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  1. Somalia: UK Should Show Leadership on Sexual Violence in Somalia
  2. Somalia: Syria, Somalia Were Most Dangerous Countries for Journalists in 2012
  3. Zimbabwe: 76 Inmates Await Hangman
  4. Zambia: Free Secondary Education Coming, Says Vice President
  5. Namibia: State May Appeal Incest Rape Sentence
  6. Southern Africa: SADC energy plan targets surplus, sets priorities
  7. Zimbabwe: Referendum a Needless Expense
  8. Zimbabwe: Zim Man Charged Over Photoshopped Mugabe Image
  9. Zimbabwe: MDC-T 'Big Guns' Unchallenged in Party Primaries
  10. Africa: UN Development Experts 'Going for Gold'
  11. Mali: French President Heads for Timbuktu
  12. Cape Verde/Ghana: Blacks Stars Cautious Over Clash With Giant-Killers
  13. South Africa/Mali: Bafana Face Big Test Against Mali
  14. West Africa: Ecowas Troops to Support Elections
  15. Congo-Kinshasa: How M23 Peace Deal Was Missed
  16. Rwanda: Germany Unblocks Aid to Rwanda
  17. Kenya: Mungiki Regroup Pre-Election in Search of Political Influence
  18. Kenya: Health Reforms Key Under New Governance
  19. Kenya: Growth Depends On Peaceful Polls - USAID
  20. Zimbabwe: Corruption Feeds On The Poor
  21. Nigeria: Okah Ruling Is a Judicial Triumph for South Africa, Continent
  22. Swaziland: So Poor, Woman Has to Eat Cow Dung
  23. Kenya: Why Patrice Motsepe Should Be Emulated
  24. South Africa: NUM Did Not Help Marikana Families
  25. Zambia: Zambia Blocks Copper Exports to Boost Local Processing
  26. Maryland State Prisons Charged w Crimes Against Humanity!
  27. Egypt: Violence Grows Against Woman Protesters
  28. Egypt: Mursi Fails to Secure German Aid
  29. Cote d'Ivoire/Algeria: What Didier Drogba Brings to the Elephants
  30. Egypt: Demonstration Law Restricting the Right to Public Participation
  31. Egypt: Preparations Finalized for Hosting OIC Summit
  32. Mali: Govt Rejects Talks With Al Qaeda-Linked Groups
  33. Nigeria: Ceasefire Unlikely to Stop Boko Haram Attacks Now
  34. West Africa: U.S. Urged to Boost Sahel Diplomacy
  35. Liberia: Homes Demolished As Leaders Meet
  36. Nigeria/Cote d'Ivoire: We Will Eat Nigeria Like Super Fried Chickens, Says Ivorian
  37. Kenya: Eight Cleared to Run for President
  38. Madagascar: Cyclone Threatens Madagascar
  39. Kenya: Will Geothermal Energy Bring Power to the People?
  40. Africa: African Union Acts on Mali, But Sees Delays on DR Congo, Sudans
  41. Kenya: IEBC Clears Raila, Uhuru for 2013 Poll Bid
  42. Swaziland: Swazi Police Accused of Torture
  43. Zimbabwe: Soldiers Run Amok
  44. Zambia: Vanquished Chipolopolo in Low Key Return
  45. Zimbabwe: Party Militia Close Down Meeting
  46. Malawi: Family Planning Key to Slowing Population Explosion
  47. Swaziland: No Seeds to Weather Climate Change
  48. Zimbabwe: Principals Face Revolt Over Constitution Deal
  49. Togo/Tunisia: Lively Togo Make History At Afcon Finals
  50. Cote d'Ivoire/Algeria: Elephants Come Back Against Surging Algeria
  51. Egypt: More Protests Likely Over Football Disaster
  52. Morocco: Nation Moves to Reform Rape Laws
  53. Algeria: Al Qaeda Targets Gas Pipeline
  54. Nigeria: Army to Test Boko Haram Ceasefire
  55. West Africa: U.S. Establishes Drone Base in Niger
  56. Mali: French Go It Alone in North
  57. Kenya: Uhuru, Ruto Plan to Seek ICC Trial Extension
  58. Kenya: Mass Elephant Slaying Linked to Appointment of Wildlife Director - Sources
  59. Burundi: Central Market in Bujumbura Destroyed By Fire
  60. Burundi: Land Issues Threaten Burundi's Peace
  61. Kenya: Stalled Police Reform Threatens Polls, Says Amnesty
  62. South Africa: Hundreds of Farmworkers Fired After Strike
  63. Mali: Most Timbuktu Manuscripts Safe, Says Expert
  64. Zimbabwe: Govt Seeks Money for Elections
  65. Zambia: Opposition Leader Lashes Out at Govt
  66. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Would Prefer Elections in July
  67. Mozambique: Flood Disaster Displaces 70,000
  68. Swaziland: Deputy PM Announces Date of Election
  69. Swaziland: Deputy PM Misleads On Human Rights
  70. Egypt: Nile Cruiser Sinks in Aswan, 112 Rescued
  71. Tunisia/Togo: Tunisia Rejects the Mbombela Stadium in Nespruit
  72. Togo/Tunisia: Hawks Hope to Swoop Down On North Africans Again
  73. Cote d'Ivoire/Algeria: Little to Play for As Ivorians Face Algeria
  74. Tunisia/Cote d'Ivoire: Ivory Coast Will Take Some Stopping
  75. Nigeria/Ethiopia: Super Eagles Soar to Quarter-Finals - On Penalties
  76. Mali: Timbuktu's Priceless Manuscripts Torched
  77. Zambia/Burkina Faso: Bitter Blow as Outsiders Eject Zambia From Afcon
  78. Mali: Cash-Strapped Court Probes Mali War Crimes
  79. Liberia: Education Needs Urgent Reform, Says Sirleaf
  80. Kenya: Candidates Ordered to Declare Wealth
  81. East Africa: Ethiopia Plans to Power Region With Hydro
  82. Africa: Israeli Furore Over Drugs for Ethiopian Jews
  83. Sudan: African Union Unable to Bring Peace to Warring Sudans
  84. Swaziland: Dispute Over Child Marriage Continues
  85. Malawi: Banda to Auction Presidential Jet
  86. Uganda: Police Rescue South African Hostages
  87. Mozambique: Living On the Roof, Waiting for Rescue
  88. South Africa: Govt Donates U.S.$10 Million to Mali
  89. Zambia/Burkina Faso: Chipolopolo Face the Crunch
  90. Angola: How Much Is Her Daddy Worth?
  91. Mali/Congo-Kinshasa: Eagles of Mali to Face South Africa At Afcon
  92. Egypt: Nation Gives Army Authority to Arrest Civilians
  93. Tunisia: Opposition Rally Draws Thousands
  94. Egypt: Hidden Changes At the Heart of Agricultural Egypt
  95. Egypt: National Salvation Front to Boycott Elections
  96. Egypt: Teargas and Shots At Port Said Funeral
  97. Mali: Relief As Mali Towns Recaptured
  98. Ghana/Niger: Black Stars Shoot Their Way to Quarter-Finals
  99. Nigeria: The Blame Game Over Pipeline Vandalism
  100. Nigeria: 74 Air Passengers Cheat Death
  101. Togo: Togo Sets Date for Parliamentary Elections
  102. Sudan: Bashir, Kiir Commit to Implementing Agreement
  103. South Sudan: 2000 Flee Fighting in South Sudan
  104. East Africa: Region's Own Silicon Valley in Offing
  105. Ethiopia: Resettlement Scheme Leaves Lives Shattered
  106. Kenya: Big Names Survive Poll Disputes
  107. Mozambique: Flooding Creates Displacement Crisis
  108. Africa: Economy, Conflicts Top AU Summit
  109. Zambia: Sata Cites Unemployment As Obstacle to Development
  110. Zimbabwe: When Turning on Taps is Risky
  111. Zambia: Sata Promises Constitutional Stability
  112. Africa: Development, Conflicts Top AU Agenda
  113. South Africa/Morocco: 'We Can Go On and Win This,' Says Bafana Coach
  114. South Africa/Morocco: Bafana Bafana Reach Africa Cup of Nations Quarter Finals Amid M
  115. Sudan: 350 NGOs Appeal for Action in South Kordofan, Blue Nile - Sudan
  116. Egypt: Investigation Continues After Wild Poliovirus Is Detected
  117. Egypt: Sixteen Die in Clashes Over Death Sentences
  118. Egypt: More Die in Port Said Unrest
  119. Tunisia: Cabinet Reshuffle Talks Fail
  120. South Africa/Morocco: Hosts Bafana Keep Alive Afcon Hopes
  121. Ghana/Niger: Black Stars Face Niger As Strong Favourites
  122. Nigeria: Delta Militants Threaten New Offensive
  123. Cape Verde/Angola: First-Timers Cape Verde Celebrate Historic Soccer Win
  124. Algeria/Togo: Desert Foxes Crash Out of Cup of Nations
  125. Cote d'Ivoire/Tunisia: Elephants Re-Emerge Favourites - Without Drogba
  126. Kenya: Odinga Leads Kenyatta in Close Poll
  127. Tanzania: Police Hold 37 After Unrest
  128. Rwanda: Embracing Our Identity, Celebrating Our Culture
  129. Rwanda: Kagame Says Conflicts Call for Standby Force
  130. Somalia: Somalia President Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo At African Union Summit
  131. Zimbabwe: Political Elite Accused of Looting Gems
  132. South Africa: Court Stops Helicopter Delivery to Zimbabwe
  133. South Africa/Morocco: Late Goal Puts SA Into Afcon Quarters
  134. Zambia: Kabwata Rally Was Inevitable, Says Hichilema
  135. Zimbabwe: Fear Grips Zanu-PF Chefs
  136. Egypt: Deadly Clashes Follow Soccer Riot Verdict
  137. Cote d'Ivoire/Tunisia: Elephants Squash Carthage Eagles
  138. South Africa/Morocco: Stadium Sells Out As Revived Bafana Face Lions
  139. Egypt: Death Sentences for Stadium Killings
  140. Togo/Algeria: Hawks Knock Out Africa's No. 2 Team
  141. Mali: French and Mali Troops Seize Gao Airport
  142. Nigeria: Who Will Restore Nigeria's Dignity?
  143. Nigeria: Health and Agriculture Key, Says Kwara Governor Saraki
  144. Sudan: No Progress In Juba-Khartoum Talks
  145. Somalia: Twitter Suspends Al-Shabaab's Account
  146. Burkina Faso/Ethiopia: Stallions Can Aim for Quarter-Finals
  147. Uganda: Digital Imaging Shows Promise in Assessing Crop Health
  148. Uganda: Govt to Recruit 10,000 Teachers
  149. Mozambique: Flooding Displaces 70,000
  150. Zambia/Nigeria: Enyeama Attacks Ref's Penalty Call
  151. Cape Verde/Angola: Sharks v Antelopes in High Stakes Football
  152. Zambia: Zambia Hang On
  153. Zambia: Six Youths Convicted of Illegal Land Allocation
  154. South Africa/Morocco: Bafana-Morocco Tickets Sold Out
  155. South Africa/Zambia: Another Frustrating Draw for Afcon Champions Zambia
  156. Egypt: Protesters Stone Security Forces in Cairo
  157. Egypt: Violent Clashes Between Protesters, Police in Alexandria
  158. Egypt: 19 Injured in Alexandria Clashes
  159. Egypt: Breaking - Clashes, Teargas At Presidential Palace
  160. Cote d'Ivoire/Tunisia: Elephants Need to Prove Their Strength
  161. Ethiopia/Burkina Faso: Burkinabe Romp to Win Against Ethiopia
  162. Nigeria: Court Sentences Abuja Bomber to Life
  163. Nigeria/Zambia: Revived Super Eagles Score, Zambia Nets Late Penalty
  164. Mali: Troops Head for Gao and Timbuktu
  165. Liberia: Lawmakers Split On Sending Troops to Mali
  166. Kenya: Heroin Pollutes Coastal Paradise
  167. Somalia: Diaspora's Remittances Cast a Lifeline
  168. Rwanda: Should Condoms Be Distributed At Schools?
  169. Kenya: Raila Still the Man to Beat - Poll
  170. Swaziland: Elections Predicted To Be 'A Fraud'
  171. Namibia: Court Orders Removal of Facebook Smut
  172. Zimbabwe: Man Charged Over Mugabe Song
  173. Malawi: More Ethanol Could Lighten Malawi's Fuel Bill
  174. Angola: From the President to His Family - the Drainage Ditch
  175. Africa: Afcon Unites Africa
  176. South Africa: Limpopo Flood Death Toll Rises to 12
  177. Ralina Joseph and Critical Mixed-Race Studies
  178. Africa: World Bank Arm to Issue Bond in Naira
  179. Algeria: Attack Adds to Woes of Algeria's Gas Sector
  180. Algeria: Japan Wants Answers On Algeria Gas Plant Siege
  181. Egypt: Shura's Panel Agrees to Appoint Ramez As CBE Governor
  182. Egypt: Interior Ministry Urges Citizens to Preserve Public, Private Property
  183. Egypt: Morsi - House of Representatives Elections Within Four Months
  184. Africa: Nigerian Militants Threaten Continent, Says Jonathan
  185. Ghana/Mali: Black Stars in Clear Run to Afcon Quarter-Finals
  186. Liberia: Taylor Awaits His Fate
  187. Cameroon: Govt Clamps Down With Killings, Torture, Says Amnesty
  188. Congo-Kinshasa/Niger: Leopards Squander Their Chances
  189. Kenya: Court Halts Relocation of Refugees
  190. Uganda: Army Chief Warns Politicians
  191. Rwanda: Genocide Suspect Arrested in France
  192. South Sudan: Rapid Disease Mapping Could Guide Treatment
  193. Rwanda: Taylor Appeal Decision Expected by End of Year
  194. Zimbabwe: Constitution Set for 'Yes' Vote
  195. Zimbabwe: Education Shows Signs of Recovery
  196. Angola: Ample Reward for Investors Who Do Their Homework
  197. Africa: Five Lessons From Day Five of Afcon
  198. South Africa/Angola: 'We Were Magnificent,' Says Bafana Coach
  199. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Party Backs Draft Constitution
  200. South Africa: Farm Strikes - Radical Changes Needed
  201. Ghana/South Africa: CAF Demands Security At Ghana Match Venue
  202. Book now! Crossing borders tour 2013!
  203. South Africa/Angola: Two-Goal Bafana Bring Afcon to Life
  204. Zimbabwe: Climate Change Policies Need an Urban Focus
  205. DaveyD and Jared Ball Discuss A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malc
  206. Malawi: Food Security Hit By Natural Disasters
  207. Zambia: Opposition Leader Refuses to Plea in Defamation Case
  208. Congo-Kinshasa: Tens of Thousands of Angolan Refugees Living in Limbo
  209. South Africa: Ancient Fox Fossil Found in Sterkfontein
  210. Malawi: President Faces a Crisis of Confidence
  211. South Africa/Angola: Bafana Deploy Pace, Guile Against Angola
  212. Kenya: Chief Justic Wants Election Cases Fast Tracked
  213. Kenya: Women, Children Worst Hit By Tana Violence - Police
  214. Tanzania: POAC Pushes for Tirdo Special Audit
  215. Kenya: Tech City Opens Gates
  216. Kenya: 11 Tana Schools Closed Over Violence
  217. Ghana: Opposition Refuses Request on Poll 'Irregularities'
  218. Ghana/Mali: Black Stars Face Tough Outing Against Mali
  219. Liberia: Prosecutors Want Taylor Prison Term Extended
  220. Mali: Rights Group Accuses Army of Executions
  221. Mali: Egypt Opposes Military Intervention
  222. Egypt: U.S.$500 Million UAE Investments to Set Up Industrial Complex for Sugar
  223. Algeria: Hostage-Takers Threaten to Attack France
  224. Algeria/Tunisia: North Africans Disappoint At Cup of Nations
  225. Cape Verde/Morocco: Islanders Triumph Against Atlas Lions
  226. Zimbabwe: Copac Draft to Be Presented to Parliament in February
  227. Mali: Chadian Soldiers Join Battle for Northern Mali
  228. Zimbabwe: More Zim Children Found Smuggled Across the Border
  229. Mali: Troops Re-Take Town From Rebels
  230. Rwanda: Kigali Slams Paris Over Rwanda Genocide Suspects
  231. Kenya: Prime Minister Faces Nomination Crisis
  232. North Africa: Threat Al-Qaeda in Maghreb Poses to Europe 'Overstated'
  233. Kenya: Electoral Body Promises Credible Polls
  234. South Africa: Sonke Gender Justice and the Detention Justice Forum Calls On Urgent Ac
  235. South Africa: Herbalist Offers to Help Bafana Win
  236. Zambia/Ethiopia: 'We Deserve What We Got,' Says Zambia Coach
  237. South Africa: Conclusion of the Western Cape Farmworkers Strike
  238. South Africa: Residents Loot Shops as Sasolburg Protests Grow Violent
  239. South Africa/Angola: Bafana Will Feel the Heat Against Angola
  240. Eritrea: How Long Can Eritrea Remain a Closed State?
  241. Zambia: Opposition Leader's Trial Stalls
  242. Africa: Charlize Theron Appeals to Davos on Aids
  243. Madagascar: Navigating Roll-Out of Pneumonia Vaccines
  244. Mali: Fighting Displaces Growing Numbers
  245. Benin: Scientists Unveil Enhanced Malaria Test
  246. Cote d'Ivoire/Togo: Testy Togo Make Elephants Toil to Win
  247. Nigeria/Burkina Faso: Fear of Failure Haunts Super Eagles
  248. Namibia: World Bank's Role in Education Crisis
  249. Algeria/Tunisia: Opening Match Is Make or Break, Says Algeria
  250. Egypt: Suspects in Alexandria Clashes Referred to Prosecution