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  1. South Africa: Stockout Risks of New ARV Programme
  2. Angola: Teachers Strike - a New Lesson for the Regime
  3. Botswana: Scary Strength of the Ruling Party
  4. South Africa: Electricity - We Will Be Held to Ransom If We Don't Fight Back
  5. South Africa: Active Service Overseas 'Always Emotive'
  6. South Africa: Investigations Unit Lowers Funds Recovery Target
  7. Libya: Reject 'Political Isolation Law' - Provisions for Exclusion Too Vague, Sweepin
  8. Western Sahara: El Aaiun - Moroccan Forces Violently Disperse Saharawi Unemployed Sit
  9. Egypt: Activist Stands Trial Today for Insulting President
  10. Egypt: Families Block Alexandria Road to Protest Girl Kidnap
  11. Egypt/Tunisia: Ahly's Hamdy - It's Going to Be Tough
  12. Nigeria: Sectarian Violence Kills At Least 39
  13. Ghana: Call to Single-Spine Politicians...
  14. Liberia: Govt Systematically Breaking Its Own Laws in Oil, Mineral, Forest and Land D
  15. Nigeria: UN Human Rights Office 'Very Concerned' By Heavy Fighting in Northeast Niger
  16. Nigeria: Country Loses N50 Billions to Fire Outbreak Yearly
  17. Sudan: Top Tribal Chief, UN Peacekeeper Killed in Abyei
  18. Somalia: 8 Killed, 25 Wounded in Mogadishu Bombings
  19. Uganda: Diplomatic Passports Blacklisted in UK
  20. Uganda: Districts Rush to Spend Road Funds By June
  21. Rwanda: Youth Urged to Fight Drugs, Strive for Dignity
  22. South Africa: Govt Summonses Zambian High Commissioner Over Zuma Comments
  23. Zambia: Information Minister Confirms 'Times of Zambia' Salary Woes
  24. Zimbabwe: No Extension on Unity Govt Beyond June 29 - Mugabe Insists
  25. Zimbabwe: 'Zim Headed for Another GNU'
  26. Namibia: Govt Still Failing Indigenous Peoples
  27. Namibia: UPM Wants Hardap Split Up
  28. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Blasts Mnangagwa
  29. Southern Africa: SADC May Give Polls a Semblance of Order
  30. Libya: Hundreds of Flood Victims Provided with Tents
  31. Egypt: Alexandria Demonstrators Protest Against State 'Brotherhoodisation'
  32. Egypt: Three Sentenced to Two Years Over Cairo Train Crash
  33. Egypt: Students Go On Hunger Strike to Protest Poor Food Quality - Assuit
  34. Egypt: First Female Ambassador Dies At 85
  35. Nigeria: Gas Exports in Danger Over Levy Wars
  36. Nigeria: President Jonathan As 'Big Brother'
  37. Cote d'Ivoire: A Long Road Ahead for Justice in CĂ´te d'Ivoire
  38. Gambia: Authorities Debunk UK Human Rights Abuse Claim
  39. Zimbabwe: PM Tsvangirai Meets Gabon, Nigeria Presidents
  40. East Africa: EAC Urged to Scrap Work Permit Fees
  41. Somalia: Citing Currency Crisis, Puntland to Pay Govt Salaries in U.S. Dollars
  42. Kenya: Govt and UK Strike Deal After Kenyatta's Presidential Win
  43. Tanzania: Suspects Found in Possession of Albino Hand
  44. South Sudan: Rights Groups Call for End to Harassment of Journalists
  45. Zambia: Nation Hailed for Fighting Violence Against Women
  46. Zambia: International Comedy Extravaganza On Cards
  47. Zimbabwe: MDC-T Youth Leader Arrested for Allegedly Insulting Mugabe
  48. Swaziland: Judiciary Joins Attack On Media
  49. Zambia: Rogue PF Official to Form New Party
  50. Southern Africa: SADC Slams Door in PM's Face
  51. Zimbabwe: President Gets Lawsuit to Proclaim Poll Date By June 29
  52. South Africa: CAF Announces Disciplinary Action in Doping Matters
  53. Libya: Political Islam in Post-Gaddafi Libya
  54. North Africa: North Africa, Mideast Issues High on IMF Agenda
  55. North Africa: New UN Partnership to Focus On Trade Reforms and Poverty Reduction in A
  56. Tunisia: U.S. Ambassador Walles Calls for Tunisian Journalists' Protection Structure
  57. Algeria: Bouteflika Reassures Algerians
  58. Nigeria: Former Minister Ali Monguno Kidnapped
  59. Nigeria: After Baga, Forces Lost in a Maze
  60. Liberia: Illegal Logging Poses Threat to Forests
  61. Mauritania: Growing Gardens in the Desert Heat
  62. Nigeria: Former Minister Kidnapped
  63. Somalia: Consensus, Representation and Parliament in Somaliland
  64. Rwanda: Not Safe for Rwandan Refugees to Return
  65. Somalia: Security Council Establishes United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia
  66. Kenya: Civil Societies Vow to Block MPs Pay Demands
  67. Kenya: Coach in Referee Testicle Attack Decries Bias
  68. South Africa: Govt Demands Explanation From Zambia
  69. Zambia: Sata's Health: Is He Now Clearing the Air?
  70. Zimbabwe: Concerns Raised Over Slow Voter Registration
  71. South Africa: UK Doubles Aid Budget but Ends Aid to South Africa
  72. South Africa: The Future of Information Leaks
  73. Zimbabwe: MDC Youth Leader Arrested for Insulting Mugabe
  74. South Africa: No Permission Granted for Landing of Airbus At Waterkloof
  75. Southern Africa: Tsvangirai Out to Foil Mugabe SADC Coup
  76. Assata Shakur and the State of Activism
  77. Libya: Gaddafi's Son Saif Al-Islam Appears in Court
  78. Egypt: Egyptian Institution and Ugandan Health Advocate Awarded 2013 UN Population Pr
  79. Libya: Information Sought On Attacks in Benghazi
  80. Egypt: Egypt Court to Keep Mubarak in Prison Over Illicit Gains
  81. Tunisia: Search Operations in Mount Chaambi Still Ongoing (security Sources)
  82. Nigeria: Another Faction Of Boko Haram Emerges
  83. South Africa: Robbers Target Nigerian Diplomat
  84. Liberia: U.S Ambassador Calls for a 'Mature Media Environment'
  85. Gambia: Gambian Students to Be Recalled From India
  86. Gambia: GPU to Celebrate World Press Freedom Day
  87. Sudan: 95 People Still Missing After Darfur Mine Pit Collapse
  88. Somalia: 2011 Somali Famine Worse Than 1992's - UN
  89. Kenya: Iranians Guilty of Terror Plot in Kenya
  90. Kenya: Award-Winning Activist Mwangi Arrested
  91. Sudan: Kiir Threatens to Sack Cabinet Members Who Speak Against Govt
  92. South Africa: Vice President Scott Calls South Africans 'Very Backward'
  93. Namibia: Namibia Must Address Land Insecurity of Indigenous People - UN Expert
  94. South Africa: School Toilets in Shocking State
  95. Zambia: Zambia: Vice President Speaks On Governance and Gay Rights
  96. South Africa: Minister Orders Gupta Jet Removed
  97. Angola: The Gap Between Rich and Poor
  98. South Africa: District-By-District Breakdown of School Toilets
  99. Algeria: Putting Dissent On Hold
  100. Libya: Former Minister Denies Laundering Gaddafi Cash for Sarkozy Campaign
  101. Western Sahara: Africa's Last Colony
  102. Western Sahara: UN Renews Mandate - Still Lacks Human Rights Component
  103. Egypt: Azhar's Food Poisoning Cases Rise to 161 - MOH
  104. Burkina Faso: Tomato Catch-Up - Getting Produce to Market
  105. Mali: Suspected French Jihadist Arrested in Mali
  106. Liberia: Gov't. Submits U.S.$553 Million Budget
  107. Nigeria: Obasanjo, Yar'Adua, GEJ Misused N1.2 Trillion - Senate Report
  108. Ghana: Parliament Approves 35 Deputy Ministers
  109. Somalia: Will London Respond to Somalia's Needs?
  110. Rwanda: Victoire Ingabire Faces Her Judges in Appeal
  111. Madagascar: Food Insecurity Opens Door to TB
  112. Ethiopia: Ethiopia Affirms Readiness for Dialogue With Eritrea
  113. Sudan: Rebel Commander Scoffs At Reports of His Death
  114. South Africa: 'Far-Reaching Consequences' If UK Cuts Aid
  115. Swaziland: 'Worst Month for Human Rights'
  116. Zimbabwe: Giving Women in Zimbabwe's Informal Sector Rights
  117. Swaziland: Police Make Illegal House Arrest
  118. Liberia: Mbeki Caution Liberia to Enact Legislation to Address Illegal Outflow of Mon
  119. Swaziland: Leaders Arrested On May Day
  120. Zambia: Sata Mourns Chisamba Accident Victims
  121. Zambia: 17 Perish in Road Carnage
  122. Libya: UN Urges Dialogue as Gunmen Overtake Ministries, State Institutions
  123. Egypt: Iran Cancels Visa Requirements for Egyptian Tourists
  124. Egypt: Judges Prepare for Dialogue Over Judicial Authority Law
  125. Egypt: Mass Food Poisoning Hits Azhar Students Again
  126. Tunisia: Nation Arrests Hundreds in Syria Recruit Probe
  127. Nigeria: Mobile Phone Initiative to Help Teachers Improve English Language Skills
  128. Nigeria: The Forgotten Empire - the Walls of Benin
  129. Nigeria: Boko Haram Threat Chokes Trade With Cameroon
  130. Guinea: Security Council Welcomes Agreement to Resolve Differences Peacefully
  131. Cote d'Ivoire: Ivorians Snub Government
  132. Rwanda: UNSC Presidency an 'Eye-opener' - FM Mushikiwabo
  133. Kenya: Manufacturers Welcome Plans for Nuclear Energy
  134. Kenya: Supreme Court's Disappointing Judgment
  135. Rwanda: Public Opposes Lowering Marriage Age
  136. Kenya: Cashless Bus Fare System Launched for Nairobi
  137. Southern Africa: Countries Sign World's First Large Marine Ecosystem Legal Framework
  138. South Africa: Nation's Flawed Asylum System
  139. Angola: High Oil Prices Compensate for Tough Business Environment
  140. Africa: Global Clampdown on Civil Society - Report
  141. South Africa: Footage of Mandela Condemned
  142. Namibia: Drought Claims Hundreds of Livestock
  143. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Politics - Out With the Old, in With the New
  144. Zimbabwe: Tendai Biti - Zimbabwe Must Stage "A Legitimate and Credible Election" for
  145. Algeria: President Bouteflika Flown to Paris After 'Mini-Stroke'
  146. Libya: Gunmen Surround Libyan Foreign Ministry
  147. Egypt: Court Rejects Mubarak's Appeal for Release
  148. Egypt: Opposition Forces Postpone March Against Judiciary Law
  149. Tunisia: Coordination and Constitution Drafting Commission, Experts Meet to Refine Dr
  150. Nigeria: Interview With 20-Year-Old Airline Pilot
  151. Gambia: The Local New Governments
  152. Guinea: Police Attack Opposition Protestors, Arrest and Assault Leaders
  153. Guinea: Police Fire on Opposition Radio Station
  154. Liberia: Cote d' Ivoire Signs Energy Agreement With Liberia
  155. Africa: Ethiopian Airlines Resumes Boeing 787 Dreamliner Service
  156. Madagascar: Former President Ratsiraka to Contest July Polls
  157. Ethiopia: Govt Refutes Reports on Somalia Troop Withdrawal
  158. Somalia: Journalist Living and Working On the Edge
  159. Kenya: ICC Judge Withdraws From Uhuru, Ruto Case
  160. Botswana: President Injured in Cheetah 'Accident'
  161. South Africa: Mandela's Family Rakes in Millions - Report
  162. Zimbabwe: The Agony of Multi-Drug Resistant TB
  163. South Africa: Football Youth Programme Kicks Off
  164. South Africa: Press Statement On the Marikana Commission of Inquiry
  165. Namibia: Chiefs Urged to Emulate /Hai /Khauha
  166. Angola: Promoting Accountability At the Country Level
  167. South Africa: South Africa - 'Secrecy Bill' Improved but Still Flawed - Parliament Sh
  168. Egypt: Democratic Transition Most Important Challenge Facing Egypt - Official
  169. Egypt: Ministry - Transferring Exports' Revenues to Banks to Offer Foreign Cash
  170. Egypt: President Meets Judges to End Rift Over Law
  171. Tunisia: NCA Adopts Three Draft Laws On Loan Agreements
  172. Egypt: No Obstacles Hampering Sinai Development - - Housing Minister
  173. Ghana: No Cash for Gas Project
  174. Liberia: Country Amongst Highest Remittance Nations
  175. Gambia: Musician Maodou Sey Dies in Sweden
  176. Nigeria: Attorney General Clears Senator Saraki of Wrongdoing
  177. Nigeria: 1000 Couples Tie Knot in Kano Mass Wedding
  178. Uganda: Army Denies Harboring Uganda's LRA Fugitive Leader
  179. Ethiopia: National Airline First to Resume Flying Boeing's Grounded Dreamliners
  180. South Sudan: Head of UN in South Sudan Told of Lakes State Human Rights Alleged Abuse
  181. South Sudan: Abyei Tension Could Turn Violent, S. Sudan Warns
  182. Kenya: Kenyan Leaders Mourn Brave Colleague
  183. Zimbabwe: Zuma Fights for Welshman Ncube
  184. Zambia: Govt Assures On Free Press
  185. Zambia: Dead Man Sentenced To 15 Years
  186. Zambia: 'Foreigners Are Free to Engage in Poultry Farming'
  187. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Lashes Out At Chinamasa, Muchinguri
  188. Zambia: Chamanga - Brazil Our Next Target
  189. Zimbabwe: Govt Engages ILO in Crafting a Single Safety Law
  190. Zimbabwe: The Country Has Potential to Reach U.S$100 Billion Economy--Makoni
  191. Zambia: Piracy Undermines Economy - Kapeya
  192. South Africa: Banyana Banyana's Van Wyk a Trendsetter of Note
  193. Angola: Over 14 Social Projects Under Implementation in Peri-Urban Areas in Angola
  194. Egypt: Demonstrators Protest At High Court of Justice
  195. Egypt: Scores Rally in Tahrir, Prepare for March to High Court of Justice
  196. Egypt: Kandil Signs Agreement With China for Development
  197. Egypt: Demonstrations in Alexandria to Condemn "Brotherhoodisation" of Judiciary
  198. Egypt: Azhar Asks State Council Judges to Oversee Election of University President
  199. Nigeria/Cote d'Ivoire: Nigeria and Cote d' Ivoire Clash in the CAF U-17 Final
  200. Nigeria: 2015 - U.S. Pledges More Support for INEC
  201. Nigeria: Sharks to Go On Signing Spree
  202. Nigeria: Baga Massacre - Survivors Tell Their Stories
  203. Nigeria: Bamanga Sacks Son, 13 Other Aides
  204. Sudan: AU Welcomes Direct Talks Between Sudan, SPLM-N Rebels
  205. Ethiopia: More Than 30,000 Refugees and Migrants Make Risky Sea Crossing to Yemen Thi
  206. Tanzania: Night Chaos As Police Storm MP Lema's House
  207. Sudan: "Our Leadership Is Intact" Says Archbishop of Juba
  208. Somalia: Al Amriki Tweets About Al Shabaab Assassination Attempt
  209. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Indigenisation Drive Blamed for Investment 'Free Fall'
  210. Angola: Namibian Government Wants to Repatriate Soldiers' Remains
  211. Angola: WHO Recognizes Government's Efforts to Combat Malaria
  212. Zimbabwe: Price On Mutasa's Head
  213. Zimbabwe: Principals Stuck On Poll Dates
  214. Zimbabwe: Sanctions Must Go - Banda
  215. Zimbabwe: Reporters Fired for allegedly Hinting that President Robert Mugabe is Malaw
  216. Zimbabwe: Zuma Urged to Increase Visits As Zim Elections Draw Closer
  217. Radio “Beef,” Mass Incarceration and Shaquille O’Neal Censors Mumia Abu-Jamal in Newa
  218. Mali: Plea for Return of Officials to Northern Mali
  219. Egypt: Egyptians Uncertain About Future - EU Centre Poll
  220. Morocco: UN 'Miss Opportunity' to Allow Western Sahara Human Rights Monitoring
  221. Egypt: Parties Postpone Anti-Judiciary Protest
  222. Morocco: Mandate of UN Mission in Western Sahara Extended for One More Year
  223. Egypt: Mubarak Asks for Release, House Arrest
  224. Mali: Hunger At Crisis Levels in Northern Mali
  225. Cote d'Ivoire: Calls for CĂ´te d'Ivoire Government to Tackle Unrest in West
  226. Senegal: Demining Speeds Up in Senegal's Casamance Region
  227. Somalia: Rumours of Al-Shabaab's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated
  228. Somalia: Building Health Systems From Scratch in Somalia
  229. Madagascar: Former First Lady Contests in Presidential Poll
  230. Kenya: What's Next for Kenya and the ICC?
  231. South Sudan: South Sudan Prioritizes Immunization, Keeps Polio At Bay
  232. Malawi: Maize Shortage Hits Women
  233. South Africa: Shortages of New One-a-Day ARV Pills
  234. Swaziland: Now, Election Meetings Are 'Seditious'
  235. South Africa: Anti-Apartheid Activist Goldberg Still Going Strong At 80
  236. Swaziland: 'King's Birthday Privately Sponsored'
  237. Zimbabwe: Construction of U.S.$100 Million Mall of Zim Set to Start
  238. Swaziland: King Sees Opposition As 'Treason'
  239. Swaziland: King Misleads On First World Status
  240. Africa: 'This is Not An Anti-Terrorist Operation' - UN on Mali
  241. Nigeria: Battling Malaria Without Drugs or Knowledge
  242. Tunisia: Tensions Mar Political Dialogue
  243. Egypt: Mursi, Zuma Review Preparations for AU Summits
  244. Egypt: Presidency Renews Keenness On Maintaining Judiciary Independence
  245. Egypt: Mursi, Hagel Discuss Local, U.S. Military Cooperation
  246. Egypt: Mubarak Detained for 15 More Days in Graft Probe
  247. Africa: Malaria in Liberia - 'The Struggle Continues'
  248. Nigeria: Jonathan Gives Boko Haram Amnesty Committee Tough Deadline
  249. Ghana: Police Caught Scooping Fuel
  250. Guinea: Political Parties Sign Declaration Against Violence