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  1. Africa: Burundi Team Pulls Out AU Summit, Cites Security Concerns
  2. Uganda: Besigye's Party Legislator Ready to Work With Museveni
  3. Uganda: Police Chief Summoned Over Besigye's Supporters Beatings
  4. East Africa: Ugandan Army Refuses 'to be Sucked' Into South Sudan Rivals War
  5. West Africa: 'Time to Restart Your Lives', UN Tells Refugees
  6. Uganda: Juniors Officers Cry Over Unfair Punishment Over Police Brutality
  7. Cameroon: Pressure for Accountability in Fight Against Boko Haram
  8. Mali: Armed Groups Kill 17 Soldiers At Base
  9. Nigeria: Plateau Monarch's Killing Sparks Violence
  10. Nigeria: Lead Poisoning Associated With Intellectual Disabilities in Children
  11. Africa: AU Terms Must Apply in Readmitting Morocco
  12. Ghana/Zambia: Ghana, Egypt Walk Zambia 2017 Tightrope
  13. Libya: France Admits Special Forces Soldiers Killed in Libya
  14. Africa: World Must Not Tolerate Genocide Ideology - Sahrawi Leader
  15. Black Pastors Say Black Lives Matter Is ‘Demonic,’ ‘Shameful’ And ‘Tragic’
  16. Who Will Protect Americans From A Dangerously Militarized Police Forces?
  17. Word For Word: Melania Trump Echoes Michelle Obama’s 2008 Convention Speech
  18. Congress Considering “Blue Lives Matter Act” To Protect Killer Cops
  19. Armed Thugs Parade Outside Republican Convention None Are Assaulted By Cops
  20. Barclays sets up $20m fund for SMEs
  21. Apple Reportedly Set To Acquire Jay-Z’s Tidal Music Company
  22. There is method to Tsvangirai’s madness
  23. Bruce is king
  24. Raw sugar producer price up 2,6 percent
  25. Police after Lady Squanda accomplices
  26. IMF lowers world economic outlook to 3,1pc
  27. Inside Tytan’s music career, private life
  28. Editorial Comment: Utete example a challenge to all
  29. Sarah Manyika launches second book
  30. Telecom firms to compensate clients
  31. Zimbabwe: Mzembi Is Africa's Official UNWTO Candidate
  32. Zimbabwe: Former Ruling Party Activist Lumumba's Application Dismissed
  33. Zimbabwe: Govt, Civil Servants Meet Over Salary Delays
  34. South Africa: Athlete Sets New 100-Metre Record
  35. Zimbabwe: Govt Loses $13 Million in Underhanded Diamond Dealings
  36. Malawi: Striking Students Block U.S. Second Lady Biden's Motorcade
  37. South Africa: Radio Telescope Project Unveils 'First Light' Image From Outer Space
  38. Africa: Africa Must Use New Bank to Bridge $100 Billion Infrastructure Gap
  39. South Sudan: AU Backs Call for 'Robust' African Force
  40. Tanzania: Dodging Costs and Power Cuts, Firms Profit From Solar Drive
  41. Tanzania: Pastoralists Call for Law Amendment
  42. Somalia: Why Somaliland Now Needs International Recognition
  43. Kenya: What Say Do Women Have Peace and Security?
  44. Nigeria: I Remain Loyal to Ruling Party - Saraki
  45. Nigeria: The Judiciary Has Failed Nigeria - President Buhari
  46. Nigeria: Army Releases 249 Boko Haram Suspects, Gives Them N3000 Each in Maiduguri
  47. Nigeria: Govt to Kick-Start Campaign On Made-in-Nigeria Goods
  48. Nigeria: NFF Names Le Guen New Eagles Coach
  49. Algeria: Partnership Has Significant Importance for Energy Sector Growth
  50. Algeria: Election of AU Commission Members Monday in Kigali
  51. Algeria: African Wrestling Championships (Cadets - Juniors) - Algeria Wins 52 Medals,
  52. Algeria: Social Development Prize to Algeria - Recognition of Efforts for Women's Pro
  53. Africa: Morocco Asks to Rejoin the African Union After 32 Years
  54. Rwanda: Creating Appropriate Ecosystem Pivotal to Cashless Economy
  55. Four investors vie for Chemplex stake
  56. Alleged Baton Rouge Shooter, Is An Ex-Marine
  57. Bosso’s Akbay taunts DeMbare
  58. Miss World Zim auditions today
  59. Africa: AU to Vote On Morocco's Readmission
  60. Morocco: King Questions AU's Stance on Western Sahara
  61. Algeria: Upper House Passes Bill On Investments
  62. Libya: RSF Asks Govt of National Accord to Protect Journalists
  63. Africa: Morocco Wants to Return to African Union
  64. Nigeria: Army Frees Hundreds Illegally Held As Boko Haram Terrorists
  65. Nigeria: 10 Most Damning Revelations From Latest Presidential Arms Audit Report
  66. Nigeria: Soldiers Disarm Suicide Bomber in Borno
  67. Nigeria: Govt to Revive 10,000 Health Centres Nationwide
  68. Nigeria: These Parts of Lagos Will Experience Power Outages Today
  69. Africa: AU Elections Suspended
  70. South Sudan: AU Ponders Sending Troops to South Sudan
  71. Tanzania: Opposition Leader Hamad Lined Up for Prosecution
  72. Tanzania: Mixed Feelings Over Child Marriage
  73. East Africa: European Union's Regional Trade Deal Signing Called Off
  74. Africa: RwandAir to Begin Harare Flights in January
  75. Malawi: President Mutharika Not Aware of 'Rotten' Ministers
  76. Malawi: People, Companies Named in Panama Papers
  77. Zimbabwe: Outrage Over Musician Lady Squanda Assault Video
  78. Africa: Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority Wins Another Big Deal
  79. Brilliant khama
  80. Chivi Zim-Asset indaba on cards
  81. Condolences pour in for national hero Utete
  82. President returns
  83. AU launches African passport
  84. All set for hero Utete’s burial
  85. Civil servants’ pay indaba on today
  86. Swaziland: King 'To Blame' for Women's Inequality
  87. South Africa: 'What Can South Africa Be, What Can Africa Be, What Can the World Be?'
  88. Malawi: Coping with hunger while living with HIV
  89. US Rep. Steve King Preaches White Supremacy On National Television
  90. White House Responds To Petition To Label Black Lives Matter Hashtag A “Terror” Group
  91. The Murder Of Philando Castile, Dead Cops, And Blowback
  92. No One Killed Freddie Gray: Another Baltimore Cop Is Acquitted On All Counts
  93. ‘White Lives Matter’ Movement Pines For A More Racist Past
  94. Regime Change Agenda: Obama To Send 200 Soldiers To South Sudan
  95. Egypt: Court Rejects Motion to Suspend Novelist's Sentence
  96. Nigeria: Military Spends $13.1 Billion in 29 Years
  97. Nigeria: Malnutrition Kills 1000 Children Daily - Report
  98. 3 Officers Dead, 3 Hospitalized In Baton Rouge Shooting
  99. Multiple Police Officers Shot In Baton Rouge
  100. After Multiple Unpunished Attacks On Blacks, White Supremacist Slaughters Three In Wa
  101. Emotional send-off for Mimi Sharuko
  102. Black Skin, White Words – The Gantt Report
  103. Piracy: Can there be a lasting solution?
  104. Unpacking foiled military coup in Turkey
  105. Small-scale gold producers shun rand
  106. D-Day for Mutumanje
  107. Chinese leader congratulates AU on 27th Summit
  108. National flag not a weapon of war
  109. Goal drought at rufaro
  110. Editorial Comment: Resourcing farmers is the way to go
  111. ‘We would rather exit ICC than be treated unfairly’
  112. Zimbabwe: Hlongwane Ministry Has to Justify Existence
  113. Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe Endgame' As Protests Spread
  114. Zimbabwe: Few Tears for Rapist Legislator Kereke
  115. Zimbabwe: Chombo Defends Under-Fire Police, Zanu-PF Track Record
  116. Angola: Interclube, Recreativo Do Caála Play Draw
  117. Zimbabwe: VPs Fail to Stop Beitbridge Conservancy Plunder
  118. Malawi: 'Grand Corruption' a History for the Future
  119. Uganda: Five Killed in Another Masaka Road Accident
  120. Zimbabwe: Go Now, Mujuru Tells Mugabe
  121. Africa: Fighting Violence Against Children As a Global Problem
  122. Africa: Who Will Be AU's Next Chairperson?
  123. Somalia: Two Dead, Three Wounded in a Shooting Spree
  124. South Sudan: Flare-Up of Violence Raises Spectre of Hunger Catastrophe
  125. Nigeria: Commission Approves Promotion, Posting of 18 Aigs, 37 CPs
  126. Nigeria: Petitioners Kick, As Reps Discharge Complaints Against Oil Firms
  127. Nigeria: Buhari Condemns Coup in Turkey
  128. South Sudan: Who Is Arming TRAITOR Riek Machar?
  129. 81% Of American Households Experienced ‘Flat’ Or ‘Falling’ Incomes – Research
  130. Eric Garner’s Daughter Says ABC News Silenced Her During Town Hall Meeting With Obama
  131. Leaked Recording Catches NYPD Pressuring Cop To Arrest More Black Men
  132. World’s First Illustrated Christian Bible Discovered At Ethiopian Monastery
  133. Deal With Adidas Could Make Kanye West A Billionaire?
  134. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Like a Cornered Rat
  135. Zimbabwe: Dr Charles Utete Dies
  136. Zimbabwe: Govt Blasts Julius Malema
  137. Namibia: Beef Exports to the U.S Get Green Light
  138. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Picks New Deputies
  139. Zimbabwe: South Africa Can, and Must, Act to Prevent a Disaster in Zimbabwe
  140. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Panics Amid Social Turmoil
  141. Africa: AU Succession Battle Looms in Kigali
  142. Africa: Are African Union Elections a Farce?
  143. Ethiopia: Riots in Gonder Claim Casualties
  144. Africa: African Blocs Fail to Agree On Free Trade Area
  145. Africa: Why Africa Is Against ICC - AU Commissioner
  146. Uganda: Museveni Opposes Arms Embargo On South Sudan
  147. Nigeria: Buhari Approves Probe Into Army Procurement Scandals
  148. Morocco: Fus Rabat Down Kawkab to Go Top
  149. Egypt: Student Sentenced to a Year in Prison for Leaking High School Exams
  150. Egypt: Egyptair Cancels Flights to Istanbul Following Coup Attempt
  151. Egypt: Court Frees Football Coach Hassan
  152. 7 Ways The White Media Uses Police Jargon To Lie To The Public
  153. Being Black In India: ‘We Are Seen As Demons’
  154. Latino Gang Firebombing Black Homes In Boyle Gardens
  155. It’s Time For Black Liberation, Not Liberalism
  156. Unstable Europe: Turkish Military Attempts To Overthrow Government
  157. Young Sables, Namibia face off
  158. White Cops Tase Wrong Man During Warrant Stop, Blame Victim
  159. It’s commando speaking
  160. Obituary: Farewell architect of public service
  161. Harare’s unfolding jazz war
  162. Govt blasts Julius Malema
  163. Delahousse reveals role in anti-Govt protests
  164. Tsvangirai elevates Chamisa, Mudzuri
  165. Zim, Rwanda in bilateral talks
  166. NATHANIEL MANHERU: Zimbabwe: The French connection
  167. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Harmonisation of anti-graft laws vital
  168. Zimbabwe: National Roads Bosses in No Show At Court
  169. Zimbabwe: Minister Chombo Blasts 'Unpatriotic' Diasporans
  170. South Africa: Minister Des Van Rooyen Lauds Progress Made By Emfuleni Local Municipal
  171. Zimbabwe: Rise of the Informal Trader and a New Political Economy
  172. South Africa: Attack On Uber Driver Sparks Clash Between Meter Taxi Protesters, Polic
  173. South Africa: Cosatu Breaks Ranks With ANC Over Zimbabwe Protests
  174. South Africa: Zimbabweans in South Africa Protest Against Mugabe
  175. Zimbabwe: Anti-Corruption Commission Bosses Fired
  176. Uganda: Judges Miss Deadline for Former Prime Minister Mbabazi Judgment
  177. Uganda: Besigye's Party Differ Over Direction of Defiance Campaign
  178. Ethiopia: Several Killed As Police Make Arrests Sparking Protests in Gondar
  179. Kenya: Police Officer Shot Dead After Killing Six Colleagues
  180. Kenya: Three-Way Marriage Challenges Stigma and Promotes Safe Sex
  181. Nigeria: Why We Haven't Evacuated Our Citizens From South Sudan - Govt
  182. Nigeria: Opposition Party Announces Date for National Convention
  183. Nigeria: FIFA Rankings - Uganda, Benin Republic Overtake Nigeria
  184. Nigeria: Panel Indicts Army Personnels - Full List and Report
  185. Egypt: Student Tortured Facing Unfair Trial
  186. Africa: Mobile App for Rain Forecasts Raising Farmers' Yields
  187. Rwanda: Algeria Name FIBA U18 Team for Kigali
  188. Egypt: National Council of Human Rights Official Banned From Travel
  189. Algeria: Arab Wheelchair Basketball Champs - Algeria Dominates First Round
  190. Western Sahara: UN Staffers Return After Spat With Morocco
  191. Minneapolis Officials Don’t Care Whether Their Police Have Ties To White Power
  192. FBI Greenlights Paramilitary Crackdown On Black Anti-Racist Protesters
  193. Black Man Found Hanging From Tree In Atlanta Park
  194. Israel To Support Ethiopia In Developing Water Resources: Netanyahu
  195. 5 Facts That Prove American Cops Operate With A Racial Bias
  196. Arab Countries Expanding Into Eritrea, And It’s No Good For Ethiopia And Africa
  197. Zinara bosses in no show at court
  198. White Racism Has Houston’s Only Black-Owned Bank Booming With New Clients
  199. VW Passat perfect ride for business and more
  200. Editorial Comment: Industry must step up to the plate
  201. Kaindu halts dembare
  202. Weak Delta drags down ZSE
  203. Local distributor unveils Hillsongs DVD
  204. Zim rejects proposed CITES regulations
  205. Music, dance and exhibitions spice the weekend
  206. Mashakada widow faces hard times
  207. ZIA approves $305m projects
  208. South Africa: The Butterfly Project Is Helping Teens Envision an Aids-Free Generation
  209. Zambia: Stoppila Sunzu Signs for Top French Club
  210. Namibia: Opinion - Germany Must Apologize for Namibia Genocide
  211. Zimbabwe: Opposition Condemns Pastor Evan's Arrest
  212. Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Season of Discontent
  213. Namibia: Drought Traps Hippos in Muddy Pools
  214. Zimbabwe: #ThisFlag Campaigner Evan Mawarire Freed
  215. Lesotho: Editor in Critical Condition After Shooting
  216. Tanzania: UN Official Praises Magufuli's War On Corruption
  217. Burundi: UN Committee Against Torture - Submission On Burundi
  218. Kenya: Five Police Officers Feared Dead in Kapenguria Attack
  219. Nigeria: Army Launches Operation in Zamfara
  220. Africa: UN Secretary-General Expected in Rwanda
  221. South Sudan: U.S. Sends 40 Soldiers to Protect Embassy, Personnel
  222. Kenya: Ghanaian Entrepreneur Expands Video Game Business
  223. São Tomé and Príncipe: Everything You Need to Know About Presidential Polls
  224. Nigeria: Buharimeter - Nigerians Score Buhari Low On Economy
  225. Liberia: Failure to Pass Land Law Could Plunge Nation Back Into Conflict - Activists
  226. Africa: Egypt FM Meets African Counterparts On Issues, Ties
  227. Egypt: Urgent Measures to Be Taken to Maintain Archaeological Buildings - Cabinet
  228. Egypt: Cabinet Approves Several Decisions On Investments, Projects
  229. Egypt: Cabinet Reviews Work Progress in Red Sea Projects
  230. Tunisia: Amnesty Bill Would Set Back Transition
  231. East Africa: Region Condemns Burundian Legislator Hafsa Mossi Killing
  232. Liberia: Failure to Pass Land Rights Act Threatens Peace - Civil Society
  233. Nigeria: Why Court Cancelled Buhari Govt's 45 Percent Electricity Tariff Hike
  234. Nigeria: End Benue "Bloodbath" Now, David Mark Cries Out
  235. Nigeria: Edo 2016 - Modu Sheriff Not Backing Down
  236. Nigeria: Fayose Insists Aisha Buhari Was Named in Halliburton Scandal
  237. Algeria: China, Algeria Vow to Boost Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
  238. Value Addition Key In Africa’s Growth Story
  239. Protecting Killer Cops: NC Gov. Sign Bill To Keep Police Body Cam Footage Secret
  240. America’s Racist Repression Exposed
  241. Murder In Black And Blue – The Gantt Report
  242. Murders By Police Related To FBI Warning: White Supremacist Infiltrating Police
  243. American Nightmare – A New Era Of Police Robotic Killers
  244. New Video Shows Off-Duty New York Cop Murdering Delrawn Small
  245. Editorial Comment – Mawarire: Same script, different cast
  246. :Does use of plastic money promote financial inclusion?
  247. ZB mulls SPV to takeover Non-performing loans
  248. Tsipa strikes again
  249. Tuku, Macheso to share stage in UK
  250. New venue Jazz 24/7 opens tonight