A journalist from Somalia’s private radio station Radio Shabelle receieved serious wounds on Sunday by unidentified gunmen as he left a mosque after evening prayers.

Libya threatened by the Somalia Syndrome

Ivory Coast: Restoration of democracy by force

Libya: Uganda offers Muammar Gaddafi refuge

Sudan: Darfur renews tensions between north and south Sudan

Pro-Gaddafi Africans protest as Coalition forces gain momentum

Of Western hypocrisy, Obdurate tyrants and Changing times

Sudan: U.N. and U.S. step up effort on Sudan referendum

Zimbabwe: Security forces draw swords over shot officers

Somalia: Islamist militia takes over Horn Afrik and GBC radios

U.S. "not choosing sides" in Sudan’s "make or break" period

Ethiopia: Nowhere to hide for insurgent forces

Egypt: Middle East peace talks useless?

September 11, Terry Jones and the Koran

Sudan: Shamed Ugandan traditional healers seek compensation

Sudan: North guilty of using LRA rebels to destabilize south?

Nigeria: Extreme Islamists preparing to strike again?

Rwanda Peacekeeping: Goodwill or Blackmail?

Planned Quran-burning could endanger troops

Egypt President Hosni Mubarak warns of Iran

Darfur - south Sudan: Confusion over conflict resolution approach

Uganda wants support against al-Shabab as soldiers’remains arrive

Western Sahara: Morocco to be sent to court by injured Spanish activists

Somalia: Ethiopia troops move in as AU-Shabab conflict intensifies

Hilary Clinton condemns mass rapes in DRC

Al Qaeda in Yemen

New genocide report may rock the Rwandan government

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