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  1. Sudan: Bashir Meets Alleged Coup Plotters
  2. Africa: Using Mobile Apps to Spur Social Change
  3. South Sudan: Modern Technology Helps Meet the Needs of Refugees
  4. South Africa: Zuma Comments Cause Canine Chaos
  5. Swaziland: Govt Denies Miniskirt Ban
  6. Zambia: Opposition Leader Arrested, Charged
  7. Africa: South Africa Aims to Boost Brazil, China, India, Russia Ties With Africa
  8. South Africa: McCarthy and Mathoho Withdrawn From Bafana Bafana
  9. South Africa: Doggone Days of Decolonisation for Zuma
  10. Angola: More Than 200.000 Jobs Created in 2012
  11. Mozambique: Bangladeshis Arrested At Nampula Airport
  12. Nigeria: PIB, Long Overdue
  13. Zimbabwe: Mtv Drama 'Shuga' Tops
  14. Zimbabwe: 31 More Perish On Roads As Haulage Truck Claims 18
  15. Zimbabwe: Tuku Soothes Souls @zimcafe
  16. Zimbabwe: Epworth Prophets in Trouble
  17. Zimbabwe: Tourism Sector Poised for Good Times
  18. Zimbabwe: Govt Sets New Bank Rules
  19. Egypt: Poor Hit Hardest As Political Tensions Persist
  20. Egypt: Mursi Plans Cabinet Reshuffle
  21. Egypt: Mursi to Address Nation Following Charter Approval
  22. Morocco: A Journey From Mosques to Breasts Via Satellite Dish
  23. Algeria: Algeria Prepares for 'Guerrilla' Warfare
  24. Nigeria: Fireworks Blast Rocks Lagos
  25. Gambia: Rights Groups Call for End to Crackdown
  26. Nigeria: Journalists Detained in Nigeria for More Than Two Days
  27. Mali: Unesco Chief Deplores New Destruction of Timbuktu Mausoleums
  28. Mali: France Endangers Hostages By Intervening in Mali
  29. Kenya: New Coalition in the Works?
  30. Eritrea: Sudan Detains Two Eritrean Journalists
  31. Rwanda: Legal Action Against France Over Genocide Fugitives?
  32. Sudan: Sudan and South Sudan in Fresh Border Clashes
  33. Somalia: Govt Forces in 'Strategic Retreat' in South
  34. South Africa: Mandela Goes Home
  35. Tanzania: Churches Cannot Solve Border Dispute - Minister
  36. Zimbabwe: Road to Unity Accord - Part I
  37. Zimbabwe: Praise God for the Gift of Life
  38. Angola: Church Authority Stands for Shared Christmas
  39. Zimbabwe: Krog Happy With Move
  40. South Africa: Embrace Tolerance, Forgiveness, President Tell Citizens
  41. Tanzania/Zambia: Zambia Coach Plays Down Loss
  42. Egypt: Constitution Approved in Low Turnout
  43. Morocco: Opposition Rallies in Rabat
  44. Egypt: Rights Report Highlights 'Sectarian' Vote
  45. Egypt: New Constitution Approved
  46. Egypt: Referendum Result Now Due Tuesday
  47. West Africa: Nigeria Attacks Pair Piracy, Kidnappings
  48. Nigeria: Militants Kill 15 in Yobe State
  49. Nigeria: President Jonathan's Christmas Message to the Nation
  50. Nigeria: Christmas Evokes Sense of Insecurity in Churches
  51. Nigeria: Security Forces Find Bombs in Kano
  52. South Sudan: Kiir, Bashir Plan New Summit
  53. Malawi: Churches Intervene in Tanzania Lake Dispute
  54. Kenya: Police Sound Terror Alarm
  55. Somalia: Freed Pirate Hostages Recount Ordeal
  56. Tanzania: Zanzibar Seeks Backing for Autonomy
  57. South Africa: Mandela in 'Good Spirits'
  58. Zambia: Sata Calls for Reunion
  59. Zambia: Fans Welcome Afcon Squad
  60. Liberia: Sinoe Is Calm
  61. Libya: Libyan Leaders Condemn Benghazi Violence
  62. Egypt: Egyptians Urged to Accept Referendum Results
  63. Egypt: Egypt Army Not Party to Conflict - Defence Minister
  64. Egypt: Shura Council to Assume Legislative Powers - Presidential Source
  65. Egypt: Egypt President Asks Upper House to Convene Wednesday
  66. Nigeria: Nigeria Power Woes Continue - Probe
  67. Liberia: Opposition Backs Weah's Appointment
  68. Nigeria: Army Officer, Oil Union Officials Fingered in Oil Hijacks
  69. Africa: Sovereign Wealth Funds Spread
  70. Ghana: Opposition to Challenge Election in Court
  71. Sudan: Fierce Clashes Erupt in Darfur
  72. Somalia: Fighters Killed in Security Operations
  73. Eritrea: Eritrea Urged to Cooperate in Human Rights Dialogue
  74. Central Africa: Security Council Calls for Action on LRA-Related Poaching
  75. South Africa: Mandela Spends Christmas in Hospital
  76. South Africa: South Africa's I-Shack Gives Power to the People
  77. Zimbabwe: Biti Says Zimbabwe Has No Money to Fund Elections
  78. Zimbabwe: Late Lawmaker Laid to Rest
  79. Nigeria: South African Retailers Spread Into Major Cities
  80. Mozambique: Elections Will Go Ahead Regardless of Renamo
  81. Zimbabwe: Seiso Moyo a Quiet Giant, an Effective Communicator
  82. Zimbabwe: Drive Safely - Rather Be Late Than Never
  83. Zimbabwe: Govt to Introduce Educational Qualifications for Councillors
  84. Libya: Islamists Attack Benghazi Police Post
  85. Egypt: Referendum Results Out Monday
  86. Tunisia: Tunisia Arrests 16 Al-Qaeda Suspects
  87. Tunisia: Islamists Attack Tunisia Opposition Meeting
  88. Tunisia: Armed Group Involved in Jendouba and Kasserine Incidents Are Affiliated With
  89. Nigeria: How Niger Delta Kidnappers Work
  90. Mali: Armed Intervention Risks Worsening Crisis, Says Rights Group
  91. Mali: Islamists Attack On Timbuktu Shrines
  92. Cote d'Ivoire: Security Forces Attacked
  93. Burkina Faso: Govt Agency Suspends Paper
  94. Somalia: Puntland Forces Free Pirate Hostages
  95. Kenya: Bad Memories Create Fears Ahead of Kenyan Polls
  96. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Accuses Rebels of Rape, Execution
  97. Madagascar: 60 Militia Men Arrested in Tana Delta
  98. Sudan: Darfur Talks Resume in January
  99. Swaziland: Women in Mini-Skirts Face Arrest
  100. Zimbabwe: City Comes to Standstill for Soccer Star
  101. South Africa/Malawi: Bafana Bafana Defeat Malawi in Durban
  102. South Africa: 'It's Time to Wage War On Homophobia'
  103. Angola: 14.000 Police Officers to Secure Festive Season in Luanda
  104. Zimbabwe: Peter Ndlovu Breaks Down At Adam's Funeral
  105. Mozambique: Stowaway On London-Bound Plane Was Mozambican
  106. South Africa: Church Leader Calls for Prayers for Mandela
  107. Tunisia: 45 Arab Satellite TV Channels Work On Reviving Discord Between Sunnis and Sh
  108. Tunisia: President Marzouki On Visit in Kébili
  109. Egypt: Six Injured in Alexandria Clashes Between Islamists, Opponents
  110. Egypt: Egyptians Vote On Disputed Constitution
  111. Egypt: Breaking - Egypt Vice President Resigns
  112. Tunisia: President Marzouki Lays Foundation Stone of New Hotel in Douz
  113. Nigeria: Suicide Bombers Target Telecoms
  114. Mali: UN Calls for Roadmap to Elections
  115. Liberia: Liberia Gets Big U.S. Aid
  116. Nigeria: Nigeria Axe Odemwingie, Martins for Nations Cup
  117. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Hits Airtel Office in Kano
  118. South Sudan: Army Shoots Down UN Helicopter
  119. Sudan: Peacekeepers Killed
  120. Congo-Kinshasa: Peace Talks Adjourned
  121. Kenya: Politicians Warned Over Hate Speech
  122. Kenya: Uhuru+Ruto Pull Out of Mudavadi Nyeri Rally
  123. South Africa: Mandela Responds to Treatment
  124. Zimbabwe: Family Planning for Harare's Street Children, Too
  125. Zambia/Tanzania: Striker-Less Stars Face Zambia
  126. South Africa: Interview - Zuma's Re-Election Conducive to Further Development of Ties
  127. South Africa: Customers Continue ATM Withdrawals Despite Economic Conditions
  128. South Africa: Clover's CSI Programme Wins Award
  129. South Africa: HPCSA Repudiates Botswana Training Course
  130. Tanzania: Tanzania, Malawi Submit Border Dispute Letters
  131. Egypt: Constitution Vote Enters Second Round
  132. Egypt: Mubarak X-Rays Show Three Broken Ribs
  133. Libya: Call For Halt to Military Trial of Ex-Transition Chief
  134. Egypt: Administrative Prosecution - 1556 to Oversee Second Phase of Referendum
  135. Egypt: Salvation Front Warns Against Using Mosques in Political Conflicts
  136. Mali: Leaders Welcome UN Backing for Intervention Force
  137. Nigeria: Corruption Body Seeks Ex-Governor
  138. Nigeria: Frenchman's Kidnappers Linked to Al Qaeda's North African - Holland
  139. Mali: Rising Ethnic Tensions Threaten New Violence
  140. Mali: Mali Refugees Moved to Burkina Faso
  141. Uganda: A Lonely Soldier in Uganda's Fight Against Cancer
  142. Uganda: Cancer's Infectious Connection
  143. Kenya: Many Killed in New Coastal Clashes
  144. Kenya: Fresh Clashes in Tana Delta Leave 30 Dead
  145. Sudan: Peacekeepers Warn of Disaster in Darfur
  146. South Africa: Govt Warns of Afcon Scams
  147. South Africa: Mandela Receiving Best Care Possible - Zuma
  148. South Africa: Can South Africa's ANC Walk the Walk?
  149. Swaziland: Times of Swaziland says 'Free the Airwaves'
  150. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Winking in the Dark
  151. Malawi: Why Malawi's Education Sector is in a Mess
  152. South Africa: South Africa - A Country at Odds? - Social Discontent and the ANC Leade
  153. Zimbabwe: Time to Set Poll Dates
  154. The First (and last?) Annual Super Funky Soul Power Hour- 12/21/12 Mayan Calendar-End
  155. Kenya: Mudavadi Can Go, Says Ruto
  156. South Africa: Zuma Warns Dissidents in Closing Address
  157. Namibia: When There's No Beer, Save
  158. Algeria: French President Condemns Colonial Rule
  159. Egypt: Nation's Attorney General Withdraws Resignation
  160. Egypt: Attorney General Resigned to Preserve Status of Establishment
  161. Egypt: Court to Decide Fate of National Constitution Referendum
  162. Egypt: Nation's Attorney General Withdraws Resignation
  163. Mali: UN Authorizes African-Led Force to Recover North
  164. Chad: Senegal Sets Up Court to Try Habre
  165. Nigeria: No Christmas Shopping for Jos Govt Workers
  166. Cote d'Ivoire: Cote d'Ivoire Needs Top-Down Reconciliation
  167. Mali: NGOs Call for Safeguards Over Military Intervention
  168. Ethiopia: Journalists Win Free Speech Prize
  169. Rwanda: Former Minister Jailed for Genocide
  170. South Sudan: Thousands Flee Violence in North-West
  171. Uganda: New Funds Sought to Fight LRA
  172. Rwanda: Our Nation's Destiny Is in Our Hands
  173. South Africa: Future of the Country 'Under Construction'
  174. Zimbabwe: PM Whips Party Into Line Over Primaries
  175. South Africa: Ruling Party Disavows Wholesale Nationalization
  176. Namibia: Free Education for Namibian Children
  177. South Africa: Ruling ANC Announces New National Executive
  178. Africa: How Social Entrepreneurs Tap Africa's Greatest Resource
  179. South Africa: China's CPC Pledges to Boost Ties With South Africa's Ruling Party
  180. Africa: Commodity Prices Could Boost Ratings
  181. Nigeria: Tight Security in Kaduna As Jonathan Leads Team to Yakowa's Burial Today
  182. Nigeria: Yakowa/Azazi - No Foul Play in Crash, Says Gowon
  183. Algeria: Colonial Past Haunts French Visit
  184. Egypt: Harness the Youth to Create a Culture of Social Entrepreneurship
  185. Egypt: Brotherhood Asks Judicial Council to Reject Attorney General's Resignation
  186. Egypt: Nation's Opposition Turns Down Invitation for Dialogue
  187. Egypt: Constituent Assembly Invites Opposition for Public Dialogue
  188. Mali: Analysts Worry Over Military Intervention
  189. Ghana: Sierra Leone and Ghana - Safe Havens for War Crimes Suspects
  190. Mali: Humanitarian Impact of Armed Intervention
  191. Nigeria: Jos Palace Expansion
  192. Africa: Continent's Leaders Call for Mali Intervention
  193. Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Calls for Rebels' Arrest
  194. Sudan: Prepare for 'Decisive Battle' With Bashir - Opposition
  195. Somalia: Regulate Use of Mercenaries, UN Warns
  196. Kenya: Kibaki Promises Peaceful Elections
  197. Rwanda: New Report Signals Slow Pace in the Fight Against Malaria
  198. South Africa: Ruling Party Seeks One Voice on Economy
  199. Zambia: Sata Violated Law With Arrest, Says Lawyer
  200. South Africa: Oil Firm to Explore East Coast
  201. South Africa: Doctors Keep Mandela in Hospital
  202. South Africa: Lobby Group Challenges Mine Over Pay Rise
  203. South Africa: Ruling Party Fails Women
  204. Angola: New House Allocation Registration Procedure Announced
  205. South Africa: Malaria Cases Decline in Limpopo
  206. Western Sahara: Dispute With Morocco Drags On
  207. Egypt: Nation's New Prosecutor Resigns
  208. Egypt: Update - Attorney General to Officially Resign From Post Sunday
  209. Egypt: Nation's Opposition Protest New Constitution
  210. Egypt: Egypt Judges Not to Oversee Second Round of Constitutional Referendum
  211. Africa: New Cholera Strain Poses Prevention Challenges
  212. Cameroon: Court Upholds 'Homosexuality' Conviction
  213. Liberia: Govt Fails to Freeze Taylor's Assets
  214. Nigeria: Why They Kidnapped My Mother - Finance Minister
  215. Gambia: Gov't to Spend Over Five Billion in 2013
  216. Uganda: Aid Cuts Threaten Vital Public Services
  217. Kenya: Police Found Guilty of Murdering 7 Taxi Drivers
  218. Congo-Kinshasa: Goma Conflict Placed on Hold
  219. Kenya: Gender Equality Frustrated Ahead of Elections
  220. Uganda: Chaos in Parliament Over Canceled Tribute
  221. South Africa: Zuma's Deputy Could Leave Govt
  222. Angola: Water for Chevron and a Lesson for the Government
  223. South Africa: Zuma Retains Party Leadership, Ramaphosa New Deputy
  224. Angola: Angola's Sovereign Wealth Fund - the U.S.$5 Billion Logo
  225. South Africa: Safa President, Officials Suspended
  226. Malawi: Timber and Straw - the Story of a Village Clinic in Malawi
  227. South Africa: Constitutional Court Finds Irregularities in ANC Free State Vote
  228. South Africa: Behold, the Zuma Moment!
  229. Egypt: Women Council Asks for Response On Referendum Complaints
  230. Egypt: Council Halts Marriage Attempt of 14-Year-Old Girl
  231. Egypt: Egypt's Opposition Marches Against Charter Tuesday
  232. Tunisia: Second Anniversary of Revolution - Start of Festivities in Sidi Bouzid
  233. Egypt: Expats Finish Voting On New Constitution Monday
  234. Sierra Leone: Taylor Appeal Set Down for January
  235. Cote d'Ivoire: Gbagbo Hearing to Begin in February
  236. Liberia: Sirleaf Denies Report About Support to Weah
  237. Cote d'Ivoire: Women Officers Join Peacekeeping Force
  238. Mali: Northern Communities Struggle to Sustain Livelihoods
  239. Kenya: Fast-Growing Kenya Facing Ground Water Depletion
  240. Somalia: Potential Goldmine for Fishermen As Piracy Declines
  241. Kenya: Ombudsman Wants Sonko, Waititu Barred From Poll
  242. Sudan: New Proposals to Break Deadlocked Security Talks
  243. Rwanda: Celebrate the Festive Season Responsibly
  244. Zambia: Power Struggle Within Ruling Party Escalates
  245. Zimbabwe: Teachers' Strike Looms
  246. South Africa: Zuma's Deputy Challenges His Party Leadership
  247. South Africa: ANC Leadership Debate Swamps Meaningful Discussion of Policy
  248. South Africa: Pens, Notepads and No Action
  249. South Africa: Political Report by President Jacob Zuma to the 53rd National Conferenc
  250. Zimbabwe: Markers Threaten to Down Tools