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• A Spanish flottila to call for Western Sahara independence from Morocco
• Rage over Saudi ban on Mecca pilgrimage for Moroccan women
• Ramadan and crime: What Algerian authorities tried to hide
• Wyclef Jean: Not so Haitian
• Wyclef Jean: "If I Was President"
• Guinea-Canada: Suspicious death of ex-Junta leader’s son
• Vive La France and French Speaking Africa!
• MobiCash: A new money transfer service for Moroccans
• One month without sex...
• Guinea elections: Enraged party to dispute results in court
• Madagascar: Bloody police and military mutiny attracts popular support
• Ceuta and Melilla revive Spanish-Moroccan dispute
• Africa foots the bill for illicit financial transfers
• DRC: Prostitutes claim their rights
• Niger’s new government changes course
• Ivory Coast at the threshold of a civil war?
• Sexuality: Artificial hymen, a Moroccan sore?
• The Princess and the Frog: More Green than Black
• Nigerian sectarian violence: Religion as a pretext
• Somalia: Suicide bomb attack kills 19 including gov’t ministers
• London: Beauty pageant, scam, disenchantment
• Guinea Stadium Massacre: Junta leader’s aide under suspicion
• Africa and South America: A new world order confirmed
• South Africa: Kidnapped, Raped and Stabbed for being gay...