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  1. Nigeria: 100 Million At Risk of Yellow Fever Outbreak
  2. Sierra Leone: Poaching Threatens Fishing
  3. Somalia: Killing of Journalists on the Increase
  4. Tanzania: Islamist Riots Threaten Zanzibar
  5. Rwanda: Genocide Suspect Arrested in DRC
  6. Sudan: Rebels Attack South Kordofan Capital Again
  7. Zimbabwe: Fears of Flawed Polls Grow
  8. Zimbabwe: No Major Changes to Constitution Following Conference
  9. Swaziland: Paper Distorts Story to Protect King
  10. Africa: Women 'Under-Represented' in Science Field - Report
  11. Ethiopia: A Tale of Two Development Models
  12. South Africa: Nation, DRC Boost Bilateral Relations
  13. South Africa: MPs Warn of Inhumane Prison Conditions
  14. Kenya: UN Called on to Lift Somali Charcoal Ban
  15. Guinea Bissau: Attack at Military Base Leaves Several Dead
  16. Mali: France to Send in Drones - Report
  17. Cote d'Ivoire: Crackdown Sparks Rights Abuse Allegations
  18. Nigeria: A Spotlight On Oil Theft
  19. Mauritania: President's Shooting 'Reveals Military Regime Parading As a Democracy'
  20. Kenya: Cattle in the Capital - Urban Agriculture Comes to Town
  21. Sudan: Darfur Peace Process Inches Forward
  22. Uganda: It Was Really Worth It, Says Actor in Gay Play
  23. Somalia: Journalist Shot After Leaving Mosque
  24. Kenya: Post-Election Violence Case Will Continue - Chief Prosecutor
  25. South Africa: Striking Gold Miners Warned
  26. South Africa: Dealing With the Troubled Political Economy of Mining
  27. South Africa: U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer Sentenced to 15 Years for Pedophilia
  28. South Africa: Families Get Separate Marikana Viewing
  29. Namibia: Congolese Suspect Escapes
  30. Namibia: The Namibian Sells Out in Rundu
  31. South Africa: Eskom, Activists 'Have Same Objectives'
  32. South Africa: Miners' Lawyers Want Out
  33. Libya: Group Urges Govt to Send Intelligence Chief to Hague
  34. Egypt: Israel Says No to Amending Peace Treaty With Egypt
  35. Libya: UN Envoy in Libya Concerned About Unfolding Military Developments in Bani Wali
  36. Africa: Rwanda Ready to Pay for Unwinkindi Defence, War Crimes in Libya
  37. Libya: U.S. Sanctions Business Associate of Gaddafi's Son
  38. Ghana: Promises Galore as Polls Loom
  39. Guinea: Strike Threats Mar Debt Deal
  40. Nigeria: Prisoners Face Execution Soon
  41. Nigeria: Residents Flee City As Death Toll Hits 31
  42. Liberia: Sirleaf Discusses Border Security With Ouattara
  43. Rwanda: Govt Wants African Solutions, Not Tribal Alliances, Says Foreign Minister
  44. Somalia: Bombings Continue to Rock Kismayo
  45. Rwanda: Accused Faces Genocide Charges in Netherlands
  46. Rwanda: Genocide Trial Begins in Norway
  47. Sudan: South Africa Pledges Support to Mediation Proposal On Abyei
  48. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Tightens Grip on Power
  49. South Africa: Miners Shot in Back, Says Lawyer
  50. Namibia: Pohamba Calls for Land Redistribution
  51. South Africa: Three Prisoners Killed in Blast
  52. South Africa: Mine Killings Could Have Been Avoided - Police
  53. Namibia: Ghosts Edge Closer, Reds Maintain 100 Percent Record
  54. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Heading for Flawed Transition
  55. Tanzania: UWT Has Emerged Stronger and United
  56. Tanzania: All is Well at Lake Nyasa Border, Says Mbeya RC
  57. Tunisia: Gaddafi Son Reported Killed in Fighting
  58. Libya: Former Gaddafi Spokesman Captured - Govt
  59. Egypt: Court Feud With Constituent Assembly Ends
  60. Egypt: Gross National Product Expected to Reach U.S.$267 Billion By 2013 - IMF
  61. Tunisia/Congo-Kinshasa: Esperance Reach Third CAF Final in a Row
  62. West Africa: Regional Confrontation Looms
  63. Sierra Leone: Can Elections Change Prospects?
  64. Nigeria: Dozens Killed in Yobe State
  65. Nigeria: Top Militant Arrested At Senator's
  66. Nigeria: 12 Mourners' Bodies Recovered As Bus Plunges Into River
  67. Uganda: Nodding Disease Continues to Mystify
  68. Somalia: Somali Police to Gear Up Mogadishu Security
  69. South Sudan: Mediator to Make Proposals On Abyei
  70. Congo-Kinshasa: Security Council Condemns Support for Rebels
  71. Uganda: Delays Frustrate Power Sector Donors
  72. Malawi: Will Oil Resources Be a Blessing or a Curse?
  73. Swaziland: Political Crisis Enters Third Week
  74. Zimbabwe: Budget Projections Unrealistic - IMF
  75. Mozambique: India Interested in Chemical Factories
  76. Uganda: Executive Style - Meeting Mobile Users' Needs
  77. Zimbabwe: IMF Says Zim in the Red
  78. Zimbabwe: Zim Requires U.S.$25 Million to Join Insurance Body
  79. Rwanda: Malibongiwe - South African Photo Exhibition Opens in Kigali
  80. Hip-Hop and the Prison Industry
  81. West Africa: Jonathan, Global Leaders Brainstorm in Mali Over Al-Qaeda
  82. Kenya: Lessons of Justice Baraza's Fall From Grace
  83. Tanzania: Bravo Our Army in Thwarting Religious Riots
  84. Tanzania: Will Three Governments Solve Union Problems
  85. Angola: Singers Calo Pascoal, Edmazia Enliven Election Gala of Miss Moxico
  86. Tunisia: The First Anniversary of Democracy
  87. Congo-Kinshasa/Morocco: Leopards Have Slight Edge in Race to Reach Semis
  88. Egypt: Thousands Protests in Tahrir Against Muslim Brotherhood Domination
  89. Tunisia: Death of Nida Tounes Co-Ordinator in Tataouine 'Deliberate Political Assassi
  90. Tunisia: Tunisian Short Film 'Kaa El Bir' Awarded in African Film Festival of Cordoba
  91. Mali: Nigeria Intervenes in Political Crisis
  92. Nigeria: Govt Arrests Militant Chief at Senator's Home
  93. Nigeria: Environment Ministry Predicts Fresh Flooding in 19 States
  94. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Retired Customs Boss, Son, DPO's Family in Potiskum
  95. Nigeria: Dogon Dawa Carnage - How Gunmen Turned Many Into Widows, Orphans
  96. Somalia: Uganda Sleeps As Kenya Reaps Big
  97. Tanzania: Army Thwart Religious Protest
  98. Kenya: Deputy Chief Justice Quit After Meeting Uhuru, Eugene
  99. Kenya: Govt Declares Mombasa Republican Council Illegal Group
  100. Somalia: Ex-PM Gaas Criticizes 'NGO Culture', Encourages Peace in Puntland
  101. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai's Marriage Saga Continues
  102. Zambia: PF Brings New Era in Closing Women's Plight Gap
  103. Rwanda/Botswana: Junior Wasps Bundled Out By Stubborn Botswana on Penalties
  104. Zimbabwe: Farmers Urge Zim 'Sanctions' to Remain Over Unlawful Land Grab
  105. Zambia/South Africa: Renard Prepares Loaded Bullets for Bafana Bafana
  106. Angola: Nation Gets Best African Federation Award
  107. Zimbabwe: Coup Threats Against Tsvangirai a Zanu-PF Plot
  108. Zimbabwe: Outrage Over EU Nobel Peace Prize
  109. Ghana: Electoral Commission Disqualifies Former First Lady
  110. Mali: African Union Chief in Crisis Talks
  111. Liberia: Govt Rejects Rebel Training Claims
  112. Nigeria: Govt Must Learn From Flood Mistakes
  113. Ghana: Political Campaign Officially Begins
  114. Congo-Kinshasa: Doubts Mount Over Ugandan Mediation
  115. South Africa: Attacks on Migrants Re-Emerge
  116. South Sudan: Govt Instructs Oil Firms to Resume Production
  117. Burundi: Towards Greater Food Security
  118. Rwanda: Opposition Leader's Verdict Postponed
  119. Africa: Urgent Calls to Combat Drug Resistant TB
  120. South Africa: Miners Strike Again After Arrests
  121. South Africa: Govt Shreds Investment Treaties
  122. Namibia: Consumer Debt Skyrockets
  123. South Africa: Shock at Death of Bafana Assistant Coach
  124. Mozambique: Giant Leap for Human Rights in Mozambique?
  125. South Africa: Cricket SA Sacks Boss
  126. Afrikan Education and the On-Going Crisis of Culture and Consciousness
  127. Zimbabwe: High Court Gives Copac Ultimatum
  128. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Accuses Gbagbo Forces
  129. Nigeria: Gunmen Attack Oil Vessel
  130. Liberia: Sirleaf Warns Officials
  131. Nigeria: First Lady Returns Hale and Hearty
  132. Cote d'Ivoire: Govt Tightens Security After Attacks
  133. East Africa: Uganda Says UN Report Won't Deter Regional Peace Efforts
  134. Rwanda: History is Made as Country Joins UN
  135. Congo-Kinshasa: Uganda Denies Backing Rebels
  136. Tanzania: Police Fire Teargas, Water at Protesters
  137. Uganda: 'UN Group of Experts Pursuing Political Agenda'
  138. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Minister Hints at Military Coup
  139. Angola: Govt Launches U.S. $5 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund
  140. Malawi: Govt Debates Europe Trade Deal
  141. South Africa: Striking Gold Miners Threaten Workers
  142. South Africa: Stay Away Hits Platinum Mine
  143. South Africa: President's Call for Miners to Return to Work 'Unacceptable'
  144. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Bigwigs Ignore Malema
  145. South Africa: Patients Suffer As EC Hospital Workers' Strike
  146. Egypt: Tawfiq Okasha Acquitted
  147. Nigeria: Locals Caught Between Extremists and Army
  148. Rwanda: Govt Threatens to Sue UN Over Rebel Claims
  149. Namibia: Benson Lashes Out At Awards Panel
  150. Libya: Militia Executed Dozens, Says Rights Group
  151. Egypt: Assembly to Vote On Final Constitution
  152. Africa: Tensions Emerge Over Black Migrants in Morocco
  153. Tunisia: Tunisian Journalists on Strike to Defend Freedom of Expression
  154. Nigeria: Ailing First Lady Discharged From Hospital
  155. Nigeria: Security Forces Kill 24
  156. Mali: Military Intervention Has Until Now Been Impossible
  157. Mali: Europeans Plan Military Training
  158. Africa: Calls for Obama, Romney to Debate Africa
  159. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Accuses Uganda, Rwanda of Still Backing Rebels
  160. Uganda: Where Is Olympic Gold Medalist?
  161. South Sudan: MPs Ratify Peace Deal Amid Protest
  162. Swaziland: Govt No-Confidence Vote Reversed
  163. South Africa: Mine Strike Showdown Looms
  164. South Africa: ANC Will Fight Closures in Court
  165. Angola: Malnutrition Escalating, Doctors Desperate to Save Lives
  166. Namibia: Clearing Agent Receives Hefty Fine
  167. Namibia: More Ambassadors Receive Accreditation
  168. Namibia: Regions 'Defy' Pohamba
  169. East Africa: Uganda's Governance Rating Goes Up
  170. Egypt: Court Rejects Position in Draft Constitution
  171. Africa: Thumbs Up Africa Blog 2 - Between Two Continents
  172. Tunisia: Clinton Takes 'Responsibility' for Benghazi Attack
  173. Egypt: First Phase of Drafting Constitution Complete
  174. Egypt: Suggested Constitutional Articles Threaten Women and Child Rights, Human Right
  175. Nigeria: 15 Blasts Heard in Maiduguri
  176. Cameroon: Giving Women Land, Giving Them a Future
  177. Guinea Bissau: Portuguese Bloc Calls for Peace Moves
  178. Nigeria: No Man's Land Lagos
  179. Nigeria: 'No Doubt About Sokoto's Oil Discovery'
  180. Africa: New 'Outdoor' Mosquito Could Hamper Malaria Control
  181. Uganda: Court Asked to Ban Book On Museveni Over Defamation
  182. Kenya: Why Kibaki Snubbed Kofi Annan
  183. Uganda: Resume Peace Talks to End LRA War - NGO
  184. Kenya: Controversial Imam's Killers Likely to Walk Free
  185. Malawi: Law Fails to Protect Children
  186. South Africa: Party Member Killed In Front of Police
  187. South Africa: Survey Finds Governance Wanting
  188. Tanzania: African Press Review 16 October 2012
  189. South Africa: Striking Workers Whipped With Sjamboks - the Latest in SA's Labour Unre
  190. South Africa: Analysis - Don't Cry for Thuli Madonsela. She's Untouchable, and She Kn
  191. South Africa: Mbalula At the Crossroads
  192. Rwanda: Kigeme Camp Refugees to Begin School Next Year
  193. Egypt: Attorney General Defies President
  194. Egypt: Sisi - Armed Forces Not to Allow Any Threats to Sinai
  195. Tunisia: President Marzouki Visits African Leader Patrice Lumumba's Widow
  196. Algeria: NGOs, Lawyers Plead Western Sahara Cause At UN
  197. Tunisia: Nation Sets Election Date
  198. Africa: Cote d'Ivoire Again the Team to Beat
  199. Ghana: Rawlings Meets Opposition Chief in Historic Meeting
  200. Liberia: Liberia Education Ranks Low in Sub-region
  201. Liberia: U.S. Kidnap Victim Finally Testified
  202. Liberia: Liberian Women Counter Gbowee
  203. Kenya: Two Killed as Separatist Group Leader Arrested
  204. South Sudan: Protesters Against Peace Deal Clash With Police
  205. Somalia: Al-Shabaab Attacks Somali Govt Troops in Mogadishu
  206. Uganda: Museveni Calls on Police to Deal With Ritual Murders
  207. Uganda: Uganda Is Ebola Free
  208. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Inspires South African Youth Leader
  209. Zimbabwe: Malema's Guards Attack Zimbabwean Journalist
  210. Mozambique: Electoral Law Amended to Prevent Fraud
  211. South Africa: Task Team Set Up for SAA
  212. South Africa: On the Third Force 'Responsible' for Labour Unrest
  213. Angola: Mining Fair Provided Knowledge - Minister
  214. Zambia: President to Attend Korea-Africa Economic Cooperation Indaba
  215. Zambia: Kazungula Bridge Deal Sealed...as Zambia, Botswana Ink Loan Agreement
  216. West Africa: Riot Stops Play as Côte d'Ivoire Beats Senegal in Afcon Qualifier
  217. Sudan: Turabi Says Only Islamists Capable of Rising to Power in Sudan
  218. Tunisia: Govt Announces Election in 2013
  219. North Africa: France Calls for Release of AQIM Hostages
  220. Tunisia: Draft 'Political Exclusion Law' Invites Abuse
  221. North Africa: Patience Needed Over Arab Spring, UN Hears
  222. Egypt: President Morsi Keeps General Prosecutor On His Post
  223. Nigeria: Gunmen Kill 20 in Kaduna Village
  224. Mauritania: President Shot 'Accidentally'
  225. West Africa: Francophonie Summit Brings Sparks to Kinshasa
  226. Cote d'Ivoire: Toxic Waste, Failed Accountability
  227. Kenya: Vaccines, Vitamins and Vegetables - On Nutrition Fight Frontlines
  228. Africa: China Wants Peace in Africa
  229. Somalia: Roadside Blast Hits Somali Forces in Lower Shabelle Region
  230. South Sudan: South Sudan Says Critics of Addis Ababa Agreement Are Misinformed
  231. Kenya: Agony for Motorists As Fuel Prices Rises, Again
  232. Malawi: Heroines of the Floods
  233. Swaziland: Allowing Conjugal Visits - a Premature Adjudication?
  234. Angola: Country Has Large Variety of Metals - Official
  235. Mozambique: First Lady Vows to Reduce Infant and Maternal Mortality Rate
  236. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai's Vacillations Self-Destructive - Analysts
  237. Zimbabwe: MDCs Defy Mugabe's Elections Ultimatum
  238. Zimbabwe: Chinamasa's Tone Inflammatory
  239. Zimbabwe: Minister Stands Up to Mugabe, PM
  240. Africa: Daunting Debuts for Cameroon, Morocco Coaches
  241. Tunisia: 'Governor Should Keep in Touch With His Environment and Stimulate Relations
  242. Tunisia: Large EU Delegation to Take Part in Tunis Technology Convention
  243. Tunisia: Minister of Health Visits Turkey, Calls for More Joint Projects
  244. Mali: Military Intervention Looms, But Not Soon
  245. West Africa: Francophone Nations Lag in Aids Fight
  246. Nigeria/Liberia: Eagles Qualify for Nations Cup, Beat Liberia
  247. Nigeria: Push for Self-Rule in Disputed Peninsula
  248. Mali: Security Council Takes Step Towards Military Force
  249. Somalia: Govt Arrests 300 Militants
  250. Zambia/Uganda: Chipolopolo Qualifies for Africa Nations Cup