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This Day News Archive for October 2011Rss

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Kenyan Jets Bomb Southern Somali Town, 12 Killed

Egypt: Mubarak’s Trial Postponed Until Dec. 28

Anti-US Pakistani Cricketer Rallies 100,000 People

Drunk, Naked Driver Smashes 12 Cars in Moscow

Honduras Becomes Western Hemisphere’s Cocaine Hub

Turkey Ends Search for Survivors, Death Toll Nears 600

Bale’s Double Leads Tottenham to Victory over QPR

Liberia Election Chief Resigns ahead of Nov 8 Vote

Bangkok Floods 'Still Serious'

Rebels: Somalia Suicide Bomber was 'US Sitizen'

Early Snowstorm Slams US East Coast

ICC Has ‘Substantial Evidence’ Against Gaddafi Son

Commonwealth Leaders’ Summit Ends in Australia

Qantas Strike: Aussie PM Seeks End to Dispute

Iraq General: Forces Not Ready 'Until 2020'

Syria's Assad Warns of ‘Earthquake’ if West Intervenes

Egypt Brokers Ceasefire After Israel-Palestinian Bloodshed

Score-settling After Libya's War Casts Shadow

Saudi Woman Sentenced to 15 Years for Qaida Links

Turkish Quake: Many Teachers Among Victims

China Coal Mine Blast Kills 29

Niger Faces Local Anger if it Delivers Gaddafi’s Son

Alexandra Burke Sits in for Kelly Rowland on X Factor Judging Panel

'Expendables 2' Stuntman Dies on Set; Two others Injured

Pilots of Crashed NAF Plane Hale and Hearty

‘Pilots of Crashed NAF Plane Hale and Hearty’

Thus Spake Orunmila.........2 Samuel

Thus Spake Orunmila… 2 Samuel

Bayelsa: Battle for PDP Guber Ticket Thickens

Harvest of African Talents

Vision 2020: FG to Strengthen Human Capacity

PHCN Rips Consumers of N240bn Annually

‘Pilots of Crashed NAF Plane Hale and Hearty’

Police Foil Kidnap of Lagos Community Leader

National Honours: Military Chiefs, Foreign Ministers, et al

The Inside Story of Petroleum Subsidy Saga

‘Dark Horse May Emerge PDP Chairman’

At Obudu Ranch Resort, Reinvention is Key

Did Investigative Journalism Die with Dele Giwa?

Saturday, October 29, 2011

More Than 20 Libyan War Wounded Flown to US

Egypt Brotherhood Makes First Visit to Hamas-led Gaza

ICC Fears Saif al-Islam Gaddafi May Escape Justice

Former Brazil President, Lula, Diagnosed with Cancer

Thai PM: Bangkok May Dodge Flood Disaster

How To Engage Diaspora Nigerians and Make Them Stake-Holders in National Development

Portugal, Spain Urge G20 Members to Help Ease Crisis

China Names New Financial Chiefs

South Sudan Rebel Attack 'Kills 75'

Kenya to Stay in Somalia Until 'Threat' Gone

Turkey's Post-quake Relief Races Against Winter

Syrian Forces Pound Homs After Dozens Killed

Bangkok Flood Defences Hold off Coastal Tides

Pentagon: NATO Troops killed in Kabul are Americans

EPL: Arsenal Hit Five, Wins for City, United

China Railway Construction Workers Killed in Road Accident

Israel Kills Top Militant in Gaza Attack

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi: I’m Innocent

Serb Police Raid Islamists After US Embassy Attack

'At Least 10 NATO Troops Dead' in Kabul Attack

Levante Goes for 8th Win, Villarreal Eyes 2nd Win

US Consumer Spending Up in September

Palestinian Leader: Arabs Erred on 1947 Partition

NATO: 30 Insurgents Killed in Eastern Afghanistan

Russia Successfully Tests New Ballistic Missile

Second Scandal in a Week Rocks New York Cops

Thai Hopes for Floods Reaching Peak Level

Gaddafi Son Used Paintings to Promote Libyan Culture

When Did We Stop Thinking?

Egypt Protesters Demand Army Quit Power

Morocco to Execute Marrakesh Cafe Bomber

Explosion Hits Kenyan Security Forces Vehicle

Mexico: 10 Alleged Gunmen killed in Army Shootout

US Afghan 'Kill Team' Leader Faces Court Martial

Wall Street Edges Down After Strong Rally

Euro Fund Head: No Quick China Deal

How 10 Agencies were Removed from the Ports

Student Flogged to Death in Port Harcourt

Lead Poisoning: 2,000 Children Affected in Zamfara

Nigeria, Australia to Strengthen Ties

Siasia: The Early Promises, The Controversies, And the Sack

UK Curbs Arik Operations to Heathrow

Dangote Elated with National Award

Peterside, Ovia, Aig-Imoukhuede, Others Join Dangote on National Honours List

Friday, October 28, 2011

Int'l Court Holds Indirect Talks with Gaddafi’s Son

Ferguson Slams Tevez Fine Ruling

Pele: Brazil Not Ready to Host World Cup

Eurozone Seeks Bailout Funds from China

Syria Protesters Call for No-fly Zone

Int'l Court Holds Indirect Talks with Gaddafi’s Son

Gunman Fires at US Embassy in Bosnia

NNPC: Alison-Madueke Didn’t Lie on Subsidy

NFF Finally Sacks Siasia

Hackers Hit EFCC's website

20-year Sentence for Killing that Sparked Russia Riot

Kenyan Jailed for Life over Twin Grenade Attacks

Commonwealth Approves Royal Succession changes

Thai Floods Batter Global Electronics, Auto Supply Chains

‘Why Obasanjo Farms was Conceived’

Could Lewis Hamilton's Reluctance to have Children be the Reason for Nicole Split?

Omar Sharif Appears to Slap a Woman during a Red Carpet Appearance

Nigeria’s Oil Export Rises to 2.18mbd, up from 2.05mbd

Commonwealth Summit Dogged by Questions over its Relevance

Thousands Flee Bangkok as Floods Threaten

Protests Mar Historic Tunisia Poll

Shell’s Production Output Declines, First Time in 2 Years

Nayef Named Saudi Crown Prince

Turkey Quake: Boy Found Alive After Five Days

‘Nigeria’s Debt Now N6.02tr’

NNPC: Alison-Madueke Didn’t Lie on Subsidy

Jonathan Backs Creation of Africa Infrastructure Fund

Defence Minister Closes Military Entrepreneurship Programme

Nigeria, Australia Reach Trade Agreement

‘Why Obasanjo Farms was Conceived’

Dredging: Lagos Community Seeks Fashola’s Intervention

Edo Govt Denies Suit over SWF

Lottery: ‘Nigeria Loses N120bn Annually’

NDDC, PHACCIMA Partner on Youth Devt

LASU Students Storm Assembly, Vandalise Property

Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda Party Wins Historic Poll

Iraq: Deadly Bomb Blasts Hit Baghdad

UN Security Council Votes to End Libya Operations

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Turkey Quake: Man Found Alive After Four Days

Egyptians Cross Home, US-Israeli Leaves Egypt in Swap

Saudi King Prepares to Name New Crown Prince

NLC: FG Misleading Int’l Community on Subsidy

Somalia's al Shabaab Vows Huge Blast in Kenya

Gaddafi’s Son Surrender Would Pose Challenges to ICC

Pakistan Military Denies BBC Report on Taliban Links

Gunmen Attack Foreign Base in South Afghanistan

Turk Quake Survivors Plead for Tents, Foreign Aid Flows

Residents Flee Bangkok after ‘Massive’ Flood Warning

Gaddafi'Son, Intelligence Chief 'Want to Surrender'

NLC: FG Misleading Int’l Community on Subsidy

Gaddafi Loyalists Fight on as Libya Tries to Unite

Gaddafi's Last Stand in Sirte

EU Leaders Agree Trillion-Euro Rescue Plan

Argentina's 'Blonde Angel of Death' Given Life

Gaddafi’s Son, Intelligence Chief ‘Want to Surrender

NLC: FG Misleading Int’l Community on Subsidy

Nigeria's Population Now 168m, Hits 221m in 2020

Bruce Willis, Wife Expecting a Baby

FEC Okays N59.3bn for Onne Port

Jonathan: Africa Lost $854bn to Capital Flight in 38 Years

Nigeria’s Population Now 168m, Hits 221m in 2020

CBN Recovers 200 Houses from Former Bank Chiefs

Court Orders NDLEA to Produce Baba Suwe in Court

Nigeria, Tanzania Drop on School Transition Ratings

FG Inaugurates Air Safety Equipment

NLC: FG Misleading Int’l Community on Subsidy

Tinubu: Tribunal Rules Nov 30 on Jurisdiction

Kenyan Admits Grenade Attack, al Shabaab Membership

Egypt: Court Jails Two Policemen over Activist's Death

Gaddafi’s Son, Intelligence Chief ‘Want to Surrender

Assad Meets Arab Ministers; 20 Killed in Clashes

After Quake Turkish Villagers Fear White Death

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Teenager Pulled Out of Turkish Quake Rubble

Thai PM: Floods Threaten Bangkok

Afghan Fuel Truck Blast Kills 10, Injures 25

Mexican Army Raids Bulletproofing Auto Shop

China to Launch Unmanned Space-docking Craft

Rina Strengthens, Aims at Mexico Coastal Resorts

Boko Haram’ll Soon be History, Says Borno Deputy Gov

Yemeni Women Burn Veils to Protest Regime

Libya's Mustafa Abdel Jalil asks Nato to stay longer

Nurse Cries Recalling Jackson's Drug Demands

Jonathan Woos Australian Solid Minerals Investors

NCC to Sanction MTN, Glo, Airtel for Poor Services

EU Heads Meet Again As Debt Woes Worsen

Lawyer: Carlos the Jackal on Hunger Strike

Obama: Gaddafi Death is Warning to Dictators

World Waits for Saudi King to Announce New Heir

Human Rights to Test Commonwealth Leaders

Kenya arrests suspect with grenade cache after blasts

House Claims '50 billion Trapped in NNPC System'

Preserving History and Culture Through Films

INEC Office Burgled, 1,388 Data Machines Stolen

House Claims ‘$50 billion Trapped in NNPC System’

Alleged N1.5bn Scam: EFCC Re-arraigns Ex-Plateau Gov

Boko Haram’ll Soon be History, Says Borno Deputy Gov

Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Lobby FG over SWF

World Bank: Nigeria May Not Meet 2015 MDGs

FG to Set Up Committee on Fuel Subsidy

Alaibe Submits Governorship Form, Optimistic of Waiver

Council Polls: Lagos PDP Heads to Court

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

UN Condemns US Embargo of Cuba for 20th Year

Bombings in Thai South Kill 3, Wound Dozens

Syrian Army Deserters Kill 7 Troops in Revolt

Israel Sending Quake Aid to Turkey

FG to Prosecute Contractors of Abandoned Projects in Unity Schools

Varsity Administrators, Others Urge Shift from Violent Protests

NECO, Still this NECO

Rescuers Battle to Find Turk Quake Survivors, Save Baby

Tunisia Secular Party Rejects Alliance with Islamists

US Dismantles Most Powerful Nuclear Bomb

Venezuela Inmates free 25 Hostages, Hold 26

UN: Mexico Dangerous Country for Journalists

Sea of Tsunami Debris Heads for US

Yemen Calls Ceasefire After Five Civilians Killed

Thailand Calls Holiday to Allow Escape from Floods

US Pledges $100m in East Africa Hunger Aid

Largest Ever EU Rebellion Rocks British PM

US: 25m Bees Shut Major Road

Saudi Arabia to Bury Prince Sultan

Hope Fades for Turkey's Trapped Quake Victims

Gaddafi, Son 'Buried At Unknown Location'

N’Delta: Group Awards Grants for Research Devt

Turkey Earthquake: Five Found Alive as Rescue Effort Continues

NTC: Gaddafi to be Buried Tuesday, Location Secret

Islamists Claim Win in Tunisia's Arab Spring Vote

Second Grenade Attack Hits Kenyan Capital

France to Help Supply Kenyans Fighting in Somalia

Italy's Berlusconi hits back at EU demands

Assange: Financial Woes May Close WikiLeaks

Most Expensive U.S. Fighter Grounded

CBN Outlines New Agric Policy

In Ikorodu, Lagos, ‘It’s Water, Water, Everywhere, But None to Drink’

Boko Haram: Isa, NTA Cameraman, Killed for Spying

2 Ghanaians, 7 Nigerians Jailed 810 Years for Bunkering

Subsidy Deductions Hit N1.264tr, Say Govs

Monday, October 24, 2011

Baba Suwe Wants Court to Vacate Detention Order

Protests as ACN Wins Lagos Council Elections

EU Backs Fuel Subsidy Removal

Army Absolves Self from Killing of Boko Haram Leader

11 Arrested over Clashes Between 2 PDP Factions

Teen Related to Serial Killer Admits Murder

Thais Tense as Floods Set to Swamp More of Capital

US Pulls Out Ambassador from Syria

Turkey Earthquake: Desperate Search for Survivors

Iranian-American due to enter plea over Saudi plot

Tunisia: Early Sign of Strong Islamist Vote

Mexico Sets Day Care Reform after Fire Kills 49

Bangkok Braces for Unstoppable Flood Waters

Turkey Quake Death Toll Reaches over 200

Kenya: Grenade Attack at Nairobi Bar Wounds 12

Argentine President Sweeps to Re-election Win

Lawyer: Saadi Gaddafi ‘Outraged’ by Killing of His Father

House May Oppose Fuel Subsidy Removal

Together but Apart, Frail Demi and Ashton in Public for the First Time

Jonathan Meets PDP Leaders, Says , Our Economy in Danger

Jonathan Meets PDP Leaders, Says ‘Our Economy in Danger’

Okonjo-Iweala: Fitch Ratings, Boost to Our Transformation Agenda

House Begins Probe of NNPC, PPPRA Tomorrow

Road Rehabilitation: FG Faults Govs’ Claim over Refund

Education: Ekweremadu Canvasses 26% Budgetary Allocation

FG to Review Airport Concessions, Funding

Again, CBN Unveils Fresh Measures to Stabilise the Naira

Road Rehabilitation: FG Faults Govs’ Claim over Refund

Shell Begins Gas Supply to Power Stations

Jonathan Meets PDP Leaders, Says ‘Our Economy in Danger’

Concern Mounts over Lagos Council Poll Results

Big Tunisia Vote Turnout Amid Mid East Unrest

Thousands of Somalis Flee Area Fearing Fighting

Saudi King Prepares Key Appointments after Heir Dies

Earthquake: Turkey Declines Israeli Aid Offer

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Libya's New Rulers Declare Country Liberated

Strong Earthquake Hits Turkey, Up to 1,000 Feared Killed

Kenya, Somali Troops Close in on Key Rebel Town

Is This The Man Who Shot Colonel Gaddafi?

Former Chelsea Boss, Ancelotti, Eyes Premier League Return

US Warns of 'Imminent' Attack Threat in Kenya

Landmark Tunisia Vote Under Way

Obama: Saudi Crown Prince was 'Valued Friend' of US

TEPCO to Raise $262m for Nuclear Payouts

Gaddafi’s Post-Mortem Takes Place on Day of Liberation

Libyan PM 'Wanted Gaddafi Alive'

Karzai: Afghanistan to Back Pakistan in War with US

Doctors Deny Hugo Chavez is Dying from Cancer

Bangkok Bolsters River Defences in Flood Battle

Saudi Crown Prince is Dead

Governors Meet over Subsidy Deductions

Subsidy: FG Must Address High Transportation Cost – APGA

FG, States, to Contribute N1bn for GDP Computation

Baba Suwe to Challenge Court Order

FG to Concession Stadia, Games Villages

Subsidy: NLC Not Averse to Meeting FG

Halliburton Probes Angola Subsidiary over Alleged Graft

We Didn’t kill Anybody, Says NSCDC

Ajegunle Residents Disrupt Council Polls

Sokoto: Sadiq Chides PDP Elders

Zuma: Ghadaffi Should Have Been Spared

Anya Report: Current Budgeting Culture, Self-serving

Lagos Communities Flooded as Ogun River Rises 4m

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Kerosene Subsidy: Why Jonathan Rejected Economic Team's Advice

Clinton Warns Iran on Iraq Interference

Heavy Fighting in Yemen after UN Resolution

German Doctor Jailed for Killing Stepdaughter

Mexico Detains 15-year-old in Drug Murders

Tunisians Gear Up for Historic Vote

Kenyan Pastoralist Clashes Kill 12 over Two Days

Uganda Opposition Leader Appeals for 'Rescue'

Saudi King Abdullah a Cautious Reformer

Gaddafi Remains Unburied, Libyans Manoeuvre for New Era

Report: 49 Rebels Killed in Clashes in Turkey

Thailand Battles to Defend Capital from Floods

UN, Amnesty Want Probe of Muammer Gaddafi's Death

Kenyan Official: Somali Militants on the Run

Thailand Floods: Crisis 'to Last Weeks'

Yemen Ready to ‘Deal Positively’ with UN Resolution

Libya Commanders: No Post-Mortem on Gaddafi

Saudi Crown Prince Sultan Dies, Focus on Prince Nayef

Katherine Jackson goes on the Offensive over Lingerie Football League Offer to Paris

Mauritanian Claims Death of Qaeda Chief in Mali

Brazil Doctors Found Guilty of Killing Patients

Clinton Visiting Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

Gaddafi's Family Demands Body; NATO Ends Libya War

Ferguson: Mancini Deserves More Praise over Tevez

More Troubles for Popular Actor, Baba Suwe

UN, Amnesty Want Probe of Muammer Gaddafi’s Death

Jonathan Leaves Abuja for CHOGM Summit

Eleme Community Sues Shell for $1 billion

Missing $12.4bn Oil Money: Judgement Adjourned Indefinitely

N38bn Loan: Bankole, Nafada Must Stand Trial, Court Rules

Mabogunje: Exceptional Scholar, Exemplary Father (Tribute)

Friday, October 21, 2011

Obama: US Will Pull Troops Out of Iraq by Year-end

Cry My Beloved Country

Saif al-Islam: Gaddafi's Enigmatic and Elusive Son

At Least 10 Peacekeepers Killed in Somalia Battle

Turkey Casts Doubt on Alleged Iran Plot

Pakistan, Morocco Lead Security Council Newcomers

AU Rejects al-Shabab Bodies 'Stunt' in Somalia

Spain Hails End of ETA Militancy

Libya Delays Gaddafi's Burial Plans

How US Spent $1 bn on Gadaffi’’s Head

Thai PM Tells Bangkok to Move Belongings to Safety

Clinton Presses Pakistan on Taliban Safe Havens

Gaddafi: Conflicting Accounts of Who Pulled Trigger

NATO Considers Ending Libya Air Campaign

Barcelona Look to New Masia for New Messi

World Leaders React Over Gadaffi’s Death

Baba Suwe's Lawyer Gives NDLEA Ultimatum

'Don't Shoot, Don't Shoot' Gaddafi Yelled

Aretha Franklin Slimmer than ever as she Continues her Weight Loss Quest

Kenya's Advance in Somalia Surprises US Officials

Final Day of Campaigning for Tunisian Elections

US Seen Struggling to Win Fight in Afghan East

Car Explodes in Northern Mexico as Soldiers Pass

China Urges Inclusive Political Process in Libya

Corruption: Blatter Expected to Report Progress

Fitch Affirms Access Bank’s Ratings

LASU Students Protest over Hike in Tuition Fees

Baba Suwe’s Lawyer Gives NDLEA Ultimatum

2 Feared Killed in Bauchi Crisis

FG Unfolds Blueprint on Agricultural Revolution

Another Portrait of a Tragic Hero

‘Don’t Shoot, Don’t Shoot,’ Gaddafi Yelled…

Crews Return to Pump Oil from New Zealand Ship

Basque group ETA ends armed independence campaign

105 Dead in Central America after Days of Rain

Gaddafi's Death - Who Pulled Trigger?

Thursday, October 20, 2011

World Leaders React Over Gadaffi’s Death

Dozens Dead in Pakistan Border Fighting

Clinton: Opportunity for new start in Libya

Six More Filipino Soldiers Found Dead after Clash

Chavez to Return to Venezuela after Medical Tests

Thai PM Warns of Bangkok Flooding

Merkel Risks Own Downfall to Save Greece

How Gaddafi Was killed

Euro Zone Rescue Plans Shrouded in Doubt

Muammar Gaddafi 'Killed' in Gun Battle

Protesters Surge into Athens Ahead of Austerity Vote

Libyan forces capture Gaddafi'

Alleged Brazilian Drug Lord Arrested in Paraguay

Flood Danger to Thai Capital Rises

US Fears More Plots from Iran's Quds Force

Protesters Vow to Bring Greece to Standstill

Syria holds former VP incommunicado, daughter says

Clinton in Kabul to Push Afghan Reconciliation

Hacked Off Jude Says no to Press Privacy Law

Sandra Bullock Rejects Letter from Ex Jesse James' Dad

Baby Girl for Carla Bruni-Sarkozy

Yemen's Saleh Wants Global Guarantees to Sign Deal

Kurdish Militants Back Jailed Leader's Threat with Action

Abia Agency Intensifies Fight against Poverty

Thousands Flee after Troops, Rebels Clash in Philippines

25 Years After, Dele Giwa Rests on, as His Killers Remain Restless

Faseun Calls for Due Process in Trial of Ex-Govs

Alleged Scam: EFCC Re-opens Case against Fayose

NACCIMA Vows to Tackle FG over Oil Subsidy

Immigration Arrests Suspected Human Trafficker with Children

Akpabio Okays N5.5bn for New Wage, Arrears

FG to Spend $60m on National Cancer Project

Again, Customs Intercepts N20m Worth of Indian Hemp

FEC Approves N36.4bn Contract for Bridge, Customs

Power: FG, US Seal $1.5bn Loan Deal for IPPs

UN House Blast: Another Victim Dies

Allocation Stalemate: NNPC Suspends Subsidy Deductions

Coalition Blames FG for Recurring Political Crisis

Sanusi: Economy Still Highly Vulnerable

Ondo Promises Indigenes on Capital Projects

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Kidnapped Frenchwoman Dies in Somalia

Somalia: Kenyan Jets Pound Shebab Positions

Greece Won't go Bankrupt or Leave EU

France Begins Afghan Troop Pullout

Turkish Warplanes Hit Kurdish Rebel Targets in Iraq

Mogadishu Bomb Targets Police Car, Wounds Six

Army Chief: US Should Focus on Afghanistan, Not Pakistan

Kurdish Rebels Kill 21 Turkish Soldiers in Turkey

Initial US Drawdown to Pull from Restive Afghan East

Fuel Subsidy Stalemate Stalls Federal Allocation

FG Kickstarts Sovereign Wealth Fund with $1bn

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Malaria-Induced Deaths Drop by 20 per cent, Says Report

Ogoni Spill: Senate Seeks Review of UN’s $1bn Clean-up Proposal

El-Rufai Loses Bid to Stop Trial

NDLEA Denies Release of Baba Suwe

FG Modifies 6-3-3-4 Education System

Sylva, Dickson, Orufa Pick PDP Governorship Forms

Goje Gets Bail, to Pay N200m

FG Restates Commitment to Quality, Nomadic Education

Intercontinental Becomes Subsidiary of Access Bank

Bells Wins Computer Programming Contest

Nigeria Debuts at World Robot Olympiad

Greek PM Appeals for Support for Austerity Vote

Roadside Bomb in South-eastern Turkey Kills 8

Alleged Drug Gang Leader Arrested in Acapulco

Central America Toll from Rains Climbs Above 90

WAUG 2012: Unilorin to Spend N24.5m on Rehabilitation of Old Pavilion

Clinton in Libya to Offer New Aid Package

Sweden: 23 Women Convicted of Child Pornography

Italy: Milan Judge Clears Berlusconi in Fraud Case

Palestinians Hail Lopsided Swap, Call for More

Beckenbauer Wants Offside Law Change

Ogoni Killings: US S’Court to Rule in Suit against Shell

UK Freezes Assets of Five for Alleged Iranian Plot

Colombia: Kidnapped Girl, 10, Freed

Wary Bangkok bolsters flood barriers

Kuwait Foreign Minister Quits over Graft Case

French Credit Review Threatens Euro Zone Rescues

Captured Israeli Soldier Returns Home

The London Conference on Cyberspace

Tibetan Nun Self-immolates in China

Thais Count Floods Cost, Bangkok Warned Crisis Not Over

Hamas Releases Israeli Soldier in Prisoner Swap

Sylva's Fate Hangs as PDP Sacks Bayelsa Chairman

Kenya: Brits Held over Terror Group Link

Syrian Forces Fight Insurgents in Central City

Who Will Take Our Football to the Promised Land?

Suspected Kidnappers of Mikel Obi'sFather Arraigned in Court

NNPC: Accountant-General's Allegation 'Ridiculous'

Sylva’s Fate Hangs as PDP Sacks Bayelsa Chairman

Suspected Kidnappers of Mikel Obi’s Father Arraigned in Court

FG Loses $1.6trn Annually on Money Laundering, Others

Ogoni Killings: US S’Court to Rule in Suit against Shell

NNPC: Accountant-General’s Allegation ‘Ridiculous’

To Defend the Naira, CBN Floods Market with Dollars

April Poll: Challenger Drags Akpabio to S’Court

N52bn Alleged Fraud: Court Remands Goje, 4 Others in SSS Custody

Sylva’s Fate Hangs as PDP Sacks Bayelsa Chairman

Suspected Kidnappers of Mikel Obi’s Father Arraigned in Court

FG Has No Plan to Remove Subsidy on Kerosene

Power: Nnaji Seeks $50bn Support from Capital Market

Mubarak Sons Own Assets Worth $340m in Switzerland

Kenyan, Somali Troops Hunt Rebels, Residents Try to Flee

Britain Warns Africa Not to Shelter Libyan Fugitives

Mexican Drug Cartels Recruiting Texas Children

Poll Shows New Yorkers Support Anti-Wall Street Protests

Monday, October 17, 2011

Somalia: Al Shabaab Rebels Ready to Confront Kenyan Troops

Ex-IMF Boss Moves to Quash Vice Ring Claims

Iran: Happy to Examine US Plot Allegations

Pakistan Wants Afghan Action on Taliban Cleric

Israel Court to Rule on Shalit Swap Deal

NFA, NSC Parley Delays Siasia Decision

India’s Inflation Exceeds 9% for 10th Month

U.S. Stock Futures Erase Gains

EU May Impose Limits on Commodity Swaps, High-Frequency Trading

UN Chief Ban Sends Iran Plot Case to Security Council

Gordhan to Announce Rescue for S.African Producers

Red-hot Higuain Gives Real a Welcome Headache

Libya: NTC Forces Take over Bani Walid

Bolivians Rebuke Morales in Judicial Ballot

Hugo Chavez Travels to Cuba for Medical Tests

Israeli Supreme Court to Discuss Prisoner Exchange

Flood Barriers Hold Firm in Shielding Bangkok

A Threat to Press Freedom

Mudslides, Rain Leave 70 Dead in Central America

Australia Pressured to Investigate Sri Lanka Envoy for Warcrimes

Japan Cities Face Growing Radioactive Ash, Troubles Ahead

Indy 500 Winner, Wheldon, Dies after Massive Pile Up

Fuel Subsidy: What We Want, by NLC

PHCN Apologises to Nigerians over Load Shedding

Gombe: 4 Killed as Gunmen Attack Mobile Police

National Assembly is Encouraging Corruption, Says Auditor-General

National ID Cards: Nigerians to be Assigned Special PINs

Labour Tackles FG on Planned Fuel Subsidy Removal

Ojukwu Returns Soon, Says Bianca

‘FG Has Not Ruled Out Dialogue with Boko Haram’

Stakeholders Forecast Growth in Print Media

Sunday, October 16, 2011

First Bank Partners Oyo over Capacity Building

Mexico: Soldiers Rescue 61 People Held by drug gang

Yemen's Saleh: Diplomats Spreading Falsehoods

Stock Market Indicators Hit All-year Low

Somalia: Islamic Militants Threaten Kenya

Egypt: Presidential Candidate Wants Civil Courts for Clash Suspects

Libya: Bulldozers Raze Gaddafi’s Compound

Japan's Aging Air Force Plans Major Overhaul

Sanusi, the Lone Ball Juggler

Iran Warns West over Alleged Saudi Envoy Plot

Pakistan: US Drone Strike Kills Three Egyptians

Israel Begins Prisoner Release Process

War Crimes: Int'l Court to Investigate Cote d’Ivoire Officials

Libyan Govt Steps Up Security after Clashes in Tripoli

Thai Floods Claim More Factories, Bangkok Safe for Now

Israel Names Prisoners to be Freed in Shalit Deal

Pope Moves on Wheeled Platform

Somali Forces Seize Town from Shebab Rebels

China: Three Doctors Arrested over Organ Transplants

Thailand: Bangkok Escape Floods as Waters Recede

Kidnappings: Kenya to Pursue Militants in Somalia

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Move to Times Square

Mexico Prison Fight Kills 20 in Matamoros

UK: Police May Probe Ex-defence Minister's Friend

Thai Capital's Barriers Hold, Floods Still Threaten

Eighth Tibetan Burns Himself in Protest in China

Wenger Looks to Short-term After Arsenal Slump

Security Beef-up as EFCC Arraigns Goje Tomorrow

Presidency, Govs in Deal over SWF, Deregulation

FG Sets Aside N15bn for Economic Development

Kebbi Indigenes Allege Siphoning of Council Funds

FG Adopts Chinese Farming Option

SSS Smashes Kidnapping Gangs, Free Cleric

Kano to Become Africa’s IT Hub

Private Equity Firm Targets Agric, Financial Sectors

Ondo Prepares for Outdoor Regulation

Beyond the Archetypal Brand Journal

Investors Swoop on AMCON as M&As Trigger Further Banking Consolidation

Ending Decades of Racketeering at the Seaports

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Nigerian Pros Out of UAE Money Race

Egypt's Military Rulers Criminalize Discrimination

Liberia: Opposition Parties Reject Poll Results

Syrian Forces Target Funeral, Assassinate Activist

Fan: Why I Threw Hot Dog at Woods

Before Nigeria Goes Bankrupt...

China Opens Party Meeting on 'Cultural Development'

Afghanistan Passes Key Hurdle to Release Aid Funds

Italian Police Fire Teargas at Protesters in Rome

China, Vietnam to Strengthen Military Ties

Al Qaeda Official Killed in Yemen, Pipeline Blown Up

Defences Bolstered as Floods Threaten Thai Capital

Libya Leaders Mop Up after Deadly Tripoli Clashes

Late President Yar'Adua's Elder Sister Dies at 68

Late President Yar’Adua’s Elder Sister Dies at 68

Anger As Policemen Kills Two Brothers in Ondo

CAF League: Esperance Coach Wary of Complacency

China Communists Hold Key Annual Party Meeting

US Bishop in Abuse Cover-up Case

Suicide Bombers Target Base in Afghan Province

Wall Street Sit-in Protest Goes Global

Mariah Carey a No-Show on The X Factor

Anger As Policemen Kill Two Brothers in Ondo

NDLEA Monitors Ace Actor, Baba Suwe

CJN Tasks 28 Eminent Jurists, Lawyers with Judiciary Reform

Private Sector Backs Subsidy Removal

CBN Restricts Dollar Sales to Foreign Firms

Late President Yar’Adua’s Elder Sister Dies at 68

U.S. Rejects Plan to Strengthen IMF in Euro Zone Crisis

Sack of Ports Agencies: FG Tasked on Enforcement

On the Trail of President Jonathan

UN: Up to 7,000 Held in Libyan Prisons

US: Tehran Denial About Contacts Not Truthful

Obama Sends 100 Troops to Fight Rebels in Central Africa

Apple’s IPhone 4S Lines May Help Weekend Sales Hit 4 Million

Friday, October 14, 2011

Nigerian Woman Jailed 140 Months for Human Trafficking

Argentina Was Advised of Possible Iran Attacks

Thai PM Confident Bangkok Will Escape Worst of Floods

Bulgaria: Journalist Car Blows Up During Barroso Visit

Israel Police Arrest Man Opposed to Prisoner Swap

Greek Govt Vows to Pass Cuts in ‘Fight for Existence

Saudis Arrest Colombian Footballer for Exposed Tattoos

U.S. Money Funds Cut Loans to French Banks by 44%

G-20 Mulls Boosting IMF Lending Power

G20 to Debate Dollar's Reserve Status

Twenty Killed in Syrian Clashes, EU Sanctions Bank

Obama: Alleged Iran Plot Will Worsen Isolation

Beyonce Dresses to Prove she DOES have a Bump in a Maternity Top

Storms Leave 29 Dead in Central America, Mexico

Four Survive Horror PNG Plane Crash

Police Release The Nation Editor as Presidency Denies Involvement in Saga

NDLEA Arrests Baba Suwe, Yoruba Actor

Blackout: NERC Queries PHCN, 5 Power Plants

Forex Dealers Halt Trading as Naira Suffers Setback

Senate Frowns on Post-UME Tests

Ibru: Appeal Court Strikes out Suit against Al-Mustapha

FG Denies Involvement in Indonesian Refinery Project

NDLEA Arrests 291 Drug Traffickers in 21 Months

Terrorism: Communities Step-up Surveillance

Quit Flood-Prone Areas, Lagos Urges Residents

Lagos Hints of End to Contract with Tax Consults

Communities Reject MoU Drafting Committee

In Sudan, the ‘Voice of the Antonov’ Sows Terror

Mladic to Have One War Crimes Trial, Not Two

Mexico Captures Zetas Boss Blamed for Casino Attack

Israel-Palestinian Swap Due in Sinai Next Week

Two Bombings Kill 16 in Baghdad Shi'ite District

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Abdulmutallab: Yes, I'm Guilty

Kenya: Aid Doctors Kidnapped Near Somali Border

Blackberry Says Services 'Fully Restored'

French Drop Strauss-Kahn Sex Case

UEFA Hammers Rooney for Three Euro 2012 Matches

Three Dead, 17 Hurt in Rio Blast from Gas Leak

Police: Norway Killer Says 80 Militant Cells in Europe

London 2012 Hosting: CAF Shocks Nigeria Again, Names Morocco Hosts

China Trade Surplus Shrinks as Global Woes Deepen

Claims and Trade Data Suggest Modest Improvement

Pakistanis Wonder What More They Can do to Battle Militancy

Rescued Chile Miners Count Cost a Year On

US Drone Strikes 'Kill 10 Militants in Pakistan'

Football Murder Probe Opened against Gaddafi's Son

Blackberry Service 'Is Improving'

Workers to Enjoy Tax Relief under New Law

Abdulmutallab: Yes, I’m Guilty

NPAN: Fight Terrorism, Not Journalism

Supreme Court Moves to Clear Backlog of Cases

FG to Invest $2.68bn in Funding 3 Refineries in Indonesia

Status: BlackBerry Outage Spreads to N’America

6,500 Nigerians Studying in the US

NCAA installs Aircraft Tracking Technology

States Yet to Access N36.89bn UBE Funds

Eight Dead in California Shooting

Bangkok Strengthens Defences as Floods Close In

Fire Scare at AMCON Lagos Office

Update on FIFA Sleaze Deals: Video 'Shows Warner Discussing Payments'

FG, US Collaborate on New HIV/AIDS Vaccine Technology

Libya: Confusion over Gaddafi Son's fate

Thousands Rally for Syrian President, Dissident Freed

UK: Bomb Blast at City of Culture Office

Sylva's Wife Laments Mass Failure in WAEC, NECO

Removal of Oil Subsidy’ll Stall Devt

Sylva's Wife Laments Mass Failure in WAEC, NECO X

Herbal Festival’ll Develop Traditional Medicine

Govt Unveils Plans to Rehabilitate Destitute

Govt Spends N25bn on Facilities at New GRA

Olumba Disowns Daughter’s Church

Youth Unemployment, a Critical Challenge

Sylva’s Wife Laments Mass Failure in WAEC, NECO

Lawmaker Appeals to FG, ASUU over Proposed Strike

Appeal Court Strikes Out Case against Okowa

Cleric Blames Parents over Crimes among Youths

Removal of Oil Subsidy’ll Stall Devt

Akingbola Pleads with Court to Defreeze Accounts

Zinox to Commission Digital Plant by February

FoI Act: Group Seeks Media Support on Implementation

Lagos Unveils Strategies to Combat Food Insecurity

Swiss Trying to Release Dictators' Stashed Loot

White House Pleased by Israeli Soldier Release Deal

Suicide Bombers, Explosions Kill 25 in Baghdad

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Berlusconi Seeks Confidence Vote to Save Coalition

US Officials: Iran's Supreme Leader Likely Knew of Plot

UK Unemployment Total Reaches 17-year High

Abdulmutallab Pleads Guilty, Explains Attempt to Blow Up US Plane

Abdulmutallab to Plead Guilty

China, Vietnam Sign Deal to Resolve Sea Dispute

Russia: Putin Slams US, Makes Deals in China

Spain Withdraws F-18 Planes from NATO’s Libya Mission

BlackBerry Outage Enters Third Day, Company Explains Crash

Festival Cheer Rings Diabetes Alarm for Indians

Hurricane Jova Whirls Toward Mexico's Pacific Coast

Captain in N’Zealand Sea Pollution Crisis Arrested

Zawahiri Calls for Algeria Revolution in New Video

US Issues World Travel Alert Linked to Iran Plot

Brazil 2014: Argentina Upset, Chile Recover, Uruguay go Top

Beyoncé Dismisses Rumours about Fake Bump

Sara Leal Breaks Silence on night with Ashton Kutcher

Fuel Subsidy: FG Lobbies National Assembly Members

Naira Gains on CBN’s Restrictive Monetary Measures

Police Arrest The Nation’s Editors

Oct 1 Bombings: SSS Confirms Arrest of Banker

Jonathan Targets 110,000 Jobs for Youths in 4 Years

Ademoye: Ngozi Makes First Court Appearance, Remanded at Kirikiri

Terrorism: Trial Begins for Abdulmutallab as FBI Foils another Terror Plot

14.1% of Lagos Population Suffer Mental Illness’

Appeal Court Stops Akingbola’s Bid to Stop Sale of Bank

Fayemi Flags Off Training for 2,500 Youths

Govt Dispels Rumour about Jang’s Health

Tribunal Upholds Gwarzo's Election

Govt Earmarks N107m for Scholarship

States Get $.38m USAID/MSH Grant

Onu Absent at Ume-Ezeoke’s Wake Keep

Govt Deploys 2,000 Youths to Empowerment Scheme

NUJ Urges FG to Make Refineries Functional

FG Tasked on Benin-Okene Road

Force Majeure: Shell Begins Repair of Forcados Pipeline

ILO: Africa Has Weathered Global Economic Crisis

Rates Hike: Experts Predict Tough Time for Equity Investors

Volume of Car Imports Rise by 28%

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

US Foils 'Iranian Plot to Kill Ambassador'

Netanyahu: Israel, Palestine Sign Shalit Deal

Head of Libya's NTC Visits Battle-torn Sirte

Egypt Finance Minister Resigns after Protest Deaths

Users Suffer New Blackberry Crash

Bishop Adeleye: Make Study of Medicine Free

‘School Counsellors, Not Advisers, Teachers’

Teachers Demand Wage Increase

Yet Another N30bn Wasteful Spending

Russia Feeds Arms Addiction as Soft Power Fails

US Prosecutor: Abdulmutallab Wanted to Kill 300 People

Libya: NTC Forces Closing in on Gaddafi's Son

Echoes from the Nigerian Civil War

EU Warns Ukraine over Tymoshenko Sentence

RIM Claims all Services Restored for Blackberry Users

Egypt Probes Deadly Sectarian Clashes

UK: We’re Helping Track Missiles Missing in Libya

China Urges Syria to Honour Reform Promises

Beyonce Accused of Stealing Dance Moves in "Countdown" Video

Finance Minister: Greece to Keep Creditor Promises

Asia Stocks Rise for Fourth Day, Won Climbs

Beyonce Reveals Baby's Due Date

Major Hurricane Jova to Slam Mexico Pacific Coast

Fresh Oil Spills as Stranded N.Z. Ship Issues Mayday

Thailand Races to Defend Bangkok from Floods

Ukraine Court Finds Ex-PM Guilty

Court Stays Death Sentence for Mumbai Gunman

Marines Kill 11, Nab 36, Find 4 Tons of Marijuana

Italian Ship Attacked off Somalia

At Least 10 Killed in Baghdad Blasts

Chavez Cancer Mystery Keeps Venezuela Guessing

UN Council Aims for Yemen Vote by Next Week

Somalia: AU Forces ‘Drive Out’ al-Shabab from Mogadishu

Zimbabwe: Head of Anglican Church Confronts Mugabe

Gangster Tip-Off': Beauty Queen Warned

Speedy Clearing: FG Sacks 8 Agencies from Ports

Reconstructing Public Broadcasting

CBN Tightens Monetary Policy to Save the Naira

FG Asks Airtel to Recall Sacked Workers

NCAA, ICAO, WHO to Collaborate on Air Travel Disease Control

Sanusi Raises the Alarm over Euro Zone Crisis Spillovers

Violence: Jonathan Promises to Issue White Papers on Past Probes

Juwah Reshuffles NCC as Ojobo Heads Public Affairs Dept

N52bn Fraud: EFCC Detains Goje

Explosion: Shell Declares Force Majeure on Forcados Crude

Abuja Bomb Scare Causes Pandemonium

Ex-FAAN Staff Sues FG, Aviation Minister over Sack

Robbers Invade Monarch Palace

NNPC Dispels Fears over Power Supply

FG Warns Unity Schools Contractors

Monday, October 10, 2011

UK: Defence Secretary, Fox, 'Made Serious Mistakes'

Blackberry Services Down in Europe, Middle East, Africa

Activists: Dozens Killed in Syrian Clashes

Support for Japan PM Dips after One Month in Office

Zimbabwe: Archbishop, Mugabe to Meet

Egypt PM Urges Calm After Cairo Clashes

US Citizen Pleads Guilty to Insulting Thai Royals

Constitutional Amendment: S’East Govs Demand for 2 More States

FG's Proposal on Fuel Subsidy Excites NNPC

FG’s Proposal on Fuel Subsidy Excites NNPC

Dexia Accepts Rescue Offer after Marathon Meeting

Labour: We'll Support Deregulation Only If...

Labour: We’ll Support Deregulation Only If...

Magnitude 5.6 Quake Jolts North-eastern Japan

China Voices Concern after Sailors Killed on Mekong

NZ Oil Spill Crews Face Race against Time

Sarkozy, Merkel Vow Swift Action on Eurozone Debt

EU Wants Israel, Palestinians to Meet Soon

Steve Paul Jobs (1955-2011)

Hard Day's Night for McCartney Wedding Party

Rodney, Seized at Marwa Garden, Released after 35 Days in the Kidnappers’ Den

Labour: We’ll Support Deregulation Only If...

MPC?Meets Today, Seeks to Stabilise Naira

FG’s Proposal on Fuel Subsidy Excites NNPC

Insecurity: Oil Workers Begin 3-day Warning Strike

Nationwide Electricity Blackout Imminent

Constitutional Amendment: S’East Govs Demand for 2 More States

Gospel Group, Awesome Praise, Hosts Concert

Sunday, October 09, 2011

Recapitalisation: Union Bank Rights Issue Opens This Week

Ogun State Moves to Reclaim PIT Proceeds

Tunisia: Police Use Tear Gas on Islamist Protesters

Archbishop of Canterbury Denounces Attacks on Zimbabwe Church

Nineteen Killed as Egypt Christians, Police Clash

Israel Cabinet OKs Reforms to Cut Living Costs

Effort to Bring Border Towns into Tax Net Begins

Turkey Decries Assassination of Syrian Kurd Leader

Sarkozy, Merkel Meet over Banking Crisis

Mexico: 10 More Bodies Found in Veracruz

Five Rebels Killed in Colombia

Death Toll from Philippine Typhoons Hits 101

Niger Secures Historic Africa Cup of Nations Ticket

Rio Surrenders 51% Stake in Zimbabwe Local Diamond

Obama Asks Americans to Push Jobs Bill

EFCC Targets More Ex-governors

Siasia Apologises For Nations Cup Exit

Ex-SSG: Oyo CP Disagrees with Ladoja

Plateau Doctors Threaten to Begin Strike

150m Euros Ransom: Police Rescue Kidnapped Saudi

Nigeria Fails to Qualify for Nations Cup

Libya: NTC Battle Gaddafi Forces in Streets of Sirte

Cameron Demands Fox MoD Inquiry answers by Monday

Dalai Lama Slams China

Doak Opens Short Course in Detroit

Indian Cup Takes Stage in Lagos

Saturday, October 08, 2011

NGF Proposes President Open for Abuja

Governors are Making a Mistake

Russia Pushes for Reforms as US Tells Assad to Go

Yemen President Will Leave Power in Coming Days

Controversy Trails Raid of Lagos Pharmacy Shops

Arik Orders Two Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental Planes

Sirleaf-Johnson, Two Others Win Nobel Prize

Jonathan, Zenawi Urge Libya to Check Killings of Migrants

Why Journalists Are Poor

FG to Allocate More Funds to FERMA

Another 32 Bodies Found in Mexico's Veracruz

EU to Extend Belarus, Iran, Syria Sanctions

Italy: Berlusconi Dismisses Calls to Resign

How Steve Jobs Managed His Farewells

Friday, October 07, 2011

S’Africa: Tutu Marks 80th Birthday

Syria: War is Only Option to Topple Assad

Liberian, Yemeni Women Win Nobel Peace Prize

Enter Zazugist, the first all-Pidgin English Online Magazine

Beyonce Glows, Caresses Baby Bump in 'Countdown'

Poor Visibility Forces Lamido's Delegation to Abort Landing in Uyo

Jonathan: We Didn't Celebrate Independence Anniversary

CBN Reads Riot Act as Naira Falls to Lowest Level

McCulley Leads Nigerian Trade Mission to US

Jonathan: We Didn’t Celebrate Independence Anniversary

Jobs, the Apple of Our ‘i’, Logs out...

In a Gale of Arrests, EFCC Picks Daniel, Doma, Alao-Akala

Mob Kills 2 Suspected Boko Haram Members

House Probes National Identity Card Scheme

Taxation Critical to National Transformation, Says FG

PDP Asks CPC to Apologise to Tribunal

Roads: Govt to Pay N150m Compensation to Owners

Marketers Allay Fears of Hoarding

New NAMA Boss Tasks Workers on Industrial Peace

Poor Visibility Forces Lamido’s Delegation to Abort Landing in Uyo

Thursday, October 06, 2011

US Fugitive Starts Legal Fight against Extradition

Mexican Police Allowed Drug Gang to Use Local Jail

Obama: Pakistan Must be Mindful of U.S Interests

Case Sought Against Pakistan Doctor who Helped CIA

Rooney’s Dad Arrested

Sierra Leone Opposition to Boycott Parliament

EU, Arab Spring Favourites for Nobel Peace Prize

Microsoft Considers Bidding for Yahoo

Tributes Pour in for Steve Jobs

Brent Above $102, Libyan Oilfield May be in Ruins

Microsoft Considers Bbidding for Yahoo

Deregulation of Power Tops VP, Govs’ Agenda

Apple Founder, Steve Jobs Dies, Aged 56

Tutu Makes Last-ditch Push for Dalai Lama Visa

Libya: Militia Says Finds 200 Bodies in Mass Grave

Palin Rules Out 2012 US Presidential Bid

Anti-Wall Street Protests Spread Nationwide

Bahrain to Retry Medics in Civilian Court

Palestine State Quest Wins First Victory in UNESCO Vote

Somali Militants Vow More Attacks after Bombing

Egypt's Presidential Hopefuls Want Early Vote

US Reviews Iraq Warning on Immunity for Troops

Plot to Kill Afghan President Foiled

Sanusi Lists Conditions for Devaluation of Naira

Customs Intercepts 121 Bags of Indian Hemp

NLC Shuts Down Airtel Services

Deregulation of Power Tops VP, Govs’ Agenda

Apprehension as FG Fires FAAN Directors

Why Peace Reigns in Plateau, by Jang

Polio: Bill Gates Okays $500,000 Grant to States

6 Weeks to His Death, Michael Jackson Heard in Recording Saying ‘I Hurt’

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Steve Jobs, Apple founder, dies

English Premier League Makes India Debut

Sirte Residents Turn Anger on Libya's New Rulers

Mexico Nabs 9 Escaped Inmates at Cartel Camp

NATO Kills Senior Haqqani Commander in Afghanistan

In India, Karzai Reaches Out to ‘Brother’ Pakistan

Turkey Promises Sanctions on Syria, Despite UN Vote

What a Stronger Chinese Yuan Means for U.S.

FG Unveils Proposal to Phase out Fuel Subsidy

FG Fires FAAN, NAMA CEOs, NCAT Rector

Sultan: Jos Crisis, Boko Haram Products of Poor Leadership

Tribunal Summons CPC Chieftain over Comments

How to Address 16m Housing Deficit

Ademoye: Tussle for Property May Prompt DNA Test

Obada: FG to Rehabilitate NNS ARADU

Nigeria Spends N100bn on Fish Importation Annually

ECOWAS Defence Chiefs Worry over Illegal Weapons

NASU Strike Paralyses Activities at UI

Obasanjo Denies Writing Secret Letter to Jonathan

Airtel's BPO Partners Deny Sacking Call Agents

Human Trafficking: Senate Seeks ECOWAS, AU Cooperation

Police Parade Suspected Car Snatchers

FG Adopts Lagos Light Rail Transit Model

Bayelsa Youths Drag Igali into Governorship Race

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Libya: NTC Forces Plan ‘Final’ Attack on Gaddafi’s Hometown

Apple Unveils its New iPhone Model - 4S

Pakistani Police, Protesters Clash over Power Cuts

China Coal Mine Blast Kills at Least 13 Workers

Russia Will Not Back UN Resolution on Syria

Iran Puts University of Texas Student on Trial

Senegal's President Seeks 3rd Term Despite Unrest

Tutu Slams South Africa over Dalai Lama Visa Row

WGI Receives Nigerian Community Boost

Eguavoen: Egypt 2011 Draws Interesting

Food Security: W’Bank Approves $6.8m for FADAMA III Project

NFF: Siasia Has Final Say on Enyeama

UEFA League: Bayern Eye Group Domination with Win over City

Golf Honour for Oba of Benin

Rivers to Open Football College, Train Ex-militants

Player/Coach Saga: Siasia to Recall Enyeama in January

CAN 2012: Guinea to Name Squad Thursday

Federation Cup Victory: Owerri Stands Still for Heartland

Enyimba Protest Re-arranged Fixtures

Maigari Preaches Collaboration, Co-operation to NPL Board

Guinea’s Squad for Abuja Battle Unveiled

Brazil: Four Cities Vying for 2014 World Cup Opener

Ahead London 2012 Qualifier: Dream Team Seeks Ibadan Winning Aura

Eagles’ Forms Excite Siasia

Oche Heads for UAE

Sports Lawyer: City Will Reach Tevez Compromise

World Long Jump Record Marks 20th Anniversary

Montenegro Braced for ‘Game of Decade’ against England

Pakistan: Suspected Sectarian Attack Kills 13

China Hit by New Tibet Monk Self-immolation

Knox Verdict Poses Kercher Death Questions

Mexico Detains Two Soldiers for Alleged Kidnapping

Karzai in India Amid Shifting South Asia Ties

Hague Court Opens Investigation into Cote d’Ivoire Post-Election Violence

Acapulco Schools Stay Closed Despite Army Patrols

US Fugitive's Wife: I Didn't Know About His Past

US Sees Missile Defence Deal with Russia by May

Severed Heads Found in Mexico City with Message

Cash for Vote Update: CAS Hearing on Adamu’s Appeal Begins

Megrahi: My Lockerbie Role Exaggerated

Chelsea Owner, Abramovich, Sued Over Oil Shares

Greece: Despair, Resignation as More Pain Looms

Shell Funded Killings, Clashes in Niger Delta, Says Report

Delta’s N50bn Bond Fully Subscribed

FG Intensifies Investment Drive in US

Apapa Residents Petition FG over Truck Nuisance in Lagos

ANPP Cancels Peace Mission to Borno

As We Turn 51, a Challenge to the President

Groups, Rivers Differ on Demolished Waterfronts

Health: We’ve A Long Way to Go, Says Minister

Drivers’ Unions Clash in Ado-Ekiti

Auchi Poly Expels 5 Students for Fraud

Explosion Rocks Agip Facility in Bayelsa

Igbeke: Senate Lying against Me

FG Seeks Increased Revenue Generation from Mining

Alleged Fraud: Court Frees Two Men

Workers Shut Down Airtel Call Centres

Monday, October 03, 2011

Italy: Court Upholds Amanda Knox’s Murder appeal

Kenya Holds Kidnapped Frenchwoman's Employee

Libya Govt Forces Capture District in Sirte

Philippine Gunmen Free US Hostage

Angry Pakistan Rejects Afghan Charges on Rabbani

Iraq Gunmen 'Seize Hostages in Police HQ'

Sultan Speaks on ‘Islam and Peace’ at Harvard

Gunmen Murder 19 Villagers in Zamfara

Fresh Details Emerge of Ashton Kutcher’s Debauched Night

Onyebuchi: FG Can’t Ban Foreign Medical Treatment

Jackson Trial: Dr Conrad Murray Back in Court

Boko Haram Scare Sparks Demolition in Lagos

Airlines Begin Airlift of Pilgrims

Labour Party: FG Has Elevated Insecurity

‘Nigeria Can Generate 600,000mw from Solar Energy’

House to Probe Banks’ Nationalisation, Recapitalisation

FRSC Gets $.3m US Training Grant

Kwara’s Committed to Transformation Agenda, Says Ahmed

Mimiko Frees 6 Prisoners, Commutes 5 Others Sentences

Amaechi Targets 24-hour Power Supply by 2012

Chieftaincy Tussle Claims One

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Nwuche, Reyenieju Advocate Fiscal Federalism

Italian President, Napolitano, Congratulates President

Wamakko Counsels Nigerians

Ekweremadu: Security Threats Won’t Divide Nigeria

Risk Managers Tighten Whistle-Blowing Structures

Fayemi Targets N1bn IGR, Advocates Roads Toll

Body Count Grows in a S’African Murder Mystery

Gaddafi Son Denies Interpol’s Allegations

Philippines Struggles in Typhoon’s Aftermath

Syria Opposition Forms United Front against Assad

Officials: Yemeni Warplane Error Killed 20 Soldiers

Airtel Launches New Packages for Postpaid Subscribers

19 Killed in Communal Clashes in Zamfara

Filipinos Still Trapped on Roofs; Typhoons Kill 59

Zimbabwe's Mugabe in Singapore for Check-up

Brits Warned After Kenyan Kidnaps

Israel Accepts Quartets Call for Peace Talks

Halle Berry steps out with Olivier Martinez and daughter Nahla

Egypt Military Council Offers Concessions

Afghan Leader Gives Up Trying to Talk to Taliban

Hugo Chavez Sends Solidarity to Gaddafi, Syria

Abbas to Visit Colombia for UN Bid Talks

ASUU Suspends Warning Strike

Jonathan to Meet With Governors over SWF

EFCC Gets Fiat to Try 4 Ex-governors

Nigeria’ll Overcome, Say Gowon, Shagari, Ukiwe

Security Cordon Dampens Independence Celebration

Councillors Seek Abolition of Joint Accounts

Anniversary Calls for Celebrations, Sober Reflection’

Nigeria on Path to Greatness, Says Amaechi

Saturday, October 01, 2011

FG to Create Investment Centres Around the World

Minimum Wage: Kebbi Negotiates With Labour

Okorocha Declares War on Kidnappers

Gridlock: Borno Mulls Road Expansion

China, Tanzania Sign $1bn Gas Pipeline Deal - report

Group Launches 1-stop Platform for Mobile, Web Advertising

Libya: Moussa Ibrahim Denies Capture Reports

Niger: Libya's NTC Can Question Saadi Gaddafi in Niamey

Yemen Official Decries US Call for Saleh to Quit

Saudi Cleric's Discontent after Women's Rights Move

Three Wounded in Israeli Raid on Gaza

US: Thousands Attend Funeral of Executed Convict Troy Davis

US Issues Travel Alert after Awlaki’s Death

To Each, A Voice

Problems and Solutions

Kenya: Gunmen Escape with French Hostage into Somalia

Libya: NTC to Call Two-day Truce at Sirte

Egypt Police Clear Tahrir Square of Protesters

US Missiles Kill Pakistani Militant Commander

Hugh Jackman Reveals his Cougar Wife wants him to Quit Fitness Regime

Jackson Trial: 'A Bad Week for Dr Murray'

Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher reunite at Kabbalah centre

The Celebrity Hound

Not Yet Uhuru At 51

Mother of 4 to Die for Killing Son

Global Partners Now Union Bank’s Core Investor

US: We'll Stand With Nigeria on Security Issues

Jonathan: Our Country Will Not Be Defined By Terrorism

Yuguda: Western Education Responsible for Boko Haram

6 Boko Haram Suspects Arraigned over Bombings

NYSC to Reconsider Posting to Flash Points

Fashola Calls for Increased Productivity