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- Eritrea-Ethiopia peace lesson to the world.
- Don't fan flames of hatred in Cameroon.
- Where do war crimes come from? While tribunals such as the International Criminal Court seek to punish those accused of war crimes, little is being done to discover how individuals ended up committing such heinous acts in the first place.
- Africa celebrates another Nobel laureate.
- Business leaders take on healthcare in Africa.
- Rwandan to head global Francophonie group?
- Health is key to economic gains--Bill & Melinda Gates.
- Stop the thieves at Jo'burg airport.
- Lagos, Dakar, Kampala top tourist cities.
- Who are the people of Libya? 'As with the Christian religion, the worst advertisement for socialism is its adherents' - George Orwell (aka Eric Arthur Blair).
- Liberia prepares for elections: Liberians are readying themselves for elections in October. After the recent nationwide voter-registration exercise, the country's politicians are positioning themselves for the hard campaign ahead. Jim Dargbo reports from Monrovia.
- Woman power what people say.
- Nobody beats Interplast: from a small operation in Ghana in 19/1, Interplast Ltd has now grown into a multinational operation; providing high-density polyethylene products to Ghana and 20 other African countries.
- NATO's bombing of Libya is illegal.
- Has CAF become a secret cult?
- Al Gathafi and the others.
- Nollywood pulls in the dollars.
- Will Africa scale up to 21st century needs?
- Forgetting Obote: Uganda's first president, Milton Obote died five years ago in Zambia. But he is almost forgotten by the world because his native country, under President Yoweri Museveni, wants it so, reports Tom Oniro from Kampala.