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  1. Rwanda: Blair in Capacity Building Visit
  2. Egypt: President Mursi's Facebook Page Launched in English Soon
  3. Egypt: Qandil Hails Role of Syndicates in Development
  4. Egypt: Nation Weightlifter Osman Wins First Gold Medal in London Paralympics
  5. Egypt: U.S. Welcomes Morsy's Stance on Syrian Regime
  6. Gambia: Kanifing Municipality Elders Show Solidarity With President Jammeh - Appeal f
  7. Africa: World Bank Chief to Visit Continent
  8. Egypt: Minister Hails Country's Hosting of 30th Scout Camp
  9. Egypt: Luxor Celebrates Moon Fall Perpendicular On Karnak Temple
  10. Zambia: MMD in Nigeria Oil Scam
  11. Nigeria: 20 Slaughtered As Residents Flee Damaturu Over Serial Killings
  12. Nigeria: NFF - Falconets Will Do us Proud
  13. Sudan: Displaced People Return to Darfur Camp
  14. Kenya: Court Blocks September Three Teachers' Strike
  15. Kenya: The Loneliness of Uhuru Kenyatta
  16. Africa: Death Penalty - Headache to Heads of State
  17. Tanzania: Police Fire Live Bullets At Civilians
  18. South Africa: Minister Seeks Answers on Marikana Murder Charges
  19. Africa: Telescope to Change Image of Continent
  20. Africa: Governance Remains a Challenge in Africa - Blair
  21. Angola: Elections 2012 - Beer and Circuses No Longer Enough
  22. Angola: U.S. Rules Will Boost Oil Transparency
  23. Mozambique: Final Collapse of Moslem Protest
  24. Zambia: Five Bandits Sent to the Gallows in Murder Case
  25. Djibouti: Nation Signs Media Cooperation Deal With China
  26. Egypt: Calls for Morsi to Intervene in Saudi Detention of Egyptian Citizen
  27. Tunisia: ANHRI Condemns the Repeated Attacks On Freedom of Expression, Latest Attack
  28. Egypt: Qandil - Restoring Security Not Easy Task
  29. Morocco: Kennedy Center Delegation Assesses Situation in Sahrawi
  30. Morocco: Council of Ministers Condemns Moroccan Violation of Human Rights
  31. Egypt: Foreign Currency Reserve Up By U.S. $1 Billion - PM Kandil
  32. Gambia: UN Calls for Moratorium on Prisoner Executions
  33. Mali: Crisis Blights Children's Lives, Say Agencies
  34. Senegal: Biomass Plant Lights Up Rural Senegal
  35. Nigeria: South Africa Is Nigeria's Big Brother - Minister
  36. Liberia: Jewel, Snowe Must Not 'Cry More Than the Bereaved
  37. Congo-Kinshasa: Defense Minister Spills 'Secrets' About DRC, M23
  38. Kenya: Crashed Govt Chopper's Mystery Flight
  39. South Sudan: Oil Production Could Take Up to One Year
  40. East Africa: The Sudan-South Sudan Relationship After Meles Zenawi
  41. Uganda: Senior Military Officer Challenges Murder Charge
  42. South Africa: Marikana Killings a Wake-Up Call, Says Union Founder
  43. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Calls Emergency Politburo Meeting
  44. Malawi: Beyond Mutharika - Confronting the Nation's Aid Dependency
  45. Angola: Legislative Voting Underway
  46. Southern Africa: SADC Lawyers Refuse to Support New Tribunal
  47. Malawi: Study Highlights Lack of Climate-Linked Aid to Malawi
  48. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Battles to Stall Reform
  49. Sierra Leone: UK Govt Intervenes to Stem Cholera Deaths
  50. Egypt: President Mohamed Mursi Begins China State Visit
  51. Egypt: Activists March to Cabinet to Protest IMF Loan
  52. Egypt: Thomas Friedman Slams Mursi's Visit to Tehran
  53. Tunisia: Reporters Without Borders - Detention Warrant Against Sami Fehri, Before Exp
  54. Egypt: Constituent Assembly Approves Appointing Presidents in Senate
  55. Nigeria: Lead Poisoning Resurfaces in Zamfara
  56. Cameroon: PM Denies Resignation Allegations
  57. Nigeria: Nigeria Becomes U.S. Priority in Visa Issuance
  58. Cameroon: Opposition for New Electoral Code
  59. Cameroon: Healthy Breastfeeding Fights Infant Mortality
  60. Somalia: 'Al-Qaeda Planning Attack in the Hague'
  61. Africa: Recognizing the African Woman Farmer
  62. Kenya: Muslim Cleric Killed by Rivals - Police
  63. Uganda: Troops Capture Key Town During Raid
  64. Kenya: President Warns Unrest Will Be Dealt With Pitilessly
  65. Zimbabwe: Wake-Up Call for Tsvangirai
  66. Zimbabwe: SADC Wades Into GNU Deadlock
  67. Zimbabwe: Mliswa Spills the Beans
  68. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Constitution Draft Rejected
  69. Namibia: Govt to Ban Strikes
  70. Namibia: RDP Youth Want Suspensions Lifted
  71. South Africa: TAC Pickets in Support of Man Who Got TB in Prison
  72. South Africa: Using Modern Technology to Combat Modern Slavery
  73. Egypt: Law Initiative to Annul Charge of Defaming President
  74. Egypt: President Mursi's Presidential Team Announced
  75. Egypt: Mekki - Proposed 'Emergency' Law Gives Security Authorities Right to Declare S
  76. Egypt: Lt General Sedqi - Rafah Attack Will Not Go Unpunished
  77. Egypt: Mursi - Sinai Operation Continues Until Eradicating Criminals
  78. Nigeria: U.S.$400 Billion of Oil Revenue 'Stolen'
  79. Mali: Understanding Northern Mali - Local Context Is Everything
  80. Liberia: National Health Insurance for Liberia
  81. Nigeria: Fresh Oil Spill Hits Atlantic Coastline in Akwa-Ibom
  82. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Ups Peacekeeper Presence after Checkpoint Attack
  83. Kenya: Grenade Attack Takes Two More Lives
  84. Africa: Togo Sex Strike Highlights Political Activism of Women
  85. Ethiopia: Meles Zenawi - Ruthless Visionary
  86. Kenya: Attacker Killed After Another Grenade Targets Police
  87. Kenya: Teachers' Strike to Begin On Monday
  88. South Africa: Ruling Party Eases Up On Info Bill
  89. South Africa: Desmond Tutu Unfriends Tony Blair Over Iraq War
  90. Zambia: Govt's Fiscal, Monetary Reforms Win Accolades
  91. South Africa: President Zuma Arrives in Botswana
  92. South Africa: Miners Assaulted in Custody - Lawyer
  93. Namibia: Swapo-Party Youth League's Namoloh Withdraws
  94. South Africa: Has Cosatu Drifted Away From Its Original Mission?
  95. South Africa: GDP Q2 2012 - No Cure for Wild Mood Swings
  96. Libya: Unesco Calls for Immediate Stop to Destruction of Sufi Religious Sites
  97. Egypt: Morsi Appoints 4 Assistants and 17 Advisers
  98. Egypt: Constituent Assembly Split Over Authority to Declare War
  99. Tunisia: Government Announces Gubernatorial Reshuffle
  100. Tunisia: Dar Essabah Editorial Team Reject Dismissal of Editor-in-Chief
  101. Nigeria: Minister Blocks Foreign Airlines From Abuja
  102. Nigeria: Obama Declares Nigeria World's Next Economic Giant
  103. Cameroon: National Breastfeeding Rate is 20 Percent
  104. Nigeria: Jonathan - Governors Will Abuse State Police
  105. Mali: Emergency Relief Efforts Suffering From Funding Shortfall
  106. Sudan: Rebels Plan More Military Attacks
  107. South Sudan: Urgent Need for Mental Healthcare
  108. Kenya: No Money to Meet Teachers' Demands
  109. Somalia: Country Gets New Parliament Speaker
  110. Sudan: Carrier Ignored Orders to Ground Doomed Plane - Report
  111. Angola: Angola Heads for New Era With Third Election
  112. Zimbabwe: Food Situation Deteriorating - UN
  113. South Africa: Government Apologises for Mine Killings
  114. Angola: Will Dos Santos Win Bring More Protests, Repression?
  115. Lesotho: Time to End Ban on Women Chiefs in Lesotho
  116. Southern Africa: Kagame Hosts SADC Leaders Over DRC Conflict
  117. South Africa: Archbishop Tutu Withdraws from Summit Over Blair's Attendance
  118. South Africa: University Discovers Compound With Potential to Become Part of Malaria
  119. Libya: Under-Fire Interior Minister Quits
  120. Western Sahara: Ban Reiterates UN Commitment to Solve Western Sahara Dispute
  121. Egypt: One Dead in Sinai Blast, Tribal Source Says Landmine
  122. Egypt: 74 Convicts Sentenced to Suspended One-Year Jail Term in Saudi Embassy Case
  123. Egypt: Constituent Assembly Members On Tour to Present Constitution Draft Abroad
  124. Gambia: Nine Gambian Prisoners Allegedly Executed
  125. Nigeria: We'll Call Another Strike If Govt Reneges - Union
  126. Liberia: Weah Set for 2014?
  127. Nigeria: Floods Kill 19
  128. Togo: Anti-Govt Protests and Sex Strike Hit Togo
  129. Kenya: Chaos Erupts After Killing of Controversial Muslim Cleric
  130. Uganda: The Silver Lining of the 'Ebola' Outbreak
  131. Kenya: Controversial Muslim Cleric Shot Dead
  132. Ethiopia: The State of the Nation After Meles Zenawi
  133. Tanzania: No Plans to Evict Maasai From Serengeti
  134. South Africa: Autopsies Show Police Shot Fleeing Marikana Protesters - Report
  135. Zambia: Punish Journalists' Attackers - Caritas
  136. South Africa: Police Accused of Torturing Marikana Protesters in Custody
  137. Egypt/Nigeria: Egypt Wants Nigeria Again
  138. Egypt: EOHR Goes On Its Campaign to Free Naglaa Wafa
  139. Egypt: EOHR's Conference Titled 'Egypt's New Democratic Constitution' Begins On Tuesd
  140. Gambia: Why the Execution of Death Row Inmates?
  141. Nigeria: We're Talking With Boko Haram - Presidency
  142. Nigeria: Payments to Tompolo, Others Is Legitimising Militancy - CPC
  143. Nigeria: NLC - N5,000 Note Will Affect Psychology of Nigerian Workers
  144. Congo-Kinshasa: 'Tortured' Rwandan Hostages Still Held Captive
  145. Tanzania: Move to Harmonise Marine Acts A Good One
  146. Rwanda: Hospitals Should Invest in Training Nurses
  147. Zimbabwe: Infrastructure Key for Development
  148. Zimbabwe: Fifa Won't Bail Out Zifa
  149. South Africa: Marikana - What Price Will Zuma Pay?
  150. South Africa: News in Brief - Police on Guard for Cape Town Protests
  151. Zimbabwe: President Leaves for Nam Summit
  152. Angola: Agricultural Cooperatives Get Vehicles
  153. South Africa: Marikana, Selebi and the Murder of SA's Specialist Policing Skills
  154. Egypt: Tahrir Protesters Call for Initiating 'Grand Renaissance' Project
  155. Egypt: President Morsy to Give Speech At Opening Session of Summit in Tehran
  156. Sudan: Karti Reviews With His Egyptian Counterpart Progress of Bilateral Relations an
  157. Egypt: Egyptian, Sudanese FMs Discuss Cooperation
  158. Egypt: Justice Minister - Decision to Cancel Imprisonment of Journalists Supports Dem
  159. Nigeria: Jonathan to Sack Non-Performing Ministers in January 2013
  160. Nigeria: 'My Daughter's Death Lesson for Youths to Be Wary'
  161. Sierra Leone: Christian Aid Partners Step Up Response to Sierra Leone Cholera Epidemi
  162. Liberia: Govt Establishes National Commission On Small Arms
  163. Nigeria: How NUPENG Strike Crippled Abuja
  164. Ethiopia: Obama Urges New Leader to Promote Human Rights, Security
  165. South Sudan: UN Agency Alarmed By Health Situation for Refugees
  166. Somalia: Rejected Parliamentary Candidates to be Vetted
  167. Somalia: Prominent Candidate for Speaker Relinquishes His Bid for Seat
  168. Sudan: UNHCR Says South Sudan Refugee Health Situation Alarming
  169. Zimbabwe: Mystery Surrounds Zim's Gems Revenue
  170. Tanzania: Archbishop Tutu New Patron for Journalism Award Trust
  171. Zimbabwe: Sugar Mummies are Abusing Us - Street Kids
  172. South Africa: Safety Conditions at South African Mines Have Room for Improvement, Say
  173. Swaziland: 'Coup d'état Taken Place' - King's Man
  174. Angola: Public Television Gains New Broadcast Centre
  175. South Africa: Loeries Touchdown in Pretoria
  176. South Africa: AAA Launches New Version of Digital Bootcamp
  177. Egypt: Constitution Ready By End of September - PM Kandil
  178. Tunisia: New Constitution Will Be Modern, Progressive - Ben Jaafar
  179. Egypt: Dozens Continue Sit-in Near Presidential Palace
  180. Kenya: Godhana Counter-Accuses Haji Over Tana
  181. Kenya: Police in Crisis Over New Boss
  182. Tunisia: Ennahdha Leader Did Not Take the Required Time to Assimilate the President o
  183. Tunisia: CPR Congress - Opening Session Marked By Withdrawal of Ennahdha Ministers
  184. Tunisia: SNJT - Media Strike If No Progress in Negotiations With Government
  185. Morocco: Ban Ki-Moon Welcomes Leadership of HM King Regarding Lofty International Ide
  186. Tunisia: 'Bourguiba Museum, Operational By Next December 12, Will Be Included in Tour
  187. Gambia: 'Operation No Back Way to Europe' Keeps Young Farmers Home
  188. Nigeria: Unpaid Subsidy Dispute Pushes NUPENG to the Brink
  189. Liberia: UN Secretary-General Welcomes Progress in Country, Urges Reconciliation
  190. Nigeria: N5,000 Note - Nigerians Say 'No'
  191. Nigeria: State Police - the Unending Debate
  192. South Sudan: Nation Asks New Ethiopian Leadership to Support Peace Process
  193. Rwanda: Over Six Million Free Mosquito Nets to Be Distributed
  194. Southern Africa: SADC for Stronger Solidarity
  195. Kenya: A Simple Matter of Water Supply Policy
  196. Uganda: Tibatemwa Takes Makerere University Second Top Job
  197. Zambia: Cops Kill Four More Thugs
  198. Zambia: 'Opposition Members Courting Patriotic Front Privately'
  199. South Africa: Home Affairs Addresses Temporary Residence Permits Backlog
  200. Namibia: Heroes' Day, a Watershed
  201. Congo-Kinshasa: Let's Not Forget the Miners in DR Congo
  202. Mozambique: Headscarves Allowed, Burqas Banned
  203. Zimbabwe: Council Should Push Out Touts
  204. Zambia: 11 Ethiopians Jailed 15 Years
  205. Egypt: Restoring Relations With Iran Improbable Now - Presidency
  206. Egypt: Scuffles Between Mursi Backers, Opponents in Tahrir
  207. Egypt: Nation to Pursue a More Active Diplomatic Approach
  208. Egypt: New Setback of the Freedom of Expression in Nation
  209. Egypt: Moussa Urges Govt to Secure Anti-MB Protests
  210. Africa: Military Intervention Last Resort for Mali Crisis - Nigerian President
  211. Nigeria: Boko Haram Denies Dialogue With Govt
  212. Ghana: Riding Towards Sustainable Development, On Bamboo
  213. Senegal: Progress on Gender Equality - But Not Everyone's Happy
  214. Nigeria: Flood Sacks 200 in Adamawa
  215. Somalia: Politicians Continue to Use the Country's Institutions for Personal Profit
  216. Ethiopia: Prime Minister Meles Zenawi's Burial on 2 September
  217. South Sudan: Country Denies Appointing New Abyei Administration
  218. South Sudan: The Never-Ending Story of Sudanese Refugees
  219. Kenya: Women Seek Justice Over Forced Sterilisation
  220. Africa: Farmer-Led Irrigation Schemes Could Transform Food Security
  221. Zimbabwe: Govt, Chinese Company Sign 7 Mous
  222. Zimbabwe: Tensions High As Mugabe Set to Call for By-Elections
  223. South Africa: Leaders Taking Advantage of Lonmin - Cosatu
  224. Namibia: Police Call Off Red Flag Day
  225. Southern Africa: SADC Forges Ahead With Its Common Agenda
  226. Zimbabwe: Land Reform Chaos Continues in Zimbabwe
  227. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Convenes Special Session Over Draft
  228. Tunisia: Paris Protests At Tunisian Islamist Attack On French Politician
  229. Tunisia: Trial of Gaddafi's Son Due to Start Next Month
  230. Egypt: Morsi Meets Defense Minister to Follow Up Sinai Security Operation
  231. Egypt: Petroleum Minister - Extra Quantities of Gasoline, Diesel Oil, Butane Gas to B
  232. Egypt: Presidential Spokesman - High Profile Delegation to Attend Ethiopian Prime Min
  233. Chad: New Court to Try Habré Brings Senegal 'One Step Closer to Justice'
  234. Nigeria: Shell - Security Spending or Dirty Work?
  235. Sierra Leone: U.S.$15 Million Chinese Loan to Complete Fibre Optic Connection
  236. Nigeria: Why We Lost Bakassi to Cameroun
  237. Nigeria: Air Force Takes Over Border Patrol
  238. Somalia: Swearing-In of Parliament 'Watershed' For Somalia
  239. Congo-Kinshasa: New Rebel Group in DR Congo?
  240. Kenya: Govt to Disarm Communities Following Deadly Clashes
  241. Kenya: Eight Pupils Die in Dorm Fire Amid Tuition Ban
  242. Sudan: Tensions Over Abyei Rise Again
  243. Southern Africa: Security and Political Governance Overlooked at SADC Summit
  244. South Africa: Marikana Commission of Inquiry Details Announced
  245. Zimbabwe: U.S. Condemns Govt Over Arrest of LGBT Activist
  246. South Africa: Nissan to Invest R1 Billion in South Africa
  247. South Africa: The Nation's White Elite - the Dog That Doesn't Bark
  248. South Africa: Zuma Visits Marikana Mine Workers
  249. Zimbabwe: Ethanol Plant to Reopen, Mutambara Assures Workers
  250. Zimbabwe: Govt Appears Divided Over Conservancy Leases