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

South Africa’s battle against cowardice

U.S. offers help in Sudan and Congo

Somalia: Al-Shabab in ’the end of the aggressors’’ war

South Sudan: U.S. law weak amid LRA rebel attacks

Guinea-Bissau: A time for change

Nigeria: Arms cargo to epicenter of religious tension seized

Why we can’t be charitable to Blair

Sudan - Darfur: A confused withdrawal of aid workers

Tsvangirai and Zuma to lock horns over Zimbabwe GPA at SADC

Sudan: Imminent war between North and South?

Ethiopia: Eritrean group set to overthrow government

Uganda’s remote drought-affected Karamoja region gets U.S. help

Rwanda: Free press, post-genocide

Sudan: Oil threatens South’s independence

African Union summit ends with anti el-Shabab plan

Somalia: Africa unites against al-Shabab extremism

"Intervention will harm Iran’s democratic movement”

U.K. faces law suit over DR Congo resource-war

Uganda head lambasts Commonwealth and Commends China

Nigeria: Shell sells oil fields under pressure from militants?

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