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  1. Mali: EU Military Trainers Begin Task of 'Rebuilding' Mali's Army
  2. Rwanda: France Arrests Genocide Suspect
  3. Ethiopia: Building a Better Somali Region
  4. Kenya: As Extreme Weather Drives Rustling, Pastoralists Turn to Farming
  5. Sudan: 'Only Seven Prisoners Released in Political Prisoner Amnesty'
  6. Congo-Kinshasa: M23, One Year On
  7. South Africa: Google Tests TV White Space
  8. Zambia: Rupiah Banda to Be Questioned Again
  9. South Africa: South Africa Bids Farewell to Slain Soldiers
  10. Zambia: President Sata 'Behaves Oddly' During Rare Appearance
  11. Malawi: Malawian President Seeks Clarity On Border Dispute From International Court
  12. Swaziland: Swaziland's Dental Dilemma
  13. Sierra Leone: President Obama Talks About Strengthening Democratic Institutions As He
  14. Nigeria: Okah - Between Politics and Justice
  15. Egypt: Court Turns Down Lawsuit to Annul Mubarak's Stepping Down Decision
  16. Egypt: Health Ministry - Number of Al-Azhar's Food Poisoning Cases Rises to 479, No D
  17. Libya: Thousands of Libyan Families Displaced in the Nafusa Mountains
  18. Africa: Forum Participants Move Against 'Carbon Colonialism'
  19. Egypt: Mubarak-Era Minister Referred to Criminal Court Over Graft Charges
  20. Morocco: Military Court's Judgment in Case Based On 2010 Western Sahara Clash
  21. Egypt: Azhar's Tayeb Convenes Meeting As Mursi Visits Food-Poisoned Students
  22. Gambia: To Boycott or Not to Boycott the Elections
  23. Nigeria: First Lady's Trip to German Hospital Routine, Says Aide
  24. Liberia: Ruling Party Chief Denies Plotting Protest Against Govt
  25. Nigeria: Boko Haram - Federal Govt Report Rejects Compensation for Victims
  26. Mali: Detained Newspaper Editor Charged Over Soldier's Open Letter
  27. Congo-Kinshasa: Bosco Ntaganda's Surrender - What Must Be Different This Time
  28. Uganda: M23 Appeals to Museveni Over Kampala Talks
  29. Eritrea: Activist Fights to Free Family From Sentence Without Trial
  30. Djibouti: A New Prime Minister Appointed in Djibouti
  31. Rwanda: France Orders First Trial of Rwandan Over Genocide
  32. South Africa: Why Court Ruling on Novartis Matters to South Africa
  33. Zimbabwe: With a Radio Ban, Mugabe Sharpens the Old Enemy's Weapon
  34. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Gazettes Constitution Bill
  35. South Africa: India Court Ruling Significant for SA
  36. South Africa: African Press Review 2 April 2013
  37. South Africa: Blitzbokke Capture Tokyo Sevens
  38. Namibia: Deputy Minister Faces Another Reckless Driving Charge
  39. Zambia: TIZ Cry Over PF Induced By-Election
  40. Mali: Calm Restored in Timbuktu After Rebel Attack Is Repelled
  41. Libya: Refugees of Libyan War Protest At World Social Forum
  42. Western Sahara: President of Republic Describes As 'Shameful Act' Recent Aggression O
  43. Egypt: Ex-FM of Egypt Says Opposed to Joining ICC, Will Force Country to Arrest Bashi
  44. Egypt: Egypt's Morsi Visit to Sudan 'Historic' - Official
  45. Tunisia: Creation of Tunisian-Saharawi Solidarity Committee
  46. Mali: Suicide Bombing, Jihadi Attack in Central Timbuktu
  47. Liberia: Former Liberian President Dies
  48. Liberia: Finance Minister Returns to a Triumphant Welcome
  49. Nigeria: Nigeria Loses U.S.$6Billion Annually to Crude Oil Theft
  50. Liberia: Was the Legislature Bribed to Ratify New Oil Deal
  51. Uganda: Elections Without Electoral Reforms Is a Joke - Besigye
  52. Eritrea: 'Fear and Limbo' Drives Woman to Set Up Support Centre in Israel
  53. Tanzania: Collapse Death Toll Rises to 30 as Survivor Speaks
  54. Tanzania: Residents Turn to Rain Water As Taps Run Dry
  55. Tanzania: Govt Fund Seeks to Protect Eastern Mountain Forests
  56. South Africa: Mandela 'Restful', Continues Treatment
  57. South Africa: Democratic Alliance Tables Motion for CAR Withdrawal
  58. South Africa: Stones of Support for Madiba
  59. Zimbabwe: Focus Should Be On Reforms, Not Polls
  60. Zimbabwe: Elections Not Possible in June - Analysts
  61. Nigeria: Henry Okah: Judicial and Political Plunders by Trial Judge
  62. Zimbabwe: Mtetwa Arrest Backfires
  63. Zimbabwe: Wikileaks Return to Haunt Zanu-PF
  64. Nigeria: Warri 2013 - Nigeria Sweeps Sprint Titles As Egypt Leads Day Two
  65. Tunisia: 'Our Goal Is to Lift Two Million Tunisians Out of Poverty in Next Five Years
  66. Egypt: Minister - a Modern Technology to Decrease Depending On Diesel Fuel in Power P
  67. Egypt: Prime Minister - Interior Ministry's Media Department Conveys a True Image of
  68. Egypt: Public Prosecutor Orders Stopping Arrest of Rachid Mohamed Rachid
  69. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Nine in Fresh Attack ...as Truck Crushes Four Beggars
  70. Egypt: Egypt Receives Invitation From Britain to Attend Conference On Somalia - Diplo
  71. Angola: Secretary of State Delivers Computers Room to 27 De Março School
  72. Angola: Angola's Adversaries for Afrobasket Eliminatory Stage Known Saturday
  73. Angola: Spontaneous Movement Reiterates Support to Head of State
  74. Angola: Technical and Logistical Conditions for Pilot Population Census Set
  75. Angola: Defence Minister Praises Women's Role, Determination
  76. Egypt: Morsi Meets His Advisors, Aides, Reviews Outcome of His Visit to Qatar, South
  77. Libya: Security Problems Persist
  78. Mali: Islamist Militants Attack Timbuktu
  79. Nigeria: JTF Foils Kano Suicide Bombing Plot, Kill 14 Insurgents
  80. Liberia: Finance Minister Returns After Health Scare
  81. Nigeria: JTF Kills 14 Boko Haram Suspects in Kano Shootout
  82. Nigeria: Kano State Governor - Govt Is Biased Against North
  83. Uganda: Public Service Hit By Salary Crisis
  84. Egypt: Protests in Solidarity With Alexandria's Detained Activists
  85. Egypt: Morsi - I Am President of All Egyptians
  86. Egypt: Shura Council Condemns Human Rights Watch Comments on Demonstration Law
  87. Egypt: Switzerland Prepared a Draft Bill On Restoring Smuggled Funds
  88. Libya: Ensure Due Process for Extradited Libyans
  89. Nigeria: Task Force Impounds Vessel for Alleged Oil Theft
  90. Nigeria: Why Bunkering, Kidnappings Are Back in Niger Delta
  91. Africa: West Losing Out to China in Africa, Senegal's Sall Tells Obama
  92. Nigeria: Impunity, Not Corruption Is Nation's Biggest Problem
  93. Nigeria: Nigeria Telecommuncations - Nothing to Tell
  94. Kenya: Supreme Court Upholds Kenyatta Victory
  95. Kenya: Text of Supreme Court Decision Upholding Election Results
  96. Sudan: Sudanese Govt, Darfur Rebels Sign Peace Agreement in Doha
  97. Uganda: Tackling Scarcity At Makerere University
  98. Uganda: Country Seeks Greater Yields Without Chemicals
  99. Africa: Four Successful Countries Lay Plans for Future Success
  100. South Africa: Village Takes a Stance Against Abuse
  101. South Africa: Mpumalanga Patients Excited About Fixed-Dose ARVs
  102. South Africa: Teens Taught to Protect Themselves From Rape
  103. South Sudan: South Sudan Looking to Join NBI Framework Agreement, Says Ambassador
  104. Angola: Angolan President Analyses Co-Operation With Chinese Counterpart
  105. Egypt: Protests Continue in Cairo
  106. Tunisia: Brazil Ready to Provide Tunisia With All Means to Fight Against Poverty, Say
  107. Western Sahara: 'Patience of Saharawis Reaches Limits,' Says Saharawi Official
  108. Tunisia: Participation of Saharawi Delegation At World Social Forum in Tunis
  109. Burkina Faso: Drip Irrigation Bears Fruit
  110. Cameroon: Forest Dwellers Lose Out as Land Handed to Developers
  111. Cote d'Ivoire: Registering Births Now Possible Via SMS
  112. Cote d'Ivoire: Several Liberian Mercenaries Arrested in Ivory Coast
  113. Cote d'Ivoire: Relief as Thousands Recognized As Ivoirian Citizens
  114. Kenya: IEBC Defends Registers
  115. Tanzania: Land Grab Could Spell 'The End of the Maasai and the Serengeti'
  116. Djibouti: At the President's Pleasure - Post-Election Repression
  117. Uganda: Government Under Pressure to Boost ARV Funding
  118. Somalia: Will Somalia Get Enough Rain This Year?
  119. Zimbabwe: New Constitution, but Disputes Over the Land Provisions Continue
  120. South Africa: Land, Labour, and the Tumultuous Agrarian Landscape
  121. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Struggling to Pay Laid-Off Workers
  122. Mozambique: First HIV Vaccine Trial Heralds New Era in Local Research
  123. Africa: Challenges of the Brics
  124. Africa: Brics Lessons From Durban
  125. South Africa: Brics Nations Open Summit in South Africa
  126. The Prospects for Black Radical Broadcasting and Who Will Survive America?
  127. Egypt: Protesters Close Tahrir Square Again, As Gunshots Heard
  128. South Africa: Mandela 'Responding Positively' to Treatment
  129. Egypt: AOHR Denounces Attacking Hafez Abu Seada and Hassan Nafa
  130. Egypt: Unknown Assailants Open Tahrir to Traffic, Attack Protesters
  131. Egypt: German Investments Worth U.S $2.6 Billion to Establish Industrial Complex for
  132. Egypt: U.S Funds Technological Training Academy in Egypt
  133. Egypt: Morsi Meets African Group "16 Countries"
  134. Liberia: 'Reduce Widening Gap Between the Rich and Poor' - Ruling Party Secretary
  135. Liberia: Taylor's Lawyer Appeals to Ellen
  136. Ghana: Oil Output Jumps but No Plans to Loosen Policy
  137. Nigeria: Another 1000 Women for Kano Mass Wedding
  138. Nigeria: Senate, Security Chiefs in Six-Hour Session
  139. Sudan: Govt Forces Need to Stop Attacking Civilians in Darfur
  140. Africa: Kagame Cautions Africa, Rwanda
  141. Kenya: Uhuru, Ruto Lawyers Say Cord Poll Petition Has No Basis
  142. Kenya: Uhuru to Be Sworn in On April 9 If Supreme Court Rules in His Favour
  143. Uganda: Free Rides for Bar Patrons Over Easter
  144. Zimbabwe: Upcoming Elections and the Political Reforms That Never Were
  145. South Africa: Nelson Mandela Back in Hospital
  146. Africa: Not Yet Banking on the Brics
  147. South Africa: Will the ANC Alliance Hold as the 2014 Elections Approach?
  148. Africa: Over 5,000 Ugandans Detained in South Africa, Zimbabwe
  149. South Africa: Seven Policemen in Tatane Case Acquitted
  150. Zimbabwe: Poll Dates Hearing On Today
  151. South Africa: Pistorius Has Travel Ban Lifted
  152. Egypt: Coptic Christians Must Be Protected From Sectarian Violence
  153. Egypt: Prosecution Dismisses Charges Against Activist Alaa Abdel Fattah
  154. Egypt: Rights Group - Mursi's Practices Violate Human Rights
  155. Tunisia: NCA Speaker Extends Message to World Social Forum
  156. Morocco: Culture - Inspired the Rolling Stones - Master Musicians of Joujouka Festiva
  157. Liberia: Senate Confirms New Elections Chief
  158. Nigeria: Convicted Militant Okah's Wife Speaks Out
  159. Liberia: 'Stable, But Fragile' - UN Secretary General Describes Liberia's Current Sec
  160. Liberia: Legislature Ratifies New Oil Deal
  161. Nigeria: Militant Group Threatens 'Hell' Over Leader's Jail Term in South Africa
  162. Ethiopia: Ruling Party Delegates Unhappy With Zenawi Eulogy
  163. Congo-Kinshasa: Ntaganda Faces Justice At the ICC After Six Years On the Run
  164. East Africa: Bioscience Should Underpin African Agriculture, Meeting Hears
  165. Kenya: Kenyatta's Winning Methods
  166. Kenya: Rejected Votes Debate Lands in Supreme Court
  167. Zimbabwe: Heading Towards Elections Without Political Reforms
  168. Africa: Idasa's Demise, Broken Donor Promises and Africa's Naive Civil Society
  169. Lesotho: Fishing for Jobs
  170. Africa: The Brics and Africa's Growth Dilemma
  171. South Africa: Defence Force Denies Troops Attacked By CAR Soldiers
  172. Zambia: Electricity for All but Those the Kariba Dam Displaced
  173. Zimbabwe: Roller Coaster to Democracy - New Ride, Old Track
  174. Mali: Azawad Trumps Mali Elections
  175. Nigeria: October 1 Bombings - Henry Okah Jailed for 24 Years
  176. Egypt: Top Prosecutor Orders Arrest of Activists
  177. North Africa: AQIM Names New Field Leader
  178. Tunisia: Tunisia Penalises Rappers for Anti-Police Video
  179. Libya: Why Have We Forgotten About Libya?
  180. Morocco: Morocco's King Mohammed VI Deepens Ties With African States
  181. Nigeria: South African Court Sentences Militant Leader Okah
  182. Sierra Leone: Ahead of Drawdown, Security Council Extends UN Office in Sierra Leone f
  183. Liberia: Undefined Protest Threatens Liberia's Post War Stability, Peace
  184. Liberia: Opposition Calls Mass Rally Against Elections Chief Nominee
  185. Congo-Kinshasa: War Crimes Suspect Ntaganda Appears at Hague Court
  186. Central Africa: What Ntaganda's Surrender Means for Rwanda and DR Congo
  187. Ethiopia: Govt Hopes for an Energy Bonanza From Burning Waste
  188. Rwanda: Congo's Ntaganda Appears Before ICC, Pleads Not Guilty
  189. Madagascar: Over $41 Million Needed to End Locust Plague, Says UN Agency
  190. Zambia: Former President Banda Pleads Not Guilty
  191. Malawi: A Small-Scale Farmer's Story
  192. Africa: Brics in Africa - a Development Dream?
  193. Zimbabwe: Railroads Riding to Extinction
  194. South Africa: Learning From the Rising Powers' Development Experiences - a Report Bac
  195. Malawi: Gender Inclusiveness Could Bring Currents of Change in Water and Food Securit
  196. The Continuing Fight to Save Black Studies: Temple University
  197. Exclusive In-Depth Interview with David Floyd About His Lawsuit Against the NYPD
  198. Liberia: Progress Must Be Inclusive to Ensure Lasting Peace - UN Envoy
  199. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Peacekeepers Step Up Patrols in West After Attack
  200. Zimbabwe: Human Rights Lawyer Released
  201. Egypt: Opposition Condemns Siege of Media Production City
  202. Libya: Egypt Delivers Libyan Officials to Tripoli
  203. West Africa: More Than 50 Injured Following Peaceful Demonstration in Occupied El Aai
  204. Egypt: Egypt Cabinet Denounces Siege of Media Production City
  205. Egypt: Protests Continue Outside Media Production City
  206. West Africa: Local Rice Makes the Grade
  207. Mali: France Confirms Death of Al Qaeda Warlord
  208. Nigeria: Chinua Achebe - 'The Most Perceptive Observer of African Life'
  209. Liberia: Fifteen Political Parties Want New Elections Chief Confirmed
  210. Nigeria: Grieving the Loss of Achebe's Special Voice
  211. Sudan: Joint UN-AU Mission in Darfur Condemns Arrest of IDPs
  212. Sudan: Participants Peace Conference Darfur Arrested Despite Armed UN Escort
  213. Somalia: Twin Explosions Rock Presidential Palace in Kismayu
  214. Somalia: Radio Journalist Shot Dead
  215. Somalia: UN Envoy Shocked By Deadly Attack On Radio Journalist
  216. Zimbabwe: EU Partially Lifts Sanctions After Referendum
  217. Zambia: Banda's Lawyer Denounces 'Politically Motivated' Arrest
  218. Mozambique: Mozambicans Want More Payback From Mining Companies
  219. South Africa: 13 Soldiers Killed in CAR Clashes
  220. South Africa: Crowdsourcing to Tackle Water Leaks
  221. Lesotho: Mixed Picture for Lesotho's Food Security
  222. South Africa: Quest for a TB Vaccine
  223. Southern Africa: Southern Africa Cracks Down On TB in Mines
  224. Egypt: Court to Hear Challenges to Election Suspension
  225. Egypt: Unknown Assailants Storm FJP Headquarters in Manial
  226. Egypt: Ex-Presidential Candidate Among Injured in Mokattam Protests
  227. Egypt: Minister - EU Funds Program for Developing Slums in Urban Areas
  228. Egypt: Morsi to Address 24th Arab Summit in Doha
  229. Nigeria: Eight Ruling Party Governors Set to Defect
  230. Ethiopia: Federal High Court Hearing Ethiopian, Nigerian Airlines Case
  231. Nigeria: Military Grumbles Over Salary Disparity
  232. Nigeria: Three Policemen, Two Farmers Killed in Benue
  233. Kenya: African Court's Historic Ruling on Indigenous Forest People
  234. Congo-Kinshasa: War Crimes Suspect Bosco Ntaganda En Route to the Hague
  235. Kenya: Displacement and Resistance - the Ogiek of Kenya
  236. Sudan: Sudan - Are the Brakes Coming Off the Train?
  237. Kenya: ICC Witness Who Recanted Ruto Evidence Speaks Out
  238. Zimbabwe: An Imperfect Constitution?
  239. Zimbabwe: The End of Power Sharing, the Return of Brute Power
  240. South Africa/Central African Republic: Bafana Go Top of Group a in 2014 World Cup Qua
  241. Namibia: Predictions Suggest Floods Will Get Worse Through the Season
  242. Zimbabwe: Another Bitter Election Looms
  243. Namibia: 30 'struggle Children' Arrested
  244. Africa: ACHPR Finds Zimbabwe Guilty of Torture
  245. Zimbabwe: Can the Referendum Mirror Election Voting Pattern?
  246. Africa: Achebe - the Passing of a Great Man, a Great Writer and a Passionate Human Be
  247. Egypt: Egyptian Bedouin Kidnap Two Tourists
  248. Tunisia: "Iraq Started Procedures to Pardon Tunisian Prisoners" Says Presidency
  249. Egypt/Zimbabwe: Warriors Settle in Egypt
  250. Egypt: Clashes in Front of MB Guidance Office in Moqattam