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  1. Somalia: UN Condemns Attack On Kenyan Troops
  2. Burundi: Bujumbura - We're Ready for Talks to End Conflict
  3. Tunisia: ICJ Calls On Tunisian Government to Adopt Key Legal and Policy Reforms to Co
  4. Burkina Faso: Security Forces Launch Assault to Retake Hotel From Militants
  5. Tunisia: LGBT Group Suspended
  6. Zambia/Egypt: Mayuka Signs for Zamalek
  7. Egypt: News Website Managing Editor Released After Security Forces Storm Headquarters
  8. Namibia: Messahel in Namibia for African Union Summit On Security Council Reform
  9. Algeria: EU to Present a New Version of Agricultural Agreement With Morocco
  10. Burkina Faso: Hope for an End to Military Meddling?
  11. Sierra Leone: Ebola Setback As Patient Dies After All-Clear
  12. Nigeria: Boko Haram Disguised As Vendors - Military
  13. Ghana: Law Maker Slams Mahama Over Guantanamo Prisoners
  14. Africa: Anglican Chiefs Exclude U.S. Church From Decisions for Three Years
  15. Ethiopia: Government Backs Down, but Will Protests End?
  16. Burundi: UN Reports Cases of Gang Rape, Mass Graves
  17. Somalia: Kenya Launches Air Strikes After Al Shabaab Attack
  18. Uganda: Museveni Shuns Election Debate
  19. Kenya: Heated Debate at the Hague Over Deputy President
  20. Mozambique: IMF Predicts Gigantic Growth Rate
  21. Mozambique: Opposition Leader 'Seizes' Six Provinces
  22. South Africa: Petition Launched to Reject WhatsApp Regulation
  23. Africa: Defend Gay Rights, Says Botswana's Mogae
  24. South Africa: Granny, 66, Gets Matric Certificate So She Can Start Crèche
  25. South Africa: Telescope Helps Spot Biggest Explosion in History
  26. South Africa: Economy Is On a Cliff Edge
  27. South Africa: #homosletstalk and the Kid Who Encouraged Hate Crimes
  28. Take advantage of weak rand, says, RBZ boss
  29. Samsung opens assembly plant
  30. New measures to fight food crisis
  31. Ebola resurfaces in Sierra Leone
  32. EDITORIAL COMMENT: VP Office break-ins, an attack on Zim
  33. Indonesia police kill IS militant
  34. ‘Let’s go for gold’
  35. Chiyangwa, land barons square off
  36. Chinese New Year celebrations start
  37. ‘Battle of Chefs’ Season 2 beckons
  38. No Secret That Egypt Want To Sabotage Ethiopia’s Nile Dam
  39. Zimbabwe: Nation's Pillars Must Be Safe From Barbarians
  40. Algeria: Installation of Algerian-Croatian Parliamentary Friendship Group
  41. Egypt: FM Holds Series of Meetings With Leaders of Bundestag
  42. Egypt: Nation to Host African Investment Forum in February
  43. Tunisia: New Evidence of Torture Five Years On From 'Jasmine Revolution'
  44. Egypt: Court to Hear Testimonies in Former Agriculture Minister Corruption Case
  45. West Africa: Ebola Is Over. But Public Health Challenge Remains
  46. West Africa: U.S. Court Boosts Child Slave Labour Case
  47. Nigeria: Patients Flee As Doctor of Lassa Fever Victims Dies
  48. Nigeria: Senate Accuses Presidency of Releasing Copies of Fake Budget
  49. Nigeria: Buhari Orders Fresh Probe of Chibok Girls' Abduction
  50. Africa: New Video-on-Demand Service Focuses on Local Content
  51. Kenya: Deputy President Planned Election Violence, Says Prosecutor
  52. Rwanda: Smartphone App Connects Riders With Motorbike Taxis
  53. Uganda: Swine Fever Breaks Out in Kampala
  54. Ethiopia: 'Eating Banana With Its Cover' - Misconceptions About Condoms
  55. Zambia: El Niño Pushes Farmers to Question Maize Habit
  56. Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Well and Fine - Report
  57. South Africa: Why Tentative Moves Toward Restorative Justice Need Support
  58. South Africa: How Red Meat Has Become Leaner Over the Last Four Decades
  59. Malawi: Harmful Cultural Practices Resurface and Threaten HIV Response
  60. South Africa: Student Leaders Walk Out of Meeting With Nzimande
  61. South Africa: Rastafarians Protest Against Police Brutality
  62. South Africa: Philippi Ward Beset By Internal Politics
  63. Celine Dion’s husband René Angélil dies at 73 after long battle with cancer
  64. Foreign firms in reserved sectors to pay levy
  65. Crack team to probe Mnangagwa break-in
  66. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Nation’s pillars must be safe from barbarians
  67. E-cigarettes vapour affects driving
  68. 40 000 dormant civil cases clog High Court
  69. French envoy hails President
  70. Bob Nyabinde goes to Bar Rouge
  71. Ebola outbreak officially over
  72. Rumble in the jungle
  73. This 63-Year-Old Senate Worker Is Actually Homeless
  74. Police Brutality And Black Self-Defense
  75. Why Starting An E-Commerce Business In 2016 Is A Great Idea
  76. 2016: This Is Your Year – The Gantt Report
  77. Nigeria: Govt Earmarks N140 Million to Fight Lassa Fever
  78. Nigeria: Oil Board Wins Reuters Award Over U.S.$1.2 Billion Financing Deal
  79. Algeria: Poor Chances for Algerian Asylum Seekers
  80. Africa: African leaders Expected in Sharm el Sheikh Next Month for High-Level Investm
  81. Libya: Senior UN Relief Official Condemns Attacks On Benghazi Power Plant
  82. Algeria: Constitutional Revision - 'Decriminalization of Press Offenses, Major Breakt
  83. Libya: Colloquium On Peace Initiatives in Mali-Libya - Algeria's 'Positive Neutrality
  84. Nigeria: Nation Faces Major Challenge to Vaccinating Children
  85. Cameroon: Mosque Suicide Attack Kills 12
  86. Nigeria: Govt Approves U.S.$200 Million Loan for Lagos
  87. Nigeria: UK Military Team for Nigeria Confirmed
  88. Nigeria: 'Missing' 2016 Budget Documents - Senators to Begin Debate Without Budget Co
  89. Africa: Change of Direction for African Union?
  90. Ethiopia: Addis Plan Scrapped After Protests
  91. Kenya: Confusion Mars Oil Riches Dream This Year
  92. Burundi: Journalists Keep the News Flowing
  93. East Africa: Bid to Stop Nkurunziza Leading Region
  94. Zimbabwe: V-P Reports Fourth Break-in At His Office
  95. Lesotho: Desperate Judge Fights for Survival
  96. South Africa: WhatsApp Facing Regulation?
  97. Zimbabwe: Tweeps Revive Annual Mugabe Health Rumour
  98. Namibia: Towns to Run Out of Water by September
  99. South Africa: Famers Arrested Over Deaths of Alleged Attackers
  100. South Africa: Poor Face Rising Food Prices As Drought Intensifies
  101. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Succession Wars - Minister Finds Live Bullet in His Hotel Room
  102. Govt calls for media unity
  103. Sixth break-in at Mnangagwa’s office
  104. Medical report worries Kereke
  105. Lonrho exits agric unit
  106. Two Burundi defectors killed
  107. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Banks must adapt to technology or die
  108. Fans gear for ‘Ignition Concert’
  109. Iran releases US sailors
  110. Pasuwa’s sleek car
  111. President well, fine
  112. Barack Obama Just Can’t Stop Talking Down To Africa
  113. Why South Africa Should Do Away With Mandela’s Economic Deals
  114. What Is Holding Ethiopia Back?
  115. Egypt: New Parliament Dubbed 'Rubber Stamp' But Some Are Hopeful
  116. Egypt: Women's Groups Put Forward 5 Draft Laws for New Parliament's Agenda
  117. Africa: Zinedine Zidane Named Real Madrid Coach
  118. Egypt: House of Representatives Names Law Professor Ali Abdel Aal As Speaker
  119. Egypt: Parliament Should Fix Abusive Laws, Says Rights Group
  120. Nigeria: 2016 Budget Documents Stolen From National Assembly
  121. Africa: What (Else) to Expect in Africa in 2016?
  122. Nigeria: Court Rejects Govt's Application to Freeze MTN's Accounts
  123. Nigeria: 'Shocked' Ribadu Denies Receiving Money From Dasuki
  124. Africa: It's Not Game Over for Netflix
  125. Sudan: Rebels to Join Darfur Negotiation Rounds
  126. Burundi: Torture Rife in Burundi, Opposition Claims
  127. Africa: Why Millions Chose Africa As Their Safari Destination
  128. Sudan: Govt Forces 'Kill Six in Nuba Mountains'
  129. Angola: The War On Social Media and the Trial of Activists
  130. Botswana: Drought Triggers Clash Over Fishing
  131. South Africa: Court Battle Over Mining Rights Heats Up
  132. Zimbabwe: El Nino and Drought Take a Toll On Cattle
  133. South Africa: U.S.-SA Agoa Wrangle Continues
  134. Zanu-PF readies for 21st February festivities
  135. Getbucks targets working man
  136. Inside Soul Jah Love, Bounty Lisa’s affair
  137. Zim working on diamond bourse• Consultants hired to spearhead project • Plans to beco
  138. Shame on you
  139. Roadblocks to stay: Govt
  140. 10 killed as IS strikes in Istanbul
  141. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Non-essential imports bad for economy
  142. Libya foils IS attack on oil terminal
  143. Right-wing Germans protest over migrants
  144. The 10 Corporations That Control Almost Everything You Buy
  145. 7 Ways To Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck
  146. 11 Year-Old College Freshman Carson Huey-You Is Studying Quantum Physics
  147. We Have Enough “Evidence” To Convict Kenya’s Deputy President Says Discredited ICC
  148. Hitler’s Book “Mein Kampf” Sold Out Immediately After Going On Sale In Germany
  149. Chicago Cops Frantically Fight To Destroy Torture Records Before Homan Square Investi
  150. Having Cash While Black — Rapper Attacked By Police After He Withdrew $200K To Buy Ca
  151. Nigeria: Nigerian Banks At Risk Over Oil Price Decline - Lagarde
  152. Angola: President Appoints New Government Officials
  153. Messi wins fifth Ballon d’Or
  154. Masike nominated for Kora Awards
  155. Rare diseases pose new threats
  156. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim should stand together in prayer
  157. Pasuwa’s big CHAN secret
  158. Ministries, parastatals face tenders audit
  159. Top courts mull ban on junior lawyers
  160. Kereke rape trial opens
  161. Power projects on course: Undenge
  162. Kenyan university reopens
  163. Algeria: Algerian-British Economic Forum in May in Algiers
  164. Algeria: List of Upper House's Members Appointed By President Bouteflika
  165. Tunisia: 3.9-Magnitude Earth Tremor Recorded in Beni Khiar
  166. East Africa: Is Al-Jazeera More Concerned About GERD Than Egypt, Sudan?
  167. Egypt: Justice Ministry Response On U.S. State Department Comments On Human Trafficki
  168. Africa: A New Political Era Dawns for Africa
  169. Nigeria: Switzerland to Transfer Another U.S.$300 Million Abacha Loot to Nigeria - Mi
  170. Nigeria: Army Panel Praises Captain Who Exposed Ekiti Rigging Video
  171. Nigeria: Indian National Arrives Lagos On Bicycle
  172. Ghana: British Murder Suspect Arrested While Eating a Coconut
  173. Mauritius: Waiting On a Second Economic Miracle
  174. Burundi: Regional Ministers to Discuss Peace Talks Impasse
  175. Kenya: Kenyatta Gets New Power in Choosing Chief Justice
  176. Tanzania: Pollution, Low Water Levels Threaten Lake Tanganyika
  177. South Africa: Pistorius Appeals to Constitutional Court
  178. Angola: New Law Enables Indefinite Detention of Dissenters
  179. South Africa: Instagram Bans Post of Rape Survivor's Live-Blog
  180. Zimbabwe: VP Mnangagwa Now Acting President
  181. South Africa: Woman Killed and Eaten By Lion
  182. Most Americans Are One Paycheck Away From Being Homeless
  183. What Is Eritrea Getting From Saudi Arabia For Backing The War In Yemen
  184. Canada Denies Refuge To American Man Fleeing Police Brutality And State Terrorism
  185. Are Liberal Democracy And Competitive Politics Obstacles To Transformative Growth In
  186. Nigeria: Military Denies Report of Soldiers On Hunger Strike
  187. Nigeria: Should Abuja Join Saudi Arabia's Military Alliance?
  188. Nigeria: SSS Detains Faleke, Abubakar Audu's Son - Aide
  189. East Africa: Malawi, Tanzania in New Dispute Over Lake Border
  190. Zimbabwe: Realtime Disease Tracking System Long Overdue
  191. Botswana: Heat Wave Claims Three Lives
  192. Zimbabwe: Stop the Barbaric Arrests of Scribes
  193. Zimbabwe: Stepdad Gets 30 Years for Rape
  194. Govere abused NSSA funds — Audit
  195. EDITORIAL COMMENT: The case for acceptable power tariff
  196. Traditional music conquers time
  197. Farm row spills into Supreme Court
  198. Madagascan president’s party wins senate vote
  199. GMB gets nod to import 230 000t
  200. US sends B52 bomber over South Korea
  201. ZIFA eye Pasuwa deal
  202. 16 death row inmates challenge law
  203. Musicians should not be exploited
  204. Egypt: Parliament Reconvenes
  205. Africa: Hope As African Leaders Reduce Terms
  206. Nigeria: Alarm Over Suspected Cases of Lassa Fever
  207. Nigeria: Named in Dasukigate, Ex-Anambra Gov Jim Nwobodo Dumps PDP for APC
  208. Nigeria: Former Lawmaker, Sacked From Senate, Defects to APC Before Fresh Poll
  209. Nigeria: Dasukigate - Accord Party Admits Ex-Gov Ladoja Received N100 Million From An
  210. Ethiopia: Crackdown On Dissent Takes Deadly Toll
  211. Tanzania: Zanzibar Plans Election Rerun
  212. Burundi: Uganda in Spotlight As Peace Talks Fail to Take Off
  213. South Sudan: Finally, South Sudan to Form Interim Govt
  214. Zimbabwe: Govt Embassies Abroad Face Closure
  215. South Africa: Jailed King 'In Good Spirits' In Hospital
  216. Zimbabwe: Mujuru 'Grand' Strategy Revealed
  217. Zimbabwe: AMH Trio Arrested, Detained Overnight
  218. Zimbabwe: Govt Sharpens Spying Tools
  219. Zimbabwe: Indigenisation Discord Ruinous
  220. Zimbabwe: Malawi Cops Intercept UK-Bound Marijuana Wrapped As Cakes From Harare
  221. Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Violence Juveniles Freed, Lads Among More Than 30 Granted U.S.$
  222. This Good Saudi Muslim Is Selling His “Castrated African Slave” On Facebook
  223. Libya: UN Condemns Attack on Security Training Centre
  224. Egypt: Security Forces Kill 14 in Sinai
  225. Mali: Missionary Abducted for Second Time in Timbuktu
  226. Chad: UN Gives Aid to Boko Haram Refugees
  227. South Sudan: Rebels Welcome New Coalition Govt
  228. East Africa: Region to Roll Out Faster Internet Speeds
  229. South Sudan: Violence Breaks Out in New Area
  230. Tanzania: Post-Election Stalemate Damages Zanzibar
  231. Uganda: Editors Arrested for Refusing to Reveal a Source
  232. South Africa: Governing Party Celebrates 104 Years Amid Growing Disaffection
  233. Malawi: Gay Fears Murder If Deported to Malawi From UK
  234. South Africa: Jailed King in Hospital
  235. Angola: Don't Look, Don't Point! the Savagery of an Encounter With the Police
  236. South Africa: Racists Live in the Past - Zuma
  237. South Africa: Accused Premier's Fate to Be Discussed
  238. South Sudan: Sudanese People's Liberation Movement Resolves Conflict
  239. South Africa: Idols Judge Fired Over Race Row
  240. Algeria: Two Algerian Windsurfers to Compete in 2016 African 470 Championships
  241. Nigeria: Lagos Marathon - Deborah Pam Shakes Off Injury for Fresh Challenge
  242. South Africa: From Headboy to Provincial ANC Head Honcho - Who Is Marius Fransman?
  243. South Africa: Sexual Harassment Laid Against ANC Member
  244. Algeria: New Constitution Enshrines Principles of Democracy, Foundations of New Polit
  245. Algeria: EU Called to Strengthen Its Partnership With Algeria, Region's Key Player
  246. South Africa: Presidency Rejects Malicious Gossip Report By Mail & Guardian
  247. Tunisia: President Beji Caid Essebsi and Morjane Talk
  248. Nigeria: Who Is Femi Fani-Kayode?
  249. Nigeria: U.S.$2.1 Billion Arms Probe - Buhari Won't Interfere in Jafaru's Case - Pre
  250. Nigeria: Buhari's Ally Arrested in Arms Deal Scandal