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This Day News Archive for September 2011Rss

Thursday, September 29, 2011

German Parliament Approves Expanded EU Bailout Fund

Libyan Forces take Sirte Airport

Libya's Battered NTC Forces Want More NATO Strikes

US Man Charged in Aerial Bomb Plot on Washington

Haiti: President Wants to Start Recruiting New Army

HK Typhoon Warning Keeps Markets Closed

Egypt Parties Threaten Poll Boycott, Protest Planned

Jackson Trial: Murray's Lawyer Feels the Heat

Honeymoon Murder: Dewani Extradition Approved

Car Bomb Kills Eight in Russia

Afghanistan: Explosion Kills 3 NATO Troops

Suspect in USS Cole Case Faces Guantanamo Trial

Afghan President Questions Future of Peace Talks

Presidential Petition: Our Hope Is Fading, Says CPC

Govs Hold Crucial Meeting over SWF, Minimum Wage

Kogi Poll: Cloud over Wada’s Membership of PDP

Igbeke Storms Senate Today for Swearing-in

PHCN Workers Get 50% Salary Increase

FEC Approves N30.07bn for Harmonisation of Identity Database

Subscribers Throng Centres as SIM Registration Finally Ends

Fayemi: Why Our Teachers Had to Write Exams

Too Many PIBs in Circulation, Says Mark

Bauchi Assembly Probes Yuguda over Appointment of 24 DGs

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Mass Grave Found Close to Libyan Hotel

Saudi Royals Face Hard Diplomatic Choices

Ghana August Producer Price Index Rise by 17.24%

Kogi PDP Primary: Abdullahi Flays Police, NAFDAC

Long-time Fugitive US Hijacker Caught in Portugal

Pakistan Disputes US Charges, Woos China

Morocco: 7 Dead in Riot Following Football Match

NBTE Withdraws IMT Enugu's Accreditation

FG: All Banks to Get Public Sector Funds

First Libyan Crude Cargo Bound for Italy

Miliband: 'We Must Win Back Trust on Economy'

Nnamani, Agbakoba, Others Mull over Constitutional Amendment

Why Independence Anniversary’s Low-key, by Baraje

Kwara: Tribunal Rejects ACN's Forensic Result

NLC Seeks FG, AU Support for Saharawi

Jonathan Harps on Strong Institutions for Devt

Days of Gay Marriage will Soon Be Numbered

Nigeria Spends N24.5tr on Food Importation Annually

Tribunal Upholds Mark's Election

Foreigners Funding Boko Haram, Ihejirika Confirms

Obi: Soon, Drivers’ll Ask for Minimum Wage

NBTE Withdraws IMT Enugu’s Accreditation

Survey: Nigeria's Middle Class Growing

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Nigeria Prize Nominees Grace Abuja Bookjam

Shanghai Subway Trains Crash; Hundreds Injured

EU Official Criticizes Israeli Settlement Plan

Defence: Jackson Killed Himself with Drugs

US Against Israeli Settlement Halt as Condition for Talks

Tens of Thousands Stranded by Floodwaters in India

Yemen: Defence Minister Survives Attack, Protests Continue

Pakistan PM Warns US Against ‘Negative Messaging’

Roadside Bomb Kills 16 Afghan Civilians

News Corp. Marketer Used Movie Lessons to Instill Fear in Rivals

UBS Bankers Face Dwindling Options for Jobs

Fresh Attack on Egyptian Gas Pipeline to Israel

Australia to End Ban on Women in Combat

Palestinians, US Battle for UN Council Votes

Abia 5 Gang Rape:'We Can't Deal in Rumours'

Trial Begins Of Michael Jackson's Doctor

Sean Penn Worked to Free Jailed American Hikers in Iran

Libyan Interim Govt Forces Close in on Sirte

Strauss-Kahn Claims Diplomatic Immunity in Lawsuit

Mexico Killing Stuns Paper, Bloggers

One Dead as Typhoon Nesat Slams into Philippines

China Urges Police Use Microblogs to Dispel Rumours

Evacuations as Typhoon Nears Philippines

Italy Bishops Attack Government over Scandals

Syrian Forces Kill 4 Defecting Soldiers

Mark: N’Assembly Won’t Rush Passage of 2012 Budget

N524.7m Donation: Fashola, Yuguda, Ajimobi Hail Dangote

CBN Denies Link in Mainstreet Bank’s Emergence

Presidency Moves to End Cold War among Security Agencies

Finally, Intercontinental Bank Finds Safe Harbour

Kogi Govt Insists Wada is PDP Candidate

INEC Defends Jonathan’s Votes in Anambra, Enugu

Saraki Promises Women Access to Health Records

Monday, September 26, 2011

Pakistan Army Chief Cancels UK Visit

6 Men in UK Court over Alleged Terror Plot

More than 100 inmates escape prison in Congo

Troops in Somalia Killed Journalist

Jonathan Tackles Critics: ‘I Can’t be a Lion’

Sarkozy's 'Flower Power' Won over Bruni

Yemen Protesters Entrenched after Saleh Disappoints

Renewed Push on Sirte after NATO Bombing

Tibetan Monks Set Themselves on Fire in China

Pakistan 'Will Not Launch' Haqqani Offensive

Arsenal: Van Persie Happy to Delay Contract Talks

UN Security Council to consider Palestinian bid

Kenya Nobel Laureate, Maathai, Dies in Hospital

The Abia 5 and the Arab Spring

Spokesman: Gaddafi is Poor, Honest

Match-fixing: No Amnesty for Offenders-FIFA

Open-air Mass Wraps Up Pope's First 'Home' State Visit

Decapitated Woman's Body Found in Mexico

16 Killed as Filipino Troops Clash with Militants

Yemen: Saleh Calls for Early Elections

Women in Saudi Arabia to Vote, Run in elections

Tripoli: More than 1,200 Bodies Found Mass Grave

Sabotage: SPDC Shuts in 25,000 Barrels

‘Tackling Insecurity Requires Support of All Nigerians’

Falana Wants Boko Haram Leader’s Revelations Probed

NAICOM Targets N1trn Insurance Base

Anenih: PDP’ll Reclaim Edo in 2012

Dangote, Costain Donations Lift Ibadan Flood Victims

At UN, Nigeria Backs Bid for Palestinian State

Jonathan Tackles Critics: ‘I Can’t be a Lion’

Ex-ICPC Boss Urges Re-organisation of NJC

Oshiomhole Justifies Arrest of Task Force Chair

Guild of Editors Task Jonathan on Security

Senate President’s Convoy in Fatal Crash

FG Tasks OPS over 16m Housing Deficit

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Former USA Boss Unveiled as New Egypt Coach

NTC Troops Enter pro-Gaddafi City

Bolivia Protesters Break Blockade

Open-air Mass Wraps Up Pope's First State 'Home' Visit

Blackout Plunges Chile's Capital into Dark

Small Plane with Foreign Tourists Crashes in Nepal

Ace Photographer, Sunmi Smart-Cole, Turns 70 Today

Jonathan Defends EFCC Over Delays in Prosecution

Appeal Court President Orders Mass Redeployment of Justices

EU Earmarks 200m Euros for Nigerian Projects

Adamawa Govt Appeals to NEMA for Support

FG Moves to End Polio by 2012

NASU to Embark on Strike

Police Nab 3 Students Over Gang Rape in Abia

Heads May Roll in C’River over Lateness

Obi: National Security Can Be Achieved

Libya: Group Says Arms Spreading to Regions

'At Least 40' Killed in Yemen Street Battles

US Hikers Freed by Iran Arrive Home Sunday

Pope: Catholics Cannot Accept Gay Marriage

Telecom Operators Fret over SIM Registration Deadline

Adedoja Eyes PDP Scribe Post

Saturday, September 24, 2011

French ambassador attacked in Syria

All is Well that Ends Well

Libya: NTC Forces Assault Gaddafi’s Hometown

Egypt Military Ruler Testifies in Mubarak Trial

Macho Prime Minister Eyes Russia Presidency

Japan Finds Rice Needing Thorough Radiation Test

Rabbani’s Death Will Affect Afghan Peace Plans

Ademoye: How Accused Wife Used Deceased's Mentally-Challenged Brother as Pawn in Murder Case

Ademoye: How Accused Wife Used Deceased’s Mentally-Challenged Brother as Pawn in Murder Case

Australian Man Charged in 'Collar Bomb' Hoax

Residents Flee as NTC Troops Probe Gaddafi Hometown

Syrian Forces Kill 11, Protesters Plead for Help

Abbas Stakes Palestinian Claim to State at UN

Mexico: More Bodies in Veracruz as Prosecutors Meet

UN Praises Jonathan for Response to Abuja Blast

Oshiomhole Moves against Cancer

Candidates Record Mass Failure in NECO SSCE

IGP Disbands Dreaded Bayelsa Security Outfit

Ademoye: How Accused Wife Used Deceased’s Mentally-Challenged Brother as Pawn in Murder Case

Rescued Banks: NDIC Defends Bridge Bank Option

A Week on Super Drive

Greek Default Talk Gathers Pace

Pope Meets Sexual Abuse Victims, Expresses Regret

Friday, September 23, 2011

Early October Launch Rumoured for iPhone 5

Romney Pounces on US Rival Perry on Immigration

Palestinians Proud But Wary as UN Bid Lodged

US Presses Pakistan to Break Ties with Militants

World Stocks off 14-month Low

News Corp. Hacking Victims to File U.S. Suit

Abbas Pushing for UN to Back Palestine State

Man in China Held 6 Women as Sex Slaves, Killed 2

Chavez in Venezuela Says Chemo Finished Successfully

As Sparks Fly, Pakistan Warns US: ‘You Will Lose an Ally’

French Sex Attack Accuser to Confront Strauss-Kahn

Amnesty: First Female Dies in Syrian Custody

Ferguson Defends Man Utd Medics over Hargreaves Claims

Afghanistan: Security Tight at Rabbani’s Funeral in Kabul

Yemen: President Saleh Returns Amid Gunfire, Blasts

Killer-wife Insists;My Husband was a Cultist

Xavi: Fabregas Makes Me Better Player

US Walkout During Ahmadinejad's UN Speech

PM Criticises Iran, Syria in UN Speech

UN Chief Urges Nations Not to Abuse Racism Debate

Jonathan Offers 10-yr Visa to Prospective Investors

IATA Predicts Gloomy 2012 for Air Transport

House Probes NNPC over N450bn Debt

National Assembly to Publish Privatisation Report in October

FG Deploys More Troops to Jos

World Bank Approves $6.5m for FADAMA Project

Nigeria Needs $10bn Annually to Achieve 40,000 MW

Abia Killer Cop Arraigned, Remanded in Custody

Finally, NMA Suspends Strike

Killer-wife Insists ‘My Husband was a Cultist’

Kogi Poll: Isa, Alfa, Onukaba Withdraw from Race

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Group Captain Usman Jibrin (1942-2011)

Hurricane Hilary Forms off Mexico's Pacific Coast

Tunisia: Ex-Libya PM Jailed for Illegal Entry

Egypt Defeats ‘New’ Libya for UN Atom Body Seat

Sparks Fly as US, Pakistan Spar over Afghan Bloodshed

US: Romney, Perry Face High Stakes in Florida

Pakistan Orders Detention of Prominent Militant

Afghan President: Rabbani's Killer Staged a Ruse

Palestinian Anger Mounts at Obama's Mideast Policy

Libya: NTC Say They Control Gaddafi’s Desert Outposts

Strikes, Protests Greet New Greece Austerity Move

Sarkozy Allies Drawn into Karachi Kickbacks Affair

Zambians Riot over Slow Election Results

Libya's NTC Claims Vital Sabha Victory

Russia: Putin Ally Named Speaker of Upper House

WikiLeaks Chief’s Memoir Published, against His Will

US Lawmakers Make 11th-hour Plea for Troy Davis

China Curbs Military Ties after US Arms Sale to Taiwan

Japan Defense Industry Hit By Cyber Attack

UN Foundation Launches First Smart Phone Application

Okorocha Woos American Investors

Military Decries Delay in Payment of Pensions

Medical Council De-registers Doctor for Negligence

Savannah Sugar Invests N13bn on TAM

Senate Confirms Musdapher as CJN

Ademoye: Killer-wife Sick, on Hunger Strike

Nigeria Accedes to UN Convention on Statelessness

Okonjo-Iweala: World Bank to Assist FG on Job Creation

Financial Experts Discuss Nigeria’s Future after Banking Reforms

Jonathan at UN, Seeks Global Action against Terrorism

Kenya: Second Man Charged over Brits' Attack

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Rescue Workers Search for Survivors of Himalaya Quake

Iran Frees Jailed US Hiker 'Spies'

At UN, AU Finally Recognises Libya's TNC

Obama Warns on Palestinian UN Bid

Typhoon Pounds Japan, Heads for Crippled Nuclear Plant

Philippines: Boy, 13, Shoots Friend, Self in Mall

Shell Wants to Explore Oil in Ghana

South Africa: ANC Hurt by Faction Fighting

Libya: UK Jets Hit Targets after Gaddafi Taunt

Iran Angry over Killing of its Nuclear Scientists

US: Pakistani Spies Using Group for ‘Proxy War’

Lawyer: Iran to Free Convicted US Hikers

In Bid to Revive Protests, Yemenis Rush to Martyrdom

Afghans Gather to Mourn, Burhanuddin Rabbani

Palestinian UN Bid: Obama to Meet M’East Leaders

35 Bodies Found in Mexican City

Powerful Typhoon Roke Hits Japan

Interim Libya PM Expects New Govt in 7-10 Days

US Death Row Inmate Issues Parting Cry

Turkey Bans Men; 41,000 Women, Kids at Soccer Game

Disney, Cameron to Create Theme-Park "

Beyonce Opens up About Pregnancy: I'm having so Much Fun!

PDP Sure of Victory at Presidential Elections Petitions Tribunal

Whatever Happened to Humanity in this Land?

IMF Predicts Higher Inflation Rate for Nigeria

FAAC Orders NNPC to Repay N450 billion in 32 Instalments

Finally, Ngozi Confesses, ‘I Killed My Husband By Mistake’

Greenspan, Others Set for THISDAY, IMF/World Bank Programme

Jos Crisis: ‘Let’s End the Killings’

FG Partners UN on Women Devt

New CJN for Senate Screening

PENCOM Assets Hits N2.2Trn

PHCN: BPE to Sell 70% Equity to Investors

Stampede as Bomb Scare Rattles National Assembly

Ibori to Remain in Custody Till Feb 2012

10 Winners Emerge in MTN N1bn Reward Draw

Mark: 2011 Budget Implementation Below Expectation

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The Beauty of Heavenly Lake, Xinjiang, China:

Hague: No Progress on Quartet Mideast Statement

Prison Officials in Veracruz Jailbreak Detained

Pakistani Gunmen Kill 29 Shiites in Two Attacks

Palestinians, Settlers Face Off ahead of UN Bid

Italy Downgraded, IMF says Europe Behind the Curve

African Union Finally Recognises Libya's NTC

NASA Satellite 'to Fall to Earth on Friday'

Explosion Wounds 15 in Turkish Capital

Obama Urges Gaddafi Fighters to Lay Down Arms

Taliban Assassinate Ex-Afghan President, Rabbani

Hackers Hit Japanese Defence Firm, Mitsubishi

Deposed Gaddafi Makes Defiant Statement on TV

Iran Judge Delays Release of US Hikers

Over 1m Told to Evacuate as Typhoon Nears Japan

Rescuers Find More Casualties of Himalayan Quake

S&P Adds to Euro Stress with Italy Cut

Kenya Airways Eyes Doubling Authorised Share Capital

Child Victims: Who’ll Tell the Police?

The Many Riddles of Ademoye’s Curious Death

Child Victims: Who’ll Tell the Police?

CCB: Tinubu’s Trial Not Politically-motivated

Double celebration for Ne-Yo as he announces engagement and second child

ASUU: FG, States Get One-week Strike Notice

Salami: NBA Urges Senate to Intervene

Yemen Unrest: Death Toll Tops 50

Turkish President Speaks in Berlin after Bomb Threat

Abbas Presses Palestinian UN Bid Despite Warnings

CCB: Tinubu’s Trial Not Politically-motivated

Jonathan to Brief UN on Anti-Terror Efforts

MOSOP Bars Oil Firms from Ogoniland

The Many Riddles of Ademoye’s Curious Death

Borrowers to Pay More as Interest Rate Rises to 9.2%

AMCON Plans Fresh N821bn Lifeline for Rescued Banks

Wage: Labour Unions Tackle Yakowa

Cement: Dangote, Cameroon Kick-off $700m Deal

Why Volkswagen was Converted to Warehouse

Obi Laments Menace of Erosion

Labour Vows to Resist Increase in Electricity Tariff

Mark, Obi Mourn Ace Broadcaster, Ikenna Ndaguba

Monday, September 19, 2011

Vodacom in Talks for Malawi Telecom Stake

S.African Stocks Snap 4-day Advance

Clashes Escalate in Yemen after Crackdown

France Denies Allegation of Mercenaries in Libya

Fund Withdrawals Top Lehman as $75B Pulled

Greece Under Scrutiny for Next Aid Payment

Kenya Power to Hike Fuel Surcharge, Bills to Jump

Egypt Discussing Finance Package with Saudi, UAE

Greece Must Implement Agreed Reforms, Says IMF

Kenyan Man Charged over British Man's Murder

Abbas Warns of 'Difficult' Times after UN Bid

Navigator in Russian Plane Crash 'Was Drunk'

Death Toll Mounts in Yemen Unrest

'UI Bomb Scare, a Wicked Rumour'

Alec Baldwin Boycotts Emmys

Landslides Block Rescue Efforts after India Quake

Pakistan: Seven Policemen Killed in Suicide Bomb Attack

Boko Haram:'Soyinka's Comments on Obasanjo Unfair'

China Urges New Push for North Korea Nuclear Talks

Boko Haram: ‘Soyinka’s Comments on Obasanjo Unfair’

Boko Haram: ‘Soyinka’s Comments on Obasanjo Unfair’

Salami: NBA Ilorin Protests Today

‘UI Bomb Scare, a Wicked Rumour’

Again, Anglican Primate Launches Attack against Gay Marriage, Homosexuality

Group Ready for Dialogue, Say Borno Elders

UN House: Boko Haram Unveils Suicide Bomber

Uduaghan, Schwarzenegger Deepen Ties on Green Economy

Minister Directs Abia Varsity to Arrest Rapists

Abia Killer Cop Knows Fate Soon

Onitsha–Enugu Road: CCC Gets Ultimatum

Privatisation: Why Senate Didn’t Invite Obasanjo

Sudan, South Sign Security Deal over Tense Border

Eleven killed as 6.9 quake rocks India, Nepal

Protesters Killed By Yemeni Forces in Capital

Strauss-Kahn: I Made a ‘Moral Error’

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Shell’s Messy Assets Sale

Pakistan Floods: UN Appeals for $365m to Help Victims

Pakistan Troops Fight Taliban after US Drone Crash

1 Killed in Second Deadly Air Show Crash in 24 Hours

Dominique Strauss-Kahn Set for live TV interview

Billionaire UK Newspaper Owner Punches TV Show Rival

Stakes High as Mideast Envoys Try to Defuse UN Row

'Violent Protests' over China Pollution

Turkey to Freeze EU Ties if Cyprus Gets Presidency

Libya: Rebels Meet Resistance from Gaddafi Loyalists

Germany: Merkel Party Faces New Election Loss in Berlin

Quake Damage Puts Rugby in Perspective for All Blacks

Hearing for South Africa's Malema postponed to October

Eleanor Mondale Poling, Daughter of Walter Mondale, Dies at 51

Obama to Propose "Buffett Tax" on Millionaires

Death Toll in Reno Air Crash Rises

Pope 'Looking Forward' to Trip Home to Germany

Chavez in Cuba for Fourth Round of Chemotherapy

Blair Paid 'Secret' Visits to Gaddafi

Egypt Sets Nov 21 Date for Parliament Vote

Greek Opposition Leader Calls for Snap Election

DEC Head: World Reacted Too Slow to E’Africa Crisis

Floods, Malaria Plague Southern Pakistan

Iraq Tries to Quell Tensions over Pilgrim Killings

Insurance Chief Plans Re-positioning of Industry

CAC to Clamp Down on Unregistered Businesses

Bracing for Art Expo

Minimum Wage: Imo Workers Begin Indefinite Strike

Uduaghan for UN Energy Parley

Boko Haram: Catholic Priests Kick against Dialogue

Presidency Clarifies Hyundai Shipyard Controversy

Jonathan Pledges Better Security

Army Uncovers New Arms Smuggling Tactics

Abuja Explosion: UN Workers Express Concern over Security

Ex-president's Visit in Bad Taste: Soyinka

Boko Haram: Obasanjo’s Host Killed after Talks

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Jos: A Society without Statesmen

Borno Official Queries Boko Haram Arrests

DEC Head: World Reacted Too Slow to E’Africa Crisis

Ukraine PM Slams EU's Tymoshenko Stance

US Accuses Pakistan of Links to Group Behind Kabul Attack

Mideast Quartet Envoys to Meet in N’York Sunday

Gaddafi Loyalists Resist, Say NATO Killed 354 Libyans

Wikileaks Auction to Raise Funds

Four Charged over Zanzibar Ferry Disaster

WADA May Relax Ban on Doping Drug

Paul McCartney to wed at Same Venue He Married Linda

Three Dead, Dozens Hurt at US Air Show Crash

Global Protests for US Death Row Inmate, Troy Davis

US: No Gunman Found after Base Lockdown

Jonathan to Address UN High-level Debate Next Week

Encomiums as Aikhomu is Buried

My Cancer Story, By Omo Omoruyi

Hyundai Denies Plans to Build Shipyard in Bayelsa

NNPC Debt Stalls Revenue Sharing

FG Sets $75 Per Barrel Oil Benchmark for 2012 Budget

4 Boko Haram Men Charged over UN House Bomb Blast

Kwara Aviation College Gets NCAA’s Approval

Mr. President, More Work, Less Politics

Libya: Gaddafi Forces Beat Back Rebels’ Bani Walid Attack

Eurozone Summit 'Fails To Provide Goods'

Finland Holds Terrorism Suspects

Palestinian Statehood: Abbas to Seek Full UN Membership

Friday, September 16, 2011

Syrian Forces Kill 12 in Anti-Assad Protests

Two Muslims Shot Dead at Prayers in Thai Mosque

Berlusconi Woes Mount as Suspected Pimp Faces Trial

Thailand: Floods Kill 98, Cause Widespread Damage

German Pope Ventures into Land of Luther, Marx

Thai Agency Seeks New Probe into Death of Reuters Cameraman

Petition against Suswam’s Election Suffers Setback

Goldman to Close Global Alpha Fund After Losses

Algeria Invites Bids for First 3G Phone Licence

S.Africa's NUM Says Wage Talks with Mining Firm Deadlocked

Crisis Talks to Hold the Eurozone Together

After Militant Siege, Questions Hang over Kabul Security

Pakistan PM Cancels US Visit Due to Floods

R. Kelly Releases New Album Title

Election Tribunal Counters A’Court Ruling

Ship Brokers Bemoan Activities of Quacks

2012 Budget: FEC Holds Emergency Session Today

A’Court Affirms Akpabio’s Election

Obasanjo in Secret Visit to Boko Haram Family

‘Daddy Left Home in Smiles... He Never Returned’

Oshiomhole Receives Aikhomu’s Body

From Night Club, Man, Lady Friend Still Held by Kidnappers, 13 Days After

Canada Summit: WIC Seeks Projects’ Completion

Senate Wades into Trade Fair Complex Feud

HIV/AIDS: NACA Appeals for National Call-Centre

Thursday, September 15, 2011

WAEC: One Examination, Two Results

Earthquake South of Cuba, no Damage Reported

‘Turkey Can Send Warships to Mediterranean Any Time’

Al-Qaeda Leader in Pakistan ‘Killed'

Cattle Raiders Kill 46 in South Sudan

Egypt PM: Peace Deal with Israel Not Sacred

Explosions shake Yemen capital, blasts in south

UBS $2 bn Rogue Trade Suspect Held in London

Stocks Jump as ECB Offers Loans to Banks

Spanish Thief Eats £10k Diamond to Hide Evidence

Revealed: How Tinubu's £31,000 Attracted Code of Conduct Bureau

Cameron, Sarkozy Receive Heroes Welcome in Tripoli

Belarus Suspected of Helping Iran Break Sanctions

Revealed: How Tinubu's £31,000 Attracted Code of Conduct Bureau

Revealed: How Tinubu’s £31,000 Attracted Code of Conduct Bureau

US, Australia Defence Treaty to Cover Cyber Threats

Guardiola: Even Bolt Would Not Have Caught Pato

Cameron, Zarkosy to visit Libya; peace still far off

Colombia: Ex-secret Service Chief Jailed for Murder

US Vows Action Against Pakistan-based Insurgents

Kravitz: Jackson Collaboration 'Incredible'

Does Beyonce's Husband Jay-Z have a Secret Son?

Getting Africa Online: UN-backed Forum Focuses on Youth Role

Bash Ali, Orubebe and Wikileaks

Pirates Hijack Vessel with 23 Crew off Benin

NASA Unveils Space Launch System Vision

EU's Ashton Extends Mediation Trip to M’East

Aussie Bomb Hoax Suspect Drops Extradition Fight

Gaddafi Calls on UN to Protect Hometown from NATO

New York Celebrates ‘Made In Africa’… from ARISE

Revealed: How Tinubu’s £31,000 Attracted Code of Conduct Bureau

UN Finally Names 21 Victims of Boko Haram

Amaechi: Literature, Crucial in Devt

Why A’Ibom Withdrew from Amakpe Refinery

FEC Awards N33bn Contracts for Power, Erosion, ICT in Schools

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Fresh Clashes Kill 12 in Southern Yemeni City

Reports: At least 30 Killed in Angola Air Crash

Vatican Open to Accord with Traditionalists

Iran's Release of US Hikers in Doubt

A tale of two speeches in the Egyptian capital

EU Navy: Somali Piracy Set to Surge as Monsoon Ends

European Debt Crisis: French Banks Downgraded

French Banks Feel Eurozone Pain

Islamist Group Deny Briton's Kenya Kidnap

Senior US Diplomat Holds Talks in Tripoli

Pakistan Struggles to Curb Dengue Fever

Car Bomb Kills 15, Injures Dozens in Southern Iraq

Stocks Advance on European Debt Optimism

New Structure: NSE Awaits SEC's Approval

Govt Forces Finally End Kabul Attack after 20 Hrs

China: Axe Man Kills Four Near Kindergarten

Libya's New Rulers to Probe War Crimes Allegations

Number of Americans in Poverty Hits Record High

Hanging Corpses Carry Threat to Mexico Internet Users

Police, Missile Defence Top Tripoli Security Priorities

Foundation: Nelson Mandela is Alive and Well

New Structure: NSE Awaits SEC’s Approval

Guild of Editors, Pan-African Varsity Sign Training Pact

FAAN to Reopen Calabar Airport

Sambo Leads FG Delegation to Aikhomu' Burial Today

FG Sacks NDDC Board

Suleja Bomb Blast: SSS Arraigns 8 Suspects

US to Help Nigerians, Others Detained in Libya

Remarkable Benue River Valley Art Unveiled in US

FG Tightens Security at Oil Export Terminals

For a Welfare Budget

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Al Qaeda in Yemen vows to avenge southern air raids

U.N. calls on Yemen to halt attacks on civilians

Afghanistan: Explosions, Gunfire Rock Kabul

Jalil Speaks in Tripoli as Gaddafi Men Attack Refinery

Mubarak Trial: Egypt's Former Vice-president Testifies

Australia to Probe Media after Hacking Scandal

Argentina: Bus, Trains Crash, Killing at Least Six

Beijing Plans World's Biggest Airport

Shrinking Inventories: Oil Rises a Second Day in New York

Arabs to push for Palestinian statehood bid

Turkish PM visits Egypt to boost regional influence

Japan Reactors to Restart when Safety Assured

Al Qaeda Releases Video Supporting Arab Spring

Surviving Irene...

UN Atom Chief Defends Safety Plan against Critics

France, Rwanda Aim to End Bitter Genocide Row

Gunmen Kill 20 Shi'ite Iraqi Pilgrims

Husband Sues UCH for N5 billion over Wife’s Wrongful Death

Surviving Irene

UN: Niger Faces Double Risk from Libya, Food Crisis

Kissing’ Couple Prompt Scare Onboard Plane

Leila Lopes of Angola Crowned Miss Universe

Pregnant Beyoncé Shuns Typical Maternity Wear for Leather Hotpants

Salvaging The Judiciary (II)

State of the Nation

PDP Alleges Plot to Destabilise Nigeria

Petition: CPC in a Drama of Errors

PDP, ACN Win Rescheduled Election

NERC Approves New Electricity Tariff

Jonathan Orders Military to Take over Jos Security

Kidnapping: 250 Jailed, 100 Arrested, Says Oshiomhole

Playwright Petitions Jonathan over UK Scam

JTF: No Amnesty for Protesting N’Delta Youths

Obaigbena Chairs Biggest-ever Exhibition on Middle Belt

5 Policemen, One Civilian Killed in Bank Robbery

Monday, September 12, 2011

UN Probes Syria Crimes, Russia Resists Sanctions

France: Explosion at Nuclear Plant Kills One

Turkish PM to Visit Egypt, Boost Regional Influence

Pro-Gaddafi Forces Kill 15 at Libya Oil Refinery

US, EU Press Ukraine, ex-PM's Trial Delayed

UN: At least 2,600 Killed in Syria Protests

Kenya: Nairobi Pipeline Blaze 'Kills 100'

Ivorian Cocoa Reforms to Include Price Guarantee

NDDC Boss: Why They're After My Job

NDDC Boss: Why They’re After My Job

Minimum Wage Divides S'East Govs

House Leader: We'll Abide by PDP Decision, Says Tanbuwal

British PM Seeks to Rebuild Trust with Russia

Northern Govs Call Emergency Meeting over Jos

WikiLeaks: US Suspects Ex-NSA, Mukhtar, Had Links with Extremists

FG to Harvest 350MW of Power into National Grid

Okonjo-Iweala: 2012 Budget Ready in November

Pfizer: Trovan Drug Victims Threaten Court Action over DNA Test

Storm Nate weakens to tropical depression in Mexico

Minimum Wage Divides S’East Govs

Qatar Airways Begins Three-day Promotional Sale

Maputo 2011: Iworima Wins Triple Jump Gold, Sets Record

Egypt to Toughen Emergency Laws

Sinitta Slams 'Horny Salty' Love Cheat Simon Cowell

Libya: Gaddafi's Son 'Flees to Niger'

NDDC Boss: Why They’re After My Job

House Leader: We’ll Abide by PDP Decision, Says Tanbuwal

ANPP, CPC Hit by Financial Crunch

Nigeria And The Cancer Menace

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Iran Offers Fresh Nuclear Talks with EU

Tears Unite Americans on 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Egypt Security Forces Raid Unit of Al Jazeera

Gaddafi Spy Chief Arrested

US Drone 'Kills Four Militants in Pakistan'

Rice Price to Hit Record High in October

Sanusi: Why Banking Stocks Remain Bearish

Pensioners’ Funds Stashed in Banks for Interest, Union Alleges

US Prepares to Mark a Decade Since 9/11 Attacks

China Accused of Using 9/11 to Crack Down on Xinjiang

Afghan Suicide Attacker Wounds 50 US Soldiers

Decade After 9/11, Afghans Languish in Pakistan

Delhi Blast: Police Detain Two

Libyan Interim Leader Flies to Tripoli

Venezuela: Chavez Turns to Shamans to Fight Cancer

AU Peacekeepers Foil Bomb Plot in Mogadishu Camp

Okonjo-Iweala: Wikkileaks Report Fictional

Nigeria Moves Closer to Mobile Number Portability

Okonjo-Iweala: Wikkileaks Fictional

14 More Killed in Jos, Jang Ponders Vigilante Response

Kebbi CP Declares State Boko Haram-Free

Kukah: Boko Haram, Symptom of Failed State

Jonathan Tasked on National Security

FG to Commence Licensing, Inspection of Food Vendors

Egypt Vows to Try Protesters who Targeted Israel Mission

Japan Trade Minister Quits over Nuclear Gaffe

Pakistan Seeks Foreign Help after Monsoon Floods

Obama: 9/11 Attacks Made US Stronger

Recapitalisation: Ecobank Gets N290bn Forbearance on Oceanic Acquisition

Saturday, September 10, 2011

A New War Must Start Today

Wikileaks and Nigeria’s Leaky Elite

Half a Trillion Dollars of Broken Afghan Dreams

Israel Wants to Return Ambassador to Cairo ‘Soon’

Hundreds Die in Zanzibar Ferry Disaster

Tribunal Summons Tinubu over 10 Foreign Accounts

Venezuela Protests US Sanctions, Demands 'Proof'

Japan's New PM Faces Early Trouble after Minister Gaffes

Floods Worsen in Eastern US after Tropical Storm Lee

Terror Threat Clouds Start of 9/11 Ceremonies

Premier League: Man Utd Ready to Unleash ‘Pea Shooter’

Libya Fighters Move on Last Gaddafi Stronghold

Egyptians Attack Israel Embassy, Ambassador Leaves Country

Graft: Jonathan Charges Perm Secs, Redeploys 18

Christy Essien-Igbokwe for Burial Today

Customs Suspends 14 Officers

Decade After Sept 11, New Yorkers Ready to Move On

Sharia Court Orders Amputation of Two Persons in Zamfara

US Expert: N’Korea May Need More Atomic Tests

Nyako, Sylva, Imoke, Wamakko for Primaries

US, Nigeria, 28 Others to Combat Global Terrorism

Friday, September 09, 2011

Stocks Tumble Over ECB Discord

S.Africa's Rand Hits One-month Low

Syria Opposition Seeks More Russian Support

Libya: Gaddafi General 'Flees to Niger'

Kuwait May Host US Iraq Backup Force

Power Partly Restored to California, Arizona, Mexico

CIBN Seeks Increased Agric Sector Lending

Ethiopia Plans to Build More Nile Dams

Nigeria Holds Cultural Week in Brazil

Participants at Nigerian Cultural Week in Brazil

Ovia, Otteh, Otedola Join Economic Team

AMCON to Raise Bond Issuance Limit to N4.5tr

Mel B Names Her Daughter Madison Brown Belafonte

Terrorism: Immigration to Sanction Erring Officers

Minimum Wage: Labour Strike Grounds Activities in Enugu

Wikileaks: Aondoakaa Wrote Election Judgement, after Yar’Adua Offered $57m Bribe

‘We Need to Pay Attention to Security’

15 Firms Bid for Airport Construction

Nigeria to Get India’s Version of Medanta Hospital

3 Books Shortlisted for Nigeria Literature Award

UN Boss Uses 9/11 to Call for Global Anti-terror Treaty

US Govt Investigates Credible Terror Threat Ahead of 9/11

Major Power Outage Hits California, Arizona, Mexico

US Fears Minneapolis is 'Breeding Terrorists'

100 Days: FG Secures N2.3tr Investment Commitment

Tribunal Nullifies Speaker’s Election

Nwuche, Tukur Defend Jonathan

Obama Charges Congress on Economy

Okonjo-Iweala Seeks Attitudinal Change from Staff

President Tasks Kukah on Nation-building

Lagos: Police Chief Flays Perpetrators of Bomb Scare

N7bn Fraud: I’m Not Behind Ikuforiji’s Ordeal, Says Banire

Govt to Spend N199m on Flood Control

Why Lagos Speaker Hasn’t Been Probed

N’Assembly to Review Nation’s Security

Customs Seizes Truck Load of Contraband Goods

Mexico Detains 80 in Crackdown on Drug Gang Communications

US: New Yorkers Told to Flee New Northeast Flooding

Palestinians Launch UN Campaign, US Warns of Veto

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Sudan Bans Publication of Newspaper

Cameron: Baha Mousa Events Must Never be Repeated

Syrian Activists Appeal for International Help

NATO-led Forces Killed BBC Reporter in Afghanistan

Export Spike Hints at Firmer Growth

Egypt Economy Growth Modest

Berlin Police Detain Two over 'Bomb Plot'

Australia: Slain Mobster 'Was Police informant'

Japan PM Visits Disaster-hit Areas, Thanks Military

Libyan Interim PM Expected in Tripoli

'Shut Up' ,CJN Orders NJC, as it Sues Salami

‘Shut Up’, CJN Orders NJC, as it Sues Salami

Syrian Forces Attack Homs, Arabs Send Envoy

India Police Detain Three over Delhi Blast

Actress Reese Witherspoon Hit by Car

US Military Raises Alert Level Ahead of 9/11

Defiant Gaddafi Calls Syria TV Says He’s in Libya

Texas Governor Trades Blows in US Debate Debut

Restructuring Federal Government Agencies

Lagos Lawmakers Move to Save Speaker

FG to Activate All Abandoned Dams

FG Earmarks N11.5bn for Erosion Control in S’ East

Nigeria Drives Africa’s Effort on FDI

‘Shut Up’, CJN Orders NJC, as it Sues Salami

IITA Releases Data on Ibadan Flood

NDIC: We Didn’t Close CPC Accounts

Nigerians Advised on Islamic Banking

Pre-registered SIM Cards: Police Arrest Phone Vendors

Wage: Omar, Esele, Others Storm Enugu

Globacom Opens Mini Shop at Okada Junction

Russia: Plane Crash Kills Lokomotiv Ice Hockey Players

Officials: Gaddafi Has Not Fled to Niger

Minor Quake Shakes Indian Capital, No Damage

Medics: Gaza Militants Killed by Israeli Missile

Bomb Scares Target Pakistan Jets Bound for UK, Malaysia

UN Forum Canvasses Sustainable Devt, Engagement Linkage

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

German Court Rejects Challenge to Eurozone Bailouts

France: Syria's Committing 'Grave Crimes'

Russian Airliner in Fatal Crash

Obama to Propose $300bn Jobs Package

G7 Chiefs to Discuss Struggling World Economy

Yahoo CEO, Bartz Fired Over the Phone

Ezeugo Explains Gun Incident

Egypt: Mubarak Back in Court over Protester Deaths

Palestinian Hits Out at US Policy on UN Bid

Ten Die in Bomb Blast at India's High Court

Somalia Pirates Free Danish Family Seized in February

Drop in Voice Revenue in Telecoms is Temporary

DG SEC Receives Leadership Award

‘Acquisition of Delta Steel Company Was Transparent’

‘Acquisition of Delta Steel Company Was Transparent’

Keystone Bank Doles Out N344m to Ex-Directors

New CIA Chief, Petraeus, Pledges to Defend America

Pakistan: Suicide Bombers Kill 15

US Defence Chief: Al-Qaeda Weaker 10 Years after 9/11

Libya: Gaddafi Aide, Mansour Daw, 'in Niamey'

Four More Die as Syria Delays Arab League Chief's Visit

Egypt: Mubarak's Trial to Resume after Scuffles

Rowan Atkinson, 56, says Goodbye to his Bumbling Character Mr. Bean

Wikileaks: Sanusi Saw Yar'Adua's Ministers as Opportunists

SSS Unveils The Boko Haram Bomb Factory

Wikileaks: Sanusi Saw Yar Adua's Ministers as Opportunists

S'East PDP Expels Emeakayi, 4 Others

Retired Police Officers Cry Out over Pension Scheme

I Stand on My Comments on Obasanjo, Says IBB

EFCC Picks Lagos Assembly Accountants

Mass Failure: Institute Begins Retraining of Teachers

'Why Demolition Must Continue in Lagos'

S’East PDP Expels Emeakayi, 4 Others

100 Days: Still Finding A Direction

Rescued Banks: Experts Warn on Post-merger Risk

Fighters Set to Enter Gaddafi Town by Force

Afghans Launch Self-immolation Campaign

US Urges Niger to Detain Libyan Officials in Convoy

Fatal Shooting at Nevada Pancake Restaurant

Israel Kills Gunman in Gaza Incursion

Arab League Chief’s Visit to Syria Delayed

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

France: EU Pushing New Round of Syria Sanctions

NATO’s Afghan Prisoner Torture Fears in UN Report

Libya: Troop Convoy Crosses Border into Niger

UN Court Jails Serbia's Ex-army Chief Perisic for 27 Years

Turkey Raising Naval Presence Amid Tension with Israel

Somali Pirates Free Ship after $7m Ransom Paid

Turkey Freezes All Ties with Israel

Australia Arrest Man who Held Daughter in Bomb Scare

Iran Arrests Five al Qaeda Members

Yemen: 19 Killed as Soldiers, Militants Clash

US: Obama Challenges Rivals on Jobs

Libyan Army Convoy in Niger May be Gadaffi

Texas Battles 'Monster' Wildfires

Katia Ramps Up Power, May Miss US East Coast

Man 'With Bomb' Holds Girl Hostage in Sydney

McCartney, Pacino, Damon, Other Stars Remember 9/11

Mercury Music Prize Winner to be Announced

New Import Policy to Favour Manufacturers

NJC Affirms Suspension of Salami

In Jos, 11 Killed as the Bloodbath Continues

EFCC Raids Lagos Assembly, Carts away Documents

NIMET Issues Flood Alert on Bauchi, Others

Overhaul Micro-finance Banking in Nigeria, Says Yunus

NERC to Remove Service Charge in New Electricity Tariff

Forum of Female Ministers, Advisers Gets Support

Minimum Wage: Bank Customers, NLC Clash over Strike

Soldiers, Police Trade Words at Public Hearing

5 Injured as ACN Thugs Attack PDP Office

Cruyff Slams Mourinho Over Eye-poke

Egypt: Scuffles Disrupt Mubarak’s Trial as Police Testify

Yemen Air Strike Kills Five Civilians

Tourists Feel Heat of Tense Israeli-Turkish Ties

US, Pakistan Cooperate in Al Qaeda Arrest

Salvaging The Judiciary (1)

Monday, September 05, 2011

Rick Perry skips campaign forum to deal with Texas fires

Libyan forces ready to move on Gaddafi stronghold

Gulf coast braces for more rain, one dead

China says didn't know of arms sales talks with Gaddafi forces

Nigeria to Hold 5-10% of Forex in Chinese Yuan

Swiss Bankers Want Amicable Deal in U.S. Tax Row

South-west Can't Reclaim House Speakership, Says Baraje

How Saboteurs Feed Fat on Kaduna Refinery

Fighting Terrorism: 10 Rules

Youth in Court over Mugging in London Riots

Jos: Eight Family Members Killed in Fresh Attack

Storm Lee Downgraded to Tropical Depression

Chinese Arms Firms Offered Gaddafi's Forces Weapons

Jonathan Fires Adviser on Counterterrorism

Japan Storm Death Toll Rises to 25, More Missing

Bangladeshis Priced Out of Argentina/Nigeria Friendly

CPC Cries Foul over Presidential Election Tribunal

South-west Can’t Reclaim House Speakership, Says Baraje

‘Why Int’l Oil Coys Shun Refinery Projects in Nigeria’

Shema Advises Nigerians to Eschew Violence

ECOWAS Court Urged to Reinstate Salami

Illegal Export: Court Remands 4 Indians in Prison

FG Asked to Return Police Services to Varsities

Falana Blames FG for Rising Crime Wave

Sunday, September 04, 2011

The Nigerian (Un)chattering Class

Obama Visits Flood-Ravaged New Jersey

New Orleans Holding Up Under Tropical Storm Lee

South Sudan Plans to Move Capital from Juba

2 Mexicans Deny Terrorism, Face 30 Years for Tweet

Iran Plugs First Nuclear Power Plant into Grid

Algeria Defends Decision to Shelter Gaddafi Kin

Libya: Bani Walid Siege Talks 'Have Failed'

Egypt Sets Oct 24 to Try Ex-Mubarak Aide

Edo Monarch Makes Case for Casual Workers

Netanyahu: Israel Won't Apologise to Turkey

Libya: Rebels Surround Pro-Gaddafi Town

Tropical Storm Lee Hits Louisiana

US Tries to Stall Palestinian Statehood Bid

Israelis Hold Biggest Anti-govt Rally in History

New Orleans Braces for Tropical Storm Lee

Anti-Gaddafi Forces 'Won't Delay' Assault

Strauss-Kahn Back in France

Chile Crash: 'All 21 on Board Died Instantly'

Pandemic Film Makes Director Feel Unclean

Governors Assemble Legal Team to Challenge SWF

AGF to Grant EFCC Fiat to Try Lagos Speaker

Salami's Successor Reshuffles Presidential Election Tribunal

Border Security to be Increased

Sokoto: Police Command Adopts Community Policing

Minimum Wage: Ekiti Begins Payment This Month

Rights Group: CIA, MI6 Helped Gaddafi on Dissidents

Politburo: Cuban Defence Minister Dead

Yemen: Suicide Bomber Kills Three Soldiers

Diplomats Wade into Turkey, Israel Flotilla Face Off

We're All Victims of Terrorism

Saturday, September 03, 2011

We’re All Victims of Terrorism

Libya after Muammar Ghaddafi

NIGERIA: National Identity and the Power of its Pop Culture (II)

UN Envoy Arrives to Discuss Libya Future

UK: Imam Killed After Morning Prayers in Finsbury Park

Bodies Found in Chile Air Crash

Italian Town Declares ‘Independence’

Italian Town Declares ‘Independence’

Iran Makes New Military Push Against Kurds

Brazil Kaxinawa Indian 'May be World's Oldest Woman'

Chile Mourns Air Force Plane Crashes Victims

Vatican Rejects Irish Parliament Child Abuse Rebuke

Libya: Rebel Forces Near Gaddafi's Home Town

Russia Slams EU Oil Sanctions on Syria

Chilean Air Force Plane Disappears over Pacific

IAEA Worried About Iran’s Military Nuclear Work

Top Level Mexican Drug Boss Found Dead on Highway

Libya Council Seeks to Restore Order in Tripoli

Clashes Erupt in Flashpoint Sudan Border State

SSCE Results: WAEC Admits Human Error

EU States Divided on Palestinian Statehood Bid

Chile Police Chief Quits After Protester Death

UK: James Murdoch Declines $6m Bonus over NoW Controversy

Cameron: Rioters Need Tough Love

Anti-Gaddafi Fighters 'Know Where He Is'

Somali: Malaysian TV Cameraman Shot Dead in Mogadishu

Terror Attack: We now Have Strong Leads, Says Jonathan

Oceanic Bank Seeks to Transfer 40% Shares to Ecobank

Soldiers Kill Suspected Islamist in Adamawa

Jos: Military Threatens to Crackdown on Civilians

SCE Results: WAEC Admits Human Error

Military Arrests Fake identity Card Syndicate in Lagos

Friday, September 02, 2011

EU Agrees on Oil Embargo Against Syria

BEFORE GOOD LUCK TURNS TO BAD LUCK

Turkey Set to Host NATO Early Warning Radar

France Pushes for UN Syria Resolution,

Turkey Expels Israeli Ambassador over Gaza Flotilla Row

Militants Kidnap 40 Pakistani Boys in Afghanistan

Chinese Tycoon: Controversy Could Kill Iceland Deal

Japan's PM Picks Cabinet, Vows Pragmatic Reforms

EU steps up Syria sanctions with ban on oil imports

Anger as Wikileaks releases all US cables unredacted

US economy: No new jobs added in August

Japan's PM picks cabinet and vows pragmatic reforms

Lawsuit: Bank of America Leads Lenders Lower

Mexico Arrests Police Officer over Casino Attack

Anti-Israel Protests Disrupt BBC Concert

US: Tropical Warnings for Gulf, Heavy Rain Expected

Leadership Speculation: Australia PM Vows Not to Quit

Libya: Interim Leaders Promise Tolerance, Respect for Law

The Rise and Rise of Digital Entertainment

Helen Mirren Insists she Didn't Deserve Best Body Award

Dock Workers Pick Holes in Port Concession

Al-Mustapha: I'll Open Up Soon, Says Abdulsalami

For Nigerian Banking, The Crisis is Nearly Over

Police Blames Kano Stampede on Rumour Mongers

Would-be Couple, Others Crushed to Death on Benin-Ore Road

Would-be Couple, Nine Others Crushed to Death on Benin-Ore Road

Revealed: Wanted Suspect Arrested, Released in 2007

Police Blames Kano Stampede on Rumourmongers

Access Bank Offers N2.75 Per Share to Intercontinental Shareholders

FCTA to Conduct Integrity Test on UN Building

I Was Misquoted on Obasanjo, Says IBB

Wage: Plateau Workers Begin Indefinite Strike

Jonathan Visits Oyo Today

Court Frees Uwazurike, 280 MASSOB Members

Pakistan: 12 Killed in Suicide Bombing, Ambush

Al-Mustapha: I’ll Open Up Soon, Says Abdulsalami

Abia Awards N4.1bn Contract on Infrastructure Devt

Dockworkers Pick Holes in Port Concession

UN Inquiry Says Israel Flotilla Raid 'Excessive'

Venus Vows to Return to Tennis

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Boko Haram 'Trained in Algeria, Afghanistan'

Bomb Scare Threatens South-east Economic Summit

Boko Haram ‘Trained in Algeria, Afghanistan’

Bomb Scare Threatens S’ East Economic Summit

Shell to Invest $200M in S.Africa Shale Exploration

Russia Recognises Libya's Transitional Council

Man with Toy Gun Shot, Killed by Police in Fla.

Japan Disaster Drills Hold Greater Sense of Urgency

Kashmir Border Deaths Spark India, Pakistan Row

US: Drug Lord 'Dudus' Faces 20 Years in Prison

NERC Mulls Govs’ Power Deregulation Proposal

Boko Haram ‘Trained in Algeria, Afghanistan’

Bomb Scare Threatens S’ East Economic Summit

UNICAL: ASUU Condemns Students’ Demonstration

Katia Becomes Hurricane; Another Storm Likely in Gulf

Syrian Forces Raid Hama, Official Resigns in Protest

Philippines, China Seek South China Sea Code of Conduct

World Powers Meet Libya's New Leaders in Paris

Asumnu Arrives Daegu Today!

Bomb Scare Threatens S’ East Economic Summit

Sarumi Joins Race for National Secretary Post

PDP Factions Resolve Political Differences

Pindar, PDP Gov Candidate, Dies in Auto Crash

Boko Haram ‘Trained in Algeria, Afghanistan’

NERC Mulls Govs’ Power Deregulation Proposal

FAAN Renews Fight against Illegal Airport Users

UN Blast: Police Coroner Report Delays Release of Corpses

Nigerian Security Agencies: A World of Mutual Suspicion

Face Your Divine Calling, Church Tells Clerics

Security Forces Avert Escalation of Jos Crisis

UN Expresses Concern over Gulf of Guinea

Be Security Conscious, Ahmed Tells Indigenes

UNICAL: ASUU Condemns Students’ Demonstration

Methodist Church Nigeria Ordains 93 Priests

Ibadan Flood: Ajimobi Issues 7-day Ultimatum to Illegal Structure Owners

FERMA Asked to Repair ABU Agric Junction Bridge

Visafone: How We Can Boost Lagos Economy

Accident Claims 3 ABU Students

ICT Devt’ll Contribute to GDP Growth, Says Minister

Hargreaves Signs One-year Man City Deal

Libya: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi Vows to Continue Fighting

Suspicious Package Found at Illinois Air Force Base

Sarkozy: Iranian Nuclear Bid Could Provoke Attack

Yemen Says Jets, Troops Kill 17 Militants

Storm Victims Suffer in US East as Waters Recede

It Can Never Happen Here