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  1. Zimbabwe: No to Hypocrisy, West Told
  2. Egypt: Morsi - Egypt in Gradual Democratic Transition
  3. Liberia: Liberia Has Turned the Corner - Sirleaf
  4. Mali: Security Council Debates Deploying Force in North
  5. Nigeria: Govt Clashes With Saudis Over Detained Women
  6. Ghana: 'Ghana Will Not Be the Storehouse of Any Resources or Weapons'
  7. Nigeria: Delta Militants Angry Over Amnesty Deal
  8. Sudan: Khartoum, Juba Agree on Border Security, Citizenship
  9. East Africa: Gas Boom Threatens Environment
  10. Kenya: Striking Doctors to be Replaced
  11. Somalia: Al Shabaab Plan to Infiltrate Forces - Claim
  12. Zimbabwe: Parties Not Agreed on Election Date
  13. Zambia: Minimum Wage Hits Food Prices
  14. Southern Africa: Warning Over Zambezi Dams
  15. South Africa: Agency Cuts Nation's Credit Rating
  16. South Africa: Three Arrested Over Boxer's Killing
  17. Zambia: New Mines Law Coming
  18. Zambia: Govt's Plans for Taxes, China & Banks
  19. Mali: Refugees Overwhelm Mauritania Camp
  20. Morocco: Steep Path for Materal Health Strides in Atlas Mountains
  21. Egypt: Mursi - an Astute Politician
  22. Egypt: Survey to Help Spur Innovation in Islamic Countries
  23. Tunisia: Former Presidential Adviser Convicted for Criticizing the Army
  24. Cote d'Ivoire: Call for Criminal Probe Over Toxic Dumping Scandal
  25. Nigeria: Saudi Govt Now Hold Thousand Female Pilgrims
  26. Nigeria: Govt Adopts New HIV Vaccine Plan
  27. Mali: Consensus Is Clear - Reunite Mali. but How?
  28. South Sudan: African Mediators Extend Summit
  29. Sudan: Dozens Killed in Darfur Clashes
  30. Somalia: Kenya Probes Killing of Civilians
  31. Ethiopia: Prime Minister Pledges Continuity, Sees Collective Leadership Return
  32. Sudan: Sudan's Letter Rejecting AU Proposal On Abyei Issue
  33. South Africa: Youth Leader Charged with Graft, Granted Bail
  34. Angola: Presidential Guards Go on Trial
  35. Rwanda: Delegation to Learn Aid Effectiveness
  36. Angola: Presidential Guards At the Service of Private Business
  37. South Africa: President Zuma Calls for an Objective UN
  38. Mozambique: Protecting the Nation's Fish Stocks
  39. Zambia: Sata's Award Source of Pride - Sakeni
  40. Namibia: Pohamba Calls for Security Council Reform
  41. North Africa: Obama Condemns 'Violence, Intolerance'
  42. Egypt: Grand Imam, Church Want to Criminalize Defamation of Religions
  43. Egypt: Govt Denies Deal With Sudan to Strike Ethiopian Dam
  44. North Africa: Briefing: Clinton's Meeting With Egypt's President Mursi
  45. Africa: Mitt Romney At the Clinton Global Initiative (Remarks)
  46. Mali: UN to Debate Military Intervention
  47. Nigeria: Nobel Laureate Soyinka Calls for Armed Intervention
  48. Cameroon: U.S. Firm Under Fire Over Palm Oil Project
  49. Cote d'Ivoire: New Cassava Varieties Bring Women Autonomy
  50. Liberia: Taylor Ex-Wife Gets U.S. Visa Contrary to Denial Reports
  51. Somalia: Kenyan Jets Attack Southern Port
  52. Sudan: No Peace Talks Breakthrough in Sight
  53. Kenya: Tana Residents Protest Against 'Torture'
  54. Somalia: UN Condemns Killing of Somali Legislator
  55. South Sudan: Cooperative-Run Electricity Empowers Town
  56. Malawi: Focus Shifts to Nutrition, New Crops to Tackle Food Crisis
  57. Zambia: Kenneth Kaunda Discharged
  58. East Africa: Anti-Malaria Strategy Under Review
  59. South Africa: Economic Growth in South Africa - Has the ANC Got It Wrong?
  60. Angola: President's Inaguration Elevates Spirit of Trust
  61. South Africa: SAPS, Organisers Meeting On Malema Vigil
  62. South Africa: Malema's Associates to Appear
  63. Zimbabwe: The Mean Season for Gays
  64. Tunisia: Clinton, Tunisian Foreign Minister Before Meeting
  65. Sierra Leone: Guinea-Sierra Leone - Cholera Outbreak Easing
  66. Morocco: Govt Cracks Down on Dissent
  67. Egypt: Two Constitution Articles Threaten Freedom of Press - Assembly Spox
  68. Egypt: Israeli Foreign Minister Sees No Future Changes in Treaty With Nation
  69. Egypt: Group Condemns Child Marriage Proposal
  70. Cameroon/Algeria: Cameroon One Step Away From 'Algeria 2013' Final Round
  71. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Attacks Church
  72. Mali: The Need for Determined and Coordinated International Action
  73. Nigeria: Passengers Scramble for Tickets As Arik Resumes Flights
  74. Liberia: 'Corruption May Stall Liberia's Progress'
  75. Mali: Struggling to Deliver Aid to Rebel-Held North
  76. Sudan: Bashir, Kiir Continue Talks
  77. East Africa: Gas Finds Attract Global Investment
  78. Somalia: Al Shabaab Targets Journalists
  79. Africa: Where Have Africa's Future Builders Gone?
  80. Kenya: National Exams Postponed by Three Weeks
  81. Swaziland: Child Marriages Banned
  82. Zambia: Kaunda Stabilises in Hospital
  83. Malawi: Banda Delivers Keynote to U.S Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
  84. Namibia: Teen Jailed for 15 Years for Murder
  85. South Africa: Court Date, Venue Not Confirmed - Malema Lawyer
  86. South Africa: Search for Sanders's Killers Continues
  87. Zambia: Princess Anne Arrives On Tour of Duty
  88. A Lie of Reinvention Roundtable
  89. South Sudan: Mixed Reactions to AU Proposal Over Abyei
  90. Sudan: Negotiating Delegation Affirms Agreement On Temporary Security Map Has Nothing
  91. Egypt: President Urges Revived U.S. Alliance
  92. Sudan: Egyptian Bank to Fund Investment in Sudan With 500 Million Dollars
  93. Angola: Under-18 Females Basketball Team Lose to Egypt
  94. Egypt: Morsi Holds Several Meetings On Sidelines of Unga Sessions - Ali
  95. Egypt: Morsi Arrives in New York Sunday
  96. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Attacks Bauchi Church - Kills Two Injures 46
  97. Nigeria: Kano Protest Over Anti-Islam Video
  98. Gambia: Pressure on Jammeh Succeeds - For Now
  99. Nigeria: Army Deploys Battalions to Troubled Towns
  100. Nigeria: 24-Hour Curfew On Damaturu
  101. Sudan: AU Calls for 'Comprehensive' Deal Between Two Sudans
  102. Somalia: 200 Former Al Shabaab Agents Surrender to Allied Forces
  103. Uganda: Museveni, Investors Fight Over Refinery
  104. Kenya: Kenyatta's Comeback
  105. Sudan: President Al-Bashir to Meet With Salva Kiir Monday in Addis Ababa
  106. South Africa: Zuma Hits Back As Mining Unrest Spreads
  107. Swaziland: King Controls Telecoms Sector
  108. South Africa: Youth Leader Faces Massive Tax Bill
  109. Mozambique: President Inaugurates Ruling Party Congress
  110. Swaziland: Cattle Die in the Thousands
  111. South Africa: Malema Made Millions From Fraudulent Tender - Report
  112. Kenya: South Africans Rule Safaricom Sevens
  113. Morocco: Royal Visit to Kentia - Structuring Rail Projects With a National Dimension
  114. Morocco: HM the King Launches in Kenitra Attayssir Operation to Build Social Houses
  115. Nigeria: Arik Air Resumes Flight Operations Today
  116. Egypt: Acting Patriarch - Abuse of Religions Needs Firm Stance
  117. Tunisia: Clinton Remarks With Tunisian Foreign Minister
  118. Egypt: Mufti Urges Muslims to Endure Insults Peacefully
  119. North Africa: Obama Brands Video 'Offensive,' Condemns Violence
  120. Egypt: Country Seeks Stronger Cooperation Ties With Friends in This Tough Time - Mini
  121. Nigeria: Cautious Optimism As Hajj Airlift Begins
  122. Senegal: Transcending Tradition - Youth Make Themselves Heard
  123. Cote d'Ivoire: A Reluctant Farewell to Arms
  124. Nigeria: Flood Wreaks Havoc in Delta
  125. Nigeria: Amcon - Nestoil Not an Obligor, Not Blacklisted
  126. South Sudan: World Pressure Grows Over Juba-Khartoum Talks
  127. Uganda: Army Vows to Catch Kony Soon
  128. Somalia: Kenya Boosts Security After Militant Threats
  129. Ethiopia: New PM Sworn In
  130. Somalia: Mogadishu Café Suicide Bomb Kills 15
  131. Lesotho: Hunger Emergency Escalates
  132. Zambia: Sata Condemns Political Violence
  133. Africa: State to Prosecute Youth Leader Malema
  134. Zambia: 'Only Grade 12 Certificate Holders Should Contest Parliament Seats'
  135. Zambia: 'Economic Growth On Track'
  136. Zambia: Text of Sata's Speech Opening Parliament
  137. Angola: President of Republic Takes Office Wednesday
  138. Mozambique: Police Detain Alleged Kidnap Boss
  139. Western Sahara: UNHCR Chief Welcomes Latest Talks in Geneva on Sahrawi
  140. Morocco: Young Saharawis Are Fed Up With the Futile Peace Process
  141. Egypt: Antiquities Ministry Bans Religious, Political Activities At Archaeological Si
  142. Egypt: Prime Minister - Nation, Sudan Determined to Achieve Leap in Ties
  143. Egypt: Presidential Advisor - Nation Has Never Been U.S. Ally
  144. Niger: Child Mortality Slashed
  145. Nigeria: Why We Designated Three Members of Boko Haram As Terrorists - U.S.
  146. Mali: End Horrific Abuses Targeting Civilians Amid Conflict
  147. Liberia: UN Mission Concerned About Reports of 'Mercenary' Activities
  148. Liberia: Govt Grabs 'Big Money Rogue'
  149. Sudan: Hopes for a Breakthrough Between Two Sudans
  150. Kenya: Land and Communal Clashes Increase as Country Gears Up for Elections
  151. Kenya: Al Shabaab Terrorist Jailed for 59 Years
  152. Kenya: NGO Supports Police Reform
  153. East Africa: Why Punish Uganda for Kenyan Problems?
  154. South Africa: Business as Usual After Marikana Mine Violence?
  155. Mozambique: How the Country of the Young Is Failing Its Elderly
  156. Swaziland: Putting Smallscale Farmers First
  157. Zimbabwe: Pm's Messy Love Life Splits Party
  158. Zimbabwe: Debate On UN Relevance Gathers Momentum
  159. South Africa: Celebrate Your Heritage!
  160. South Africa: Western Cape Government Deepens Health Research in the Province
  161. Zambia: State Funeral for Mama Betty
  162. Southern Africa: Unicef Appoints Tuku as Regional Goodwill Ambassador for Eastern and
  163. Zimbabwe: PM's Father-in-Law Bares Soul
  164. Libya: Benghazi Police Mutiny After U.S. Envoy Killed
  165. Sudan: Sudan, Libya Agree On a Number of Joint Mining Projects
  166. Morocco: ANHRI Condemns the Assault On the Sahraa Female Activists
  167. Egypt: Mursi Condemns Syrian Regime, Warns Iran
  168. North Africa: TEF, Allword Network Introduce 'Nigeria Fast Growth 50'
  169. Gambia: President Jammeh Responds to Death Penalty Criticism
  170. Mali: Al Qaeda Threatens to Kill French Hostages
  171. Nigeria: What is Story Behind Bakassi Dispute?
  172. Nigeria: INEC Begins Printing 40 Million Permanent Voters' Cards - Jega
  173. Nigeria: Foreign Airlines Made N842 Billion in Five Years - Remitted N670 Billion in
  174. Somalia: Mogadishu Restaurant Bombings Kill 10, Including 3 Journalists
  175. Kenya: No Bodies Found in Suspected Mass Graves
  176. Uganda: 'Haunted' Children Slow to Receive Medical Help
  177. Tanzania: Expose Bad Oil Deals, Media Urged
  178. Sudan: Army Capture New Rebel Position in Blue Nile
  179. South Africa: Police Strategies Yielding Results As Organised Crime Drops
  180. Mozambique: Country Hopes to Rebuild Clothing Sector
  181. South Africa: The Pesticide Industry Half a Century After 'Silent Spring'
  182. South Africa: Lonmin Workers Return to Work
  183. Zambia: Wife of First President Kaunda Dies
  184. Zimbabwe: Constitution Must Reflect People's Aspirations
  185. South Africa: President Zuma Authorises Sandf Deployment in Marikana
  186. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Plan Off Rails
  187. Somalia: Multiple Blasts Hit Troops in Afgoye Town
  188. South Africa: Lonmin, Unions Sign Wage Increase Agreement
  189. Africa: Kenya Bans Press from Mass Graves
  190. Egypt: Seven Coptic Expats Referred to Criminal Justice
  191. West Africa: West African and Caribbean Seas 'Need Protection'
  192. Nigeria: Military Force Takes Over Boko Haram Centre
  193. Liberia: Investing in the Nation's Future Through Education
  194. Somalia: More Al Shabaab Militants Killed in Kismayo Offensive
  195. Nigeria: Tinubu Calls for Abolition of Senate
  196. Nigeria: National Assembly Rejects Sanusi's N5000 Note
  197. Namibia: 16 Years for Cigarette Murder
  198. South Africa: 19 Arrested as Mine Unrest Spread
  199. South Africa: Secrecy Bill Still Looms - and Is Evil As Ever
  200. South Africa: Medicines Council Delays Access to Lifesaving TB Drug
  201. Zimbabwe: Marriage Row: Tsvangirai Threatened with Perjury Charges
  202. South Africa: Parties Sign Deal to End Marikana Strike
  203. Angola: Elections 2012 - Politics Finally Gets Real
  204. East Africa: More Ugandan and S Sudanese Troops Join Anti-LRA Force
  205. Africa: African Court Elects New President
  206. Africa: Uganda Oils Sales to China
  207. Egypt: Public Prosecutor Asks Interpol to Arrest Eight People Over Anti-Islam Movie
  208. Tunisia: Technical Investigation Commission On Circumstances of Emigrants' Shipwreck
  209. Morocco: President Renews Call On Ban Ki-Moon to Immediately Intervene to End Nation'
  210. Tunisia: Alecso Condemns Attack On American School in Tunis
  211. Rwanda: Genocide Fugitive May be Hiding in Zimbabwe
  212. Namibia: Inequality Causes Labour Unrest
  213. South Africa: Eight Die in Suicide Bomb Attack in Afghanistan
  214. Namibia: Tee-Off Time for Charity
  215. Malawi: Shrinking Lake Threatens Livelihoods
  216. South Africa: Kabul Bomb Kills Eight Locals
  217. Africa: African Growth 'Depends On Inclusion'
  218. Uganda: Main Cause of Death Among HIV Positive Children
  219. South Africa: Apocalypse South Africa - Rumours of Armageddon Greatly Exaggerated
  220. Kenya: Upclose and Candid With Kibaki's Former Aide
  221. Africa: Nansen Refugee Award Winner Brings Knowledge and Hope to Displaced Somalis
  222. Kenya: Nation Poised for Major Science Commitment
  223. Kenya: Teachers Told to Brace for Prolonged Strike
  224. Uganda: Al-Shabaab in Disarray
  225. Liberia: Audit Report Indicts Petroleum, Commerce Chiefs in U.S.$13 Million Oil Grant
  226. Nigeria: Fresh Oil Spill Hits Bayelsa Community
  227. Gambia: Amid Execution Debate, the Gambia Censors Newspapers
  228. Liberia: Children Face Bleak Future
  229. Tunisia: NCA Speaker At Bedside of Policemen Wounded and U.S. School to Assess Damage
  230. South Africa: Mining Sector Trouble Dominates Headlines
  231. Sierra Leone: UN Calls for Credible Polls On November 17
  232. Tunisia: Washington Orders Departure of All Non-Emergency U.S. Government Personnel F
  233. Egypt: New Hotline to Report Sexual Harassment Cases
  234. Libya: Video Shows Libyans Trying to Rescue U.S. Ambassador
  235. Nigeria: 'Nigerians Kept in Dark Over First Lady's Health'
  236. Sudan: Authorities Block Youtube Over Anti-Islam Film - Sources
  237. South Africa: Taxis to Raise Fares Following Petrol Price Hike
  238. Liberia: Owners May Take Legal Action Over Cancelled Mining Licenses
  239. Togo: French Businessman Extradited On Alleged Fraud
  240. Nigeria: Bakassi Belongs to Nigeria - Claim
  241. Egypt: Pressing the Charges of Insulting the Religion to the Activist 'Albir Saber',
  242. Nigeria: 20 Bodies Recovered in Adamawa Floods
  243. Egypt: Initiative Launched to End Sexual Harassment
  244. Egypt: Release of 66 American Embassy Offenders
  245. North Africa: U.S. Embassy Staff Recalled
  246. Egypt: Sudan's Wanted President Visits
  247. A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X! Just Released!
  248. South Africa: Hawks Investigating Malema
  249. South Africa: President Condemned for Deploying Army to Marikana
  250. Africa: SA Home to Africa's Top Two Universities