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  1. Buyanga off the hook
  2. Crash pilot bail conditions relaxed
  3. Mbanje peddler jailed 18 months
  4. ‘Manicaland free to fire Mutasa’
  5. 21st Feb Movement fund-raising begins
  6. RG’s Office fights ID syndicates
  7. Chinese delegation arrives
  8. Kisinoti Mukwazhe denied German visa
  9. Fuel prices fall below recommended levels
  10. Fire destroys High Court guard room
  11. Libya: Factions Declare Ceasefire
  12. Libya: Geneva Talks End First Round
  13. Cape Verde/Tunisia: Rejuvenated Tunisians Join Afcon Favourites
  14. Tunisia: President Caid Essebsi Receives Special Envoy of Mauritanian President
  15. Tunisia: Abduction of Tunisian Journalists - Affair Nearing Conclusion, Says Abdelkab
  16. Burkina Faso/Gabon: Goalkeeper Shines as Gabon Stun Burkina Faso
  17. Liberia: Ex-Rebel Leader Arrested
  18. Niger: Four Die in Anti-Charlie Hebdo Protests
  19. Mali: Gunmen Attack UN Base
  20. Nigeria: Northern Leader Hits at Jonathan Over Baga
  21. Somalia: Prime Minister Dissolves Cabinet
  22. Sudan: 'Troops Killed Its Military Commander'
  23. Sudan: Prevent Anti-Charlie Hebdo Protest From Reaching French Embassy
  24. South Sudan: Govt Vows to Go Ahead With Elections Despite U.S Withholding Support
  25. Kenya: Five Homa Bay County MPs Skip Raila Rally, Some Opposed to Moses Kajwang Selec
  26. Mozambique: New Govt Appointed
  27. Zambia: Tight Race As Zambians Pick Successor
  28. Malawi: Floods Death Toll Rises
  29. Mozambique: Flood Alert in Zambézia
  30. Botswana: President Khama Pays Tribute to Late VP
  31. Zimbabwe: Axed VP to Challenge Mugabe
  32. Mozambique: Floods in Malawi, Mozambique Force Thousands to Flee
  33. Zimbabwe: Mutasa Booted Out of Zanu-PF
  34. The Hidden Story Of The Underground Railroad
  35. Chinese Combat Troops Start Deployment In South Sudan
  36. Chadians Rally For Army Move Against Boko Haram
  37. Libya: Peace Talks Resume as Parties Seek Political Settlement
  38. Libya: Libya May Become Another Somalia If U.N. Talks Push Fails - British Envoy
  39. Egypt: Canadian Al Jazeera Journalist to Be Freed 'Sooner Rather Than Later'
  40. Egypt: Car Bomb Explodes Outside Alexandria Police Station, No Injuries
  41. Algeria: 800 Tourist Projects Planned Under Five-Year Scheme 2014-2019
  42. Burkina Faso/Gabon: Burkinabe in the Running for Afcon Finalists
  43. Chad: Dramatic Evidence of Habré-Era Torture Emerges
  44. Africa: Ebola Outbreak 'Slowing Down'
  45. Gambia: Govt to Work With UN On Coup Investigation
  46. Africa: SA Lawyers Urge Nigeria, AU to Act Against Boko Haram
  47. East Africa: Eala Works in Accordance With the EAC Treaty and Rules of Procedures
  48. Burundi: More Tax On Mobile Calls, More Strategies
  49. Mauritius: Mauritius and India to Sign MoU in the Field of Cooperatives
  50. Mauritius: New Fishing Agreement With the Republic of Seychelles
  51. South Sudan: Cows and Conflict - South Sudan's "Slow Motion" Livestock Crisis
  52. Zambia/Congo-Kinshasa: Coach Grumbles As Surprise Football Champs Begin Afcon
  53. Malawi: Eyewitness - Malawi's Floods
  54. South Africa: Solving the Crime Problem - What South Africans Really Think
  55. South Africa: Campaign for Marikana Holiday - Report
  56. South Africa: E-Tolls Place Burden on the Poor, Premier Says
  57. South Africa: Lwandle's Forgotten Evictees
  58. Mozambique: Workers On Strike At Indian-Owned Coal Mine
  59. State-assisted funeral for Musanhu
  60. They were in Brazil, so they don’t care about Equatorial Guinea
  61. Why Dauda’s million dollar Euro move collapsed?
  62. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Water quality key, not just quantity
  63. Devon Chafa seals How Mine move
  64. How Malia Obama is shaping teen taste
  65. VP Mnangagwa’s wife eyes seat
  66. Can Zim roar Down Under?
  67. EasiPark workers in demo over commissions
  68. Eight-year-old releases single
  69. Why Getting Back The Port Of Assab Matters To Ethiopia
  70. Florida Police Dept Caught Using Mug Shots Of Black Men As Target Practice
  71. The U.S. Police Threat “Is Too High”
  72. Mauritania Anti-Slavery Verdict Sparks Riot
  73. Eritrean Man Stabbed To Death By Suspected Nazis In German City
  74. Jim Crow Law Against Hair Braiding In Texas Overturned
  75. Black America’s Political Muscle Goes Soft
  76. Rwanda: History Will Finally Catch Up With Genocidaires
  77. Libya: UN Envoy Says Talks Will 'Take Time' to End Fighting, Agree Political Settleme
  78. North Africa: Islamic Reformation, the Antidote to Terrorism
  79. Egypt: Mursi's Presidential Spokesman Acquitted of Hiding Former PM
  80. Algeria: Algeria, China Reiterate Support to People's Right to Self-Determination
  81. Algeria: Senegalese President Visits Oran
  82. Nigeria: Top U.S. Figure Calls for International Action On Nigeria
  83. Nigeria: Jonathan, Military Chiefs in Secret Visit to North
  84. Sierra Leone: Sexual Transmission of Ebola Threatens Progress
  85. Mali: Hero of Paris Attack to Get French Nationality
  86. West Africa: The IMF and Ebola - Why We Don't Have Any Good Answers
  87. Kenya: Confusion Surrounds Disappearance of Hague Witness
  88. South Sudan: South Sudan's Slow Liberation
  89. Kenya: The Tyranny of Kenya's Local Governance Structures
  90. Kenya: Police Claim Recovered Body Not ICC Witness
  91. Tanzania: Top Tanzanian Officials Charged in Escrow Scandal
  92. South Africa: Nation Faces More Widespread Power Cuts
  93. Africa: Newspaper Launches 'AfriLeaks'
  94. Zambia: Fuel Prices Slashed
  95. Southern Africa: The Impact of Stigma On Healthcare Workers Living With HIV
  96. South Africa: Defence Force to Send Troops to Flood-Striken Mozambique
  97. South Africa: Youth Policy Must Be 'By the Youth, for the Youth'
  98. South Africa: Cape Town Police Make R1 Million Drug Bust
  99. South Africa: E-Tolls Must Be Reviewed to Address Affordability - Report
  100. Nyusi sworn in as Mozambique’s president
  101. Zim crack team ready for Afcon duty
  102. Khaya Moyo breaks silence
  103. Govt raises duty on fuel
  104. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Mutasa hoist by own petard
  105. Refreshing retreat
  106. Sikandar Raza, Ervine happy
  107. Zim marginally misses gold target
  108. Mbira DzeNharira to sample new songs
  109. Celebrating our culture
  110. Freeing African Minds
  111. IBM Develops $2.5bn Super Computer For Kenya
  112. Nigeria To Grow At 4.6% In 2015
  113. Satellite Images Show Horrific Scale Of Terrorist Attack On Nigerian Town
  114. Smart Cities In A Smart Africa
  115. New York To Pay Brothers $17 Million For Wrongful Conviction
  116. Under UN Occupation Dictatorship Is Restored In Haiti
  117. Egypt: Human Rights Win as Men Cleared of 'Debauchery'
  118. Egypt: 16-Year-Old Held Incommunicado for Months
  119. West Africa: Two memorandum of understanding between Morocco and IDB for capacity bui
  120. Burkina Faso: IDB Group provides US$200 million to support roads, cotton industries,
  121. Egypt: State Confiscates Medical Charity Associations for Alleged Brotherhood Affilia
  122. Nigeria: Election Campaign Disconnected From Boko Haram Outrages
  123. Burkina Faso: Group Calls for Probe of Shooting of Protesters
  124. Nigeria: What Really Happened in Baga, Nigeria?
  125. Liberia: Ebola Triggers Tough Decisions On Pregnant Women
  126. Cote d'Ivoire: UN Envoy Urges Vigilance in Run-Up to Elections
  127. Uganda: Captured Rebel Chief to Face Charges at The Hague
  128. Congo-Kinshasa: UN Seeks to Minimize Risk to Civilians in Military Offensive
  129. Kenya: Teachers Strike Called Off
  130. Uganda: Uganda Reacts to Surrender of Top LRA Man
  131. Tanzania: Govt Bans Witch Doctors to Deter Albino Killings
  132. South Africa: The Cult of the Big Leader
  133. Malawi: Flights Diverted as Deadly Floods Worsen
  134. South Africa: About-Turn on Suspension of Anti-Corruption Cop
  135. Rwanda: FDLR - All Eyes On MONUSCO, DR Congo As Angola Summit Is Called Off
  136. Zimbabwe: Former VP Under Pressure to Form Party
  137. South Africa: Malema's EFF Party 'Using Disruption for Political Capital'
  138. Zambia: Winners From Zambia to Receive Young Leadership Award From Her Majesty the Qu
  139. South Africa: Expedition Imashi - Retracing the Footsteps of 7,000 Miners During the
  140. Health sector workers get bonuses
  141. Mumbengegwi consoles Donga, Dickey families
  142. Teachers in limbo
  143. Experts scoff at ex-minister’s court bid
  144. Mutasa faces expulsion
  145. Gvt cuts import duty on fuel
  146. Mujuru probe: Police raid GMB
  147. Mphoko in Mozambique
  148. Govt gazettes VPs appointments
  149. Crowhill: Bvute, Msipa bury the hatchet
  150. Work Begins On South Africa’s R84bn Smart City
  151. NYPD’s Work Stoppage Backfire: Arrest Rates Plummet At No Cost To Public Safety
  152. Las Vegas Cop Still On The Job Despite Advocating Race War
  153. 8 White People Who Pointed Guns At Police And Didn’t Get Shot
  154. French Colonial Tax Still Enforced In Africa
  155. Boko Haram Victims– 2,000 Black Lives Matter: Je Suis Nigeria Too
  156. South Africa Turns On Digital Classrooms
  157. West Africa: Libya the Key to Stopping Terror in the Sahel
  158. Egypt: Court Orders Retrial of Former President Mubarak
  159. Egypt: Kidnapped Officer Killed With Two Gunshots to the Head - Prosecution
  160. Egypt: Activist Banned From Traveling to Germany - Airport Sources
  161. Egypt: Elections Commission Sets Campaigning Regulations
  162. Nigeria: Obasanjo Insists President Has Failed the Nation
  163. Sierra Leone: Ebola in Sierra Leone - News From the Frontline
  164. Nigeria: Filling Up the War Chest - the Economy and the 2015 Elections
  165. Nigeria: Buhari Meets Obasanjo, Promises to Focus On Security, Economy, Corruption
  166. Tanzania: Armed Illegal Loggers Devastate Coastal Forest
  167. Burundi: UN Electoral Mission Prepared to Help Country in 'Decisive' Return to Peace
  168. Kenya: Student Jailed for Insulting President On Social Media
  169. Kenya: Bid to Have LSK Chair Mutua Out
  170. Kenya: HIV+ Mothers Enlisted As Mentors in Campaign
  171. South Africa: Freedom Fatally Undermined By Crises of Poverty, Unemployment and Inequ
  172. Zimbabwe: Faction Linked to Fired VP Fights Back
  173. South Africa: 60 Percent of Sex Workers HIV Positive
  174. Somalia: A Man of Good Hope - Review
  175. South Africa: Female Journalists - Dealing With Harassment Is Part of the Job
  176. South Africa: Everything You Need to Know About Boko Haram and That Attack
  177. Angola: Journalist Banned From Practicing in Cunene Province
  178. Zimbabwe: Court Stops Grace Mugabe Evictions
  179. Fuel traders start slashing prices
  180. EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zimsec’s focus on integrity progressive
  181. Dauda eyes Euro move
  182. Zhakata reveals gospel plans
  183. PO Box TV takes comedy to new heights
  184. Grabowski slams negativity
  185. Standards firm to start ops in Q1
  186. Mutasa lets cat out of the bag
  187. Maphepha angles for Bosso chairmanship
  188. Zanu-PF okays ethanol project
  189. Egypt: Why Egypt Must Let the Al Jazeera Three Go
  190. Kenya: Kuria's Pardon Raises Query On Hate Speech
  191. Morocco: Spain's Moroccan Enclave - the Story Behind the Picture
  192. North Africa: Paris Attacks May Distort Western Policy Focus
  193. North Africa: Doubling Down On Dictatorship in the Middle East
  194. Tunisia: Flaws in Military Trials for Uprising Killings
  195. Egypt: 137 Egyptian Fisherman Arrive in Egypt From Libya
  196. Nigeria: Je Suis Nigeria
  197. Nigeria: UN Chief Condemns 'Depraved Act' of Using Child Bombers
  198. Nigeria: Baga As Turning Point for the Army
  199. Nigeria: Election Body Wants Protection From Boko Haram
  200. Nigeria: Europe Condemns Boko Haram
  201. Burundi: Violence Sparks Alarm Ahead of Polls
  202. Congo-Kinshasa: Do S. Africa, Tanzania & Malawi Lack Will to Pursue Rebels?
  203. Kenya: Maasai Pastoralists Bottle Biogas
  204. Uganda: 'My Children Will Not Starve While I Have My Body to Sell'
  205. Rwanda: We Can Still Do More to Curb Exam Malpractices
  206. Mozambique: Scores Die From Poisoned Beer
  207. Zambia: Will Zambia Become a Mature Demoracy?
  208. Mozambique: Traditional Drink Poisons Dozens
  209. Zambia: Regional Observers Set to Monitor Polls
  210. Malawi: Former President in Self-Imposed Exile
  211. Mozambique: Assembly Meets, Renamo Boycotts
  212. South Africa: SA Condemns Boko Haram Attacks in Nigeria
  213. ‘I don’t adopt teams’
  214. Zinara, Harare City in $4,1m project to fix roads
  215. Zimsec to introduce electronic seals
  216. Chidyausiku slams judges
  217. Zim deploys security team for Afcon
  218. Court bars Manzou Farm evictions
  219. 11 perish in Botswana crash
  220. Parents in last-minute back-to-school shopping
  221. Poison-laced saga: Maid recovers, still hospitalised
  222. Chidyausiku rallies judges, magistrates
  223. Baga Massacre Must Become A Turning Point For The Nigerian Army
  224. ‘Queens Of Africa’ Dolls Outsell Barbie In Nigeria
  225. Ugly Five Safari: Tracking Africa’s Ugliest Animals In Botswana
  226. Chinese TV Presents A Biography Of Haile Selassie
  227. Egypt The Bad Bully Rejects Ethiopia Dam Storage Capacity
  228. Inside The U.S.A.: Ferguson Reexamined
  229. We Must Help Our Own Black Children
  230. Tunisia: Abu Hamza Jailed for Life
  231. North Africa: Maghreb Condemns Charlie Hebdo Attack
  232. North Africa: Arab Media Called to Counter-Terror Fight
  233. Zimbabwe: Bond Coins - RBZ Engages Kombi Operators
  234. Egypt: Civil Society May Apply for Monitoring Elections Starting Monday - SEC
  235. Egypt: Court to Decide On Listing Islamist Groups As Terrorist Organisations On Feb 2
  236. Ethiopia: Conveying a Wrong Signal On the Limits of Sovereign Entitlements?
  237. Egypt: Building Used to Monitor Militants in Sinai Bombed - Source
  238. Egypt: Sisi Lauds Role of Egypt's Judges
  239. Nigeria: Terrorists Use Girl, 10, as Bomber, Killing 19
  240. Nigeria: Troops Foil Boko Haram Attack on State Capital
  241. Nigeria: Thousands of Nigerians Flee Insurgency
  242. Nigeria: Nigerian Troops Repel Fresh Boko Haram Attack Near Mubi
  243. Ghana: Ethiopian Airline's Cargo Skids Off Runway
  244. Kenya: Unknown Gunmen Kill Church Official in Mombasa
  245. Kenya: Hague Prosecutor Says Dead Witness Was Corrupt
  246. Sudan: Rebels Call for Election Delay
  247. Kenya: Kenya, China Partnership to Focus On Industrialisation
  248. Mozambique: Opposition Leader Threatens to 'Divide' Nation
  249. South Africa: Zuma Condemns Corruption
  250. Zimbabwe: Villagers Challenge Evictions in Court