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Topic: G. Pascal Zachary
An argument for further dividing Africa
To save African wildlife, allow it to be hunted
Africa is becoming a test lab for mobile phone development
Should Ivory Coast nationalize its cocoa industry?
South Sudan's leader, channeling Mandela, calls for forgiveness for north
OPINION: US offer of asylum for Ivory Coast's Gbabgo reveals outdated foreign policy
Concerns about Ivory Coast election prompt unexpectedly strong foreign response
Although film is on the rise in Africa, music still holds its own
The ICC trial won't lead to reform in Kenya
Need a sales campaign? Look no further than Bono – and Africa
Commentary: Holding onto power isn't the best path for Ivory Coast
In Africa, wariness toward science impedes research and development
Nigeria's anti-corruption figurehead runs a campaign of ideas
Midterm elections could give a boost to Africa – if the Democrats lose
Africa's food security is less threatened than many fear
On South Sudan referendum, Obama needs to be more proactive
Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan finally announces reelection campaign – on Facebook
Africa may survive climate change better than expected
Mozambique food riots belie African agricultural success
How Nigeria's plan to privatize its electricity company could light up Africa
Will sky-high cocoa prices lift West African farmers?
Business in Africa: Booming, but trade barriers still high
Why diamonds can't be Robert Mugabe's best friend
Uganda bombings highlight need for new US policy on Somalia
Africa's blood diamonds, bloody still
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