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  1. Egypt: Egypt-Sudan Crisis 'Runs Deep'
  2. Libya: Enforced Disappearance of Literature Professor Since 22 November 2015
  3. Morocco: UN Envoy to Western Sahara Expected to Arrive Today to Sahrawi Refugee Camps
  4. Nigeria: Fears of Resource Conflicts Fuelled By Climate Change in Nigeria
  5. Nigeria: EFCC Arrests Former Minister, Others Over Alleged U.S.$2 Billion Arms Deal
  6. Nigeria: Aids Agency Discovers 3,500 Male Sex Workers in Abuja
  7. Burkina Faso: People Will Hold the New Government to Account, Whatever the Result, Sa
  8. Nigeria: TB Joshua Fails to Show Up for Trial Over Building Collapse
  9. Congo-Kinshasa: Fighting Between Army and Rebels Kills 30 in DRC
  10. Tanzania: #WhatWouldMagufuliDo Sparks New Bout of Tanzaphilia
  11. Ethiopia: How Bad Is the Drought in Ethiopia?
  12. Kenya: Ban Day Travel for Trucks, MP Urges Govt
  13. Kenya: Men Arrested for Allegedly Being Iranian Terror Group Spies
  14. South Africa: Low Genetic Diversity Putting Great White Sharks At Risk
  15. Africa: How South Africa Can Spread Renewable Energy to Low Income Areas
  16. Botswana: Leaving the Office to Work the Land and Finding Opportunity
  17. South Africa: Joburg to Become a Megacity By 2030, but Will It Be Smart?
  18. South Africa: Criminal Charges Laid Against Police Commissioner
  19. Malawi: Govt Working to Improve Nutrition Sensitive Agricultural Production
  20. Angola: After Dos Santos - More of the Same?
  21. South Africa: In Rural Areas, Aids Treatment Gains Ground - but So Do Infections
  22. Chitiyo illuminates tournament
  23. CAPS’ Chitembwe, Chungwa honoured
  24. Antipas tips Deco for award
  25. Zim rowers under the spotlight
  26. Swimming ace Coventry honoured again
  27. No regrets for Wenger
  28. Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar for 2015 Ballon d’Or
  29. Obama meets Putin at climate summit
  30. China to launch carbon tracking satellites
  31. The solidity of China-Africa relations
  32. Get Real, White South Africa
  33. Ethiopia Warns Saudi Arabia And UAE
  34. Abortions By Black Women In NYC Outpacing Births?
  35. Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality
  36. Nigeria: Country to Prosecute T.B. Joshua, Others Over Death of 116 Persons in Church
  37. Nigeria: Kidnapped Samson Siasia's Mother Regains Freedom
  38. Nigeria: Faleke Writes APC Again, Insists He Is Kogi Governor-Elect
  39. Kenya: Family's Agony Ends As Garissa Attack Victim Finally Laid to Rest in Kitui
  40. Kenya: 2,700 Families Displaced By El Nino Floods in Kisumu
  41. Kenya: 12 Feared Dead As Bus Swept Away By Floods
  42. South Africa: Thousands of Zimbabwean Permits Uncollected in SA
  43. Zimbabwe: Sports Betting - Are We On a Roll or It's a Raw Wager
  44. Kenya: Kin of 'South Sudan Five' Held in Sudan Seek Kenyatta's Help
  45. Egypt: Egypt Elected Member of Imo Executive Board
  46. Egypt: Petroleum Sector, Ebrd Sign MOU to Enhance Sustainable Development
  47. Egypt: PM Inspects Ismailia Urban Development Projects
  48. Egypt: Egypt, Sierra Leone Sign Transport Cooperation Agreement
  49. Burkina Faso: Why Historic Vote Matters
  50. Burkina Faso: Low Turnout in Burkina Faso Elections
  51. Nigeria: Buhari Appoints 30 Federal High Court Judges
  52. Nigeria: Abuja Crime Rate Lowest in Nigeria - Police Commissioner
  53. Nigeria: Ali Nuhu Denies Death Rumour
  54. Djibouti: Base Could Be Start of U.S.-China Military Rivalry
  55. Kenya: Bid to Alter ICC Rules Flops
  56. Tanzania: Magufuli Is All the Rage
  57. Zimbabwe: Legislator Wants Birth Control for Men
  58. Zimbabwe: Roki Threatens Pauline's New Lover
  59. Zimbabwe: Outrage Over Grace's Wheelchair Pledge
  60. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Twists Mujuru 'Witchcraft' Tale
  61. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Comes Face-to-Face With Gays
  62. Zimbabwe: Mujuru Ouster Bleeds Fiscus
  63. Zimbabwe: Insurance Firms Accused of Robbing Policy Holders
  64. South Africa: Man Shot and Killed in Doornfontein
  65. Hwange power station risks lockdown
  66. Zim excited over President Xi visit
  67. Fast-track HIV response: Mnangagwa
  68. Cop21 opens amid US railroading
  69. Rival gang petrol-bombs house
  70. Two-year ban for Zimsec cheats
  71. Zim on high terror alert
  72. Unlicensed miners told to shut down
  73. Zim magistrates hailed for excellency
  74. Fly Africa squabbles take new twist
  75. Uganda: Cheering Crowds Greet Pope's Message of Peace
  76. Africa: Egypt, Mali, Nigeria Make Changes to Squads
  77. Tunisia: UK Foreign Secretary Pays Homage to Victims of Bardo and Sousse Attacks
  78. Tunisia: New Security Strategy Established After Tunis Attack (Rafik Chelli)
  79. Egypt: Two Egyptians Killed in Libya's Ajdabia
  80. Egypt: Sisi's Committee to Improve Values, Morals Sparks Debate
  81. Burkina Faso: From the Street to the Ballot Box
  82. Nigeria: Polish Sailors Abducted in Ship Attack Off Nigeria
  83. Burkina Faso: Kaboré Fills Ouagadougou National Stadium for Last Campaign Rally
  84. Mali: Gunmen Attack UN Base in Northern Mali
  85. Nigeria: EFCC Arrests 'Pastor' for N200 Million Fraud
  86. Kenya: Police Arrest Suspects Behind Terror Attacks
  87. Ethiopia: How Country Will End Mother to Child Transmission of HIV
  88. Ethiopia: Drought Tests Nation
  89. Uganda: Pope Calls On Leaders in Uganda to Rule Responsibly
  90. Kenya: Heed Pope's Timely Call for Rebirth and Renewal
  91. Mozambique: Renamo Militia Join National Army
  92. Zimbabwe: National Budget Focuses On Security Sector
  93. South Africa: Krejcir's Bedfordview House Goes Under the Hammer
  94. South Africa: Maties Senate Likes English
  95. South Africa: Malema Critcised for Attacking Mandela Legacy
  96. Zimbabwe: Chinese Leader's Visit a PR Gimmick, Claims MDC-T but Envoy Says Wait for '
  97. Zimbabwe: State Not Ready to Prosecute Sunday Mail Editor, Scribes
  98. Zimbabwe: Poacher Guns Down Two Police Officers, Fellow Rustler
  99. Egypt: Egypt Welcomes Requests for Additional Security Measures
  100. Egypt: Media Awards - Amnesty Announces 2015 Winners
  101. Egypt: Rights Groups Call for Annulment of Protest Law Marking Its Second Anniversary
  102. Egypt: Capmas - 4.8 Percent Increase in Industrial Production in Q1-2015
  103. Egypt: Environment Ministry Holds Press Conference On Black Cloud, Rice Straw Burning
  104. Nigeria: Suicide Bomber Kills 20 in Religious Procession
  105. Nigeria: Pirates Kidnap Sailors Off Coast
  106. Ghana: Idris Elba Nearly Died in Ghana
  107. Ghana: Falling Cedi Drags Stock Exchange Down
  108. Nigeria: Lagos Urban Housing Rethink
  109. Africa: China Set to Open First Military Outpost
  110. Ethiopia: Dibaba Crowned 2015 World Athlete of the Year
  111. Tanzania: Bah Humbug As Magufuli Cancels Christmas Cards
  112. Burundi: 'Chaos, Madness' Is Spreading, Says Top U.S. Official
  113. Africa: 'Church Is for Love' - Gay Ugandans Send Message to Pope
  114. Angola: Presidential Guard Who Killed Activist Acquitted
  115. Zimbabwe: Long Road in Ending Poverty and Hunger
  116. South Africa: Activists Outraged Over Rhino Horn Ruling
  117. South Africa: Seven Reported Judgments Later, the Law Finally Wins Battle With Police
  118. Mozambique: Evidence in Military Fraud Case Goes Missing
  119. Botswana: Diamond Mining Continues to Cause Suffering for San
  120. Angola: Another Day in Court
  121. Kenya: Beloved Author Binyavanga Suffered Stroke
  122. ICASA indaba roars to life
  123. Sadly, we are a sporting nation always desperate to forget our heroes
  124. President arrives in foggy Paris
  125. Editorial comment: Sports betting: Are we on a roll or it’s a raw wager
  126. Goche wins maintenance case
  127. Kuwaza out of tender board l President takes direct charge of ZACC l New board for SP
  128. ‘US knew flight path of downed Russian plane’
  129. Zimbabwe: Behold a recalcitrant reality!
  130. Where big spenders meet
  131. Teen Aids deaths triple: Unicef
  132. Tunisia: Govt Needs to Renew Its Approach to Terrorism - Expert
  133. Tunisia: Islamic State Claims Killing of Presidential Guards
  134. Egypt: Luxor Man Died in Custody Two Hours After Arrest, Four Police Officers Questio
  135. Seychelles: Death Penalty Reduced to Life Imprisonment for Seychellois Trio Convicted
  136. Africa: Global Landmine Casualties Increase, Afghanistan Largely to Blame-Study
  137. Nigeria: Police Arrest Man for Causing Explosion in Mosque
  138. Nigeria: Suspected Boko Haram Attack On Niger Village Kills At Least 18
  139. Africa: Cheap, Waterless Toilets Head for Testing
  140. Nigeria: How Alleged Corruption Fuels Petrol Scarcity
  141. Liberia: Liberian Medical Professionals Take Protective Ebola Vaccine
  142. Ethiopia: Prestigious Media Award for Ethiopian Bloggers
  143. East Africa: The Solar Energy Industry's Hottest Jobs and How to Land One
  144. East Africa: Uganda, Tanzania Need Gender Sensitive Climate Change Policies
  145. Burundi: UN Deplores Suspension of Rights Groups, Warns of 'Civil War'
  146. Kenya: Do Not Be Afraid, You Are With The Lord, Pope Tells Kenyans
  147. South Africa: Rhino Poaching - 12 Kingpins Arrested
  148. South Africa: Prince Harry Kicks Off SA Tour
  149. South Africa: Court Overturns Ban in Domestic Rhino Trading
  150. Malawi: Women Challenge Rape Law in Constitutional Court
  151. Botswana: Hunger Heralds Climate Change's Arrival
  152. Nigeria: South Africa Threatens to Arrest Nigeria's Pastor Chris Oyakhilome
  153. South Africa: I Love You Daddy Singer Dies
  154. South Africa: Weak Rand Impact Finally Lifting Tourism
  155. Budget promotes FDI, savings
  156. IS THIS A RAW DEAL? • Fears grow that local punters are being ripped off
  157. President off to Paris
  158. Cold War revived
  159. Suspected poacher guns down 2 cops
  160. Licence to operate will ‘make or break’ miners
  161. ‘Zambia will not take over struggling mines’
  162. Germany to offer military aid against IS
  163. Unpacking depreciation of the rand
  164. Musicians for thanksgiving event
  165. Uganda Named One Of The 20 Most Beautiful Countries In The World
  166. Russia Signs Deal To Build Egypt’s First Nuclear Plant
  167. Cop Tried To Kill This Unarmed Man – But He Lived To Expose Him
  168. South African Students Want Doctor Who Developed Germs To Kill Africans Barred From T
  169. Chicago Just Fired An Investigator Who Refused To Cover-Up Illegal Police Shootings
  170. New Trend Among Police – Shoot Yourself And Blame A War On Cops
  171. A Planeload Of French Weapons And French Terrorism In Africa
  172. Nigeria: Terrorists Now Conceal Bombs in Attractive Objects, DHQ Warns
  173. Nigeria: Payment of N5,000 to Unemployed Nigerian Youth to Start 2016 - - Minister
  174. Egypt: Bombers Kill Election Judges, Police At North Sinai Hotel
  175. Tunisia: Govt Declares State of Emergency After Deadly Blast
  176. Ghana: Military Raid On NPP Office
  177. 17 Incredible Places In Jamaica You Need To Visit This Year
  178. 10 Wealth Building Tips From Africa’s Richest Man, Aliko Dangote
  179. Africa: Why Professors Are Afraid of Colonial Education Being Dismantled
  180. Mozambique: New Vaccine Against Polio Introduced
  181. South Africa: 16 Days of Activism - What's Faith Got to Do With It?
  182. Africa: South Africa Closes Home Affairs for Upgrades
  183. South Africa: Homo Naledi May Be 2 Million Years Old
  184. Zimbabwe: Drought, Revenue Drop to Weigh On Budget
  185. South Africa: South Africa Urged to Screen Emmy-Winning Marikana Film
  186. South Africa: Shooting Back - the Crisis of Police Killings
  187. Africa: Agenda of Pope Francis' Five-Day Visit to Africa
  188. Burundi: Nation Must Avoid Repeating the Mistakes of Arusha
  189. Africa: Pope Francis Received by President Kenyatta
  190. Tanzania: From Darkness to Light - How Miners Were Rescued After 41 Days
  191. What Cops Said About The Murder Of Laquan McDonald Before The Video Showed What Reall
  192. Algeria: Migrants Die in Fire Sparked By Electrical Fault At Algerian Camp
  193. Burkina Faso: Election Observers Preparing for 'Extraordinary' Polls
  194. Meet Lere Mgayiya The South African Man Who Made Millions Shining Shoes
  195. Nigeria: Fuel Scarcity Persists
  196. Gambia: Govt Bans Female Genital Mutilation
  197. Africa: Pope Francis Kicks Off Africa Tour With Peace Message
  198. Videos Show White Supremacists Threatening Black Protesters Before Shooting Spree
  199. Donald Trump’s Campaign Of White Resentment Comes To Life Before Our Eyes
  200. Egypt: British Airways, Easyjet Cancel Flights to Sharm El-Sheikh Until January 2016
  201. Nigeria: Nigerian Who Solved 156 Years Maths Puzzle Alleges Plot to Rubbish Findings
  202. Zimbabwe: Debate Over Mr Ugly 2015 Winner
  203. Debate over Mr Ugly 2015 winner
  204. Chinese firms seal $28m chrome deal
  205. ‘My time has come’
  206. Norman Masamba releases single
  207. ZETDC close to 106MW power supply contracts
  208. Top academic Chivaura dies
  209. Govt spells out private prosecution guidelines
  210. A tale of women and the pain of jealousy
  211. Downing of Russian jet riles Putin
  212. Spook House new hotspot
  213. Algeria: Military Court to Try Intelligence Official
  214. North Africa: Small Glimmers of Light in Bid to Stop Violence Against Women
  215. Egypt: At Least Six Including Judge Killed in North Sinai Attacks, Isis Affiliate Cla
  216. Egypt: Egypt Rejects UN Statements On Killing of Sudanese Nationals in Illegal Immigr
  217. Morocco: UN Body Calls for Release of Rachid Ghribi Laroussi
  218. Nigeria: Former Govt Officials Willingly Returning Stolen Funds - Buhari
  219. Nigeria: Authorities Begin Passenger Screening for Diseases at Abuja Airport
  220. Nigeria: New Ooni of Ife Crowned, Moves to Palace
  221. Nigeria: Legal Implications of Abubakar Audu's Death
  222. Burkina Faso: Nation Set for an Electoral Uprising?
  223. Sudan: Peace Talks Suspended After Aid Delivery Deadlock
  224. Somalia: Somali PM Fires Two Ministers
  225. Sudan: South Sudan Peace Deal Stalled
  226. Ethiopia: African Stories By Africans
  227. Sudan: Report - Sudan's Declining Oil Sector Remains Corrupt
  228. South Africa: Most South Africans Distrust Zuma - Survey
  229. South Africa: Drought Continues to Push Up Food Prices
  230. South Africa: Govt Funding Helps Eskom to Profit
  231. South Africa: Obesity - Why South Africans Need to Can Soft Drinks
  232. South Africa: Striking Workers Shut Down Parliament
  233. Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Endorsed for 2018 Elections
  234. Egyptian Army Massacre Five More African Refugees On Its Border
  235. Zimbabwe To Start Manufacturing Its Own Cars
  236. Believe It Or Not, Saudi Arabia Could Go BROKE In 5 Years!
  237. Meet Ayinde Alakoye The Young Media Mogul Who Changed Radio Forever
  238. What Went Wrong With The South Is What Went Wrong With America
  239. Disturbing Video Of Police Murdering Laquan McDonald About To Be Released
  240. 5 Shot At Minneapolis Black Lives Matter Protest, Police Searching For 3 White Terror
  241. Egypt: Final Egypt Vote Day Turnout Poor
  242. Egypt: Egypt's Stock Market Dips Amid Heavy Selling
  243. Algeria: Iranian Minister of Energy Underlines Importance of Algeria's Role in GECF
  244. Tunisia: Earth Tremor of 3.8 Magnitude in Sfax
  245. Algeria: Algeria-France Partnership - Algerian Market 'Very Promising'
  246. Nigeria: Buhari, Dangote, Adesina Make Africa's 100 Most Influential
  247. Mali: Security Tight As Bamako Mourns Terror Victims
  248. Nigeria: Fuel Crisis Continues As Supply Dwindles
  249. Nigeria: Minimum Wage Row - Governors Accused of Declaring War Against Workers
  250. Nigeria: Thousands Attend Audu's Burial