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  1. Tunisia: Deadly Clashes Spark Delay in National Talks
  2. Libya: Welcome to New Libya, a Country 'Liberated' By Nato
  3. Tunisia: PM to Make Statement On Wednesday Afternoon
  4. Africa: Advances and Setbacks in Polio Fight
  5. Central Africa: Region to Tackle Illegal Logging
  6. Mali: Army Killing Mutineers, Says Advocacy Group
  7. Liberia: Justice Minister Apologizes Over Release of Journalist
  8. Nigeria: Cholera Outbreak Kills Scores
  9. Madagascar: Elections Could Herald Fresh Start
  10. Madagascar: Background to Malagasy Elections
  11. Africa: ICC - Does Politics Win Over Justice?
  12. Sudan: Top Darfur Peacekeeper Reports Limited Progress
  13. Malawi: Corruption 'Cripples' Healthcare
  14. Mozambique: Analysts See Little Threat of New Civil War
  15. Zimbabwe: UK 'Needs to Re-engage' Zimbabwe
  16. South Africa: Budget Too Good to be True - Opposition MPs
  17. Malawi: 'Parliament Should Not Pass Safe Abortion Bill'
  18. South Africa: Diepsloot Five Appear in Pretoria
  19. Mozambique: UN Chief Voices Concern At Escalation of Violence in Mozambique
  20. South Africa: Marikana Massacre - Saps, Lonmin, Ramaphosa and Time for Blood. Miners'
  21. Zimpapers boss shines again!
  22. Govt to quash pirate radio stations
  23. SDCs have no authority to expel pupils, says Dokora
  24. Zim to benefit from 10 000 Comesa tractors
  25. Zanu-PF starts work to fulfil promises
  26. Anti-Corruption Commission workers attach property
  27. Zanu-PF increases council lead
  28. Former mayors hailed, honoured
  29. Thousands gather for convention
  30. No plans to unbundle Zesa: Mavhaire
  31. Tunisia: Armed Group Kills National Guard Officers
  32. Tunisia: Assembly President Condemns National Guard Killings
  33. Tunisia: Govt Committed to 'Principle' of Resigning - PM
  34. Tunisia: Govt Set to Step Down
  35. Nigeria: Cholera Outbreak in Lagos
  36. Sudan: Clooney Satellite Warns of Military Buildup
  37. Egypt: State of Emergency to Be Lifted
  38. Tunisia: Marzouki Decrees Three-Day National Mourning
  39. Tunisia: Celebration of October, 23 - Interior Ministry Took All Necessary Security M
  40. Egypt: Celebrations of Sun Falling On Face of Ramsis II Message of Security, Safety t
  41. Egypt: SIS - Government Respects Freedoms of Opinion, Expression - Is Committed to Ro
  42. Africa: Child Deaths Decline in Africa
  43. Mali: Assailants Kills Chadian Peacekeepers
  44. Niger: Niger Leads World On Tackling Child Deaths
  45. West Africa: UN Urges New Strategies on Sahel Crises
  46. Nigeria: Electricity Workers Threaten Total Blackout
  47. Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Envoy Piles on Pressure for Peace
  48. Sudan: Juba 'Historic' Summit Inconclusive
  49. Kenya: Ruto Admits Troops Looted Mall
  50. Sudan: UN-AU Envoy Condemns Killing of Darfur Peacekeepers
  51. South Africa: Patent Blocks Life-Saving TB Medicine
  52. Africa: Multidrug-Resistant TB Cases Double
  53. South Africa: Zuma Aide Says Sorry to Malawians
  54. Mozambique: Renamo Revert to Force, Ageing, Spent and Broke
  55. Mozambique: Renamo Holds Mozambique Hostage
  56. Mozambique: In Moma, the People Are Mistreated
  57. Plot to kill Zesa flops
  58. Court nullifies Kereke’s expulsion
  59. VP Mujuru decries Renamo banditry
  60. Georgias pursues sanctions case
  61. President presented with Hwahwa memorabilia
  62. Tsvangirai slammed for lining up diamond lecture
  63. Air Zim fails to realise profit
  64. Air Marshal Shiri’s son buried
  65. Upper House struggles to bring issues for debate
  66. 750 000 expected on ARVs next year
  67. Zimbabwe: Citizenship Rules in Chaos As Nationals Denied Documentation
  68. Egypt: Mubarak's Retrial Postponed
  69. Libya: Benghazi Killings Escalate
  70. Tunisia: Withdrawn Deputies Willing to Make National Dialogue Succeed
  71. Tunisia: Cabinet Meeting Discusses Complementary Finance Law for 2013
  72. Egypt: France, U.S., EU Condemn Giza Church Attack
  73. Liberia: Sirleaf Sacks Deputy Education Minister
  74. Nigeria: Explosion Rocks Warri Refinery
  75. Liberia: President Sirleaf Finally Signs Budget
  76. Liberia: Did Rodney Sieh Threaten to Kill Himself?
  77. Sierra Leone: IMF Approves U.S. $95 Million
  78. Africa: Ethiopia Proclaims Right to Family Planning
  79. Uganda: Plant Clinics Take Root
  80. Tanzania: On Tanzania, Obama Is Getting It Wrong
  81. Sudan: Juba Summit Ends With No Solution
  82. Somalia: Fatal Flaws in Brussels Aid Deal
  83. Mozambique: Ex-Rebels Attack Police Station
  84. South Africa: What Zuma Said About Africa
  85. South Africa: Does the Justice System Deter Offenders?
  86. South Africa: Zuma's Office Denies 'Africans are Backward' Insinuation
  87. South Africa: Rural Women Demand Scrapping of Traditional Courts Bill
  88. Africa: Namibia Hosts First Ever World Indigenous Business Forum
  89. Malawi: VP Reports Arrests in Malawi 'Cashgate' Scandal
  90. South Africa: Why Are Political Killings Increasing?
  91. Highlanders on threshold of glory
  92. Dudu’s bail hearing deferred
  93. Komichi tells his side of the story
  94. Hubby in court for deliberate infection
  95. US$11 000 heist at Chinhoyi filling station
  96. Outrage over Zuma’s Africa utterances
  97. Cabinet endorses blueprint
  98. President scoffs at security sector reform proponents
  99. Harare starts pre-budget consultations
  100. Compulsory vehicle inspection on cards
  101. Sudan: A Bolder Stance Needed On Aid Access?
  102. Mozambique: Further Graphite Licence for Triton Minerals
  103. Egypt: PM Condemns Church Shooting
  104. Egypt: Will America's Aid Freeze Make Any Difference to Egypt's Military?
  105. Tunisia: Earth Tremor Causes Panic
  106. Tunisia: Rapper Acquitted After 3 Weeks in Prison
  107. Egypt: Motorcycle Gunmen Kill Three at Wedding
  108. Cameroon: Opposition Stages Mini-Comeback
  109. Liberia: Statement by Sirleaf at Border Meeting Witth Ouattara
  110. Liberia: 'Working With Cote d'Ivoire is a Necessity' - Sirleaf
  111. Liberia: Editor Placed Under House Arrest
  112. Liberia: Policing Our Borders Well
  113. South Sudan: More Than 40 Killed in Rebel Attack
  114. Madagascar: Nation Hopes Polls Will End Chaos
  115. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Envoys Urge More Peace Talks
  116. Ethiopia: Al-Shabaab Takes 'Last Gasps' in Ethiopia
  117. Congo-Kinshasa: Amnesty, Security Obstruct M23 Peace Deal
  118. Mozambique: Army Surrounds Opposition Leader's Base
  119. Zambia: Copper Storm Brews in North-West
  120. Mozambique: Govt Forces Attack Renamo
  121. Zimbabwe: Youth in Politics - Zimbabwe's Youngest Female Parliamentarian
  122. Africa: Zuma Says Africa Isn't Supporting Impunity
  123. Zambia: 'Gay' Trial Is Politically Motivated
  124. Malawi: Umbwi Secondary School in Dedza Petrol Bombed - School Shut Indefinitely
  125. South Africa: Now Dirco's Got Ubuntu, Too
  126. Corpse tumbles out as suspects flee police
  127. 9 robbery suspects arrested at funeral
  128. Can Bosso end the jinx?
  129. Mau Mau to do 175hrs of community service
  130. Bedding minor proves costly
  131. Air Marshall Shiri’s son dies
  132. Chihuri commends police schools for best results
  133. 6 people die of rabies
  134. Mother slits 10-month-old baby’s throat
  135. Cops, immigration intercept 38 illegal immigrants
  136. Nigeria: Education - World Bank Provides U.S.$150 Million Credit for Anambra, Ekiti,
  137. DeMbare end barren spell
  138. Bosso consolidate lead
  139. Harare City win
  140. Masomere hints on quitting
  141. Triangle’s fine run persists
  142. Buffaloes, Bulls share spoils
  143. Al Ahly through
  144. Keshi not paid
  145. Botswana to host
  146. Orlando Pirates saluted
  147. Tunisia: Security Forces Kill Islamist Militants
  148. Egypt: Police Clash With Students
  149. Egypt: Bomb Attack Targets Army Intelligence Base
  150. Egypt: Armed Attack Wounds Three in Sinai
  151. Africa: Orlando Pirates Books Spot in Champions League Final
  152. Nigeria: Cholera Breaks Out in Plateau State
  153. Nigeria: Kidnappers to Get Death Penalty
  154. Nigeria: Kidnappers of Oronto Douglas' Sister Demand N500 Million Ransom
  155. Nigeria: Ruthless Eaglets Rout Champions Mexico 6-1
  156. Sudan: African Union to Act Against Darfur Rebels
  157. Somalia: Iranian Naval Forces Foil Pirate Attack
  158. Kenya: Pastor Shot Dead Inside Mombasa Church
  159. Somalia: Norway Lost Track of Mall Suspect
  160. Tanzania: Conflicts Over Water Rise
  161. Mozambique: Army Denies Attacking Renamo
  162. Mozambique: Guebuza Pledges Continued Investigation Into Machel Death
  163. Zambia: Immigration Seize Players' Passports
  164. Mozambique: First Lady Warns Against Division of Country
  165. Angola: Ambassador Barrica Says Portuguese Citizens Are Welcome
  166. Zimbabwe: The Hague - Legal Capital of the World
  167. Zimbabwe: Bigwigs Fingered in Hwange Elephant Poisoning
  168. Nigeria: Court Stops Baraje, nPDP's Operation in Nigeria
  169. Zambia: Over 300,000 Jobs Created - Sata
  170. Tunisia: Date Set for National Dialogue
  171. Sudan: Downstream Countries to Hold Talks With Ethiopia Over Dam Row
  172. Morocco: First Time a Charm As Morocco Stun Croats
  173. Egypt: Blast Near Army Intelligence Building in Ismailia
  174. Tunisia: Tunisia's Ten Best Brave Venezuela
  175. Guinea: UN Chief Welcomes Release of 'Late' Election Results
  176. Mali: Death Toll in Boat Accident Rises to 72
  177. Nigeria: Technical Schools Join University Strike
  178. Nigeria: U.S., UK, Netherlands Train 134 Nigerian Troops in Calabar
  179. Zimbabwe: Alliance Française Hosts Senegal Dance Troupe
  180. Somalia: Over a Dozen Killed in Suicide Attack
  181. Somalia: French Court Jails Somali Pirates
  182. South Sudan: Smallholder Farmer Has Big Dreams
  183. Tanzania: Uranium Ore Tempts Tanzania to Dig Dangerously
  184. Kenya: Families Left Homeless After Mathare Slum Fire
  185. Mozambique: Army Kills Renamo Gunmen
  186. Zimbabwe: Top Officials Implicated in Elephant Poaching
  187. South Africa: Firebrand Former Protege Challenges Zuma
  188. Zimbabwe: Bus Crew Nabbed Over R1,6 Million Ivory
  189. Zimbabwe: More Zimbabweans Cross into South Africa
  190. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Confusing 'Sanctions With Restrictive Measures'
  191. Zimbabwe: Bona's Wedding Date Set - President
  192. Zimbabwe: 'Sinister Motive' Behind Threat of ICC Pull-Out
  193. Libya: Chaos Continues in Libya Where Militias Rule
  194. Egypt: Egypt to Find Other Military Support Sources After U.S. Aid Suspension - Minis
  195. Egypt: Army, Police Seal Off Squares in Anticipation of Brotherhood's Protests
  196. Western Sahara: Time Is Ripe for Promotion Up International Agenda
  197. East Africa: Ethiopian Dam Plans Spark Regional Tensions
  198. Nigeria: Jonathan Eschews Being Called C-in-C
  199. Cote d'Ivoire: Sirleaf, Ouattarra Attend Peace Talks
  200. Cameroon: Ruling Party Wins Parliamentary Elections
  201. Nigeria: Lobbying Pays Off for Nigeria, Now on UN Security Council
  202. East Africa: Maritime Piracy Falls to Lowest Level in 7 Years
  203. Kenya: Kenyatta Excused From Court Hearings
  204. Kenya: Norwegian Link to Westgate
  205. Ethiopia: Jailed Journos Challenge Terror Laws
  206. Uganda: Police on Alert for 'Westgate' Attack
  207. Ethiopia: Pastoralists Struggle With Harsher Weather
  208. Zimbabwe: Man Accused of Mugabe Jibe
  209. South Africa: Mandela's Daughters Drop Court Action
  210. Malawi: President Banda Grapples With Graft
  211. Zimbabwe: Bona Mugabe Wedding in March
  212. Zimbabwe: 700 Harare Firms Close
  213. South Africa: Are 30,000 Children Really 'Trafficked' Every Year?
  214. Zimbabwe: Homeless Teen to Be Deported From South Africa
  215. South Africa: Man Suspected of Murdering 2 Toddlers Arrested
  216. President caps 1 245 at CUT
  217. Chimedza calls for insurance scheme fund
  218. Parks gets 20 patrol vehicles
  219. No new money for Zim
  220. Citiliner Bus crew nabbed over R1,6m ivory
  221. ICC: When African Failings Grant Impunity to Outsiders
  222. Editorial Comment: Build houses, create jobs
  223. Together we make a difference
  224. Funerals not for the shallow-pocketed
  225. Indigenising economy: Retracing the footprints
  226. Egypt: Mursi Supporters Call for Protest On Friday
  227. Egypt: Prosecutor Releases Ultras Protesters On Bail
  228. Tunisia: Two National Guard Officers Shot Dead, Another Wounded in Clashes With Terro
  229. Egypt: State of Emergency Announced in Giza to Control Canal Water Leak
  230. Egypt: Egyptian Named Second Best Tour Guide in World
  231. Mali: Security Issues a 'Wake-Up Call'
  232. Africa: Campaign Names Africa's Slave-Holding Nations
  233. Nigeria: Is Nigeria's Economy Heading for Crisis?
  234. Mali: Despite Recent Progress, Urgent Challenges Remain to Restore Stability - UN Env
  235. Sierra Leone: Salone Receives U.S.$10m Per Annum for Amisom Role
  236. East Africa: Oil Discoveries Breed Challenges
  237. Sudan: Making Sense of the Protests in Khartoum
  238. Kenya: When Poverty Quietly Morphs Into Catastrophe
  239. Kenya: Will New Cabinet Solve Corruption Crisis?
  240. Angola: Govt Ends Partnership With Portugal
  241. Zimbabwe: UN Agency Hopeful for Country's Agricultural Recovery
  242. Swaziland: Winners and Losers in Swazi Elections
  243. South Africa: R100 000 Reward for Info on Diepsloot Suspect
  244. South Africa: Traditional Courts Bill Back to Provinces
  245. South Africa: The Impact of Mining On Women
  246. South Africa: Diepsloot - a Place of Fear and Anger
  247. South Africa: Elite Golf for Durban in January
  248. Editorial Comment: Let’s prioritise school children’s safety
  249. Former inclusive Government ministers reprimanded
  250. Sweden ready to re-engage Zim