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  1. Nigeria: Promotion Scandal Hits Electoral Commission
  2. Africa: Will African Artifacts Ever Be Returned?
  3. Nigeria: We Suspect Some Kidnapped Setraco Staff May Be Alive - Jonathan
  4. Rwanda: Fugitive Congo Warlord Surrenders
  5. Somalia: Mogadishu Car Bomb Kills Civilians, Schoolchildren
  6. Uganda: Accessing Health Services - Boda Boda to the Rescue!
  7. Somalia: Court Frees Journalist Who Wrote Rape Story
  8. Somalia: Intelligence Official Targeted in Suicide Car Bomb Attack
  9. Zambia: World Bank to Help Reduce Poverty
  10. Zambia: Amid Chaos and Controversy, Banda's Immunity Removed
  11. Zimbabwe: African Lawyers Condemn Arrest of Beatrice Mtetwa
  12. South Africa: How to Revolutionize Mining to Drive Economic Growth
  13. Mozambique: Mozambique Turns to Technology in Battle Against Tuberculosis
  14. Zimbabwe: Arrests Overshadow Referendum Vote
  15. Zimbabwe: Youth Leader Aims to End Mugabe Dominance
  16. Kenya: Kenyatta Free to Visit Botswana Despite Warning
  17. Rwanda: Congo Refugees, Combatants Flood Rwanda
  18. Rwanda: The New Pope Should Bring New Hope
  19. Uganda: Girls Trafficked to South Sudan
  20. Kenya: Coalition of Reform and Democracy Finally Files Poll Petition
  21. Kenya: What Will Kenyatta's Election Mean for Country's Asians?
  22. Sudan: Sudan Coup Attempt Trial Shrouded in Secrecy
  23. Chad: Chad Urged to Execute Arrest Warrant Against Sudanese Leader
  24. Rwanda: New Detection System Critical in Enhancing Healthcare
  25. Zambia: Dying On a Prayer - Preachers Tell Citizens to Stop Taking ARVs
  26. Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Show Little Interest in Referendum
  27. Zimbabwe: Police Arrests and Raids a Day After Referendum
  28. Zimbabwe: Referendum Characterised By Intimidation and Voter Apathy
  29. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Top Lawyer Arrested Soon After Referendum
  30. Zambia: Rupiah Banda Loses Immunity
  31. Zambia: Chinese Firm Awarded Kr562 Million Road Contract
  32. Zimbabwe: Polls Close in Zimbabwe Referendum
  33. Women Tell Some of the Untold Story of the Rise and Fall of the Hip-Hop Political Con
  34. Egypt: PM Renews Respect for Constitutional Court Rulings
  35. Egypt: Presidency - Egypt Will Not Forget Martyrs Who Sacrificed Their Souls
  36. Egypt: Morsi - Egypt Is Passing Through Critical Conditions
  37. Egypt: Cabinet Prepares a Bill Allowing Passengers to Hold Amounts Exceeding U.S $10.
  38. Egypt: Sisi - Egypt's Army Will Revenge Murder of Our Soldiers in Rafah
  39. Liberia: Sirleaf Speaks On 'Fixing Education System'
  40. Angola: President Sends Messages to Counterparts
  41. Ghana: UN Human Rights Council - Adoption of the Outcome of Ghana's UPR - Item 6
  42. Nigeria: Anambra Elections - the Past, Present and Future
  43. Nigeria: Nsukka-Based Biz Man Drags Ex-Minister, Driver to Court
  44. Sudan: Chad Should Arrest Al-Bashir - Human Rights Watch
  45. South Sudan: Exchanging Daughters for Livestock
  46. Ethiopia: Keeping Pastoralist Children in School in Ethiopia
  47. Kenya: UN Human Rights Monitoring Team Praises Kenya for Successful Election Process
  48. Egypt: FM - PM's Juba Visit 'Important'
  49. Zimbabwe: Zimbabweans Determine Their Own Destiny Today - Tsvangirai
  50. Zimbabwe: Voting Peaceful, With Observers Missing from Some Stations
  51. Zimbabwe: Zec Outlines Rules for March 16 Referendum
  52. Southern Africa: SADC Observers Satisfied With Preps
  53. Zimbabwe: Referendum Update - Voting Continues Despite Low Turn-Out
  54. Southern Africa: SADC Observers Satisfied With Preps
  55. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Constitutional Referendum Debate
  56. Southern Africa: Angola Takes Up SADC Police Chair
  57. North Africa: Maghreb Countries Wrap Up Military Exercise
  58. Libya: Libyan PM Zidan Meets Barack Obama
  59. Libya: Security of Christian Communities 'Precarious' - Archbishop
  60. Egypt: Women Stand Up to Wave of Injustice and Violence
  61. Egypt: No Dialogue with Presidency - Opposition
  62. Africa: Niger, DRC and Mozambique at Bottom of Development Index
  63. Mali: Call to End Neglect of Emergency Education in Mali
  64. Liberia: Mary Broh Gives Reason Why She Resigned
  65. Liberia: Renegotiated Oil Agreement Signed
  66. Liberia: Our Renewed Call to the 53rd Legislature
  67. Uganda: Has Sexual Minority Movement Failed?
  68. South Sudan: Is All Well in the Teak Forests of South Sudan?
  69. Uganda: Ugandan Chess Prodigy to Play Bill Gates
  70. East Africa: Being Black Is No Joy for Somalians and Ethiopians in Yemen
  71. Ethiopia: Ethiopian National Defense Forces Killed 6 Civilians
  72. Malawi: 'Calamity Creep' Threatens Hungry Children
  73. Zimbabwe: Last Ditch Attempt to Have Referendum Postponed
  74. Mozambique: Govt Wants to Normalise Life After Floods
  75. South Africa: Two Killed, Thousands Homeless After Stellenbosch Fire
  76. Southern Africa: Zimbabwe Police Ban Radios in Run Up to Elections
  77. Southern Africa: World Bank Support for Boosting Food Production in Malawi, Mozambiqu
  78. Zimbabwe: Referendum Result To Shape Destiny of Zimbabwe
  79. Rwanda: U.S. Could Have Saved 300,000 Tutsis in Genocide - Clinton
  80. Sierra Leone: Govt Must Continue to Maintain Gains From Transition - UN Official
  81. Nigeria: We Are Not Ghosts, Boko Haram Tells Jonathan
  82. Liberia: Liberia is More Than Half a Billion Dollars in Debt - Senate
  83. West Africa: The New ECOWAS Counter-Terrorism Strategy and its Implications
  84. Nigeria: Presidency Defends Pardon to Alams, Others
  85. Eritrea: Exit Eritrea - How Could It All End for Isaias Afewerki?
  86. Uganda: Uganda Feeling Pinch of Kenya Election Week
  87. Kenya: Serial Abortions Becoming Cool in Kenya
  88. Kenya: Uhuru Starts Crafting His Cabinet
  89. Somalia: Govt Appoints Committee to Probe Dead Bodies
  90. Malawi: Mutharika's Brother Among Several Held On Treason Charges
  91. Malawi: Lifelong HIV Treatment for Pregnant Women Prevents Infection in Children - St
  92. Zimbabwe: Grim Food Security Outlook for Zimbabwe
  93. Zambia: Sata 'Cooks' Employment Figures
  94. Swaziland: Swazi Youth to Rally Against Election
  95. Namibia: Khomas HIV/Aids Prevalence Rate Drops
  96. Namibia: Academic Fraudsters to Hear Sentence Next Week
  97. Namibia: Aviation Consultants Counter-Sue Govt for N$21m
  98. Kenya: Raila Defends Election Petition
  99. Swaziland: Sikhuphe Deals With Bogus Airlines
  100. Africa: Drawing in U.S., China and Finance Critical to Climate Deal
  101. Tunisia: PM-Designate Outline Priorities for New Govt
  102. Egypt: Opposition Claims It Wasn't Invited to National Dialogue
  103. Morocco: World Bank Supports Competitiveness and Green Growth
  104. Libya: Tainted Alcohol Kills 51 Libyans
  105. Egypt: President Congratulates Patriarch of the Catholic Copts
  106. Mali: President Plays Down UN Atrocities Accusations
  107. Nigeria: Vaccine Suspicion Aggravates Measles Outbreak
  108. Togo: Media Blackout as Journalists Protest Against Repressive Law
  109. Mali: War Over, Now to Secure Peace
  110. Mali: Paper Continues to Publish, Despite Editor's Arrest
  111. Uganda: MPs Query Deployment of Police to Somalia
  112. Kenya: What Can We Learn From Uhuru's Victory?
  113. Madagascar: President Announces Election Date
  114. Zimbabwe: Many Zimbabweans Unaware of Impending Referendum
  115. Mozambique: Govt Lifts Flood Alert
  116. South Africa: Correctional Services Clarifies R2 Billion Spent On Consultants
  117. South Africa: Submission to the Dept. of Mineral Resources on Draft Mineral, Petroleu
  118. Swaziland: Govt Donated Maize Scandal Won't Die
  119. Mali: Stabilising Northern Mali - Different Approaches to Peace Operations
  120. Kenya: Kenya's Elections - Going Forward
  121. Africa: Mobile Phone Microscope Detects Worm Infections
  122. Zimbabwe: The Draft Constitution - By the Politicians, for the Politicians?
  123. Zimbabwe: Govt Borrows to Fund Referendum
  124. Swaziland: Govt Sells Maize Donated for Hungry
  125. Egypt: Presidency Says Only Police Responsible for Security
  126. Tunisia: Chokri Belaid Murder Suspect Caught in Algeria
  127. Morocco: Morocco Reveals First Press Freedom Report
  128. Libya: Security Incidents Rattle Libya
  129. Libya: Journalist Detained On Defamation Charges for Publication On Corruption
  130. Liberia: President Dismisses Ministers in Reshuffle
  131. Nigeria: Judiciary Workers Suspend Nationwide Strike
  132. Mali: UN Reports Serious Escalation of Retaliatory Violence By Government Troops
  133. Nigeria: Gunmen Attack Primary School, Injure Headmaster, Two Others
  134. Mali: How to Tackle Mali's Crisis in the Long Term
  135. East Africa: Coffee Pest Spreading to Other Crops in East Africa
  136. Tanzania: Opposition Adamant on Boycotting House Committee
  137. Uganda: Girl Kills Alleged Rapist, Faces Murder Charge
  138. South Sudan: Sudans Agree to Resume Oil Exports
  139. Tanzania: Intellectual Property Law Coming
  140. Zimbabwe: Exiled Zimbabweans Have Right to Vote
  141. Zimbabwe: Australia Eases Targeted Sanctions
  142. Southern Africa: Regional Leaders Look for Solutions to DRC Crisis
  143. Mozambique: Guebuza Thanks Australia for Its Past Assistance
  144. Mozambique: Police Use Water Cannon to Disperse Demobilised
  145. Mozambique: Deputies Affected By Public Probity Law Resign
  146. Zimbabwe: Assaulted for Dress Choice
  147. Zimbabwe: All Set for Francophonie Week
  148. Sierra Leone: Democracy Without Opposition
  149. Mali: Weeks for French Troops to Secure North?
  150. Liberia: Sirleaf Signs Multi-Million Dollar Oil Deal
  151. Liberia: Peacekeeping Mission to Reduce Troop Strength
  152. Liberia: Lawmakers Differ With U.S. Ambassador
  153. Eritrea: Imprisoned Eritreans Complain of Being Forced to Leave Israel
  154. Kenya: Simple Points to Take Away From 2013 Polls
  155. Kenya: ICC Prosecutor Withdraws Charges Related to 2007 Election Against Senior Kenya
  156. Kenya: ICC Prosecutor Drops Muthaura's Case
  157. South Sudan: President Orders Army Withdrawal from Border Areas
  158. Southern Africa: SADC Observers Jet in for Zimbabwe Referendum
  159. Zambia: Opposition Leader 'Ready to Die for Better Zambia'
  160. South Africa: Resentment As South Africa Speaks Business for Continent
  161. Zambia: State Agents Abduct Opposition Spokesman's Wife
  162. South Africa: Avoiding Stray Bullets - the Need for Improved Firearms Control
  163. Mozambique: The Tough Life of Mozambican Doctors
  164. Mozambique: Sanitation, Power Problems Plagues Health Centre
  165. Africa: Global Arms Trade Treaty - a Beginners' Guide
  166. From the South Sudan to African America: Anti-Colonial Struggle Continues
  167. Egypt: Presidency - Qandil Gov't Remains in Power Until After Parliamentary Elections
  168. Egypt: Football Activity to Stop in Egypt Indefinitely
  169. Morocco: European Bank Partners With Morocco's BMCE On $75 Million Trade Financing to
  170. Zimbabwe/Egypt: Unlike Reinhard Fabisch, Who Had Previously Worked in Africa, Dieter-
  171. Egypt: Egyptian Parliamentary Delegation Eyes More German Investments, Tourism
  172. Nigeria: Islamists Claim Foreign Hostages Dead Amid Concern for French Sahel Captives
  173. Nigeria: Joint Task Force Kills 52 in Maiduguri Battle
  174. Sierra Leone: UN Peacekeeping - On the Front Lines to End Violence Against Women
  175. Burkina Faso: Le Drian Declares Mali Jihadis 70 Per Cent Wiped Out, Heads for Ouagado
  176. Nigeria: Lies About Nigeria Oil Blocs
  177. Kenya: Outgoing President Congratulates Uhuru
  178. Kenya: Kenya Remains Calm After Historic Election
  179. Kenya: Killers of Nine Cops Still At Large
  180. Uganda: Govt Stocks Up On Relief Food, Drugs Ahead of Heavy Rains
  181. South Sudan: Activists Launch Campaign for Female UN Chief
  182. South Africa: Mandela in Hospital for Check-Up
  183. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Rebrands, Rises From the Ashes
  184. Zimbabwe: Lessons From Kenya's Elections
  185. Zimbabwe: Prominent Human Rights Activist Under Siege Again
  186. Zimbabwe: NCA's Final Attempt to Halt Referendum
  187. Namibia: First 'Uranium Rush' Report Out
  188. Namibia: Pohamba Demands Return of Yandemufayo's Skull
  189. Southern Africa: SADC Ministers Agree On Election of New Secretariat
  190. Kenya: Obama's Half-Brother Flops in Kenyan Election
  191. Nigeria: 'It's Time for Female VP in Nigeria'
  192. Nigeria: Woman Speaks on Giving Birth to 'Three-Headed Baby'
  193. Nigeria: Why Measles Keeps Ravaging North
  194. Nigeria: Blackberry Presents Z10 Smartphone in Nigerian Market
  195. Nigeria: Find Police Commissioner Asadu's Killers
  196. Kenya: Odinga to Contest Result, Appeals for Peace
  197. East Africa: UN Chief Welcomes Border Agreements Between Sudan, South Sudan
  198. Kenya: Speech By President-Elect Uhuru Kenyatta
  199. Kenya: 'I Knew Uhuru Would Be President One Day'
  200. Namibia: 'Struggle Kids' Want to Sue Police
  201. Zimbabwe: Prominent Human Rights Defender 'Hunted Down'
  202. South Africa: Banyana Narrowly Lose to Republic of Ireland
  203. Zimbabwe: Unicef Urges Protection for Children From Potential Electoral Violence
  204. Zimbabwe: 'We Are Prepared for Both Polls'
  205. Zimbabwe: Government Confident On 'Yes' Vote
  206. Zimbabwe: Shooting of Kariba Killer Lions Torches Celebrations
  207. Southern Africa: SADC Gender Protocol Comes Into Force
  208. Kenya: ICC Plans Status Conference for Uhuru Kenyatta
  209. Tanzania: Editors' Forum Probes Brutal Attack on Journalist
  210. Nigeria: Taxi for Maternal Mortality
  211. Guinea: Violence Mars Political Progress
  212. Mali: Two French Militant Fighters Extradited From Mali
  213. Liberia: Former Police Chief Found Guilty of Corruption
  214. Senegal: Five Killed When Malians Clash With Burkinabé in Senegal Gold-Rush Village
  215. Kenya: Kenyatta Wins Presidency, Provisional Results Show
  216. Kenya: No Party Has Said It Will Reject Results - IEBC
  217. Kenya: Nyanza Poll Candidates Reject Results, Vow to Petition
  218. Kenya: Results From 68 Constituencies Awaited
  219. Kenya: Coalition Begins to Show the Strain
  220. Zimbabwe: The Country's Urban Housing Crisis
  221. Lesotho: Taking Care of the Hungry, Lonely and Elderly
  222. Swaziland: King Breaks Promise On Restraint
  223. South Africa: Children March On Women's Day
  224. Zimbabwe: Referendum ZEC Test Case
  225. Zimbabwe: Airzim to Acquire New Embraer Aircraft
  226. Zimbabwe: Panic Over Poll Funding
  227. Southern Africa: Tsvangirai Envoy Briefs SADC Leaders
  228. Somalia: Discontent Over UN Arms Embargo Decision
  229. Mozambique: South Africa Pledges Support to Mido Macia?s Family
  230. Libya: UN Calls for Peaceful Resolution of Disputes After Attack on Govt Official
  231. Tunisia: The Harlem Shake Tunisia-Style - Rocking the Body Politic
  232. Egypt: Police Officers Begin Strike in Tanta
  233. Egypt: Protests Rage on in Port Said
  234. Tunisia: Talks On Formation of Government Take New Turn
  235. Mali: French Defence Minister On Surprise Visit to North Mali
  236. Guinea: Amid Recent Violence, UN Peacebuilding Commission Appeals for Dialogue
  237. Liberia: President Sirleaf Accepts Resignation of Montserrado County Superintendent,
  238. Liberia: Rumours of Finance Minister's Death Denied
  239. Sierra Leone: 'Diverting Aid to Peacekeeping Will Not Help Development'
  240. Kenya: Uhuru's ICC Case Pushed to July 9
  241. Uganda: North Kivu Refugees Hope to Find Peace
  242. Kenya: Uhuru Muthaura ICC Cases Postponed
  243. Kenya: Hassan Exonerates IEBC From Malpractice
  244. Burundi: Govt Frees Journalist for Medical Care
  245. South Africa: Towards a Political Economy of Rape
  246. South Africa: Roots of the Crisis Facing the Police
  247. Zimbabwe: Electoral Body Starts Observer Accreditation for Referendum
  248. Tanzania: Journalist Brutally Attacked in Dar es Salaam
  249. Zimbabwe: Japan Unveils U.S.$5.6 Million in Support of Drought Relief Programme
  250. Swaziland: Unions to Boycott Election