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  1. Southern Africa: Unicef Appoints Tuku as Regional Goodwill Ambassador for Eastern and
  2. Zimbabwe: PM's Father-in-Law Bares Soul
  3. Libya: Benghazi Police Mutiny After U.S. Envoy Killed
  4. Sudan: Sudan, Libya Agree On a Number of Joint Mining Projects
  5. Morocco: ANHRI Condemns the Assault On the Sahraa Female Activists
  6. Egypt: Mursi Condemns Syrian Regime, Warns Iran
  7. North Africa: TEF, Allword Network Introduce 'Nigeria Fast Growth 50'
  8. Gambia: President Jammeh Responds to Death Penalty Criticism
  9. Mali: Al Qaeda Threatens to Kill French Hostages
  10. Nigeria: What is Story Behind Bakassi Dispute?
  11. Nigeria: INEC Begins Printing 40 Million Permanent Voters' Cards - Jega
  12. Nigeria: Foreign Airlines Made N842 Billion in Five Years - Remitted N670 Billion in
  13. Somalia: Mogadishu Restaurant Bombings Kill 10, Including 3 Journalists
  14. Kenya: No Bodies Found in Suspected Mass Graves
  15. Uganda: 'Haunted' Children Slow to Receive Medical Help
  16. Tanzania: Expose Bad Oil Deals, Media Urged
  17. Sudan: Army Capture New Rebel Position in Blue Nile
  18. South Africa: Police Strategies Yielding Results As Organised Crime Drops
  19. Mozambique: Country Hopes to Rebuild Clothing Sector
  20. South Africa: The Pesticide Industry Half a Century After 'Silent Spring'
  21. South Africa: Lonmin Workers Return to Work
  22. Zambia: Wife of First President Kaunda Dies
  23. Zimbabwe: Constitution Must Reflect People's Aspirations
  24. South Africa: President Zuma Authorises Sandf Deployment in Marikana
  25. Zimbabwe: Mugabe's Plan Off Rails
  26. Somalia: Multiple Blasts Hit Troops in Afgoye Town
  27. South Africa: Lonmin, Unions Sign Wage Increase Agreement
  28. Africa: Kenya Bans Press from Mass Graves
  29. Egypt: Seven Coptic Expats Referred to Criminal Justice
  30. West Africa: West African and Caribbean Seas 'Need Protection'
  31. Nigeria: Military Force Takes Over Boko Haram Centre
  32. Liberia: Investing in the Nation's Future Through Education
  33. Somalia: More Al Shabaab Militants Killed in Kismayo Offensive
  34. Nigeria: Tinubu Calls for Abolition of Senate
  35. Nigeria: National Assembly Rejects Sanusi's N5000 Note
  36. Namibia: 16 Years for Cigarette Murder
  37. South Africa: 19 Arrested as Mine Unrest Spread
  38. South Africa: Secrecy Bill Still Looms - and Is Evil As Ever
  39. South Africa: Medicines Council Delays Access to Lifesaving TB Drug
  40. Zimbabwe: Marriage Row: Tsvangirai Threatened with Perjury Charges
  41. South Africa: Parties Sign Deal to End Marikana Strike
  42. Angola: Elections 2012 - Politics Finally Gets Real
  43. East Africa: More Ugandan and S Sudanese Troops Join Anti-LRA Force
  44. Africa: African Court Elects New President
  45. Africa: Uganda Oils Sales to China
  46. Egypt: Public Prosecutor Asks Interpol to Arrest Eight People Over Anti-Islam Movie
  47. Tunisia: Technical Investigation Commission On Circumstances of Emigrants' Shipwreck
  48. Morocco: President Renews Call On Ban Ki-Moon to Immediately Intervene to End Nation'
  49. Tunisia: Alecso Condemns Attack On American School in Tunis
  50. Rwanda: Genocide Fugitive May be Hiding in Zimbabwe
  51. Namibia: Inequality Causes Labour Unrest
  52. South Africa: Eight Die in Suicide Bomb Attack in Afghanistan
  53. Namibia: Tee-Off Time for Charity
  54. Malawi: Shrinking Lake Threatens Livelihoods
  55. South Africa: Kabul Bomb Kills Eight Locals
  56. Africa: African Growth 'Depends On Inclusion'
  57. Uganda: Main Cause of Death Among HIV Positive Children
  58. South Africa: Apocalypse South Africa - Rumours of Armageddon Greatly Exaggerated
  59. Kenya: Upclose and Candid With Kibaki's Former Aide
  60. Africa: Nansen Refugee Award Winner Brings Knowledge and Hope to Displaced Somalis
  61. Kenya: Nation Poised for Major Science Commitment
  62. Kenya: Teachers Told to Brace for Prolonged Strike
  63. Uganda: Al-Shabaab in Disarray
  64. Liberia: Audit Report Indicts Petroleum, Commerce Chiefs in U.S.$13 Million Oil Grant
  65. Nigeria: Fresh Oil Spill Hits Bayelsa Community
  66. Gambia: Amid Execution Debate, the Gambia Censors Newspapers
  67. Liberia: Children Face Bleak Future
  68. Tunisia: NCA Speaker At Bedside of Policemen Wounded and U.S. School to Assess Damage
  69. South Africa: Mining Sector Trouble Dominates Headlines
  70. Sierra Leone: UN Calls for Credible Polls On November 17
  71. Tunisia: Washington Orders Departure of All Non-Emergency U.S. Government Personnel F
  72. Egypt: New Hotline to Report Sexual Harassment Cases
  73. Libya: Video Shows Libyans Trying to Rescue U.S. Ambassador
  74. Nigeria: 'Nigerians Kept in Dark Over First Lady's Health'
  75. Sudan: Authorities Block Youtube Over Anti-Islam Film - Sources
  76. South Africa: Taxis to Raise Fares Following Petrol Price Hike
  77. Liberia: Owners May Take Legal Action Over Cancelled Mining Licenses
  78. Togo: French Businessman Extradited On Alleged Fraud
  79. Nigeria: Bakassi Belongs to Nigeria - Claim
  80. Egypt: Pressing the Charges of Insulting the Religion to the Activist 'Albir Saber',
  81. Nigeria: 20 Bodies Recovered in Adamawa Floods
  82. Egypt: Initiative Launched to End Sexual Harassment
  83. Egypt: Release of 66 American Embassy Offenders
  84. North Africa: U.S. Embassy Staff Recalled
  85. Egypt: Sudan's Wanted President Visits
  86. A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X! Just Released!
  87. South Africa: Hawks Investigating Malema
  88. South Africa: President Condemned for Deploying Army to Marikana
  89. Africa: SA Home to Africa's Top Two Universities
  90. South Africa: Government Formula Milk Sold for Profit
  91. Southern Africa: Osisa Launches Journalism Summer School
  92. South Africa: Mine Strike Spreads to Chrome Sector
  93. Malawi: Country Must Improve Survival Rates Among Newborn Children
  94. Ethiopia: Maids in a Severe Arab World
  95. Uganda: Ebola Virus No Longer a Threat - Ministry
  96. Rwanda: International Fund Approves Grant
  97. Rwanda: Trial for Genocide Suspect to Begin
  98. Tanzania: Agricultural Meet to Tackle Food Security
  99. Rwanda: National Rugby Team Target Good Outing
  100. Nigeria: You Can't Ignore These 10 Awardees of National Honours
  101. Nigeria: PDP Govs Absent At Chairman's Birthday Book Launch
  102. Cote d'Ivoire: Truth Commission - No Reconciliation On a Battlefield
  103. Sudan: Govt Rejects U.S. Marine Deployment for Embassy
  104. Somalia: Puntland Government Carries Out Major Cabinet Reshuffle
  105. Somalia: President Hassan Inaugurated in Mogadishu, Speaks About Way Forward
  106. Zimbabwe: Prime Minister Weds Woman of His Dreams
  107. Malawi: Saving the Lives of the Nation's Children
  108. Kenya: Elections Are On March Four, IEBC Affirms
  109. Somalia: A New President and the Opportunity for Renewal
  110. Egypt: Morsi, Bashir Discuss Promoting Ties, Developments in Middle East
  111. Nigeria: How Huge Debts Forced Jimoh Ibrahim to Ground National Airline
  112. Nigeria: Anxiety Heightens Over First Lady's Health
  113. Tunisia: 'Friday's Incident Can By No Means Affect American Friendship Relations,' Sa
  114. Tunisia: Death Toll in Attack On U.S Embassy in Tunis Rises to Four
  115. Morocco: Attack Against U.S Consulate in Benghazi - HM the King Offers Condolences to
  116. Egypt: Qandil - Some U.S. Embassy Protesters Paid to Take Part in Demonstrations
  117. South Africa: Minister Davies Announces Incubation Programme to Boost Small Enterpris
  118. Angola: 1º De Agosto Get Three Points Away
  119. Angola: Traffic Police Hold Stop Operation During Long Weekend
  120. Zimbabwe: Women Outraged by Tsvangirai's Sexual Escapades
  121. South Africa: Govt Respects the Constitutional Rights of Marikana Residents but Has t
  122. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Wants Polls Under Old Constitution
  123. Tanzania: Auditor General Counsels Media
  124. Sudan/Angola: Post Match Reaction - Al Hilal Versus Interclube
  125. Namibia: 'Industrial Strikes Scare Off Investors'
  126. Angola/Sudan: Interclube Lose to El Hilal in Khartoum
  127. Kenya: Protect Ordinary Citizens, Not Just the High and Mighty
  128. Nigeria: Ex-Minister Iheanacho, Released, Keeps Mum
  129. Kenya: Secret Side of Kibaki
  130. Tunisia: 'Practices of Some Groups Have Overstepped the Mark, What Happened Friday Un
  131. Tunisia: Country-World Bank - Road Map for Co-Operation in Local Development, Financ
  132. Tunisia: Protesters Set Fire to American School Building in Tunis
  133. Nigeria: Ex-Minister Arrested Over Oil Theft
  134. Tunisia/Algeria: Esperance Fail in CAF Record Attempt
  135. North Africa: President Marzouki - 'Time Has Come to Boost Arab Maghreb's Economic Bu
  136. Egypt: Country to Take Part in Turkey's Conference On Regional Security
  137. Egypt: President Morsy Attends Friday Prayer At Rome Mosque
  138. Sudan: Sen McCain Meets Delegation About Blue Nile & South Kordofan
  139. Kenya: Empowering the Nation's Widows
  140. Zambia: Mealie-Meal Prices Slashed
  141. Zambia: President Sata Thanks Investors for Support
  142. Zimbabwe: Prime Minister's Wedding Cancelled
  143. Angola: Agostinho Neto Bequeaths Sovereign People
  144. South Africa: Moeletsi Mbeki - 'Black Economic Empowerment Is Legalised Corruption'
  145. Sudan: Two Sudanese Killed in Protest Against U.S. Embassy, Police Say
  146. Uganda: Museveni, Mbabazi, Musisi Scoop Performance Awards
  147. Uganda: Oil and the Age of Entitlement
  148. Nigeria: Be Decisive in Anti-Corruption Fight, Catholic Bishops Charge Jonathan
  149. Nigeria: Lone Wanderers - the Intriguing Life of Nomadic Herdsmen
  150. Nigeria: 'Northern Women Entrepreneurs Need an Enabling Environment'
  151. Nigeria: Budget - Court Refuses to Stop Representatives From Impeaching Jonathan
  152. Tunisia: PM Condemns 'Terrorist Attack' On American Consulate in Benghazi
  153. South Africa: Lonmin Offer 'Very Far' From Worker Demands
  154. Zambia: Two RSZ Bosses Blocked At Airport
  155. Namibia: Double Murder Suspect Demands Mental Evaluation
  156. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Technical Committee to Look Into Save Valley Conservancy Issues
  157. Zimbabwe: PM's Wedding Called Off
  158. Zimbabwe: Firms, Prioritise Employee Pensions
  159. Zimbabwe: President Officially Opens National Defence College
  160. South Africa: Govt Issues Explicit Warning to Miners
  161. Somalia: President Moves to State House After Attacks
  162. Kenya: Cabinet Steps Into Public Sector Pay Row
  163. Sudan: Calls for Demonstrations to Protest Anti-Islam Film
  164. Sudan: Protesters Storm Western Diplomatic Missions Over Anti-Islam Film
  165. South Sudan: Hepatitis E Outbreak Kills 16 Refugees
  166. Liberia: Liberia-Ivorian Border Partially Reopened
  167. West Africa: After the Drought, Floods - and Harvest Worries
  168. Gambia: Mass Executions Awaken Worry
  169. Guinea: Conakry Residents Demand Cholera Vaccine
  170. Senegal: Parliament Votes to Abolish Senate
  171. Egypt: Brotherhood Says Will Not Take Part in Friday Protests
  172. Tunisia: Demonstrators attack American Embassy
  173. Libya: Parliament Elects New PM
  174. North Africa: U.S. Sends Marines, Warships to Libya
  175. Egypt: Rocks Thrown During U.S. Embassy Protest
  176. Kenya: Doctors' Strike Kicks Off
  177. Rwanda: Youth Empowerment Schemes Commendable
  178. Libya: Rein in Armed Groups - U.S. Ambassador Among Victims in Benghazi
  179. Zambia: Kabwe Residents Toast Zrl Return
  180. Zambia: Hold Your Fire, Bus Operators Told
  181. Zambia: Your Investments Are Safe, Assures Minister
  182. Namibia: Many Hopes Pinned On Water Investment Indaba
  183. Zambia: UPND Denied Permit Again
  184. Zimbabwe: New Political Party Approaches Mugabe Over Polls
  185. Zimbabwe: Is Zimbabwe on The Road to Recovery and Development?
  186. South Africa: Military to Seek Legal Advice On Malema
  187. Uganda: Teenager Becomes Uganda's Youngest MP
  188. Kenya: Resign, Teachers Tell Ministers
  189. Kenya: Minister Sacked Over Ethnic Killings
  190. East Africa: Farmers Adapting but Food Insecurity Persists, Researcher Says
  191. Liberia: U.S. Agency Threatens to Stop Funding Kimberly Process
  192. West Africa: ECOWAS Defence Chiefs Meet On Mali
  193. Gambia: Tobacco Control
  194. Liberia: Sirleaf Names Interim Chief Justice
  195. Libya: U.S. Ambassador to Libya Pays the Ultimate Price of Religious Madness
  196. North Africa: Convictions Continue to Crush Free Speech
  197. Egypt: Anti-Islam Film Sparks Anger, Fears of Backlash
  198. Nigeria: Security Alert Over 'Blasphemy' Film
  199. Kenya: Medical Association Sure to Avert Strike
  200. Zambia: Cops Nab Two 2 More Barotse Activists
  201. Zambia: New Management Takes Over ZRL
  202. Zambia: Rupiah Banda Doc's Car Impounded
  203. Zambia: ECZ Sets November 8 for Mufumbwe By-Election
  204. Southern Africa: Crime in Southern Africa Rises
  205. South Africa: Malema Wants to Turn Soldiers Against State - Minister
  206. Namibia: Hero's Welcome for Golden Girl and Paralympian Team Mates
  207. South Africa: Karoo Open for Fracking Business. Wide, Wide Open.
  208. Kenya: 160 Defence Force Solders Back to Work
  209. Somalia: Citizens Hopeful Over New President
  210. Sudan: Splinter in Darfur's Largest Rebel Group
  211. Somalia: New Somali President Survives Al Shabaab Assassination Bid
  212. West Africa: Recurring Floods Highlight Planning Failures
  213. Liberia: Cabinet Reshuffle Imminent?
  214. Liberia: Liberia On Verge of Becoming 'True Success Story' - UN
  215. West Africa: Cote d'Ivoire Recovery Boosts Region
  216. Egypt: Freedom and Justice Party Says Offensive Film Raises Sectarian Strife
  217. Libya: Assault on U.S. Consulate in Benghazi Leaves Four Dead, Including U.S. Ambassa
  218. Libya: Secretary Clinton's Remarks on American Deaths in Libya
  219. Libya: U.S. Ambassador Killed in Benghazi
  220. Senegal: French Cutbacks Hit Call Centres
  221. Nigeria: First Lady's Illness - Jonathan Ends Botswana Visit Abruptly
  222. Sudan: President Al-Bashir to Begin Official Visit to Cairo On Sunday
  223. Namibia: Cops Seize Knives and Ombike From School
  224. South Africa: Wage Strike Spreads to Second Mine
  225. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai and Mugabe Meet Over Constitutional Deadlock
  226. Zimbabwe: Chinese Take Over Several Prisons
  227. Swaziland: TV Editors in Trouble Over King
  228. Zambia: Police Arrest Separatists
  229. Zimbabwe: Finance Minister Seeks South African Loan
  230. Kenya: Kenya Airways - A High Flying Success Story?
  231. Kenya: MPs Want Parliament to Authorise Army in Tana
  232. Tanzania: Malawi Border Claims, Tension Rises
  233. Sudan: Rebels Fly to U.S. for Talks
  234. Liberia: Health Officials Call for More Doctors
  235. Somalia: Political Newcomer Takes Power in Landslide
  236. Liberia: Citizens Demand Answers on Uncompleted Projects
  237. Tunisia: Search for Missing Persons Goes On Off Lampedusa - Houcine Jaziri
  238. Gambia: Chief Justice Talks on Death Penalty
  239. Nigeria: Scientists Sequence Genome of Malaria-Causing Parasite
  240. Sierra Leone: UN Warned of Rising Tension Over Polls
  241. Tunisia: Shipwreck of Migrants Off Island of Lampedusa - Labour Union Proposes Observ
  242. Sudan: Libyan Plane to Arrive On Wednesday Carrying Equipment for Establishment of Sl
  243. Sudan: Khartoum in Double Seizure of Libyan, South Sudanese Arms
  244. South Africa: Farming Grows Jobs and Profits
  245. South Africa: Trial Within Dewani Trial
  246. Zimbabwe: So Much for the Jewel of Africa
  247. South Africa: Liberation Heritage in the Spotlight
  248. South Africa: Money Ready for Paralympic Medallists
  249. South Africa: Journalists Fail to Report On Poverty
  250. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Launches 'Yes' Campaign