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  1. Ghana: Intense Election Campaign Climaxes
  2. Cote d'Ivoire: Marital Equality Law Sparks Controversy
  3. Ghana: Nation Makes Peace a Priority in Election Campaign
  4. Guinea Bissau: Five New Countries Endorse UN-Backed Principles to End Use of Children
  5. Rwanda: ICTR Genocide Convicts in Mali Operate Businesses
  6. Kenya: Tensions Grow as Polls Loom
  7. Burundi: Govt Overhauls Tax Collection
  8. Eritrea: U.S. Renews Eritrean Travel Warning
  9. Uganda: The Stark Realities Lying Behind the Anti-Homosexuality Bill
  10. Burundi: Joyous Homecoming After Lifetime in Exile
  11. South Africa: Farmworkers to Resume Strike
  12. Mozambique: Opposition Threats Give Harare Jitters
  13. Africa: World Bank Urges Mapping of Natural Resources
  14. South Africa: Leadership Struggle Weakens Ruling Party
  15. Swaziland: Death Penalty Test for Human Rights
  16. South Africa: New Houses to Be Built in Lenasia
  17. Zambia: 'Poverty High Despite Good Economic Indicators'
  18. Zambia: Stopping Marital Abuse in Zambia
  19. Egypt: Riot Police Retreat After Firing Teargas At Protesters
  20. Egypt: Opposition Marchers Stage 'Last Warning' March
  21. Tunisia: Siliana Protestors Mull Compromise Offer
  22. Egypt: Vice President - Mursi's Decree Is for Protection of Judiciary
  23. Egypt: Committee Convenes On Egypt's Charter Referendum
  24. Burkina Faso: Voters Cast Ballots for Legislature
  25. Nigeria: Nigerians Face Severe Power Blackouts
  26. Liberia: Security Threatened At Ivorian Border
  27. Mali: Tuareg Rebels Attend Talks
  28. Nigeria: You Can No Longer Drink Anytime You Like in Jos
  29. Ethiopia: Huge Dam Could Be Disastrous for Region
  30. Eritrea/Uganda: National Football Team Defects to Uganda
  31. Uganda: Desperate Mothers Dope Own Children
  32. Somalia: Somaliand Rising From the Ruins of Somalia
  33. Kenya: Mobile Phone Texts Can Help HIV Patients Cut Viral Load
  34. Chad: NGO Workers Face Child-Smuggling Charges
  35. Zimbabwe: Soldiers Beat Political Activists
  36. Swaziland: Kids Who Commit No Crime Locked Up
  37. South Africa: Missing Marikana Footage in Spotlight
  38. Zimbabwe: Disability and Gender-Based Violence - A Double Edged Sword
  39. Malawi: Youth Overcome Adversity to Excel
  40. South Africa: Towards Realisation of a Cohesive South Africa
  41. Zimbabwe: The Underlying Cause of Zimbabwean Crisis
  42. Nigeria: Nigeria Is Safe Despite Bombings, Jonathan Insists
  43. South Africa/Ghana: Amajimbos Lose to Ghana
  44. Nigeria: Gunmen 'Burn Churches, Border Posts in Borno State
  45. Sudan: Govt Forces Attack Extremists' Camp
  46. Nigeria: Military Chiefs Removed After Bombings
  47. Africa: After Africa's Wars, a 'New Day' for Building Peace
  48. Ghana: Nation's 'New Path' for Handling Oil Revenue
  49. Congo-Kinshasa: M23 Rebels Pull Out of Goma
  50. Rwanda: Britain Freezes Aid
  51. Congo-Kinshasa: ICGLR to Decide Entry of DRC Army Into Goma
  52. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Party Faces Cash Dilemma
  53. Swaziland: Take From the King, Give to Poor - IMF
  54. Sudan: Unamid Lends Resources to Fighting Yellow Fever in Darfur
  55. Zimbabwe: Leaders to Pay for Crimes Against Humanity - ICC
  56. Zimbabwe: Nation Should Wake Up to Reality
  57. Zimbabwe: Kunonga Must Make Peace With Gandiya
  58. Namibia: Water for Poor Communities in Rural Areas to Be Subsidised
  59. South Africa: Simplifying Aids Treatment
  60. Zimbabwe: Govt to Slash Prices of Vehicle Licence Plates
  61. Zimbabwe: Anglican Row Turns Violent
  62. South Africa: Fuel Price Decreases to Be Effected On 5 December 2012
  63. Egypt: Mursi to Call for Referendum on Constitution
  64. Western Sahara: Reception Ceremony On Honour of Saharawi President
  65. Egypt: UN Human Rights Chief Calls On Egypt's President to Roll Back Powers of Recent
  66. Egypt: New Constitution Criticized by Rights Group
  67. Egypt: Moussa - Mursi Should Listen to People's Demands
  68. Ghana: Nation Faces Close Election
  69. Nigeria: As Boko Haram's Attack Increases, Death Toll Rises
  70. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Local Leader
  71. West Africa: Nigeria Records Decline in New HIV Infections
  72. Cote d'Ivoire: France Signs Major Aid Deal
  73. South Sudan: Juba Seeks UN Action Over Abyei
  74. Kenya: Voter Kits Alarm Public
  75. Kenya: The Economic Cost of Kenya's Insecurity
  76. Kenya: Showdown Looms Over New Traffic Laws
  77. Kenya: Fresh Bid to Bar Five Top Contenders From Poll
  78. Southern Africa: UN to Provide Food Relief to 3.5 Million
  79. Zimbabwe: Soldiers Go On Rampage
  80. South Africa: Single-Dose HIV Drug Welcomed
  81. South Africa: Petrol Price to Drop
  82. Swaziland: Trying Out New Approaches to Treat HIV
  83. Zimbabwe: Find Lasting Solution to Water Woes
  84. What is Happening at WPFW? The Fight to Save Community Radio
  85. Angola: President Addresses WHO Work in Africa
  86. Mozambique: European Commission Finances Fight Against Hunger
  87. Egypt: Assembly Approves Draft Constitution
  88. Egypt: Tea and Tear Gas in Tahrir Square
  89. Egypt: FJP Deputy Says Draft Constitution Fit for Post-Revolution Egypt
  90. Tunisia: PM Calls for Creation of Independent Investigation Commission Into Incidents
  91. Egypt: New Constitution Mixed On Support of Rights - Draft Adopted Without Consensus
  92. Cote d'Ivoire: Govt Returns to North
  93. Mauritania: President Returns to Paris for Treatment
  94. Nigeria: Nation Records Boost in Forex Inflow
  95. Ghana: Mahama Calls for 2nd Term
  96. Ghana: Nation's 'New Path' for Handling Oil Revenue
  97. Ethiopia: How Africa's First Commodity Exchange Revolutionized Ethiopia's Economy
  98. Ethiopia: Prime Minister Reshuffles Cabinet
  99. Somalia: Govt Soldiers Battle Al Shabaab
  100. Rwanda: Prosecutor Slams France
  101. Sudan: Nation Needs Major Reform to Avert More War
  102. Botswana: Hunting Ban Criticized
  103. Southern Africa: Millions Face Food Shortages
  104. Africa: Calling for a GMO-Free Continent
  105. Southern Africa: Protests Over High Food Prices Likely
  106. Malawi: What Went Wrong? Lessons From Malawi's Food Crisis
  107. Africa: African Football Stars to Support Malaria Campaign
  108. Nigeria: Violence Reveals Flaws in Criminal Justice System
  109. Swaziland: Preschool As a Way of Life in Rural Areas
  110. Southern Africa: Governments Failing to Address Cervical Cancer
  111. Angola: Country Estimated to Have Over Two Hundred Thousand HIV/Aids Cases
  112. Africa: AllAfrica Founder Named Among 'Most Influential Africans'
  113. Ghana: Poll Puts Mahama Ahead in Election
  114. Niger: Tensions Grow Over Nigerian Oil Firms
  115. Liberia: Will Weah Run for Senator?
  116. West Africa: Climate Forecasts Boosted Floods Response
  117. Uganda: Land Grabs Threaten Local Livelihoods
  118. Somalia: Understanding Somali Piracy on Land and Sea
  119. Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila in a Catch-22 With M23
  120. Burundi: Radio Reporter Convicted of Terrorism Marks a Year Behind Bars
  121. Kenya: Politicising History - Who and What Does Kenya's Mashujaa Day Celebrate?
  122. Zambia: Political Violence Threatens Stability
  123. Namibia: Ruling Party Congress a 'Defining Moment'
  124. Mozambique: Corruption Undermines Health Service
  125. South Africa: Home Affairs Respects Court Ruling On Dalai Lama
  126. Zimbabwe: Another Stalemate in Zimbabwe?
  127. Uganda/Kenya: Wash United, Cecafa in Hand-Washing Campaign
  128. Angola: Dealing With Govt Censorship and Oil Money
  129. Southern Africa: Migration Needs to Be Seen From a Food Security Perspective
  130. Nigeria: Why We Terminated MoU With Lufthansa - Aviation Minister
  131. Nigeria: Minting Company MD Suspended Over Alleged Misappropriation
  132. Nigeria: Coca Cola Gets New Managing Director
  133. Morocco: Transparency Move Draws Criticism in Morocco
  134. Egypt: Egypt Cassation Court Joins Strike Against Mursi
  135. Egypt: Egypt Arrests 18 in Scuffles Near Tahrir
  136. Egypt: Egypt Protests Continue in Crisis Over Mursi Powers
  137. Egypt: Clashes Pick Up in Tahrir Following Anti-Mursi Protest
  138. Sierra Leone: Shifting Tide On Abortion Law
  139. Mauritania: President Returns Home After Shooting
  140. Nigeria: Picking the Pieces As Life Returns to Yobe Towns
  141. Nigeria: Why Jonathan Fired BPE Boss
  142. Nigeria: Stop the Unprecedented Crude Oil Thefts
  143. Djibouti: Rising Food Insecurity Fuels Migration
  144. Kenya: Tana Killings Were Planned - Human Rights Body
  145. South Sudan: Nation Oiling Up for Self-Reliance
  146. Uganda: Gulu Goes Green, With Help From Some Cows
  147. Rwanda: African Women Lawmakers Want Higher Representation
  148. Angola: Chinese and Brazilian Firms Building the New Angola
  149. South Africa: 'Secrecy Bill' Closer to Becoming Law
  150. South Africa: South African Youth Survey: Disturbing Signs
  151. Lesotho: Sexual Harassment a Reality in Universities
  152. South Africa: Respected Academic Gerwel Dies
  153. South Africa: Sanef Calls On NCOP Members to Show Their Independence By Voting Agains
  154. South Africa: 100 Years of Failure to Control TB Transmission
  155. Namibia: Swimming Falls Out of FASU Games
  156. Nigeria: NCC Commissioner Removed for Exposing Fraud
  157. Nigeria: Power Sector Reforms - Bid Winners Begin Payment
  158. Nigeria: Anti-Terror Squad Combs Abuja
  159. South Africa: Labour Minister Hopeful of Resolution to Farming Sector Unrest
  160. Libya: Niger to Send Gaddafi Son to Hague
  161. Egypt: Thousands Mourn Youth Activist
  162. Egypt: Egypt Arrests 348 in Cairo Police Confrontations
  163. Egypt: Judges Reject Mursi's Presidential Decree
  164. Egypt: New Scuffles Near Tahrir Square
  165. Burkina Faso: Cracking Some Hard Nuts in Burkina Faso
  166. Nigeria: Eight Shot Dead By Gunmen in Jos
  167. Nigeria: JTF Discovers New Tactics Used By Oil Thieves
  168. Nigeria: Ex-ANPP Boss, Two Others Killed
  169. Burundi: New Rebel Group Strikes
  170. South Sudan: Violence a 'Hidden Crisis' in Jonglei
  171. Ethiopia: Mock Military Operation in Ethiopia Simulates All Too Real African Conflict
  172. Sudan: Iran's Warships to Visit
  173. Uganda: Minimum Education Standards Are a Must
  174. South Africa: Agencies to Downgrade More Credit Ratings
  175. Namibia: Education Receives EU Funding
  176. South Africa: Broadcaster Pulls Zuma Commercial - Report
  177. Zimbabwe: NGOs Sound Alarm on Human Rights Abuses Before Polls
  178. South Africa: Climate Change a Challenge for Humanity
  179. South Africa: Plans in Place to Ensure Safe Afcon Tournament
  180. South Africa: Bosses Not Ready for Workers - AMCU
  181. Namibia: Invasive Species a Money-Spinner
  182. Egypt: New Law May Bring Some Accountability but Invites Abuse of Freedoms
  183. South Sudan: EU Backs Plan to Relocate Yida Refugee Camp
  184. Ethiopia: Nile Dam Worries Sudan, Egypt
  185. Egypt: Egypt Court Receives 12 Challenges to Mursi's Decree
  186. Egypt: Egypt Says Shots Came From Among Protesters
  187. Egypt: Egypt's Morsi to Meet Judges Over Power Grab
  188. Africa: In Brief - Egypt Could Become an Islamist State, Says U.S. Senator
  189. Nigeria: Gunmen Raid Police Cells, Free Dozens
  190. Mali: PM Plans Military Intervention
  191. Cote d'Ivoire: Insecurity, Political Tensions Threaten Nation's Recovery
  192. Nigeria: Boko Haram Faces Crimes Against Humanity Probe
  193. Nigeria: Students Solve Power Shortages With Urine
  194. Congo-Kinshasa: Could Rwanda's Alleged Support for M23 Backfire?
  195. Kenya: Moi's Son Philip Finally Arrested in Marital Row
  196. South Sudan: 900 Displaced By Sudan Air Attacks
  197. Rwanda: Take the Reading Culture Campaign to the Masses
  198. Zimbabwe: Massive Blackouts Loom
  199. Southern Africa: Court Asked to Rule on Regional Tribunal
  200. South Africa: No Stop to HIV Infections Unless Gender Violence Addressed
  201. South Africa: How Rape Judgement Failed Vulnerable Children
  202. South Africa: Classifying 'Corrective' Rape As a Hate Crime
  203. Zimbabwe: National Coach Gumbo Resigns
  204. South Africa: Call for Public Sector to Be Training Ground
  205. South Africa: Report Information About Drug Dealing, Urges Commissioner
  206. Nigeria: Reps Probe N3.3 Billion Nasarawa, Enugu Road Contracts
  207. Nigeria: United Nations World Toilet Day
  208. Nigeria: Non-Teaching Staff Threaten to Shut Down Varsities
  209. Egypt: Clashes Grow in Protests
  210. Egypt: Rights Groups Challenge Mursi in Court
  211. Egypt: Egypt's Divide Over Morsi's Presidential Decree Continues to Ferment
  212. Egypt: Liberals Blame Mursi for Police Violence Against Protesters
  213. Tunisia: Mursi Defends New Powers as 'Temporary'
  214. Nigeria: Many Killed As Suicide Bombers Hit Military Church
  215. Nigeria: Govt Forces Deny Militants Killed Women
  216. Nigeria: Army Confirms 11 Dead As Suicide Bombers Hit Jaji Military Base
  217. Sierra Leone: U.S. Lauds Presidential Elections in Sierra Leone
  218. Nigeria: Multiple Explosions Rock Military College, Jaji
  219. Congo-Kinshasa: Regional Leaders Call for Rebel Ceasefire
  220. Somalia: Govt Forces Kill Top Militant
  221. Kenya: Shape Up! Raila Tells Security Agencies
  222. South Sudan: Juba to File UN Complaint Over Sudan
  223. Rwanda: Road Safety - Let Us All Be Responsible
  224. Zimbabwe: Outcry Over Party Ruling
  225. South Africa: Suspects in FET Exam Leak Remanded in Custody
  226. Central Africa: Angolan Diplomat Rules Out War As Solution to Conflict in DRC
  227. Zimbabwe: Harare Must Create a Win-Win Scenario
  228. Western Sahara: SADR Signs On African Risk Capacity Establishment Agreement
  229. Rwanda: Ngoga Calls On Zambia to Extradite Genocide Fugitives
  230. Kenya: Malawian VP Kachali Jets Into Kenya
  231. Tanzania: Camfed Project to Support Schools With 350 Million Books
  232. Nigeria: The Death of Monetisation Policy
  233. Nigeria: My Private Jet Story, By Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor
  234. Nigeria: Kidnappers Prevent Judge From Sitting for Two Months
  235. Egypt: U.S. Cautions Mursi
  236. Egypt: Protesters Attack Police, Parliament
  237. Egypt: Protesters Stone Ruling Party Office
  238. Egypt: Political Powers Declare Tahrir Square Sit-in
  239. Tunisia: Maghreb Countries' Integration Rate Does Not Exceed Two Percent - President
  240. Burkina Faso: Legislative Poll Set for December
  241. Sierra Leone: Koroma Formally Declared Re-Elected
  242. Nigeria: Kidnap Threat Saga Goes Awry - the Entrapment of a High Court Judge's Orderl
  243. Nigeria: Come to the North to Help us, Christians Plead
  244. Nigeria: Bring Back Nigeria Airways
  245. Congo-Kinshasa: Region to Deploy Neutral Force in Goma
  246. South Sudan: Juba Declares 'High Alert' After Air Attacks
  247. Somalia: Clashes Break Out in Southern Port
  248. Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Consolidate Control in East
  249. Somalia: Al Shabab Briefly Take Over Key Border Town
  250. Namibia: Mind Your Language