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  1. Kenya: Poll Puts Uhuru as the Front-Runner
  2. Rwanda: Genocide Suspect Found Guilty, Stripped of U.S. Citizenship
  3. Uganda: DR Congo Peace Agreement to be Signed
  4. South Africa: Blade Runner Granted Bail
  5. Zimbabwe: Suffering Amid Zimbabwe's Diamond Fields of Plenty
  6. Mozambique: Mozambican Farmers Fear Foreign Land Grabs
  7. South Africa: Pistorius Gets Bail Amid Questions
  8. South Africa: Nair Sets Bail for Pistorius
  9. South Africa: Pistorius Case Will Put Spotlight On SA Judiciary
  10. Swaziland: Swazi King's Paper Suspends MD
  11. Swaziland: Bloated Elite Ignores Swazi Youth
  12. Dhoruba bin-Wahad, Cynthia McKinney, Correcting Manning Marable and More Radical Audi
  13. Africa: Closing the Gap - Meet Aims to End Extreme Poverty
  14. Cameroon: France Denies Cameroon Hostages Are Free
  15. Mali: Fighting in Gao, Car Bomb in Kidal
  16. Liberia: Petroleum Company Reports New Oil Find
  17. Nigeria: Senate Okays Death Penalty for Terrorists
  18. Kenya: Post-Election Rape Survivors Sue Govt
  19. Kenya: Gunmen Kill Seven At Mosque in Border Town
  20. Sudan: Egypt Will Join ICC but Ensure That Sudan's Bashir Is Safe From Arrest - Offic
  21. South Sudan: Jonglei Rebel Leader Demands UN Mediation in Peace Talks
  22. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Bans More NGOs Over 'Illegal Acts'
  23. South Africa: Police Investigator Pulled Off Blade-Runner Case
  24. South Africa: 'Rape Not Treated Seriously'
  25. South Africa: Do Police Arrests Reduce Crime?
  26. South Africa: Pistorius's Bail Application Continues
  27. Swaziland: IMF Confirms Economy in Trouble
  28. South Africa: Congressional Delegation Applauds Launch of US-South Africa Business Co
  29. Zambia: LAZ Oppose Premature Calls On Rupiah's Immunity
  30. Zimbabwe: Police Ban 'Radios' in Zimbabwe
  31. Egypt: Civil Disobedience in Port Said Enters Fourth Day
  32. Egypt: ElBaradei Says Egypt 'Back to Dark Ages of Brutality'
  33. Egypt: Court Allows Bearded Policemen to Return to Work
  34. Tunisia: Prime Minister Jebali Resigns
  35. Tunisia: PM Announces Resignation
  36. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo Appears Before the ICC
  37. West Africa: Why Sahel Needs U.S. $1.6bn Again This Year
  38. Nigeria: 15 Russians Remanded in Prison Over Arms Importation
  39. Liberia: Govt Launches Appeal for U.S.$37 Million Humanitarian Aid
  40. Mali: U.S.$7.5m Plan to Save Cultural Treasures
  41. Africa: Chad Hosts Al-Bashir as Côte d'Ivoire Joins ICC
  42. Somalia: Somalis Enjoy First Major Music Concert in Two Decades
  43. Kenya: Kenyatta Campaigners Slam Focus on Hague Court Case
  44. Kenya: Somalis Face Urban Ejection
  45. Uganda: Missed Opportunity in the Oil Debates
  46. Zimbabwe: Ethnic Politics on the Campaign Trail
  47. Malawi: Striking Workers Threaten to Close Airport - Report
  48. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Birthday Bash - Time to Party or Retire?
  49. South Africa: 'Justice Is Blind - but Not in the Case of Gender Violence'
  50. South Africa: Screams During Pistorius Shooting - Witness
  51. Angola: In Angola, the Generals Will Be Just Fine
  52. Zimbabwe: New Elections Boss Appointed
  53. Zambia: Hichilema Resolved to Fight Human Rights Abuses
  54. Nigeria: Lent - Hope in Times of Suffering
  55. Nigeria: Legendary Actor Justus Esiri Passes On
  56. South Africa: Bling, Bling You're Dead
  57. Egypt: UN Concerned Over Egypt's Draft Demonstrations Law
  58. Egypt: President Restores Free Zone to Port Said
  59. Egypt: Agricultural Minister - Lands Not for Sale to Foreigners
  60. South Africa: Business People Urged to Explore Opportunities in South Africa and Egyp
  61. Egypt: SCC Refuses Elections Law
  62. Nigeria: Cellphone Connects Farmer and Fish Eagle
  63. Cote d'Ivoire: Confirmation of Charges Hearing in the Case of Laurent Gbagbo Before t
  64. Nigeria: Jonathan Personally Promised Not to Run in 2015, a Denial Today Is Barefaced
  65. Nigeria: UK Court Rejects Akingbola's Appeal Bid
  66. Nigeria: Nigerian Fraudster Jailed Two Years for Involvement in Lotto Scam
  67. Uganda: The Power of Prevention During Epidemic Outbreaks
  68. Kenya: Media Magnifies Hate Speech - Again
  69. Kenya: Hundreds Displaced by Violent Cattle Raids
  70. Africa: Polling Time in Kenya and Zimbabwe
  71. Kenya: New U.S. Ambassador to Kenya
  72. Zimbabwe: Group Files Application to Stop Referendum
  73. South Africa: Paralympian Pistorius Charged With Premeditated Murder
  74. Swaziland: Swazi Police Break Up Prayer Meeting
  75. Swaziland: The King's Ransom - The Nation's Suffering Economy
  76. Zimbabwe: Govt Chooses New Human Rights Chief
  77. Malawi: IMF Reaches Agreement With Malawi on Extended Credit Facility Second Review
  78. Uganda: Unleashing Country's Regional Trade Potential
  79. Zimbabwe: EU Criticised After Lifting Zim Targeted 'Sanctions' Against 21
  80. Nigeria: Opposition Parties Slam Presidency Over Patience Jonathan Saga
  81. Nigeria: Explosion Rocks Lagos
  82. Mali: The Regional Threat Posed By Mali's Militants
  83. Mali: Experts at UN Forum Adopt Plan to Safeguard Mali's Cultural Heritage
  84. Guinea: A Way Out of the Election Quagmire
  85. South Sudan: Sudanese Lost Boy Returns Home Bearing Gifts
  86. Sudan: Doctors Carry Out Amputation Sentence
  87. Kenya: Rising Insecurity in Northern Kenya
  88. Uganda: Students to Make Smart Phones
  89. Ethiopia: High Court Judge Suspect in Receiving Bribe
  90. South Africa: Ramphele's New Party and the Country's Political Economy
  91. Swaziland: The Struggle to Keep Primary Schools Free
  92. Africa: South Africa - Most Attractive Place to Do Business?
  93. Mozambique: Prosecutors to Investigate Smuggling of Timber
  94. South Africa: New Party Platform's Leader 'Goading South Africans' - Ruling Party
  95. Zimbabwe: Constitution Committee Begins Publicity Campaign
  96. South Africa: The Criminal Injustice System
  97. Ethiopia: Ethiopian to Provide Lifeline for Air Malawi
  98. Nigeria: To Fight Unemployment, Agencies Should Cooperate
  99. Sudan: 'Airstrike South Jebel Marra Leaves Several Dead'
  100. Rwanda: Budget - Public-Private Partnerships Pivotal
  101. Morocco: Renewable Energy Taking Off
  102. Egypt: Hisham Qandil Must Provide Protection to the Journalists and the Media-Profess
  103. Egypt: Egyptians Tackle Age-Old Problem With Brand New Technology
  104. Algeria: Trial of Algerian Baby-Trafficking Doctor Adjourned As Five Accused Stay in
  105. Nigeria: Terrorism, Kidnapping - Army to Raise Special Task Force - Army Chief
  106. Nigeria: Fighting Cybercrimes Through Legislation
  107. Nigeria: Calling the Russian Bluff
  108. Zimbabwe/Cameroon: Zifa Secures Air Ticket for Jailed Eto'o
  109. Tanzania: Public Broadcasting's Role Revisited
  110. Tanzania: High Maternal, Infant Deaths Rock Handeni
  111. Kenya: Court Gives Kenyatta and Ruto Green Light to Run in Polls
  112. South Sudan: South Sudan Accuses Khartoum of Fresh Bombardments in Unity State
  113. Sudan: SPLM-N to Hold Talks With Sudanese Government in March - Arman
  114. Swaziland: King in Control - Election Meaningless
  115. Zimbabwe: Schools Turned Into Factories of Failure
  116. South Africa: AG Must Investigate Lulu Xingwana?s R2.1 Million Expenditure On Furnitu
  117. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Re-Calls Green Bombers
  118. Zimbabwe: Traffic Police Continue to Demand Bribes
  119. Lesotho: Blood Center Strengthens Lesotho's Health Care Sector
  120. Central Africa: Central Africa's Anglicans Helping Women Tackle Violence
  121. Mozambique: Cholera Disinformation Leads to Clashes
  122. North Africa: What Lies Ahead for Tunisia?
  123. Mali: Why the Hardest Part Is Yet to Come
  124. Djibouti: Coalition Parties Hold Rallies Ahead February 22 Parliamentary Polls
  125. Zimbabwe: Vote Peacefully, Says President
  126. Zimbabwe: More Byo Companies On Verge of Collapse
  127. Africa: Six Nations Bid to Host 2019 Afcon
  128. Egypt: Protesters Open Govt Building After Four-Day Shut Down
  129. Egypt: Thousands Rally At Cairo University for Pro-Mursi Demonstration
  130. Tunisia: Chokri Belaid's Assassination - A Bullet in the Heart of the Revolution?
  131. Egypt: Cabinet Approves Law Regulating Demonstration
  132. Liberia: Armed Forces to Deploy to Mali in March
  133. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Cease-Fire or Ceaseless Fire?
  134. West Africa: Finding a Fix - the Rise of Drug Trafficking and Usage
  135. West Africa: Tackling Drug Trafficking in West Africa
  136. Sudan: Hepatitis E Affects Thousands, Kills 111 in South Sudan Refugee Camps
  137. Kenya: Kenyan Suspects Seek ICC Trial Delay
  138. Sudan: Insecurity and Human Rights Issues Among Challenges for South Sudan - UN Envoy
  139. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Pushes Out Elections Boss
  140. Zimbabwe: Polling Stations to Open for 12 Hours During Referendum
  141. Zimbabwe: Thousands of Cattle Die After a Dry Spell in Zimbabwe
  142. South Africa: SA President Must Hand Over Zim Report
  143. Zambia: Former First Lady Thandiwe Banda Faces Arrest
  144. Zambia: Sata Invited to Asian Forum
  145. South Africa: Safa Suspends Match Officials Implicated in the Phil Setshedi Case
  146. Somalia: Mufti of Puntland Killed Inside Garowe Mosque, Terrorist Killer Captured
  147. Liberia: Army Will Have Liberian Chief of Staff By 2014 - Minister
  148. Mali: Nation Sets July 7 to Hold Elections
  149. Liberia: Bulletproof Jeep for Sirleaf's Son?
  150. Central Africa: Saving a Shrinking Lake (2)
  151. Mali: Impending Planting Season At Risk
  152. Somalia: New Friends, Old Debts, and the Road to Recovery
  153. Uganda: Uganda Earns U.S.$2 Million From Oil in Northern Uganda
  154. Tanzania: Warming Seas Frustrate Zanzibar's Seaweed Farmers
  155. Tanzania: On Media Manipulation and Hypocrisy
  156. Malawi: Joyce Banda - Between Saving the Economy and Winning Elections
  157. South Africa: Blade Runner Charged with Premeditated Murder
  158. South Africa: Petrol Price May Jump
  159. Namibia: Speedy Service Delivery a Must
  160. Namibia: Dearth of Magistrates Delays Justice
  161. Swaziland: Swazi State TV Boss Sacked By Minister
  162. Namibia: Cattle Between Angola-Namibia a Headache
  163. Zimbabwe: ZEC Integrity Still Doubtful
  164. Malcolm X, Mass Media and Symbolism and Dispatches from Suffering Immigrants in Austr
  165. Nigeria: Kolade Should Mind His Integrity
  166. Sudan: Rights Groups Call for Blocking Bashir's Visit to Chad
  167. Sudan: Restricted Access Hampers Humanitarian Aid in North Darfur - Oxfam
  168. Libya: Prime Minister Debates Border Control, Security with French President
  169. Egypt: New Law Aims to Criminalize Peaceful Protest
  170. Africa: Talking Africa at the 12th Islamic Summit
  171. Tunisia: Violence and the Salafi Challenge
  172. Africa: World Bank Supports Good Governance, Solid Waste Management in Morocco
  173. Burkina Faso: French MP Demands Inquiry Into Murder of Thomas Sankara
  174. Cameroon: Country Clamps Down on Roadside Cocoa Driers
  175. Sudan: Sudan Army Denies Presence of Mali Militants in Darfur
  176. Cote d'Ivoire: AFC Financed EURO 270 Million Henri Konan Bedi Bridge
  177. Sierra Leone: Commonwealth Observer Group Issues Final Report on 2012 Elections
  178. Kenya: Deputy Prime Minister Requests to be Tried Via Video
  179. Kenya: Politicians Attend Hague Hearing Via Video
  180. Burundi: On Youth and Life in Burundi
  181. Rwanda: Budget Revised Due to Aid Suspensions
  182. South Africa: Top Athlete Allegedly Kills Girlfriend
  183. Mozambique: How Does One Flood Proof a Country?
  184. Angola: National Assembly Approves 2013 State Budget
  185. Swaziland: Campaign to Release Student Leader
  186. South Africa: Pistorius to Appear Later
  187. South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Shock News
  188. South Africa: Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Policing Public Violence in South Afr
  189. Namibia: Proposed Carbon Tax Could Burden Consumers
  190. University of Arizona Hip Hop Minor Isn’t A Joke, Just Irrelevant
  191. Egypt: Court Suppresses YouTube Over Islam Video
  192. Tunisia: Lack of Trust and Murderous Rivalries
  193. Libya: New Delay for Kadhafi PM Trial
  194. Egypt: Presidency - Egypt Passes Through Critical Phase, We Call for National Consens
  195. Egypt: Oil-Refining Industry Plays Key Role in Providing Energy
  196. Mali: West African Troops Arrive
  197. Nigeria: Super Eagles Have Landed
  198. Nigeria: Hardship Hits Nigerian Troops in Mali As Officers Solicit Food From Locals
  199. West Africa: Security in the Sahel and the West's Military Fixation
  200. Nigeria: Beyond Afcon 2013
  201. Kenya: Election Violence Victims Sue State
  202. Uganda: Uganda to Launch Its First Space Observer
  203. Sudan: One Million Trapped in Warzone Without Aid
  204. Uganda: How Has Museveni Stayed in Power?
  205. Kenya: Fear and Flight in Nairobi's Eastleigh As Police Accused of Harassing Refugees
  206. Zimbabwe: Voters to Decide on New Constitution in March
  207. Zimbabwe: Voters to Decide on New Constitution
  208. South Africa: Why the Internation Energy Chief's Visit Matters
  209. South Africa: Women March Over Nude Facebook Photos
  210. Mozambique: Down in the Dumps - Maputo's Mighty Municipal Landfill
  211. Zimbabwe: The Country's Fraught Relationship with the UK
  212. Zimbabwe: Electoral Chief Steps Down
  213. South Africa: Continued Existence of Shacks is a Real Scandal
  214. Egypt: Protesters Block Key Bridge, Train Line
  215. Mali: Displaced Civilians Are Destitute, Says Red Cross
  216. Sudan: Bashir to Visit Chad, Libya Despite ICC Warrant
  217. Egypt: Torture Ties the Egyptian Government to a Brutal Past
  218. Egypt: Presidency Says No Possibility of Ministerial Reshuffle
  219. Nigeria: Boko Haram Attacks Cripple Trade
  220. Guinea: Plane Crash in Liberia Kills Top Military Officials
  221. Nigeria: Inside Story of Football Coach's Resignation
  222. Mali: Al Qaeda Group Calls for Jihad Against France Over Mali
  223. Chad: European Court Jails Child Smugglers
  224. Kenya: Prime Minister Taunts Rival Over War Crimes Court
  225. Kenya: President Vetoes Climate Authority Bill
  226. Kenya: First Presidential Debate Held in Kenya
  227. Uganda: Late Lawmaker's Sister Wins By-Election
  228. Namibia: Forty-Three Acquitted in Treason Trial
  229. Zimbabwe: Lobby Group Calls for Diamond Sanctions
  230. Zimbabwe: Court Orders Mugabe Minister Off Mine
  231. Zambia: Forbes Magazine Criticises Sata's Democratic Record
  232. South Africa: Examining the Roots of Rape
  233. Africa: Top Afcon Players Named
  234. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Elections Boss Resigns
  235. Zimbabwe: UNDP Approves Zimbabwe Request for Election Money
  236. Hating The (Violent) Messenger, But Not The Message: The Dorner Case Brings Up Echoes
  237. Join Us April 4! COINTELPRO and the 45th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. King
  238. Zimbabwe: Police Force Their Way Into Peace Project Offices in Hillside
  239. Egypt: Call for Investigation Into Post-Revolution Deaths in Egypt
  240. Egypt: Protesters Block Entrance to Tahrir's Mogamma
  241. Tunisia: Nation Seeks Path to Unity
  242. Egypt: Nour Party - President Willing to Discuss Our Initiative in National Dialogue
  243. Egypt: U.S.$72 Billion Expected Investments in Oil Sector
  244. Guinea: Top Military Officials Die in Plane Crash
  245. Nigeria/Burkina Faso: Super Eagles Fans Have Plenty to Look Forward To
  246. Nigeria: Equities Take Lead in New Scramble for Africa
  247. Gambia: Kofi Annan Launches Initiative Against Drugs
  248. Nigeria/Burkina Faso: Keshi Leads Super Eagles to Victory - Again
  249. Sudan: Khartoum Signs Ceasefire With Darfur Rebels
  250. South Sudan: UN to Probe Reported Killing of 100