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  1. Swaziland: Nation Has Fewest Women in Parliament
  2. Congo-Kinshasa: The Fall of the M23 - African Geopolitics and the DRC
  3. South Africa: Move Over Brics and Ibsa - Mikta's Here!
  4. Africa: Family Planning Pioneers Recognized for Leadership Excellence
  5. 10 more arrested for cyanide poisoning, poaching
  6. October inflation declines
  7. Zanu-PF names poll supervisory team
  8. ‘Defending our country’s sovereignty is priceless’
  9. EU states mull scrapping sanctions
  10. Germany keen to mend ties
  11. Over 650 rape cases reported in Harare
  12. President is the final authority in Zanu-PF
  13. ZBC to undergo forensic audit
  14. Rocking the Chair
  15. Zanzibar’s Underwater Hotel Room
  16. How Oil is Affecting Ghana’s Economy
  17. How Botswana is Positioning Itself as a Major Diamond Hub
  18. Africa Should Focus On Economic Diversity
  19. House Republicans Call for Eric Holder Impeachment
  20. Can DR Congo’s Inga Dam Project Power Africa?
  21. Justice On The Horizon For “Central Park Five” After de Blasio Elected
  22. North Africa: Youth Easy Prey for Jihadists, Analyst Says
  23. Kenya: Women to Fight Bill Denying Them Property Rights in Divorce
  24. Africa: Africa Set for Final World Cup Knockout Games
  25. Egypt: Govt Announces End of Curfew
  26. Egypt: Russian Foreign, Defense Ministers to Have Talks in Cairo Today
  27. Egypt: As State of Emergency Expires, Ban Stresses Respect for Freedom of Assembly
  28. Nigeria: Military Welcomes U.S. Terrorism Declaration
  29. Cameroon: Priest Kidnapped in North
  30. Liberia: Will Brumskine Contest Presidency?
  31. Africa: Bruising Year in Africa's Media Wars
  32. Ethiopia: Pro-Govt Journalists Attack Foreign Groups
  33. Rwanda: French Court Backs Extradition
  34. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Singapore Trip Sets Off New Speculation
  35. Zimbabwe: New Minister Acts Against Broadcaster
  36. Mozambique: Guebuza Calls On Renamo to Cease Hostilities
  37. South Africa: Govt to Respond to Nkandla Report
  38. South Africa: Singer-Songwriter Who Campaigned for Mandela's Release On Tour in Germa
  39. South Africa: Imitation Fur Project to Save Leopards
  40. South Africa: Julius Malema - It's Just a Jump to the Left, and Then a Step to the Ri
  41. Bilharzia drugs safe, says Govt
  42. War veterans’ children stage demonstration
  43. President arrives in Singapore
  44. 51 killed in robberies, domestic violence
  45. Zimsec dismisses US$2 claims
  46. Zinwa reduces water supplies to Gwanda over debt
  47. City waterworks to shut down for 24 hours
  48. Man commits suicide over beer
  49. ‘Sex lessons’ pastor acquitted
  50. Wendall files US$500K lawsuit
  51. Africa’s Richest: Number Of African Billionaires Surges To 27, Up Two-Thirds From 201
  52. Does the ICC Case Against Kenya’s Leaders Undermine International Peace and Security?
  53. Cost of Living for Expats Soar in Africa’s Oil-Rich Capitals
  54. Africa Beats World in Mobile Boom
  55. No Bail for Marissa Alexander
  56. Africa’s Last Colony: The Forgotten State
  57. A Salute to Kwame Ture: A True African Freedom Fighter
  58. Egypt: Deposed President Takes Hard Line
  59. Nigeria: U.S. Joins War Against Boko Haram, Ansaru
  60. Nigeria: U.S. Designates Boko Haram a Terrorist Group
  61. Congo-Kinshasa: Kinshasa, Kampala At Odds Over M23
  62. South Africa: Were One Million Households Electrified? Testing Zuma's Claim
  63. Egypt: Mursi Warns of Instability
  64. Egypt: Cairo Considers Russian Arms Deal
  65. Western Sahara: Group Urges Morocco to Respect Saharawi Human Rights
  66. Tunisia: Political Tensions Worry Tunisians
  67. Libya: PM Urges Disarmament
  68. Nigeria: U.S. Declares Boko Haram, Ansaru As 'Terrorists'
  69. Nigeria: Terrorist Designations of Boko Haram and Ansaru
  70. Liberia: Oil Reform Consultation Ongoing
  71. Nigeria: U.S. Declares Boko Haram as 'Terrorist Organisation'
  72. Africa: Countries With Greatest Family Planning Needs Lead Progress to Expand Access
  73. Africa: Why Family Planning Is Central to Development
  74. Somalia: Hundreds Feared Dead After Cyclone
  75. East Africa: Kenya Bids to Be Next Resource Hub
  76. Somalia: UN Boosts AU Peackeepers
  77. Rwanda: Rwandans Poised to Take On African Fashion
  78. Africa: Africa Beats World in Mobile Boom
  79. South Africa: Land Claimants Want Market Rate
  80. Africa: Anti-Doping Conference Begins in Johannesburg
  81. South Africa: McBride Nomination a Disgrace - Union
  82. South Africa: Over 1-Million New Voters Registered
  83. South Africa: World Bank Group Launches New Country Partnership Strategy for South Af
  84. South Africa: South Africa Stresses Need to End Suffering of Saharawi People
  85. Africa: Africa 'Increasingly Better Managed'
  86. Speaking truth to power
  87. Commonwealth: A wealth of irrelevance
  88. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-PF must curb chef syndrome
  89. President leaves for Arab-Africa summit
  90. Hefty fines for parking offences
  91. Jail-breakers still on the loose
  92. Road equipment commissioned
  93. Cigarette deal goes up in smoke
  94. Prof Moyo promises more engagement
  95. World Diamond Council sees bright future for Zim gems
  96. Ethiopia Condemns Saudi Crackdown On Workers
  97. Ethiopia Plans Africa’s Biggest Dam
  98. Nigeria Now Africa’s Leading Economy?
  99. Why Western Sanctions On Zimbabwe Backfired
  100. Over 3,000 U.S. Prisoners Locked Up for Life Without Parole for Non-Violent Crimes
  101. Music Videos Exploiting Black Women’s Bodies
  102. A Who’s Who of the Conspirators Behind the Detroit Bankruptcy
  103. South Africa: Idols Review: Episode 25
  104. Egypt: Govt to Lift State of Emergency
  105. Tunisia: Tunisia Best Among Arab Spring Nations in Women's Rights - Thomson Reuters F
  106. Egypt: 50-Member Committee Approves Quasi-Presidential System
  107. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Plans Africa's Biggest Dam
  108. Libya: Libyans Protest Congress Extension
  109. Nigeria: Lawmakers Order Probe of Oil Scandal
  110. Liberia: Drug Suspect Not Linked to Sirleaf, Says Presidency
  111. Liberia: Rodney Sieh Released From Prison Permanently
  112. Liberia: 'Reserve 40 Percent of Country's Oil' - Citizens Recommend
  113. Sierra Leone: President Koroma Opens Consultative Dialogue On the Path to Prosperity
  114. Somalia: Cyclone Death Toll Tops 300
  115. Sudan: 'Indecent' Activists At Risk of Flogging
  116. Congo-Kinshasa: Victory in Air But Insurgencies Continue
  117. Central Africa: Gaps Threaten Conflict Minerals Certification
  118. East Africa: Horn Migrants Risk New Routes to Reach Europe
  119. Mozambique: Detentions, Clashes Mar Election
  120. Zimbabwe: Harare Demolitions Suspended
  121. Zambia: Battle Lines Drawn Over Zambia Constitution
  122. South Africa: 29 Die in Bus Crash
  123. Malawi: Donors Delay Aid as the Cashgate Scandal Unfolds
  124. South Africa/Egypt: Orlando Pirates Bid Cairo Farewell
  125. Southern Africa: Southern Africa Faces Increasing Range of Shocks, Says New Study
  126. Angola: International Campaign Calls On Govt to Stop Harassment of Activists
  127. Beast rewarded with long-term Boks contract
  128. Sables overpower Kenya
  129. Bosso coach seeks to build on momentum
  130. Date for sports awards set
  131. Six volleyball clubs registered for Zone Six games
  132. Tangata dominates national lightweight champs
  133. Dinner on for sport stakeholders
  134. Wenger’s hunger games
  135. Charlton backs United
  136. Nigeria To Lure More Foreign Direct Investment From 2014 Economic Forum
  137. Family of Malcolm X Sues to Prevent Publication of Diary
  138. Renisha McBride Autopsy Confirms That Detroit Teen Was Shot in Face
  139. Letter To Eric Holder: Zimmerman’s Bias And Killing Of Trayvon Martin
  140. Ethiopia Bids to Be Africa’s Energy Powerhouse
  141. Ghanaian Manufacturing Enjoys a Resurgence
  142. Cut Out This Mandela Hypocrisy!
  143. Egypt: Army Raids Extremists' Bases
  144. Egypt/South Africa: Pirates Lose to Al-Ahly in Champions League
  145. Morocco: Report Exposes Serious Rights Violations in Prisons
  146. Egypt: Train Services to Resume At Full Capacity
  147. Egypt: Sisi Reaffirms Egypt Backing for Palestine
  148. Liberia: Editor Sieh Freed From Prison
  149. Nigeria: Church Stampede - Don't Politicise the Incident, Obi Tells Ngige
  150. Nigeria: Governors Plot to Make Nation Ungovernable
  151. East Africa: Migrants Clash With Saudi Police
  152. Africa: Hague Court to Engage African States
  153. Ethiopia: Ethiopia "Utterly Condemns" Killing of Its Citizens By Saudi Forces
  154. East Africa: Kenya Supports JK Over EAC
  155. Uganda: ICT Success
  156. Zambia: Scores Homeless After Clean-up Campaign
  157. Zimbabwe: Contractor Dragged to Court Over Inflated Input Prices
  158. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean Prison Officers Hailed
  159. Zimbabwe: Italians Up for Smuggling
  160. Mozambique: Police Arrest Alleged Head of a Kidnap Gang
  161. Mozambique: Defence Ministry Gives Its Version of Attack On Journalists
  162. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF in Quandary Over Proposed Demolitions
  163. ‘Address salary concerns’
  164. Chinamasa hunts for Agribank funding
  165. Zim adopts effective HIV elimination in babies
  166. Vharazipi yanks two CD pirates to court
  167. Hospitality industry to acquire relevant ICTs
  168. US$75m lost to veld fires over 3 years
  169. Beitbridge services 2 000 stands
  170. Thousands of mining claims lie idle
  171. City identifies new dump site for Harare
  172. Beitbridge Rural District Council announces slashed 2014 budget
  173. Nigeria: Herdsmen Clashes Claim Dozens
  174. Nigeria: Soldiers, Gunmen Killed in Fire Exchange
  175. Zimbabwe: Murambatsvina Two to Hit HIV Sufferers, Activists Warn
  176. Zimbabwe: Liquidity Crunch Seen Forcing Zim Dollar Return
  177. Egypt: Nation Hit by Clashes
  178. Libya: UNHCR Provides Assistance to Asylum Seekers in a Boat Stranded On Libyan Shore
  179. Morocco: Peace Caravan Tours in Sahel and Sahara Region
  180. Angola: Angola/Morocco Joint Commission to Boost Cooperation
  181. Africa: All Set for Champions League Final in Cairo
  182. Liberia: Rodney Sieh Taken Back to Jail After 30-Day Compassionate Leave Under House
  183. Nigeria: Over 7,000 Nigerians Study in American Universities - Consul-General
  184. Nigeria: Golden Eaglets Win Fifa U-17 World Cup Finals - Live Commentaries
  185. Nigeria: Heroes Dance for Joy
  186. Somalia: Govt Accuses Al Shabaab of Deadly Prison Attack
  187. Ethiopia: Local Airlines Welcomes First B777-300er
  188. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Bans TV in Southern Town of Barawe
  189. Sudan: U.S Company Seeking to Import Ethanol From Sudan
  190. Kenya: 10 Arrested Over Killing of Nyakach MP's Parents
  191. Zimbabwe: Economy Pauses Threat to Mugabe's Rule
  192. Angola: Award-Winning Journalist's Speech
  193. Namibia: The Time to Act Is Now
  194. South Africa: Chronic Lifestyle Diseases Strain South Africa's Health System
  195. Angola: Nationalist Highlights Engagement of Youth in Liberation Struggle
  196. Zimbabwe: Chinamasa Pleads for IMF Help
  197. Angola: President Pays Private Visit to Barcelona
  198. Inga Dams: Project to Build the World’s Largest Dam Gains New Momentum
  199. The U.S. Military Discovers Africa
  200. Coroner Slams Handling of Kendrick Johnson Case
  201. Home Depot Apologizes for Racist Tweet
  202. New Trial Sought for SC Boy George Stinney, 14, Executed in 1944
  203. Land Grabs In Africa – A Double-Edged Sword
  204. Egypt: Nation Hit by Deadly Clashes
  205. Egypt: Morsi Receives First Visit in Borg Al-Arab Prison
  206. Egypt: FM - Parliamentary Elections to Be Held Between February-March
  207. Egypt: Pro-Mursi Protesters March Across Cairo
  208. Egypt: Rights Organizations Warn Against New Counter-Terrorism Law
  209. Nigeria: Yes! Yes! Yes! for Nigerian Under 17s
  210. Nigeria: Under 17 Soccer Team Defeats the World
  211. Nigeria: National Assembly Increases Oil Benchmark to U.S.$76,5 Per Barrel
  212. Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone - Freedom of Information Is One Thing, Freedom of Press Is
  213. Nigeria: Hayatou Congratulates Nigeria U-17 Team
  214. Somalia: Six Killed in Hotel Bomb Attack
  215. South Sudan: Juba Blames Ugandan Rebels for Attacks
  216. Congo-Kinshasa: Govt, Rebels Set to Sign Peace Deal
  217. Madagascar: Election Goes to Second Round
  218. Africa: Ethiopian PM Calls for African Media Network
  219. Angola: Crusading Journalist Wins Award
  220. Malawi: Ex-Minister Arrested Over Shooting
  221. Zimbabwe: Plot to Oust Tsvangirai
  222. Africa: Rights Body Condemns Forced Sterilisation
  223. Swaziland/South Africa: Football Boycott Call Growing
  224. Zimbabwe: Army Secures Border With Mozambique
  225. Swaziland: King Gives Top Job to His Daughter
  226. Malawi: Donors Withhold Aid Over Cashgate Scandal
  227. Iran nuke talks at critical stage
  228. SA voter registration for 2014 polls kicks off
  229. October accidents claim 200 lives
  230. Council to review tariffs, charges downwards
  231. Govt to tighten mineral regime
  232. Zim’s computer geek sensations
  233. ‘We want to win big things’
  234. US$700 000 for grain transportation
  235. You could be a Sadc minister!
  236. Kirsty shares recipe for success
  237. Iran’s Secret Designs On Northern Nigeria
  238. Super Soaker Inventor Lonnie Johnson Awarded $72.9M In Damages From Hasbro
  239. CIA Pays AT&T Millions To Access Your Phone Calls
  240. Heavy Fighting Breaks Out In Libyan Capital As Rival Militia’s Battle
  241. The Race To Build Africa’s Tallest Building Has Begun
  242. Africa The New Asia? Marriott Hoping To Become Continent’s Largest Player
  243. Why the United States is No Global Role Model
  244. Zimbabwe: President's First Private Secretary Dies
  245. Egypt: Selective Justice Is No Justice
  246. Ethiopia: Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia Continuing to Collaborate On the Great Renaissance D
  247. Namibia: Algeria Adds Voice On Sahrawi People
  248. South Africa/Egypt: History Beckons Ahly, Pirates
  249. Libya: Gaddafi's Son Demands to Stand Trial in Zintan Rather Than Tripoli
  250. Nigeria: Advocacy Group Tackles Oil Companies Over Spills