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  1. Warrant of arrest for Tich Mataz
  2. MDC name dispute trial date set
  3. ZEC disowns ballots
  4. Kangai memorial set for Saturday
  5. ‘Focus now total empowerment’
  6. Battlelines drawn between MDC-T, rebel councillors
  7. Nurses negotiate salaries
  8. Zanu-PF committee meets
  9. 10 000 contract STIs in Masvingo in 90 days
  10. ‘Complete road tarring’
  11. Egypt: Municipal Seats Allocated to Women
  12. Egypt: Ethiopian FM - We Reject Harming Egypt's Water Rights
  13. Egypt: Military Spokesman Denies Negotiations On Release of Ousted President
  14. Egypt: Home-Made Bomb Defused in Front of Imbaba Police Station
  15. Tunisia: Quartet to Make Statement in Next Few Hours
  16. Guinea: Long-Awaited Polls Held Peacefully
  17. Nigeria: Civil Society Slams Govt Over 'Social Media Threat'
  18. Niger: The Stable Sahelian State, for Now
  19. Mauritania: Nation Reeling From Unprecedented Flooding
  20. Mali: New President Visits France Despite Continued Violence At Home
  21. Africa: Standing with Kenya and Somalia
  22. Kenya: Attacks Create Dilemma for Hague
  23. Kenya: Nation Grapples With Governance of Climate Change Projects
  24. Kenya: Misreading the War Against Al-Shabaab
  25. Ethiopia: Muslims' Struggle for Rights Continues
  26. Zimbabwe: Keep to New York, U.S Tells Mugabe
  27. Zambia: Is Removing Subsidies the Way to Go?
  28. Mozambique: Hollande, Guebuza See Work Start On Big Ship Order
  29. Namibia: Govt Houses Falling Apart
  30. South Africa: Failure to Administer Participatory Democracy Aggravates Instability
  31. Swaziland: Police Point Gun At Journalist
  32. South Africa: DA Will Go to Court to Make 'Nkandlagate' Report Public
  33. South Africa: Rugby - a Wallop for the Wallabies
  34. Court reserves judgment in Tanyanyiwa bail bid
  35. Komichi’s ‘voter’ did not cast vote
  36. Delta wins ‘nail in soft drink’ suit
  37. ‘Mutodi a flight risk’
  38. Man rapes 6-year-old infects her with HIV
  39. Madhuku rapped for political opportunism
  40. Mines ministry reviews claim identification
  41. Rainy season yet to start: Met Dept
  42. Govt to take over tollgate manning
  43. 3 armed robbers nabbed
  44. Egypt: Elections Planned for Next Spring, UN Told
  45. Egypt: One Conscript Killed in Sinai Attack
  46. Egypt: Presidential Elections Likely to Be Held Next Summer - Hegazy to CNN
  47. Egypt: Release Journalist Facing Military Trial for Sinai Coverage
  48. Zimbabwe/Egypt: Egypt Court Warriors Friendly Next Month
  49. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Students as They Sleep
  50. Africa: Africa Calls for Development Goals to be Met
  51. Guinea: Nation Votes in Tense Polls
  52. Nigeria: Tragedy in River Niger
  53. Mali: Four Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack
  54. Kenya: Kipsang Smashes World Record
  55. Kenya: Govt Was Warned of Attacks - Report
  56. Sudan: Death Toll Unclear As Protests Continue
  57. Sudan: Opposition, Civic Groups Gang up to Overthrow Bashir
  58. Zimbabwe: 'Botswana Prevented Civil War in Zimbabwe'
  59. Zimbabwe: Simon Khaya-Moyo Cleared for VP Post
  60. Zimbabwe: Lecturer Dismissed for Insulting Mugabe
  61. Zimbabwe: Girls Start Having Sex At 12 - Survey
  62. Zimbabwe: Madhuku Forms Political Party
  63. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Printing Firm, Office Fire-Bombed
  64. Zimbabwe: NCA Now a Political Party - Madhuku
  65. International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
  66. DeMbare labour through
  67. Bosso dismiss Triangle
  68. Colourful start to Mbada Diamonds Cup
  69. Hwange dump FC Platinum
  70. Let’s walk the talk, says George Mbwando
  71. Harare City stun Monoz
  72. How Mine edge Black Rhinos
  73. Harare Otters dominates swimming gala
  74. Moyes writes off Manchester United
  75. Tunisia: Extradition of El-Materi Discussed As FM Meets With His Seychelles Counterpa
  76. Tunisia: 'Fighting Terrorism and Smuggling Through Increased Investment in Disadvanta
  77. Nigeria: The World Bank Approves Funds to Support Nigeria's Expansion of Its Housing
  78. Tunisia: Conflicting Reports on Govt Stepping Down
  79. Egypt: Support for Military Rule Growing
  80. Egypt: Train Service to Resume Partially
  81. Angola: National Senior Women Team Beat Egypt in Women Afrobasket
  82. Nigeria: Dozens Die, 100 MIssing in Boat Disaster
  83. Nigeria: 27 Killed in Fresh Boko Haram Attacks in Borno
  84. Nigeria: Gunmen Attack Banks in Kaduna
  85. Guinea: Nation Votes in Delayed Poll
  86. Nigeria: Fresh New PDP Emerges in Katsina
  87. Kenya: Eight Mall Attack Suspects Held
  88. Sudan: New Protests Hit Khartoum, Omdurman
  89. Somalia: Armed Men Attack Somali, Kenyan Military Bases
  90. Kenya: U.S Warns Citizens Against Travelling to Kenya
  91. Kenya: Attack Reveals Gaping Security Holes
  92. Zimbabwe: Town Hospital Hit by Drug Shortages
  93. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Attacks West, Prompts Walk-Out From U.S Delegates
  94. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai 'Going Nowhere' - Spokesman
  95. Zambia: Govt Lands U.S $38 Million for Climate Change
  96. Zimbabwe: VP Mujuru Reads Riot Act
  97. Zimbabwe: Poachers Syndicate Operated for Five Years, Court Told
  98. Zimbabwe: Govt Requires U.S $60 Million to Pay Zambian Grain
  99. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Policies Are for Zim, U.S Told
  100. Is misleading the public a duty of CNN?
  101. Namibian farmers grappling with mushroom projects
  102. Inaugural meeting of the High Level Committee (HLC) on the post 2015 development Agen
  103. Africa Day: Ministers reconfirm Africa’s commitment to ensure sustainable development
  104. Kenya mall store run by attackers, associates
  105. Liberia: CDC Not Behind Demonstration in U.S. - Secretary General Mcgill
  106. Tale of three coaches
  107. Pagels, you said Pagels who?
  108. The Iron Lady of Zim boxing
  109. Robber gets 50 years
  110. Zanu-PF policies are for Zim, US told
  111. Poachers syndicate operated for five years, court told
  112. Cst Chiginya testifys in Komichi case
  113. Consider plight of nurses, Govt urged
  114. Govt requires US$60m to pay Zambian grain
  115. Ministry moves to end Harare water woes
  116. Egypt: FM - We Will Use Military Force Against Those Attacking Egypt's Borders
  117. Egypt: U.S. Shows Support to Egypt At International Institutions - U.S. Diplomat
  118. Egypt: Coming Parliament Probes Setting Anti-Corruption Commission, Isolating Mubarak
  119. Egypt: Egypt Stopped Selling of 800 Artifacts in London
  120. Tunisia: Tunisia Ruling Party, Opposition Lock Horns
  121. Liberia: Sirleaf's Son Denies Oil Payments
  122. Africa: Some Nations Cut Child Deaths
  123. Liberia: Mixed Reaction to Charles Taylor Verdict
  124. Mali: Tuareg Rebels Suspend Peace Talks With Govt
  125. Kenya: Mall Hostages Tortured, Says Doctor
  126. Sudan: Dozens Die in Clashes With Police
  127. Somalia: Al Shabaab Leader Lauds 'Westgate Mujahidin'
  128. South Sudan: State Calls for New Prison After Killings
  129. Sudan: UN Human Rights Office Urges Restraint As Death Toll in Fuel Protests Rises
  130. Swaziland: Unionist Enters Parliament to Lobby for Change
  131. Zimbabwe: Poachers Jailed for Poisoning Elephants
  132. South Africa: Signing of e-Tolling Bill Gets Mixed Reactions
  133. Zambia: Opposition MPs Stage Walk Out
  134. Africa: Activists Call for Tourist Boycott
  135. Zimbabwe: Bulawayo Business Group Sets Out Plans for City's Revival
  136. Zimbabwe: Diaspora Diaries Interview With U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe
  137. Mali: The Appeal of the Shadows and the Destruction of Democracy
  138. Tanzania: Maasai Celebrate as Eviction Plan Scrapped
  139. Western Sahara: Morocco Rights Violations Persist - Rights Groups
  140. Tunisia: Building the New Tunisia On Trust
  141. Libya: Premier Urges Backiing for Democracy
  142. Western Sahara: Western Sahara in Numbers
  143. Egypt: FM - Egyptian-U.S. Relations Not to Boil Down to Aid Issue
  144. Liberia: Taylor Fails to Escape 50-Year Jail Term
  145. Guinea: Youth Vote for Jobs
  146. Nigeria: Jonathan Bemoans 70% School Dropout Rate
  147. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader Shekau Claims Responsibility for Borno Killings
  148. Gambia: State-Owned TV Broadcaster Detained Incommunicado for Days
  149. Sudan: Bashir Cancels Trip to UN in New York
  150. Sudan: Army Deployed, Internet Cut After Deadly Protests
  151. Tanzania: Schoolgirls Pinched, Prodded and Expelled for Being Pregnant
  152. Kenya: Gunmen Attack Police Post
  153. South Africa: False Passport for 'White Widow' Linked to Mall Siege?
  154. Zambia: Two Years On for Sata - the Success Story and Its Dark Side
  155. South Africa: Mandela is 'Sitting Up' - Report
  156. Africa: Treating Diabetes - Not Easy As Pumpkin Pie
  157. Africa: Providing Income to Poor Household Is Key to Successful Development, Malawi S
  158. Africa: At UN, Zambian President Stresses Importance of Global Partnerships for Devel
  159. Africa: Don't Touch Me On My Statistics
  160. South Africa: Mdluli Ruling Affects Zuma - Analyst
  161. Lingering questions on mall attack
  162. Gunmen run amok in Kenya
  163. China wants consensus
  164. Lessons from Germany
  165. David Moyes relieved
  166. Hernandez ruins Suarez’s return
  167. Venus back to her best to book semi-final spot
  168. Rooney eyes Mbada Diamonds Cup
  169. Chihoro rallies DeMbare
  170. Where does Zim football stand?
  171. Libya: Legislators Run Defamation Risk
  172. Egypt: Freedom of Information Falls Prey to Military Crackdown
  173. Egypt: First Draft of Amended Constitution Out Next Week - Moussa
  174. Tunisia: Motion of No Confidence Against Ben Jaafer Signed By 30 Deputies
  175. Egypt: Agriculture Minister - Talks With Ethiopia On Renaissance Dam Continues
  176. Liberia: Will Charles Taylor Go Home?
  177. Nigeria: Boko Haram Leader Says He's Alive
  178. Cape Verde: Soccer Whirlwind Blows Out
  179. Liberia: Court to Rule On Taylor Appeal
  180. Nigeria: Obasanjo's Sister Owns Building Where Squatters Killed - Report
  181. East Africa: U.S. Moves Drones From Key Base
  182. Kenya: Attack Underlines Strength of Al-Shabaab Radicals
  183. Somalia: Kenya-Based Scholar Under Fire Over Al Shabaab
  184. Tanzania: From Tanzania to Brazil in the Hold of a Ship
  185. Burundi: U.S. Group Aims to Boost Family Planning Via Soap Opera
  186. Swaziland: Elected Activist Calls for Change
  187. South Africa: Judge Orders Top Cop Charged
  188. Mozambique: Guebuza Succession Dilemma
  189. South Africa: Zimbabwean Man Dies in Police Cell
  190. South Africa: Mining House Settles Health Suit
  191. Africa: South Africa Calls for Level Playing Field in Post-2015 Development Agenda
  192. Africa: President of Mozambique Urges International Support for Hotspots
  193. South Africa: Zuma's Challenge to the United Nations
  194. Zim has a lot to offer — envoy
  195. President addresses UN General Assembly today
  196. Women urged to claim stake in mainstream economy
  197. ‘Civil service salaries cause for concern’
  198. Preparations for Zanu-PF annual conference begin
  199. Mwonzora to stand trial for abusing Trust property
  200. Father whips son to death for dodging school
  201. Panner stabbed over illegal panning site
  202. 12 witnesses for Komichi case
  203. US$100m loan facility for agric
  204. North Africa: Nairobi Attack Resonates in Maghreb
  205. Egypt: Mursi Supporters Protest Outside UN Office
  206. Libya: Thousands Detained in Libya Outside State Control
  207. Egypt: Ban is Political, Says Senior Brotherhood Member
  208. North Africa: Keeping Your Government Honest - Access to Information in the Middle Ea
  209. Egypt: ANHRI Condemns Targeting Journalists
  210. Nigeria: Reforms Deliver "High Returns" - Trade & Investment Minister Aganga
  211. Mali: Serious Misconduct, Sexual Abuse Alleged Against UN Peacekeepers
  212. Nigeria: Who Still Refuses Polio Vaccine?
  213. West Africa: Disabled Children Face Abuse, Risk of Death
  214. Mali: UN Agencies Appeal for Urgent Support as Food Crisis Grips Northern Mali
  215. Kenya: President Announces Three Days of Mourning
  216. Kenya: Soldiers Die of Wounds After Mall Rescue Mission
  217. Kenya: Nairobi Attack Exposes Flawed U.S. Terror Policies
  218. Kenya: Troops 'Meeting No Resistance' at Westgate Mall
  219. Nigeria: Kenya Attack - Nigeria's Shopping Malls Beef Up Security
  220. Zimbabwe: Claim 2 Million Will Need Food Aid in Zimbabwe Exaggerates (a Real) Problem
  221. Zimbabwe: More than 80 Elephants Poisoned
  222. Zimbabwe: Hwange Cyanide Elephant Death Toll Reaches 81
  223. Angola: Chiyaka King Benjamim Sousa Dies
  224. Swaziland: No Change After Swazi Election
  225. Zimbabwe: Madhuku to Quit NCA, Form Political Party
  226. Mozambique: Renamo - Govt Talks Reach Deadlock Again
  227. Zambia: Sata to Outline Zambia's Vision
  228. President attends UN General Assembly official opening
  229. S Sudan gives Zim poll thumbs-up, eyes increased co-operation
  230. Standing room only as Parly gets down to businesss
  231. Sadc engaging West over sanctions, says Zulu
  232. Farmers urge traditional leaders to preserve natural resources
  233. Bus operators warned
  234. 60 tractors distributed
  235. Varsities’ officers visit
  236. Irrigation vital
  237. MDC-T Chiredzi leader fined for poking President’s portrait
  238. Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Activities Banned
  239. Tunisia: Football Fans Turn to Politics
  240. Egypt: Presidential Candidacy of Sisi Is Sentimental
  241. Egypt: CAPMAS - 1.17 Million Egyptians Officially Worked Abroad in 2012
  242. Tunisia: Withdrawn NCA Members Support UGTT Administrative Commission Decisions - Sal
  243. Liberia: Charles Taylor's Family Look to Divine Intervention
  244. Liberia: Press Union Launches Campaign to Free Imprisoned Journalist
  245. Nigeria: Jonathan to Detractors - Allow Me to Do My Job
  246. Liberia: Two Retired From Nocal
  247. Liberia: Rwanda Is an Eye-Opener - Says Senator Taylor
  248. Somalia: Militia Rob Nation of Healthcare
  249. Kenya: More Hostages Freed at Westgate Mall - Police Chief
  250. Kenya: Forces Have 'Control of All Floors' at Westgate Mall