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  1. Bosso find their touch
  2. Wadyajena sues Daily News
  3. Local production key to growth
  4. ‘I Was Supposed To Be Dead’, Says Young Man After Being Shot In The Face By Brazil’s
  5. French Soldiers Sexually Abused Children In Central African Republic
  6. Zimbabwe: Western Donors Pressure Opposition To Join Forces Against Mugabe
  7. Israeli Teacher Suspended For Telling Ethiopian Jewish Student To ‘Go Back To Ethiopi
  8. Ebola End In Sight As Weekly Infections Drop To Single Figures
  9. US: The Rise Of The African American Police State
  10. Africa Needs $835 Billion To Fix Power Deficit
  11. Liberia: 'AFL Is Prepared to Replace Unmil,' Says Asst. Minister
  12. Burundi: Ex-Leader Criticizes Nkurunziza's Third Term Bid
  13. Malawi: VP Faces Arrest Over Cashgate Corruption Scandal
  14. Tunisia: 'Netanyahu's Statements Are Not Innocent' - Interior Minister
  15. Algeria: Al-Thani - We Very Much Rely On Algeria's Major Role in Solving Libyan Crisi
  16. Tunisia: Dozens Feared Dead As Boat Sinks in Mediterranean
  17. Egypt: Ahly Sack Spanish Coach After CAF Defeat
  18. Tunisia: Tunisian Jews Committed to Success of El Ghriba Pilgrimage - Roger Bismuth
  19. Nigeria: Seventy Feared Killed in Taraba State
  20. Guinea: How Serious Are Guinea Protests?
  21. Nigeria: Many Freed Girls Malnourished or Pregnant
  22. Nigeria: How Important Is Biosafety Law to Nigeria's Economy?
  23. Liberia: Measles Kills 11 Kids in Gbarpolu
  24. Burundi: Top Judge Flees Burundi As Death Toll Rises
  25. Somalia: Kerry Makes Historic Trip to Somalia
  26. Burundi: Court Rules in Favour of President's Third Term
  27. Somalia: Govt Bans Media From Using 'Al-Shabaab'
  28. Kenya: High Court Blasted Over Ruling on Gays
  29. Malawi: Govt U-Turns on New Presidential Jet
  30. South Africa: Zwelithini's Lice Comment Only Deflects Attention for Parasitic Royal H
  31. Angola: Sound Vision and Political Will are Essential for the Transformation of Afric
  32. South Africa: UCT and Transformation Part Four - the Academic Staff
  33. South Africa: South African Group Helps Nepal Relief Efforts
  34. South Africa: Wits SRC President Found Guilty by 'Kangaroo Court'
  35. South Africa: Bedridden 87-Year-Old and Eight Siblings Share One Mud Room
  36. Ruling on poll row tomorrow
  37. Fall in petrol price looms
  38. Telecel Zim externalises dispute
  39. Government opens probe into health fund abuse
  40. Govt urged to ban raw exports
  41. Broke council to lay-off 140
  42. Govt pays out $5,5m for wheat deliveries
  43. 214 pregnant girls rescued from Boko Haram
  44. High Court orders protesters off Mliswa’s farm
  45. Magacha loses $10 000 equipment
  46. Dumb Decision: Senegal To Send Troops To Join Saudi War In Yemen
  47. A Lesson In Ethiopia’s Architectural Heritage
  48. Baltimore Teen Who Smashed Police Car Faces Life In Jail
  49. Thomas Jefferson’s Home Unveils Rebuilt Slave Quarters “To Tell Fuller Tale Of Past”
  50. Freddie Gray Murder: Second Man In Baltimore Police Van Comes Forward
  51. “No Room” For Gays In Kenya, Says Deputy President
  52. Israel’s Long History Of Racism: What Exactly Are Ethiopian Israelis Protesting?
  53. Africa: Video of Police Beating Black Soldier Sparks Protests By Israel's Ethiopian J
  54. Burundi: Top Judge, MP Flee to Rwanda
  55. Zimbabwe: Donors Pressure Tsvangirai to Join Mujuru As Deputy
  56. North Africa: Thousands Rescued Off Libyan Coast
  57. Egypt: Two Foreign Companies Will Help Egypt Face Summer Energy Crisis
  58. Egypt: Urgent Appeal - More Cases of Enforced Disappearances Including a 16-Year-Old
  59. Africa: The European Union's Cooperation with Africa on Migration
  60. Africa: Bill Clinton Tours Africa As Donation Foundation Scandal Bites Hillary
  61. Mali: Ceasefire Breaches Threaten Mali Peace
  62. Sierra Leone: Education Falls Prey to Ebola in Sierra Leone
  63. Liberia: U.S. Ebola Unit Closed
  64. Nigeria: Boko Haram Stoned Girls to Death - Survivors
  65. Africa: More on the Mafia and Africa
  66. Kenya: U.S. Pledges Funds for Refugees, Says Dadaab Should Remain Open
  67. Africa: A Better Way to Find Children with Disabilities
  68. Burundi: Anti-Govt Protesters Return to Streets After Truce Ends
  69. Uganda: Starting a Company At Age 14? No Sweat!
  70. Uganda: Museveni Offers Opponent a Deal
  71. Mozambique: More Than 2,000 Maputo Vehicles Run On Natural Gas
  72. Africa: Can Project Biro Help Africa Overcome Its Maritime Security Challenges?
  73. South Africa: South Africa's Biggest Hospital in Shambles
  74. Mozambique: Dhlakama Issues Ultimatum
  75. South Africa: An Employment Contract That Violates Human Rights
  76. South Africa: Husband to Remain in Custody for Teacher's Murder
  77. South Africa: Govt Dragged to Court Over Xenophobic Attacks
  78. Headmen linked to Mliswa snub police
  79. Pay up or face the music, Mic Inity warned
  80. Ex-minister Shamu loses $30k in fuel scam
  81. Govt defends Telecel decision
  82. Nkomo family speaks out
  83. ‘Diamond merger costly’
  84. Aspiring candidate takes case to court
  85. Parents against levies on suppliers
  86. Indian doctors arrive for ‘rotary project’
  87. PSMAS members to pay
  88. Hypocritical, Self Righteous America
  89. Police Officer Shot In The Face In Queens, New York
  90. Israel: Ethiopian Jews Clash With Police At Anti-Racism Rally
  91. Promoting Black Entrepreneurship In Baltimore
  92. Police Murder In Baltimore
  93. China To Invest $26bn In Equatorial Guinea
  94. Hidden Cam Catches NYPD Cops Arresting Man For No Reason, Making Up Purpose For Stopp
  95. Egypt: Army Kills Dozens of Militants
  96. Egypt: Sisi Invited to Attend Bashir Inauguration Ceremony
  97. Tunisia: Civil Society Warns Against Attempts to Control Media - Statements
  98. Tunisia: CAF Cup - Es Sahel Qualify for Eighth Final 2 After Win Over Young Africans
  99. Egypt: Shoukry Congratulates New Saudi FM On Post
  100. Togo: Court Confirms Gnassingbe Winner of Disputed Poll
  101. Liberia: Postwar Constitution Review - a Tale of Mistrust and Uncertainty
  102. West Africa: Why Disease Epidemics Need Input From Anthropology
  103. Nigeria: Soldiers Accused of Killing 'Many' Civilians
  104. Mali: Security Council Demands End to Hostilities, Urges Parties to Abide By Ceasefir
  105. Burundi: Govt Promises Crackdown After Grenade Attacks
  106. Kenya: Athletics Team Crashes Out
  107. Burundi: Govt Gags Independent Media Amid Protests
  108. Kenya: Those Opposed to My Appointment By Uhuru Are Just Jealous, Says Kalembe Ndile
  109. Kenya: Kerry Visit Marks Re-Birth of U.S - Kenya Relations
  110. Zimbabwe: Violence Erupts Ahead of By-Election
  111. South Africa: Will One in Three Women in SA Be Raped?
  112. Malawi: Govt Blasted Over Plans to Acquire New Presidential Jet
  113. Zimbabwe: Opposition Warned Against Inciting Violence
  114. Zimbabwe: Telecel Closure Blow to Economy
  115. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai Leaves for Germany
  116. South Africa: Zuma Dances to Zwelithini's Tune
  117. Zimbabwe: Magaya Urges Zimbabweans to Be Patient With Zanu-PF
  118. Married woman seeks maintenance from lover
  119. Man jailed for raping daughter
  120. Tout fined for assault over kombi loading fee
  121. Injured passengers sue ZUPCO
  122. Fists fly at village court
  123. Nurses strike: Referrals banned
  124. Land applications go online
  125. Govt speaks on Kalanga storm
  126. Chimene takes Mutasa farm
  127. Worst loss in 10 yrs
  128. Nigeria: Chief Imam of National Mosque, Abuja Is Dead
  129. Burundi: Alarmed By Burundi Media Curbs, UN Human Rights Office Reiterates Call for F
  130. Ethiopia: Amid Spike in Arrivals, Number South Sudanese Refugees in Ethiopia Passes 2
  131. Egypt: Sisi Makes Short Visit to Saudi Arabia
  132. Egypt: UN Middle East Peace Envoy Arrives in Cairo On First Visit
  133. Morocco: Penalty Heartache for Raja As Holders Setif Go Through
  134. Tunisia: Blatant Decrease of State's Resources Due to Tax Evasion, UGTT Says
  135. Tunisia: Social Negotiations Related to Smag and Smig to Start Shortly - Habib Essid
  136. Nigeria: Any Hope for Nigerian Students Under Buhari?
  137. West Africa: Managing Rumours and Misinformation in West Africa
  138. Nigeria: 2015 Polls - We're Still Compiling List of Offences for Prosecution - INEC
  139. Nigeria: PDP in Crisis - Party Blames Jonathan's Aides for President's Election Defea
  140. Burundi: Burundi Vows Crackdown After Grenade Attack
  141. Kenya: Unsafe Abortions Continue to Plague Kenya
  142. Kenya: Pastoralist Women Turn to Wrangling New Herds - of Pawpaws
  143. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Urges Ruling Party to Change Position on Municipalities
  144. Zimbabwe: Zuma, Khama Corner Mugabe
  145. Malawi: Cashgate an Embarrassment to Malawi - Gondwe
  146. Zimbabwe: Workers Blast Tsvangirai
  147. Zimbabwe: Khaya Scared to Respond to Mugabe's Kalanga Jibe
  148. Malawi: Mzuzu Residents Want City Constituency Split
  149. South Africa: Police Net 27 Repatriated Malawians for 'Going Back' to South Africa
  150. Malawi: Government Reviews Social Cash Transfer Allocations
  151. French Soldiers Under Probe For Raping African Children
  152. Finally, A Fair State Attorney – The Gantt Report
  153. Reflections On Brazilian Racism: The Return Of The Ghosts That Were Never There
  154. Transport, Mining Draw Machinery Makers To East Africa
  155. Nine Soldiers Killed In Mali Rebel Attack
  156. Nigeria: Nigeria Frees More Children and Women From Boko Haram
  157. Burundi: Burundi Policemen Killed in Grenade Attack
  158. Somalia: Somalia Journalist and Wife Shot Dead
  159. Burundi: 'Hundreds Arrested' in Burundi Amid Political Unrest
  160. Libya: Journalists Reported Murdered
  161. Libya: Draft Political Deal for Parties Is 'Work in Progress'
  162. Morocco: To the Polisario - Morocco Is Waiting
  163. Morocco: What Is Morocco's Strategy for Developing a Skilled Workforce?
  164. Western Sahara: Moroccan Forces Intervene Violently Against Saharawi Citizens in Occu
  165. Liberia: U.S. Decommissions Ebola Facility
  166. Nigeria: What Next for Election Losers?
  167. Senegal: Migrants Leaving in Thousands
  168. Cameroon: Gov't Aims to Boost Reliance On Renewable Energy
  169. Nigeria: We'll Wipe Out Boko Haram Before Handover - Jonathan
  170. Burundi: Protesters Shot in New Clashes in Burundi
  171. Africa: Facebook Posts Sell West As 'Paradise On Earth'
  172. Sudan: Abductions By Security Forces, Militiamen in Darfur
  173. Central Africa: Rebel Leader's Arrest a Shot in the Arm for Justice
  174. Burundi: Police Clamp Down on Radio Stations
  175. Zimbabwe: Sanctions Case to Cost Zim U.S. $10 Million
  176. South Africa: Is South Africa Taking Xenophobia Seriously?
  177. South Africa: High-Profile Attorney to Represent New Suspect in Slain Teacher's Case
  178. Zimbabwe: Editorial Comment - Workers' Unions Must Be a United Lot
  179. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Cannot Rig Economic Recovery
  180. South Africa: Presidency Notes Report By Institute of Race Relations
  181. South Africa: The Rebellion of the Poor
  182. Swaziland: Swazi Police Restrict May Day Rally
  183. Statues, foreigners loathed alike in SA
  184. Five days down one to go
  185. ‘Don’t overrate Joice Mujuru’
  186. Peter’s old boys club
  187. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Competitiveness key for growth
  188. Funeral parade for Tapfumaneyi
  189. The Interview: ‘There’s no room for division in Zanu-PF’
  190. No law for salary freeze — arbitrator
  191. 6 cops charged with murder over Baltimore death
  192. Whither Workers’ Day?
  193. Kenya’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Thrives Despite Terror Attacks
  194. Ethiopian Israelis Protests Against Police Beating And Racism
  195. Did Baltimore Police Arrest Freddie Gray As A Ruse After Mortally Injuring Him?
  196. Six Baltimore Police Officers Face Murder Charge, In Freddie Gray’s Death
  197. Ethiopia To House East Africa’s Tallest Building
  198. 230 Boko Haram Terrorists Killed In Weekend Battle
  199. UN Report: French Soldiers Raped African Children
  200. Ethiopia: The Man Smuggling Ethiopians to Europe
  201. Libya: Chourabi and Ktari Case - Delegation Led By Consul-General in Tripoli to Go to
  202. Egypt: Sisi Meets Spanish Economic Minister in Madrid
  203. Tunisia: German President Meets With Members of Truth and Dignity Commission
  204. Algeria: Army Arrests 24 African Illegal Immigrants, Five Smugglers in South of Count
  205. Mali: 'Guerrilla Gardening' Takes Root in Mali
  206. Africa: Reimagining Africa: Giving Birth to the Africa We Want
  207. Africa: Plan Senegal Emergent Profiled for Investors & Policymakers
  208. Nigeria: Hearing Impaired Adolescents Excluded From Sexual Health Education
  209. Nigeria: 'Chibok Girls Not Among Group Rescued From Sambisa Forest'
  210. Kenya: Govt Backpedals On Closure of Somali Refugee Camp
  211. Burundi: Social Media Sites Blocked
  212. Sudan: After the Elections, Time for New Ideas
  213. Burundi: Court to Examine President's Third-Term Bid
  214. South Africa: Court Grants Man Right to Assisted Death
  215. Zimbabwe: Mugabe Urges Migrants in South Africa to Return Home
  216. Zimbabwe: Violence Breaks Out Ahead of By-Elections
  217. South Africa: Data Journalism/A New Set of Tools
  218. Southern Africa: Zuma Briefs SADC Summit on Measures to Deal With Xenophobia
  219. South Africa: More Toilets Will Save South Africa Money
  220. Malawi: Thieves Terrorise Supreme Court Judge Mwaungulu, Owner Prays for Them
  221. Southern Africa: Xenophobic Attacks Not on Official SADC Agenda
  222. Search for beauty at UZ
  223. Dr Tawanda comes home
  224. Musicians celebrate May Day
  225. Beitbridge hosts Chibuku Neshamwari
  226. Mbira night promises fireworks
  227. ‘My Right is My Weapon’ on today
  228. Intellectual property rights in visual art
  229. Gospel album launch in Uzumba
  230. Red Cup party on tonight
  231. Zimbabwe College of Music in exciting show
  232. Xenophobia – International Criminal Court To Probe Zuma, Zulu King
  233. Baltimore Police Kidnap Community Organizer On Live Television
  234. The Genocide Continues: Terrance Kellom Gunned Down By ICE Agent
  235. UN Report Accuses French Soldiers Of Raping African Children In CAR
  236. Denel Africa’s Largest Defense Contractor Considers Restarting Attack Helicopter Prog
  237. 11 Stupid Reasons White People Have Rioted
  238. Africa: Refugees in Libya Face Despair From All Sides
  239. Egypt: Court to Rule On Mubarak and Sons for Embezzlement On May 9
  240. Western Sahara: Security Council Extends UN Western Sahara Mission Through April 2016
  241. Egypt: Court Sentences 71 to Life in Prison Over Kerdasa Violence - State Agency
  242. Algeria: Polisario Front Takes Note of Security Council Resolution On Western Sahara
  243. Gambia: Youth Flee Bleak Future At Home
  244. Liberia: Health Facilities Re-open Nationwide As Ebola Wanes
  245. West Africa: A Year On, Guineans Finally Lay Ebola Souls to Rest
  246. Togo: Opposition Cries Foul After Gnassingbé Presidential Victory
  247. Nigeria: Military Rescues 200 Girls From Sambisa Forest
  248. Kenya: 9 Dead in Narok Flash Floods, Rescue Effort Continues
  249. Kenya: Security Enhanced in Nairobi After Intelligence Warning
  250. Sudan: Cooking Gas and Bread Crisis Widens