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1 Killed In Protests In South Africa Against Gov't
105 Die In Fighting Between S. Sudan Army, Rebels
11 Dead In Nigeria Election Rally Stampede
11 Dead In Nigeria Election Rally Stampede
211 Killed: S.Sudan Says Khartoum Arming Rebels
3 Theft Suspects Arrested In Vandenbroucke Case
30 Soldiers Die In North Sudan Army Fighting
300 Seek Shelter With UN In Sudan After 3 Killed
6 Dead In Religious Violence In Central Nigeria
9-passenger Company Plane Crashes In South Africa
A Look At Key Suspects In Rwanda's Genocide
Aides Say Madagascar's Exiled President To Return
Algeria PM: State Of Emergency Gone By Month's End
Algeria Warns Opposition Against Banned Protest
Algeria's 1992 State Of Emergency To Be Lifted
Algeria's President Promises To Lift State Of Emergency In 'very Near Future'
Anti-government Protests, Clashes Spread To Libya
AP IMPACT: New Proof Of Ivory Coast Vote Killings
AU Mediators In Abidjan For Last-ditch Talks
Blasts Rock Tanzania After Military Base Accident
Botswana Politician Defends Anti-gay Comments
Cameroon Sends Top Official To Free 13 Hostages
Cameroonian Officials: Hostages Taken To Nigeria
China Vows More Economic Support For Zimbabwe
Chinese Language Class Starts In Liberia's Capital
Congo And Angola Officials To Suspend Deportations
Congo Forest Protector Shares Alternative Nobel
Defection Reveals Foreigners' Role In Somali War
ECOWAS Criticizes SAfrica Warship Off West Africa
EU Extends Restrictions On Zimbabwe's Mugabe
Fighting In Tense North-south Sudan Region Kills 9
Fire Breaks Out At Ivory Coast Finance Ministry
Foreign-run Stalls Trashed In Zimbabwe Market
Former Nigeria Anti-graft Czar Starts Campaign
Gabon Court Upholds Bongo's Victory After Protest
Group Condemns Guinea Shootings, Madagascar Coup
Group: Civilians Under Attack In Northern Congo
Guinea Signs $7B Mining Deal With Chinese Firm
Head Of Algerian Human Rights Group Says 400 Arrested During Pro-reform Protest In Algiers
Head Of Algerian Human Rights Group Says 400 Arrested During Reform Protest In Algiers
Hundreds Demand Libyan Government's Ouster In First Sign Region's Unrest Has Spread To Nation
Incumbent Ivory Coast Leader Sues Regional Bloc
Iran Didn't Breach UN Ban, Envoy To Nigeria Says
Kenyan Police Accused Of Extrajudicial Killings
Kenyans Celebrate As Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Mali Opposition Party Demands Land Lease Details
Man Arrested For Facebook Slur On Nigeria Governor
Mandela Son-in-law Won't Be Extradited To US
Mandela's Health OK, South Africa President Says
Market Violence In Central Nigeria Kills 3
Mauritania Al-Qaida Suspects Denounce Bomb Attempt
Mauritania Forces Search, Attack Al-Qaida Suspects
Mauritanian Army Arrests Al-Qaida Suspect
Mauritanian Authorities Foil Terror Attack Attempt
Millions Of Dollars Seized, 4 Arrested In Congo
Monaco Princess-to-be Swims For Charity In SAfrica
Morgue Records Shown To AP In Ivory Coast Provide New Proof Of Mass Killings After Election
Mozambique: 50 Illegal Migrants Die In A Shipwreck
Muslim Sect In Nigeria Demands Troop Withdrawal
Nearly 55 Million Registered In Nigeria Vote Drive
Nestle Stops Buying Mugabe Farm Milk
New Pro-reform Rally In Algeria Called For Feb. 19
New Split Blights Fragile Zimbabwe Coalition
Niger Says Longtime Opposition Figure Leads Polls
Nigeria Muslim Sect Claims Candidate Assassination
Nigeria Oil Tanker Truck Explosion Kills 14
Nigerian Embassy Lawyer Held For Embezzlement
Nigerian Incumbent Kicks Off Presidential Campaign
Nigerian Officials Arrest 2 Human Traffickers
Official: More Than 63M Nigerians Register To Vote
Pirates Attempt To Board Tanker Off Nigeria
Police Arrest Suspect In Ugandan Activist Killing
Police Halt Protest In Malawi Over Fuel Shortages
Police Oppose Bail For S. African Murder Suspect
Police: Church Attack Foiled In Northern Nigeria
Pro-democracy Group Vows To March Despite Ban
Probe By Tunisian Women's Group Reveals Abuses
Problems Surface For Voter Roll Check In Nigeria
Rebels Blamed After 11 Slain In Eastern Congo
Report: 2 Million Babies And Mothers Die At Birth
Report: Chad's Army, Rebels Recruit Child Soldiers
Report: Italian Tourist Abducted In Algeria
Report: Zimbabwe Coalition Failing To End Violence
Residents Report Attack On Congolese Airport
Rights Body Calls For Probe In Uganda Riot Deaths
Rwanda Jails Opposition Leader, Fines 3 Others
S. African Police Arrest 5 Unqualified Doctors
S. Africans Rally To Support Egypt Protesters
S. Sudan Makes Preparations For Next World Capital
S.Africa Officials Say 4 Suspected Poachers Killed
S.African Police Arrest Man On Terror Charges
SAfrica Police Kill Woman In Car Thought Stolen
SAfrica Rangers Kill More Poachers This Year
SAfrican Son Accused Of Ordering Mom's Killing
Serengeti Road Will Impact Migration: Leaked Study
Six Soldiers Killed In Senegal's Casamance Region
Somali Gov't Soldiers Kill 4 Civilians At Rally
Somali Gov't: Parliament Extension To Avert Vacuum
Somali Islamists Carry Out Amputations On 3 Men
Somali Islamists Threaten To Attack Kenya
Somali Minister For Defense Kidnapped In Uganda
Somali Parliament Extends Term For 3 Years
Somali Pirates Hijack Ship With 23 Crew Members
South Africa Announces New Secret Service Chief
South Africa Protests Enter 3rd Day; Man Killed
South African Appears In Court On Terror Charges
Southern Sudan Army Says Clash With Rebel Faction Kills Nearly 140 People, Mostly Civilians
Southern Sudan Gov't Minister Killed In Dispute
Southern Sudan Political Leader Blames Khartoum For Arming Rebels; Death Toll Rises To 197
Southern Sudan Welcomes US Electricity Project
Strongman Wins Central African Republic Election
Sudan Army Denies Claim It Armed Southern Rebels
Thousands Demand Reforms In Algeria; 400 Arrested
Thousands Seeking Refuge Near Cape Of Good Hope
Trial Over Iranian Arms Seizure In Nigeria Starts
Tunisia Extends State Of Emergency, Lifts Curfew
Tunisia Lifts Curfew, Extends State Of Emergency
Tunisia's Interior Minister Suspends All Activity Of Former Ruling Party Amid Growing Tensions
Tunisia's Interior Ministry Ends Curfew Imposed Amid Deadly Protests That Ousted President
Tunisian Minister Resigns From Transitional Govt
Tunisian Minister Suspends Ex-ruling Party
Tunisian Minister Suspends Ex-ruling Party
Tunisian News Agency: Police Chief In Northwestern Town Opens Fire On Crowd, Kills At Least 4
Tunisians Vote With Their Feet, Flee The Country
Uganda Opposition Leader Warns Of Public Protests
Uganda Opposition Threatens Egypt-style Protests
Uganda President: No Egypt-like Revolt During Vote
Uganda Wants $5m For Arrest Of Genocide Suspect
UN Radio Ordered Off The Air In Ivory Coast
US Aid Deal For Malawi Delayed
US Criticizes Somali Legislators' Extension Vote
US Diplomat Calls African Dictator A Good Guy
US Urges S. Sudan To Become Multiparty State
Violence Flares In Zimbabwe's Capital; 3 Hurt
WikiLeaks: Nigeria Stymied Corruption Case
Working Class Hero Lula Says Capitalism Is Dead
World Social Forum Kicks Off In Senegal
Zambians Wear Black In Protest Against Corruption
Zimbabwe Auctions Controversy-Plagued Diamonds
Zimbabwe Demonstrators Mob Aid Project Handover
Zimbabwe PM Drivers Jailed For Having Cop Beacons
Zimbabwe Protesters Call For Reform
Zimbabwe's Main Party: Opposition Started Violence