatally assaulted
  152. Dad kills son, secretly buries him
  153. Missing man found dead
  154. Pastor Gumbura back in court for rape
  155. Brothers jailed for beating up sister
  156. Headmistress, 5 teachers arrested for leaking exam paper
  157. pupils nabbed for possessing exam paper
  158. Forget internal politics, focus on people’s livelihoods: Moyo
  159. Zanu-PF provincial polls called off
  160. George Zimmerman Arrested Again, Heading To Jail
  161. Zimbabwe’s Black Empowerment Minister Harassed, Detained In Nazi Germany
  162. Are We Witnessing A Power Shift In Africa’s Great Lakes Region?
  163. Ku Klux Klan Attempts Recruiting Drive in Black Neighborhood
  164. Are Black People Taught To Protect White People
  165. Huge Protest Against Dutch Christmas Tradition That Denigrates Black People
  166. Why Haitians are Taking to the Streets Against President Michel Martelly
  167. Rwanda: Diaspoman - When Things Become Meaty Indeed!
  168. Libya: Tripoli Goes on Strike After 43 Die
  169. Cameroon/Tunisia: Victory Sends Cameroon to the Finals
  170. Egypt: Students Stage Sit-in
  171. Morocco: Fifa Rejects Moroccan President Appointment
  172. Libya: Fighting Continues in Tripoli
  173. Senegal/Cote d'Ivoire: Ivorians Endure Senegal Scare to Go Through
  174. Liberia: Police Burn U.S $4 Million Worth of Marijuana
  175. Nigeria: 29 Islamists Killed in Two Raids
  176. Nigeria: Brazil 2014 - Africa's Flag Bearers Emerge Today
  177. Somalia: Govt Troops and Militia Clash in Deadly Battle
  178. East Africa: Meeting Identifies Regional Peace Threats
  179. Somalia: Puntland Storm Survivors Waiting for Help
  180. Kenya: Startimes Decoder to Cost Ksh. 3,000 Down From Ksh. 3,500
  181. East Africa: APC Launches New Smart-U.S. Models in East Africa
  182. South Africa: Mandela Unable to Speak, Says Winnie
  183. South Africa: Thousands Affected by Floods in Cape Town
  184. Zimbabwe: Defiant Gumbo Unfazed By Charamba, Moyo 'Tricks'
  185. Zimbabwe: Minister's Father Detained for Rape
  186. Angola: General Nunda Highlights Importance of Protecting Armed Forces' Pillars
  187. Angola: Books Increase Project Announces Literary Scholarship
  188. Angola: Luanda Film Festival Kicks Off
  189. Zimbabwe: Editorial Comment - Re-Engagement Key for Success of Zim Asset
  190. Zisco Steel revival bid gathers pace
  191. Zanu-PF legislators to submit performance reports
  192. Bulawayo, Mat South gear up for provincial elections
  193. Govt to tighten screws on imports
  194. Farmers to remain in Save Conservancy
  195. Logistical problems hamper food relief
  196. Women hail potato growing project
  197. Zimra introduces hi-tech equipment
  198. Zimglass suspends production
  199. CARICOM and Martelly to Meet on Controversial Dominican Republic Court Ruling
  200. Saudi Arabia the Kingdom From Hell and Ethiopians
  201. Africans Push UN To Call Off ‘Racist’ ICC Court
  202. Africans Decry ‘Discrimination’ In India
  203. Sudan: Darfur Mediator and South Sudan's Vice-President to Discuss Peace and Reconci
  204. Libya: Deadly Clashes Erupt in Tripoli
  205. Libya: Clashes Erupt in Libyan Capital After Militia Attack
  206. Egypt: State Commissioners Recommend Dissolution of Brotherhood Party
  207. Ghana/Egypt: Govt Satisfied With Security Arrangements in Cairo Ahead of World Cup Pl
  208. Tunisia: 'National Dialogue to Resume Early Next Week' - Abassi
  209. Nigeria: More Killings in Borno Gun Battle
  210. Nigeria/Ethiopia: Eagles Fly Past Ethiopia to Book World Cup Spot
  211. Nigeria/Ethiopia: Fans Dance, Sing in Calabar
  212. Cameroon: Experts Puzzled By French Priest Kidnap Claim
  213. Nigeria: Nine Terrorist Killed in Borno Raid
  214. Kenya: UN Debate on Kenyan Trials at Hague - Full Details
  215. Kenya: UN Rejects AU Deferral Request
  216. Kenya: U.S, Britain Explain Their Abstention At UN Vote
  217. Kenya: State Award for Sarah Obama
  218. Mozambique: SA Reiterates Call for Mozambique Talks
  219. Mozambique: Renamo Puts Conditions On Dialogue
  220. South Africa: Rural Garden to Supply Fresh Produce to U.S. Retail Giant
  221. Zimbabwe: EU States Mull Scrapping Sanctions
  222. Zimbabwe: Over 650 Rape Cases Reported in Harare
  223. Zimbabwe: October Inflation Declines
  224. Zimbabwe: China to Rehabilitate Beira-Zimbabwe Road
  225. Zimbabwe: President Is the Final Authority in Zanu-PF
  226. Sudan’s Ruling Party Expels Leading Reformers
  227. Hating Your Own Hair a Serious Disease
  228. Dozens Dead in Clash With Libyan Militia in Tripoli
  229. Africa-Mined Pink Diamond Becomes World’s Most Expensive Precious Stone
  230. African American Engineer, Teritius Fortune, Seeks to Make History in Auto Industry
  231. Homeowner Charged With Killing Renisha McBride
  232. Libya: Over a Dozen Protesters Killed
  233. Algeria: New Oilfield 'Biggest in Decades'
  234. Egypt: Egypt-Russia Talks Could Signal Major Shift in Cairo's Foreign Policy
  235. Libya: International Partners Vital to Close Impunity Gap, Says ICC Prosecutor
  236. Tunisia: Youth Revolution Turns Reins Over to the Old
  237. Guinea: Court Upholds Presidential Poll Result
  238. Cameroon: Boko Haram Holds French Priest
  239. Nigeria: Troops Kill MIlitant Suspects in Shoot-Out
  240. Mali: Nigeria Pulls Out of Minusma - Protest or Prioritisation of Domestic Security?
  241. Gambia: Gambia Cuts Diplomatic Ties With Taiwan
  242. Kenya: Bid to Delay Hague Trials Fails
  243. South Sudan: Kiir Dissolves Party Structures
  244. Somalia: Little Help for Cyclone Victims
  245. Uganda: Kampala Mayor Faces Impeachment
  246. Somalia: UN Bolsters Peacekeepers
  247. Mozambique: Two Dead in Renamo Attack On Convoy
  248. Zimbabwe: Ignore Mugabe Threats, Investors Told
  249. South Africa: Police Wrong to Claim That Crime Index 'Vindicates' Official Crime Stat
  250. Swaziland: Be Respectful and Mindful Towards Newspapers - Swaziland Editors Forum