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  1. Live updates of the burial of Cde Kumbirai Kangai
  2. Ethiopian Airlines Makes Record High Profit of 2.7 Billion Birr
  3. Trial Begins for American Couple Accused of Starving Adopted Ethiopian Girl to Death
  4. Video Released of Georgia Guards Beating Prisoners With Hammer
  5. Egypt: Police Arrest Muslim Brotherhood Leader
  6. Libya: New Clashes Hit West
  7. Libya: Bilateral Co-Operation, Security Discussed As FM Pays Working Visit to Libya
  8. Tunisia: Mediation Committee - Abderrazak Kilani Submits Preliminary Report
  9. Egypt: Islamist Coalition Calls for Mass Demonstrations On Friday
  10. Africa: Five Things You Should Know About Disappearances
  11. Liberia: 'Real Truth' Behind Mass Entrance Exam Failure
  12. Ghana: Opposition Meet to Chart Way Forward
  13. Cameroon: Yellow Fever Under Control
  14. Nigeria: Will Power Reforms Be Completed?
  15. Uganda: Struggling to Come to Terms With The Disappeared
  16. Somalia: Kenyan Troops, Al Shabaab Battle in Gedo
  17. Congo-Kinshasa: Rwanda, M23 and the UNSC
  18. Rwanda: M23 Rebels Withdraw From Kanyarucinya
  19. Africa: West Cold-Shoulders Rebuilding Southern Africa
  20. Zimbabwe: Party Denies Mugabe Offered Tsvangirai Vice Presidency
  21. Swaziland: Ballot Box Tampering At Election
  22. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Seeks Further Artillery for DRC
  23. South Africa: WSU Situation Volatile - DA Youth
  24. Congo-Kinshasa: We Need Your Help on Illegal Capital Flight, Officials Ask Mbeki
  25. South Africa: The Sex Regulators
  26. Mic Crenshaw on Hip-Hop, The March On Washington and Activism
  27. Rosa Clemente on Hip-Hop, Obama And Politics
  28. Skipp Coon Talks Hip-Hop, Obama and Generational Struggles
  29. A “Post-Mortem” on the March “With” Washington / Kamau Franklin
  30. President hailed for supporting Agric Show
  31. Change your mindset, VP Mujuru urges youths
  32. Chinotimba steals show at Kangai funeral
  33. Women decry low Parly representation
  34. UNWTO delegates vist Great Zimbabwe
  35. Council happy with bills payment
  36. 25 nabbed for protesting at police station
  37. Experts predict normal rains
  38. Show-goers hail Red Cross’ child tracking system
  39. More cash for agric: President
  40. Africa’s Retail Industry Spending To Hit $1.3 Trillion By 2030
  41. Israel Confirms Plan to Expel African Refugees to Uganda
  42. Syria: Does Obama Know He Is Fighting On al-Qa’ida’s Side?
  43. M23 Rebels To Cease Combat Around Goma
  44. Zimmerman’s Wife: George Has ‘Beaten Down My Self-Esteem’
  45. Black Numbers Are Up In Congress, But Power Is Down
  46. Jesse Jackson: ‘Tea Party is the Resurrection of the Confederacy’
  47. Algeria: Guantanamo Prisoners Transferred to Algeria
  48. Egypt: Rigths Group Wants Investigation into reports of Torture of Muslim Brotherhood
  49. Libya: Time for Gaddafi to Go on Trial
  50. Egypt: Interior Ministry Declares High Alert Ahead of Brotherhood Rallies On Friday
  51. Egypt: 'Loyal to President' Phrase Omitted From Army's Oath
  52. Ghana: Court Rejects Challenge to Mahama Election
  53. Mauritania: The Fight Against Child Domestic Labour
  54. Liberia: Imprisoned Journalist Health 'Deteriorates'
  55. Senegal: Little Train of the Suburbs Dodges Dakar's Traffic Nightmare
  56. Ghana: Ghana Deploys Police Ahead of Court Ruling
  57. Congo-Kinshasa: Rwanda Accuses Congo of Shelling
  58. Uganda: Makerere Lecturers Call Off Strike
  59. South Sudan: Immense Humanitarian Needs in Jonglei
  60. Kenya: President Orders Crackdown After Fatal Bus Crash
  61. Kenya: World's Largest Refugee Site Votes
  62. Swaziland: 'Vote Buying At Swazi Election'
  63. Angola: 'Shocking' Footage of Prisoner Abuse
  64. Zimbabwe: Hello and Welcome to Disneyland Zimbabwe!
  65. Africa: Is Africa the Drunk Continent? How Time Magazine Ignored the Data
  66. Zambia: Mobile Phones Usher in Citizen Journalism
  67. Kenya: African Press Review 29 August 2013
  68. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Faces Tough Task Ahead
  69. Namibia: Mixed Reactions Over Traditional Healers' Practice
  70. ‘Devon is a model star’
  71. It’s falling into place for Musona
  72. Pakistan level ODI
  73. Murray races into US Open second round
  74. Have Everton found the new Rooney?
  75. Neymar wins first trophy in Barca colours
  76. Lukas Podolski out for 10 weeks
  77. Rooney thanks Man U fans
  78. Chelsea to sign Samuel Eto’o
  79. Motson tops list of fans’ favourite sports commentators?
  80. Ethiopian Jews No Longer Welcome In Israel
  81. Zimbabwe: Thinking Outside the Box on Illegal Western Sanctions
  82. Zimbabwe’s Marange Diamond Fields To Lead The World In Diamond Production
  83. Nigeria Sovereign Wealth Fund Appoints Investment Firms To Manage Stabilization Fund
  84. ‘Africa’s Greenest Hotel’ Opens Its Doors
  85. A N*gg*r Is a Black Person, Says Webster Dictionary
  86. 2 Plead Guilty to Firebombing Black Family’s Home
  87. Nigeria: Nation Seeks to Revive Mining
  88. Nigeria: 20 Killed in Suspected Nigerian Militant Attacks
  89. Kenya: New Threats to Hague Trial Witnesses
  90. Africa: Morocco's Shady Status As a Sex Tourism Hotspot
  91. Egypt: Egypt Arrests 12, Including American, for Sinai Attack
  92. Egypt: Mursi Supporters to Stage Mass Protests On Friday, Start Civil Disobedience
  93. Egypt: Egypt's Business Federation Suspends Ties With Turkey
  94. Tunisia: Political Crisis Weakens Tunisian Economy
  95. Nigeria: Health Workers Call Off Strike
  96. Liberia: Imprisoned Journalist Taken to Hospital
  97. Liberia: Court to Rule On Taylor Appeal
  98. Liberia: Education Minister Doubts Mass Failure
  99. Liberia: Sirleaf Frowns on Mass Failure, Wants Conference on Education
  100. Tanzania: Group Shines Spotlight On Mines Over Child Labour
  101. Sudan: Floods Hit Half a Million
  102. Africa: African Paper Warns of 'Ball of Fire' in Syria
  103. Somalia: Mogadishu Still Not a Safe Place
  104. Congo-Kinshasa: Hundreds Flee to Burundi After Fighting
  105. South Africa: Zimbabweans Fear Losing Refugee Status
  106. Zimbabwe: Fears Over Economy
  107. Swaziland: More Irregularities At Swazi Election
  108. Swaziland: Border Blockade for Democracy
  109. Namibia: University Lecturer's Photos of Nude Women Causes Stir
  110. Namibia: Drought May Be 'Blessing in Disguise' for Unemployed
  111. Zambia: Why Sata's Health Is No Longer Secret
  112. Zanu-PF unfazed by MDC-T boycott threats
  113. September 11 set for ward poll run-off
  114. MPs hail performance appraisals
  115. Chief Chihota dies
  116. Agric show attendance improves
  117. us$67 000 gold found
  118. Rapist father jailed
  119. Gweru runs dry
  120. Chikurubi girl drowns
  121. Fake ‘will’ fraudsters thrown behind bars
  122. South Africa Land Debate Heats Up
  123. A Continent of Vassals: Why Africa Must Acquire Nuclear Weapons
  124. Does H&M’s Investment In Ethiopia Signal The African Manufacturing Boom?
  125. Nigeria’s Biggest Challenge
  126. If Properly Managed, Oil and Gas Can Help Africa Lift Millions Out of Poverty
  127. Shellie Zimmerman, George Zimmerman’s Wife Takes Perjury Plea Deal
  128. Racist Attacks Continues Against Cécile Kyenge, Italy’s First Black Cabinet Minister
  129. Rwanda: Tribunal Digs Up Partial Truth
  130. Egypt: Brotherhood Cornered, Not Crushed
  131. Libya: Rights Group Condemns Storming of Newspaper's Headquarter
  132. Egypt: Teargas Killed Last Week's 37 Prisoners - Forensics Report
  133. Tunisia: Withdrawn Deputies Demand Resignation of Current Government to Begin Nationa
  134. Egypt: 10 Journalists and Media Professionals Were Killed Since Egyptian Revolution E
  135. Nigeria: Insecurity Still Biggest Challenge
  136. Nigeria: Ruling Party Governors May Form New Party
  137. Nigeria: Floods Test Nigeria's Preparedness
  138. Liberia: Railways Revived for Iron Ore Boom
  139. Liberia: Former Information Minister Calls for Peace and Stability
  140. Kenya: New Anti-Graft Chief Comes With Baggage
  141. Kenya: Public Support for Hague Trials Falls
  142. East Africa: Tanzania, Rwanda Talks Ease Tension
  143. Uganda: Claims of Illegal Eviction Haunt German Firm
  144. Djibouti: Govt, Opposition Reach Initial Agreement
  145. South Africa: Electoral Commission Chair Found Guilty of Improper Conduct
  146. South Africa: Public Should Support Policies That Reduce Inequality
  147. South Africa: Lifetime Global Peace Prize for Mandela
  148. South Africa: Strikes in Vital Sectors Continue
  149. South Africa: Police Criminal Activity Higher Than Admitted - Report
  150. Africa: Dillish's Style and Class Make Namibia Proud
  151. Swaziland: People Cannot Elect Government
  152. Swaziland: Corruption Claims At Swaziland Poll
  153. Hero Nkala’s body flown to Bulawayo
  154. Mutambara withdraws constitutional appeal
  155. UNWTO delegates tour Gushungo Dairy Farm
  156. Top UNWTO posts for Zim
  157. Warning on veld fires this summer
  158. Adopt a street light
  159. US$200 000 sought
  160. Man stabs neighbour
  161. Soldier shoots self
  162. Panner dies in tunnel
  163. Obama Planning Two-Day Bombing Campaign Over Syria
  164. New Railway Project in Ethiopia Evoke Memories of Glory Days
  165. Probe Into Civilian Deaths in DR Congo As Fighting Continues
  166. Ghana Takes Action Against Illegal Chinese Miners
  167. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Looks North
  168. Tens of Thousands of South African Workers Down Tools
  169. Zimmerman Wants Florida to Pay His Legal Fees
  170. Egypt: Cabinet Shortens Curfew Hours
  171. Egypt: Court Adjourns Mubarak's Trial
  172. Egypt: Mubarak's Retrial Adjourned Till September 14
  173. Tunisia: Partial Governor Reshuffle Announced
  174. Egypt: Son of Brotherhood Leader Released
  175. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader's Last Days
  176. Ghana: Investors Fail to Cash in On Vehicular Emissions Industry
  177. Nigeria: Displaced Flee to Niger, Cameroon
  178. Nigeria: 'Stranded Boko Haram Turn to Cannibalism'
  179. West Africa: The Story of the Common Currency in West Africa
  180. Madagascar: Rajoelina Withdraws from Polls
  181. Chad: Former Darfur Refugees Scraping By
  182. Sudan: 'Two Children Die a Day' in Darfur Camp
  183. Eritrea: Aid Group Calls for Navy 'Massacre' Probe
  184. Kenya: Ruto Missed Nairobi ICC Trial By Single Vote
  185. South Africa: Should Rape Be a Hate Crime?
  186. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Threatens UK, U.S.
  187. Africa: Namibian Dilish Wins Big Brother
  188. Africa: YouTube Grows Fast
  189. South Africa: Bank Takes Mandela Grandson to Court
  190. South Africa: Troops Deny DR Congo Clashes
  191. Swaziland: King's Paper Cries Election 'Treason'
  192. Malawi: Scottish Cops to Help Malawi Prepare for 2014 Elections
  193. Chafa in raging storm
  194. Court dismisses Mureyi’s application
  195. UZ swindled of US$65 000
  196. MDC-T fissures widen over electoral petitions
  197. UNWTO hails Zim
  198. Sadc hails Zim, Zambia
  199. President to officially open Agric Show
  200. ‘Police deployed for show-goers’ benefit’
  201. ‘Invest in public transport’
  202. Zanu-PF drafts guidelines
  203. Kenenisa Bekele’s Hotel Opens for Business
  204. Black Feminists Have A Hugo Problem, Too – Among Other Things
  205. Israel’s New Strategy: Classify Eritrean Refugees as Ethiopians to Deport Them
  206. Puzzle: Ancient African Coins Discovered In Australia Reveals Aboriginal Rock Art
  207. Former British Army Officer Killed in His Home in Kenya
  208. Robert Mugabe Threatens to Expel Foreign Companies From Zimbabwe
  209. Black Patrons Refused Service At Restaurant Because White Customer Felt Uncomfortable
  210. Namibia: Namibia's Dillish Wins 2013 BBA $300,000 Prize
  211. Egypt: Mubarak Retrial Begins
  212. Egypt: Govt Steps Up Security for Mubarak's Retrial
  213. Egypt: Brotherhood Leader Stands Trial for Killing Protesters
  214. Egypt: Nation Grapples With Mubarak's Release From Jail
  215. Egypt: Protests Weaken Amid Crackdown
  216. Nigeria: Police Killed As Gunmen Kill Activist
  217. Mali: Jihadist Groups Merge
  218. Nigeria: Winning the War On Terror
  219. Ghana: I Will Play for Hearts of Oak Before I Retire From Football - Stephen Appiah
  220. Nigeria: Ex-BBA Housemate, Vimbai, Is New Face of Nokia Lumia 520
  221. Congo-Kinshasa: South African, Tanzanian Forces Open Fire on Rebels
  222. Uganda: Sexual Abuse On Flower Farms Persists - Study
  223. Somalia: Dharkenley Olympic Committee Chairman Killed in Mogadishu
  224. Sudan: Gunmen Loot American Aid Group in South Darfur
  225. South Sudan: Misseriya Tribe Threatens War
  226. Swaziland: Primary Election Shambles
  227. Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe to Die in Office'
  228. Zimbabwe: Is Mugabe an Entrenched Leader or a Changed Man?
  229. Swaziland: Election Board Defeated in High Court
  230. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Factions Fight Over Cabinet Posts
  231. South Africa: Update On Former President Nelson Mandela
  232. Thousands bid farewell to national hero Karakadzai
  233. We will hit back: President tells West
  234. Kangai declared national hero
  235. UNWTO indaba opens
  236. Ex-military officers have valour, patriotism and honesty, says President
  237. Elections a closed chapter: Analysts
  238. Social services will improve: Chombo
  239. MDC-T selects Gutu mayor of Harare
  240. More than 8 000 attend show
  241. Angela Chimbetu burial today
  242. Uganda: Musagala Joins Usain Bolt's Managers
  243. Egypt: Two Dead, 25 Wounded in Tanta Clashes
  244. Egypt: Brotherhood's Al-Brens Denies Involvement in Alexandria Violence
  245. Egypt: Security Forces Must Show Restraint After Reckless Policing of Violent Protest
  246. Egypt: Govt Shortens Curfew Hours
  247. Zimbabwe: President Meets Algerian Diplomat
  248. Nigeria: 44 Killed in Borno
  249. Ghana: Tension Rises Over Election Ruling
  250. Nigeria: Boko Haram Accepts Dialogue in FG's Video