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Africa gets taste for chocolate making

Air Cote d'Ivoire to spend $200 million over two years

South Carolina newspaper wins prestigious Pulitzer prize for Public Service

New York Times wins Pulitzers for West Africa Ebola coverage

Child beggars still rampant in Senegal despite laws

Analysis - Billions at risk for Ghana, oil firms from oil boundary ruling

Chelsea face striker crisis ahead of Arsenal showdown

Hungary: Europe's 'Gateway' for African Migrants

Senegalese migrants head for Europe amid poverty threat

Details on the 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners

S. Carolina paper's domestic killings series wins Pulitzer

SC paper wins Pulitzer for reporting on domestic violence

S Carolina paper's domestic killings series wins Pulitzer

Fiancee of Ebola victim hopes memoir closes chapter

Bombs shatter houses in Yemen capital, hit near Iran Embassy

The 2015 Pulitzers, finalists in journalism and the arts

Protester killed Guinea rally

A terrorist sleeper cell dismantled in Mali

Boxing tragedy inspires Blanchard's first opera

Former test cricketers blame poor team selection

Ex-Pakistan players criticize team's early CT exit

Togo government closes primary, secondary schools

At Tribeca, big personalities on the big screen

PCB plans new expert to guard players from fixers

Security threat constant: ambassador

Pakistan's Afridi wants to play at 2015 World Cup

Today in History for May 4th

Erdogan calls for end to Turkey protest

Windies beats Pakistan by 2 wickets in CT

Phil Hughes learns his Ashes lesson

South Africa: Soweto resident shows off her snakes

Burkina Faso soldiers in Mali worry about defense

Barnett hoping China will revive Oakajee port plan

Waugh backs unfancied Ashes tourists

Haddin recalled as vice-captain for Ashes tour

US raises concerns over Mali's arrest of editor

2 years after Duekoue, militia leader still free

Mali rebels fighting in Gao car explodes in Kidal

Al-Qaida tipsheet on avoiding drones found in Mali

Woman believed victim of online scam found dead

Islamic extremists attack Malian troops in Gao

French, Malian troops control Gao seek out rebels

EU launches military training mission in Mali

Today in History for Monday, February 18th

9 dead in clash with Islamic radicals in Mali

Abandoned Nigeria national theater eyed in renewal

Windies vow to bounce back from shocker

News Summary: Search for a missing tycoon

Scammers cheat elderly WA man out of $700k

South Africa signs deals with Russia, China

Mali edges Niger 1-0 in Group B as Keita scores

Perry to miss W-League grand final

African Cup sees crowd trouble, unexpected results

Catholics ponder future with new pope

Filipino cardinal stirs papal talk with rapid rise

Haitian schools expand use of Creole language

Liberia exposes finances with city billboard

Australia prepared for spinning subcontinent

C. Verde coach: Mourinho a friend but no football

French capture Islamists' last major Malian town

Algeria: Army rescues hostages, toll unclear

At least 36 killed in southwest Nigeria bus crash

Messages in tongues down among US Pentecostals

Rupee crash forces Indian holidaymakers to ditch Italy for Goa

Florida to call on Labrador retrievers to stem Giant Snail invasion