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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

WAEC: Why Students Perform Poorly

Qaeda-linked Group Claims Israel Rocket Attack

Iran: Police Try to Eject UK Protesters

Angry Pakistan to Boycott Afghanistan Talks

US, EU Condemn Storming of British embassy in Tehran

American Airlines Files for Bankuptcy Protection

Syria: Turkey Raises Military Option, Russia Urges Caution

Norwegian Mass Killer Criminally Insane

Egypt Hails Election as Successful 'Democracy Test'

Obasanjo: I Talked with Ojukwu on His Possibly Expressing Remorse on Biafra

UN Accuses Syria of Atrocities

Egyptians Flock to Polls in First Post-Mubarak Vote

Princess Diaries Anne Hathaway is Engaged

AMCON Recovers 15% Bad Loans

Show Some Fiscal Discipline, Sanusi Tells FG

Ojukwu: The Unfulfilled Dreams of a National Hero

Obasanjo: Ojukwu was Remorseful about the Civil War

House Wants Compulsory Listing of MTN, Airtel

Jonathan: We Must Create Jobs or Risk Revolution

Monday, November 28, 2011

EFCC’ll Experience New Phase, Says Lamorde

Jonathan, Kufuor for Nigerian Merit Award

EFCC’ll Experience New Phase, Says Lamorde

Finally, Ibru to Be Buried Dec 17

Third Term: Atiku Accuses Obasanjo of Distorting Facts

Stock Market: FG to Bail out Stockbrokers

I Saw My Husband Through Bad Times, Says Bianca

Akunyili: Tribunal Dismisses Ngige’s Motion on Jurisdiction

EFCC’ll Experience New Phase, Says Lamorde

Islamist Vote Machine Cranks Up in Egypt Election

RFK Assassin Sirhan Sirhan Alleges Conspiracy, Seeks Prison Release

German Man Accused of Fathering Daughter's Three Sons

Pakistan PM: No More ‘Business as Usual’ with U.S.

Maritime Workers Allege Plot to Destabilise NIMASA

Now is Time to Break Monopoly in Power Sector

Gunmen Attack Geidam, Yobe Gov’s Village, Kill 4

French Father Charged after Boy Killed in Washing Machine

Syrians Protest Arab Sanctions Interference

Russia Sending Warships to its Base in Syria

Another 200 French Soldiers to Leave Afghanistan

At Least 16 killed in Iraq Attacks

FG Completes Privatization of PHCN in 2012

Egypt: New PM Seeks to Form Cabinet by Weekend

Pakistan Warns NATO Attack Threatens Afghanistan Peace Bid

Suicide Bomber Hits Iraq Military Base, 19 Dead

Congo Authorities Kill Three Gunmen in Poll Attack

Queues as Egypt Votes in First Post-Mubarak Elections

Egypt: Citizens Declare War on Abuses in Election

More Ethiopian Troops in Central Somalia

Belgium May Have New Govt Within Days

US: Obama’s Medicare's Drug Coverage Gap Shrinks

Ibru: Family Meets over Burial Date Today

Aregbesola: I Don’t Need Federal Allocation to Pay Workers

Court Dismisses Suit to Abolish NYSC

CBN: 82 of 104 Finance Houses Unhealthy

Gunmen Attack Geidam, Yobe Gov’s Village, Kill 4

First Private Refinery Begins Operation in Rivers State

FG Considers State Burial for Ojukwu

Saboteurs Blow Up Egypt Gas Pipeline to Jordan, Israel

Held 12 Years by FARC, Colombian Soldier Returns Home

Pakistan Border Fire Provoked NATO Raid

Angola LNG Sees First LNG in 2012

IMF Says No Talks Under Way With Italy

Celebrating Female Lawyers

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Uncertainty As Nigerian Equities Hit New Low

Arab League Approves Sanctions for Syria

Pakistan Buries Troops Amid Fury over NATO Strike

Indonesia: Hunt for Survivors after Bridge Collapse

German Police Battle Nuclear Protesters on Railway

Egypt on Edge Ahead of Elections

Wales Manager, Gary Speed, Has Died, Aged 42

Wales’ football manager Gary Speed has died at the age of 42.

UN Chief Appeals for Calm after DR Congo Polls Violence

Chinese Developer Livid at Iceland's Rejection of Resort

Israeli Warplanes Launch Strikes on Gaza Strip

Iran Moves to Downgrade UK Ties

Egypt's ElBaradei Turns Up Heat on Ruling Generals

La Liga: Barca Suffer First Defeat, Real Win Derby

Police, Opposition Clash in DR Congo

Yemen: Vice President Fixes Feb 21 Election Date

Pakistan Reviews US, NATO Ties over Lethal Strike

US Vows Full Probe into Pakistan Border Incident

Cautionary Notes on Constitutional Review

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Anyim, Governors, Others Mourn

Odumegwu-Ojukwu Passes

Jos Crisis: Death Toll Rises to 25

Osotimehin Tasks African Govts on Maternal, Infant Health

UN Approves $4m for Nigeria’s REDD Programme

Oyo Minority Leader Canvasses Federal Presence

NITDA to Research on E-Voting

Romanian Mayor Ends Hunger Strike over Cuts

Colombia: FARC Rebels Execute Four Hostages

Raising Standards through Media Awards

CBN Finally Surrenders to Market Forces on the Naira

Fractured Town Shows Challenges Ahead for Libya

Suspected al Shabaab Rebels Raid Kenya Police Post

Riot Police Use Tear Gas on Congo Protesters

One Dead in Egypt Protest as Election Looms

Morocco Islamist Party Wins Election

Three Killed in Clashes in Yemen's North

Pakistan Blocks NATO Afghan Supplies after Fatal Air Strike

Ruling National Party Gets Coalition Backing in NZ Election

New Egypt PM fails to win over protesters

NASA in High Gear for Mars Rover Launch

Six Killed in Baghdad Blast

Dim Odimegwu Ojukwu is Dead

Thousands of CentrAm Women in Anti-violence March

Pakistan: NATO Air Strike Kills 8 Troops

Dim Odimegwu Ojokwu is Dead

Moderate Islamists Claim Moroccan Election Win

Yemen Opposition to Nominate Ex-minister to form Govt

Bahrain Digests Inquiry as Protests Continue

Mass Burial for Jos Violence Victims

NPAN Eulogises Ibru's Legacies

In Paris, Investors Applaud FG’s Economic Reforms

Farida's Friends Link Her Removal to Subsidy Cabal

Buthelezi: Xenophobic Attack, Shame of S’Africa

Friday, November 25, 2011

Mass Rally Continues in Egypt Ahead of Election

CBN Enlightens Govt Agencies on e-Payment

NLC Seeks Full Independence of EFCC

Senate to Provide NDLEA Body Scanners

Atuche: EFCC Witness Contradicts Self on Loan

'My mommy's having a baby!': Selena Gomez shares her family's happy news

Jennifer Lopez Spends Thanksgiving in Hawaii with Casper Smart

Why Are Nigerian Leaders So Mean?

Egypt: Thousands Rally on ‘Last Chance Friday’

Man Rescued from Quicksand in Utah After 8hrs

CIA Officers Marks Death of Spy with Rare Request

Robotic Prison Wardens to Patrol S’Korean Prison

Gambia: Jammeh Declared Winner of Criticised Poll

Egypt's Brotherhood Plunges into Political Maelstrom

Three Europeans Kidnapped, Fourth Killed in Mali

Turkey: We Can No Longer Tolerate Syria Bloodshed

Syria Snubs Arab League Ultimatum

Ethiopia Dragged Reluctantly Back into Somalia

Pressure Grows on Syria, World Powers Divided

PSG Draw Up ‘Megabucks Beckham Deal’

Thousands rally in Egypt on "last chance Friday"

Russia Sets Presidential Poll for March 4

Russia 'Makes First Contact' with Stranded Mars Probe

Indian: Man Angry About Food Prices Attacks Minister

Relations Improve Between Barcelona-Madrid Players

Doctor: Gaddafi’s Son Needs Surgery on Gangrenous Fingers

Egypt Braces for Fresh Rally against Army Rule

UBA Targets 55 Million Unbanked with U-Mo

Sarkozy, Merkel Agree to Stop Sniping on ECB Crisis

15 Killed in Fresh Fighting in Jos, Robbers Kill 12 in Sagamu

Jonathan: Boko Haram’s Days Are Numbered, as Sect Issues Fresh Threats

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Lagos Ship Explosion: NIMASA Impounds Oil Barge

UK Advises another Bidding Round for PHCN Assets

CBN Suggests Tenure Limit for Directors of Quoted Coys

El-Rufai: I Complied with the BPE Act

EFCC: FG Denies Sacking Waziri through TV Broadcast

Alex Uruemu Ibru: 1945-2011

Kenyan, Somali Troops Attack Militant Bases

Egypt Truce Holds, Protesters Plan Huge Friday Rally

At Least 20 Bodies Dumped in Mexico's Second City

New Arrest in German neo-Nazi Murder Probe

Yemen: Saleh Orders Deaths Probe After Exit Deal

FG Moves to Check Privatisation Lapses, Creates Committees

Boko Haram’ll Soon Be History, Jonathan Assures Investors

S’Africa: Malema Appeals ANC Expulsion

Nine Killed in Iraq Explosions

Arabs Give Syria One Day to Avoid Sanctions

Jonathan congratulates Mrs Awolowo at 96

Boko Haram’ll Soon Be History, Jonathan Assures Investors

Court: NDLEA to pay Baba Suwe N25m as compensation

Arab Ministers Gather to Discuss Syria Sanctions

Egypt Unrest: Military Apologises for Protest Deaths

New England Snow Spoils Holiday Travel, Sparks Power Outages

US Military Legacy Rubs off on Iraqi Youth

Merkel: Neo-Nazi Killings Damage Germany's Image

Two Shot Dead in Renewed Shiite Protests in Saudi

Warplanes Strike Somali Militant Bases

Six Believed Dead in Arizona Small Plane Crash

M & A: Ecobank to Delist from NSE

Disastrous Bond Sale Shakes Confidence in Germany

"Disastrous" Bond Sale Shakes Confidence in Germany

Agric: W'Bank Okays $6.8m for Land Mgt

Agric: W’Bank Okays $6.8m for Land Mgt

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

France Approves Noriega's Extradition to Panama

UN: Saleh to Get Medical Treatment in New York

France Calls for Humanitarian Zone in Syria

Protests as French Nuclear Convoy Heads for Germany

Power Struggle in Bayelsa

Helios Acquires Multi-Links After Months of Tussle

The Man Who Would Be Czar

How Car Gift Landed Farida in Hot Water

RMAFC Cautions on New Revenue Formula

N277bn Lost to Waivers, Concessions

Naira Drops as Demand Pressure Persists

Waziri, Kid Glove Anti-corruption Fighter, Marched Out

Britain to Train Nigerian Judges on Counter-terrorism

PEF Constitutes Task Forces to Avert Fuel Crisis

FG Approves N1bn for Third Mainland Bridge Repairs

Pakistan Cricketers Lose Sentence Appeal

Egypt: Fighting Resumes Near Cairo's Interior Ministry

James Murdoch Quits Board of UK News Publisher

Turkish PM Apologizes over 1930s Killings of Kurds

Bahrain Govt Accepts Report of Rights Violations

Yemen: Saleh Signs Exit Plan, Protests Rage On

Irish Tycoon Ordered to Repay Bank Record $560m

Russia's Stranded Mars Probe Sends Signal to Earth

Libyan Tribes Protest at New Govt Line-up

Clashes Break Out for 5th Day in Egypt

Third Tunnel Found Under US-Mexico Border

Pakistan PM Names Liberal as New US Ambassador

UN Chief Condemns Cairo Deaths

South Korean MP Throws Tear Gas in Parliament

NNS Thunder to Boost Security in Gulf of Guinea

S.Africa Govt Eyes Stake in Steel Production

Judge Berates Media over Sylva’s Ex Parte Application

Jonathan fires Waziri, replaces her with Lamorde as Acting EFCC Chairman

Libya's NTC Unveils New Government Line-up

Egypt Military Offers Handover of Power

Pakistani Taliban Declare Nationwide Cease-fire

French Woman, Two Yemenis Kidnapped in South Yemen

Mexican Troops Find $15m Cash in Car

Ex-Obama Fundraiser Jailed for Fraud

Nnaji Extends Deadline for PHCN Staff Verification

Security: Fashola Gives Account, Seeks More Support

Judge Berates Media over Sylva’s Ex Parte Application

More Arrests Underway as SSS Arraigns Ndume

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Appeal Court Sets Lafiaji Free

5 Win National Merit Award

Toke Ibru: My Father’s Success Gave Me a Drive

NIPR and the Growth of Public Relations in Nigeria

Delayed Results: LASU Graduates Get Reprieve

Somalia: Bomb Blast, Airstrikes Kill at Least 13

Tunisia Enters New Era of Democracy

ICRC Visits Gaddafi’s Son in Prison

Ukraine: Tymoshenko to Leave Jail for Treatment

Pakistan Asks US Envoy to Resign

Boko Haram: Senator Ali Ndume Charged to court

Senator Ali Ndume, Boko Haram Spokesman Konduga Charged to court Remanded in SSS custody

Turkish PM Calls on 'Coward' Assad to Quit

Govs Bid to Secure Soft Landing for Sylva in Troubled Waters

Gaddafi's Son Betrayed by Own Desert Guide

ICC Prosecutor Concedes Libya May Try Gaddafi's Son

Egyptian Politicians: Army to Speed Up Power Handover

Egyptian Stock Exchange Suspended after Dip

South Africa Passes Controversial Secrets Bill

Two killed in Indonesia Football Final Stampede

International Space Trio Lands in Kazakhstan

Man Leaves Million Dollars at Italian Restaurant

US: Romney Slams Obama in First TV Ad

Police Hunt for Pilot of Abandoned Marijuana Plane

Bahrain Admits ‘Excessive Force’ Before Rights Report

Iran Boycott Mars Rare Middle East Nuclear Talks

Blatter, Caribbean Leaders Set for Reconciliation

UEFA League: Ibrahimovic Downplays Barca Clash

Egypt Unrest: Activists Call for Mass Demonstrations

Syria's Assad Seen Ignoring Gaddafis' Fate

PDP Heads for Appeal Court to Stop Sylva&'s Suit

Local Commander Made Libya Defence Minister

Lawmakers Abandon Deficit-cutting Effort

PDP Heads for Appeal Court to Stop Sylva’s Suit

PDP Heads for Appeal Court to Stop Sylva’s Suit

Monday, November 21, 2011

PDP Heads for Appeal Court to Stop Sylva’s Suit

As Minister, Ibru Never Collected Estacode

Anambra Returns 1,040 Schools to Missionaries... with N6bn to Boot

CBN Devalues the Naira, Pegs Exchange Rate at N155

Gas Revolution: Oando Launches 128-km Pipeline

2 Feared Dead in Ship Explosion

NNPC Rules Out Fuel Scarcity

JTF Arrests 13 Suspects over Damaturu Bombing

Security Firms Take Up Arms Against Somali Pirates

Britain Meets Syrian Opposition, Condemns Crackdown

Syria: Two wounded as Gunmen Attack Turkish Buses

Egypt: Army Issues Law Against Political Corruption

Secretive North Korea Opens Up to cellphones

Egypt Cabinet Offers to Resign as Cairo Protests Grow

CIA Spies Caught, Fear Execution in Middle East

Jonathan off to France Wednesday on Foreign Investment Drive

Jonathan decries delay in justice delivery

Bayelsa Primaries: PDP followed due process

Iran's Revolutionary Guards Dare Israel to Attack

Syria's National Council Unveils Post-Assad Plans

Yemen: Tribes Hit Base Near Capital, Take Weapons

Egypt's Army Denies Trying to Clear Tahrir Square

Workers Raise Alarm over NIMASA Destabilisation Plot

Death Toll Hits 33 on Third Day of Egypt Clashes

Inmates Harass Victims Via Facebook

Taliban, Pakistan Begin Peace Talks

Grand Deficit-cutting Effort Ends with Whimper

Global Economic Outlook Grim, China Tells U.S.

Naira Tops Agenda as MPC Meets Monday

PDP Assembles Legal Team to Tackle Sylva

Vaswani Brothers Deny N50bn Rice Waiver

Alexander Uruemu Ibru Prepared His Grave a Couple of Years Ago...

Nasarawa Pilgrims Protest in Mecca, Block Road to Kaaba

Guardian Publisher, Alex Ibru, Passes on

FG Moves to Defend Keystone Bank

Amnesty Window Has Closed, Says Kuku

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Food Security: FG to Collate Farmers' Database

US Man Charged in Foiled New York Bomb Plot

Calm in Philippines After Ex-president's Arrest

Germany to Compensate 'Neo-Nazi' Murder Victims

Syria brushes off threat of civil war, sanctions

A Suited and Booted Daniel Craig Cuts a Mysterious Figure as James Bond

Israel: 'Time has Come' to Act on Iran

Iran: President's press adviser sentenced

Israeli PM Reconciles Foreign Minister, Spymaster

Yemen: Progress Seen in Talks on Power Transfer

Blatter: FIFA Member Likely to Quit over Kickbacks

Thousands of Moroccans Call for Election Boycott

Protest Flares in Afghanistan against US Deal

Arab League Rejects Syrian Request over Monitors

Gaddafi Son to 'Get Fair Trial' in Libya

In India, Tibet Self-immolations Test Exiled Leaders

Parents of 'Adolf Hitler' Lose Custody of Newborn

Somalia's Shebab Vow to Defeat Ethiopian Forces

Egypt: Protesters Return to Tahrir after Night of Clashes

Egypt: Army, Police Charge Protesters Who Vow to Stay

Gaddafi's Spy Chief, Abdullah al-Sanussi, 'Captured'

Govt’ll Tackle Security Challenge Head On, Says Jonathan

Publisher of The Guardian newspaper, Chief Alex Ibru is Dead

Kenya Loses Eight Soldiers Since Somalia Incursion

Pakistan: Man with US Passport Blows Himself Up

Colombia: Army Shuts Down Farc Rebel Radio Station

Iran: Army Tests Defences as Nuclear Tensions Rise

Israel: Time Running Out to Stop Nuclear Iran

Grenades Hit Baath Party Building in Damascus

Spain election: Rajoy's Popular Party predicted to win

Egypt protests: Deadly clashes in Cairo and Alexandria

Syrian Baath Party in Damascus 'hit by rockets'

Last of Gaddafi’s Sons, Saif al-Islam, Finally Captured

First Lady Commends Rivers Child Education Initiatives

FG Allocates N1.5bn for Egbin Plant Repairs

FG to Deepen ICT as Core Component for Economic Growth

Govt’ll Tackle Security Challenge Head On, Says Jonathan

Bandits Storm Kogi Police Station, Kill Two Cops, Attack Bank

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Anambra Lawmaker Faults Tribunal Judgement

Union Leaders Forced Consultant to Delete Bio-data in Lokoja, Others

PDP Chieftain Slumps, Dies

Bauchi Guber: CPC Candidate to Appeal Tribunal Judgement

The Allure of Dubai for Nigerian Traders

Fidelity Bank Lauded for New ISO Certification

Ethiopian Troops Cross into Somalia

Libya's PM: Gaddafi's Son Will Receive Fair Trial

Obama scores diplomatic victory over China

Dissident Colonel: No Arms Smuggled into Syria

Egypt: Dozens Injured in Tahrir Square Clashes with Police

US: NY ID-theft Ring Recruited Waiters to Steal Info

Syria: Death Toll Rises Despite Arab League Deadline

ICC Prosecutor to Discuss Gaddafi’s Son’s Trial with Libya

US Ambassador: Social Woes Fuelling Boko Haram in Nigeria

S’Sudan Frees Journalists Held for Criticising President

Pope Visits Prominent Cathedral in Benin

Afghan Jirga Agrees Deal with US

Germany: Three Dead in 52-car Autobahn Collision

Libya: Gaddafi Son, Saif, Captured in Desert

Pope: West Shouldn’t Condescend to Africa

Saif al-Islam arrested in Libya

US, China Face off Over Sea Dispute

Two Afghan Police Killed in Clash with Foreign Troops

EU Hails Myanmar Moves, Reviewing Policy

Brazil: President Backs Dictatorship Abuses Probe

Iran to Boycott Middle East Nuclear Talks

Official: Syria Agrees 'In Principle' to Observers

US: Strike on Iran Could Hurt World Economy

UN’s Nuclear Watchdog Board Rebukes Defiant Iran

United’s Cleverley Out for Longer than Expected

US: State of Emergency Declared in Reno Wildfire

Scientists Warn: More Extreme Weather Coming

UN Restores Libya Membership in Human Rights Panel

Italian Banks May Need $8.2 Billion in Capital

Euro Rises on ECB Sovereign-Debt Purchases

Goldman Sachs Names 261 Managing Directors

Mariah Carey's Baby Nursery Cost How Much?!

Gosling vs. Cooper: Protests over PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive

UN Building: FG Yet to Provide Alternative Accommodation

Pope in Benin, Preaches against Capitalism

Pirates Hijack Chevron's Vessel

Court Strikes Out Suit against SAN

Jonathan Lauds CBN Reforms

UN House Bomb Blast... the Amazing Survival Story of a Victim

October Revenue Allocation Stalled, FAAC Meeting Deadlocked

Boko Haram's Ambition Growing, US Warns

Friday, November 18, 2011

Population Explosion: FG Suggests Improved Family Planning

Boko Haram: FG Receives Draft White Paper

NCAA Warns Foreign Airlines against Exploitation

PHCN Workers Organise Prayers, Resume Work for 2 Weeks

PIB Not Before Senate, Says Abe

Brown: Nigeria Must Invest in Human Capital

Customs Impounds Arms, Ammunition at MMIA

US-based Nigerian Lawyer Remanded in Custody

FG to Set up Diaspora Commission

PENGASSAN Directs PEF Workers to Commence Strike

Again, ASUU Threatens Indefinite Strike

Mimiko: Govs Yet to Decide on Amending Minimum Wage Act

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Attacks on Corps Members Irritate Aregbesola

Alternative Route as Ejigbo-Ikotun Road Gets Attention

PDP: No Court Can Stop Primary Election

Why Sacked Govt Agencies’re Yet to Leave the Ports

Russian Military Chief: War Risks Have Grown

Lisbon Court Won't Send Fugitive to US

Syria: Assad’s Uncle Calls for Him to Step Down

Powers Pressure Iran, IAEA Chief ‘Alerts World’

California Court Opens Way for US Gay Marriage Case

National Honours Award: Ad Spending Doubles

Jonathan May Ban Rice Importation in 2012 Budget Speech

Rocket 'Fired Near Major Afghan Meeting'

Drug Tunnel Joining Mexico to US is Found

ASEAN Gambles on Myanmar's Regional Leadership

Court Frees Ailing Khmer Rouge Defendant

Jonathan Warns Constitution Review Committee of Controversial Areas

Subsidy: Jonathan Fails to Convince N'Assembly

Obama Tells Asia, US ‘Here to Stay’

IAEA Seeks Iran Mission to Address Nuclear Fears

Kenya Offers to Boost AU Force in Somalia

Polish Finance, Foreign Ministers Retained

France Summons Israeli Ambassador over Strike on Gaza

Syria Crisis: Arab League Issues Assad Ultimatum

Tears as Murdered Banker is Laid to Rest

China: Mugabe is an Old Friend

Occupy Seattle: Outcry as 84-year-old Hit with Pepper Spray

Man Arrested in White House Shooting Incident

Tears as Murdered Banker’s Laid to Rest

Subsidy: Jonathan Fails to Convince National Assembly

NPC: Lagos Senators Fail to Stop Bode George's Wife

Subsidy: Jonathan Fails to Convince N’Assembly

NPC: Lagos Senators Fail to Stop Bode George’s Wife

Alleged Fraud: EFCC Files Charges against Lagos Speaker

US to Spend $56.3m on Family Planning, Maternal Health

Agbakoba Proposes Private Bill on Air Cabotage

Jimoh Ibrahim Commends MD of Air Nigeria

FRSC: Nigerian Roads Second Worst in the World

Tears as Murdered Banker’s Laid to Rest

Subsidy: Jonathan Fails to Convince N’Assembly

NPC: Lagos Senators Fail to Stop Bode George’s Wife

Arise o Great Ife!...(1)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

NPC: Lagos Senators Fail to Stop Bode George’s Wife

George Clooney on Brad Pitt Retirement: I Don't See it Happening

NDDC, a Failure, Says Mark

Twin-explosion Causes Panic in Abuja

...SSS Quizzes Union Leaders over Protest

Return to Work or Face the Music, PHCN Tells Workers

FG Asks BA, Virgin to Pay Nigerians N3.3bn

Nationalised Banks Yet to Get Court Order

Subsidy: Jonathan Fails to Convince N’Assembly

New Crew Arrives at ISS

End Night Raids Before Afghan Deal, Karzai Tells US

Obama Boosts US Military in Australia, Reassures China

Review: iOs 5 vs Andriod

S’Africa: Malema Slams ANC’s Disciplinary Witch Hunt

Bank of England Warns Recession Looming

UK: Unemployment Increases to 2.62m

Italy Unveils Technocrat Cabinet

Public Procurement Act: FEC Directs Investigation, Prosecution of Company, Public Servants

Discordant Tunes Emanate from Jonathan’s NASS Members Parley

Syrian Army Defectors Attack Security Complex

Blast Hits Iranian Pilgrim Bus, Two Dead

China Questions US-Australia Military Cooperation

Karzai Outlines Conditions for US Bases in Afghanistan

Pakistani: US Missiles Kill 18 Taliban Militants

Syria Crisis: Arab Ministers Consider Increasing Pressure

Obama Begins Australia Visit

Ohio Executes Man for Killing Three Sons in 1982

Lost JFK Assassination Tapes Discovered

Female Presidential Candidate Egypt army kills hope

Niger: Gaddafi’s Son Stays Until UN Lifts Travel Ban

IMF Renews Afghan Ties, Approves Loan Deal

At Last, Arik Gets 7 Slots to Heathrow

Daredevil Robbers Kill 4, Abduct Policeman

Jonathan Threatens Sudden Justice to Terrorists, Sponsors

Jonathan Appoints Stanley, Olorunsola Heads of PPPRA, DPR

High Court Halts Operations of Nationalised Banks

NAPTIP Uncovers 8 Human Trafficking Routes

Jonathan, N'Assembly Leadership Meet over Subsidy

House Wants New Number Plate Project Halted

Boko Haram: Mark Assures Military of Funds

Air Nigeria Resumes Operation, Re-assures Travellers of Safety

Electricity Workers Protest Army Occupation of PHCN Facilities

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

550 Pilgrims Return Home

Fashola Charges FG on FoI Act Implementation

Presbyterian Prelate Advises Jonathan on Boko Haram

Kanu Foundation Spends $4.2m on Heart Operation

'How Akingbola Allegedly Siphoned N18.6bn'

EFCC Arraigns US-based Nigerian Lawyer

Justice Musdapher Declares Plea Bargain Illegal, Dubious

20 Die in NURTW Factional Clash in Sango Ota

Wogu and the Agenda of Transforming the Industrial Landscape

Swaniker Forges Ahead...

US Seeks ‘Forceful’ Arab League Message on Syria

Lecturers Oppose Plans to Merge Schools

Cost of Contracts: A Timely Template

Jonathan: Nigeria’s Safe for Visitors

Market Turmoil as Italy's Monti Strikes Deal on New Cabinet

Philippines: Gloria Arroyo Stopped from Boarding Plane

US Seeks ‘Forceful’ Arab League Message on Syria

Turkey: Syria on ‘Knife-edge,’ May Cut Power

Bomb Destroys Kenya Police Car in Refugee Camp

Security Men Block Sylva

At Least 20 killed in South Africa Highway Crash

Symbolic 'War Crimes' Tribunal to Try Bush, Blair

Saudi Arabia, South Korea in Nuclear Cooperation Deal

Syria: More Than 70 Killed in Violence

Police Clear Birthplace of Anti-Wall Street Protests

Ukraine Parliament Rejects Ex-PM, Tymoshenko’s, Reprieve

US: Pre-dawn Raid Clears Occupy Oakland Camp

Australia PM Pushes for Vote on Gay Marriage

US Drone Kills Six Militants in Pakistan

European Stocks Drop as Monti Faces Resistance

Italy: Monti Aims to Stay Until 2013

Republican Cain Stumbles in Libya Gaffe

EU Govts Agree to Keep Food Aid Scheme Until 2014

Co-founder of Social Network, Diaspora Dies at 22

Shema Inaugurates N.9bn Governor’s Lodge

Dubai Air Show: Huge Plane Deal Defies Global Slowdown

Man Mauled to Death by 188-stone Pet Hippo

Jordan's King Urges Syria's Assad to Step Down

EU Imposes New Sanctions on Syria

Gloves Off as Egypt's Election Race Heats Up

Truce Agreed Between Rival Militias in Libya

Monday, November 14, 2011

Bayelsa Election: Sylva May Face Harsher Times

Why Dangote Got GCON, by Jonathan

PDP Files Petition on Council Polls

Bomb Blast as Shettima Returns to Maiduguri

Govt Equal to Boko Haram Challenge, Says Defence Minister

Oil Blocks: Shell, NNPC Yet to Agree on Operatorship

Fashola Presents N485.29bn Budget Proposal

N4.5bn Pension Scam: EFCC Arraigns 40 Suspects

Air Nigeria Engineers on Strike over Unserviceable Aircraft

THISDAY Makes History with 224 page Package

FG Drafts Soldiers to PHCN Facilities Nationwide

75 UI Graduates Bag First Class Honours

FG Okays N33bn to Boost Tertiary Education

Shema Inaugurates N.9bn Governor’s Lodge

Fire Outbreak Kills Woman, 5-year-old Baby

A Pox on This Subsidy Debate

Chelsea Clinton is Hired by NBC News

Myanmar: Suu Kyi Urges Peace Talks, Prisoner Release

Israeli Generals Fight Gender Segregation in Ranks

Russia Sends Astronauts Back to Space after Mishaps

Norway Killer Admits Massacre in First Public Statement

Germany Faces Rival Netherlands in Friendly

'Suicide Bomber' Shot Dead Near Afghan Jirga Site

Cain's wife: Sex harassment claims don't ring true

Italy Crisis: Monti Moves to Form New Govt

Some Plants Restart in Flood-hit Thai Industrial Parks

Syria Defiant over Arab League Suspension

Germany Promises Better Policing after Neo-Nazi Killings

Morocco Islamists Seek to Follow Tunisia's Example

Neo-Nazi Murders, Film Confession Shock Germany

UK: Judge to Begin Phone-hack Probe

French Hostages 'Freed in Yemen'

Taliban: We Have Govt's Jirga Security Plan

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Harry Belafonte Talks Wall Street Protests, Obama and Gambling

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Boko Haram Linked to Algeria's al Qaeda

Boko Haram Linked to Algeria’s al Qaeda

Suswam’s Media Adviser Escapes Murder Attempt

Enang: Bill to Amend SWF Before N’Assembly

Shell Reports Fresh Oil Spill on Adibawa Delivery Line

Respect for BASA Agreement Informed Action on BA, Says FG

Vienna Mansion: Diezani Petitions National Intelligence Agency

Boko Haram Has Ties with al Qaeda, Says Algeria

NDIC Weighs Bridge Bank Option for Savannah, SGBN

Aregbesola Moves to Raise IGR to N10bn

Anyim: FG Committed to Education, Agric Devt

FUTA Honours Mimiko, Shonekan at Convocation

Jobs: Olaniyonu Explains How Applicants Were Selected

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Cracks Show as Arab League to Meet Again on Syria

Utah Man Receives War Medals 66 Years Late

Rival Libyan Militias Clash Near Military Base

Boko Haram Linked to Algeria’s al Qaeda

Violence Flares After Arab League Suspends Syria

Turkey Seeks Syria Security Guarantee on Missions

Syria Calls for Arab League Meet to Avert Suspension

Mexico Crash Co-pilot Told Brother Craft Faulty

New Greek Govt in Race Against Time

Japanese Watchdog May Seek Levy on Olympus Corp

Italy President Races to Appoint New Government

China: Mine Deaths Hit 34, Separate Incident Traps 7

Turkey Claims Crowds Attack its Syrian Missions

Police Wrest Control of Rio's Largest Favela from Drug Gangs

Obama: US, Russia Seek 'Common Response' on Iran

Italy Crisis: Silvio Berlusconi Finally Resigns

Sudan Rebels in Darfur, Border States Sign Alliance

EU Commits to Libya as Ashton Opens Tripoli Mission

Liberian Opposition Wants Sirleaf Re-election Annulled

Turkey: Death Toll Rises to 40 Dead in Latest Quake

Mexico: Minister Mourned, Fog Likely Behind Crash

Loss Blots Casillas’ Record-equalling Spanish Appearance

Saturday, November 12, 2011

France to Assist Nigeria Fight Terrorism

State AGs Perfect Common Positions on Constitution Review

Fashola: Bad Institutions Frustrating Nigerian Youths

Again, NERC Wants Electrification Agency Scrapped

Polio: Amaechi, Governors’ Forum Woo Women, LGAs

WHO: Lead Poisoning Recorded in 43 Nigerian Villages

Palestinian UN Bid to Security Council Faltering

Anxiety Grows over Spillover of EU Debt Crisis in Nigeria

Fighters Clash again Near Tripoli, Several Dead

Corruption: EFCC Hails CJN's Directive to Judges

92 Germans Held in Polish Independence Day Clashes

Huge Blast Kills 27 at Iran Military Base

Arab League Suspends Syria, Calls for Sanctions

Corruption: EFCC Hails CJN’s Directive to Judges

Olympus Dumped by Major Shareholder as Japan Steps Up Probe

U.S. Stocks Rise on Europe’s Leadership Changes

Turkish Commandos Shoot Dead Lone Ferry Hijacker

Venezuela Rescues Kidnapped US Baseball

Asia-Pacific Summit: Obama, Hu Pitching Different Trade Agendas

Marijuana Deadline in California

Japan Opens Fukushima Reactors to Media

'Diezani's Alleged Purchase of 20m Euro Mansion False'

Greece Swears in Unity Coalition

‘Diezani’s Alleged Purchase of 20m Euro Mansion False’

Friday, November 11, 2011

Bayelsa: Sylva, Bruce, Alaibe May Be Out

Court to Rule on Extradition of Nigerian

Corruption: EFCC Hails CJN’s Directive to Judges

Military Allays Fears on Threat to Security

Power: Ita Enang Accuses Minister of Sabotage

‘Diezani’s Alleged Purchase of 20m Euro Mansion False’

Boko Haram: Tight Security at Police HQ

Buhari Denies Supporting Fuel Subsidy Removal

FG Set to Subsidise Power from 2012

Honours Award May Re-open House, Senate Rivalry

Uduaghan Floors Ogboru Again at Tribunal

Free Trade Zone: LADOL Calls for Conducive Environment

Liberia Seeks Reconciliation after Disputed Poll

Israeli Army Accidentally Kills West Bank Settler

14 Killed, Syria Accused of 'Crimes Against Humanity'

UN Committee Divided on Palestinian UN Bid

Woman Survives Attack by Killer Who Stored Body in Freezer

Mexican Interior Minister in Helicopter Crash

Mexican Interior Secretary Killed in Helicopter Crash

‘Shell Must Pay $1bn for Clean up Ogoniland’

US Afghan 'Kill Team' Head Jailed for Life

South Sudan accuses Sudan of air strike on camp

Greece PM to Name Crisis Cabinet, Euro Zone Shudders

War Dead: US Air Force Chief Takes Responsibility for Errors

Laptop Light Helps Woman Survive Turkey Quake

Turkish Police Fire Tear Gas in Quake City

Mexican Drug Cartel Tries to Silence Internet

It's a boy! Soul Food Actress Nia Long gives Birth

Guilty or Not: Al-Mustapha to Know Fate January 30

Governors, Presidency Head for Showdown

Jonathan: Nigeria Is New Global Investment Destination

Gunmen Attack Police Station, FRSC Office

‘Shell Must Pay $1bn for Clean up Ogoniland’

Bomb Scare: Lagos Tightens Security Measures

4 Die in Renewed Cult War

SSS Parades Ex-Naval Officer, 4 Suspected Pirates

Nigerian Pilgrims Get 30-day Ultimatum

Abiola, EFCC to Settle Out of Court

Auto Accident Claims 17 Lives

Thursday, November 10, 2011

FG vs UK: Why Rift over BASA Affects Airlines

Emirates Sponsors New Crossing Over London’s River Thames

Oil and Gas (5): The Evaporating Opportunity

Palestinians' Abbas Needs Token UN Win to Save Face

Iran Warns of 'Full Force' Response to Threats

Pope Planning 2012 Visit to Cuba, Mexico

UNESCO Halts New Spending after US Funding Cut

UN Warns Against Force in Iran Nuclear Standoff

Nigeria is new global investment destination –Jonathan

'Storm of Epic Proportions' Batters Alaska Coast

Soviet Scientist Denies Helping Iran Develop Atomic Bomb

Russia Eyes Regional Role, US Ties at APEC Summit

Suswam: Why We Softened our Stance on Sovereign Wealth Fund

Nixon's Long-secret Watergate Testimony Coming Out

Israel Court Upholds Ex-president's Rape Conviction

Banker Announced as New PM of Greece

India, Pakistan PMs Vow 'New Chapter'

S&P Upgrades Nigeria’s Banking Risk Assessment

Eddie Murphy Drops out as Oscars Host

George Clooney Loves Farts, Doesn't Give a Sh*t if you see 'The Ides Of March

Doctor Turned Serial Killer in World War II in Paris

Brazil: Police Make Key Arrests in Drug-infested Rio Slum

Mexico Security Forces Use Torture in Drug War

New Quake in Turkey Kills Five, Topples Buildings

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Senate Panel Holds Public Hearing on Subsidy Nov 22

US Relaxes Terror Warning as Nigeria Lodges Protest

Bauchi Police Arrests Illegal Firearm Manufacturer

Senate C’ttee Decries Activities of Pirates

Alleged Killing Sparks off Tension in Kafanchan

Customs Generates N602bn in 10 Months

In Benin, Woman Allegedly Hacks Actor-hubby to Death

Half-cooked Meat Inflicts 60 Nigerian Pilgrims with Gastroenteritis in Mina

Another Setback as Fire Guts Shell Pipeline

S&P Upgrades Nigeria’s Banking Risk Assessment

Jonathan Moves against Contract Inflation

Assembly Moves to Investigate Contractors

Family of 3 Die in Sallah Fire Tragedy

Govt Laments Impact of Heavy Rainfall on Roads

Pope Appoints Umorem Auxiliary Bishop for Abuja

Minister Tasks Lawmakers on ICT Devt

Abracadabra! Dutch Court Fines Magician over Act

Syria Opposition Wants International Observers

Russia Opposes New Iran Sanctions over IAEA Report

Mixed Feelings Trail CBN Cashless Policy as Date Draws Close

ICT Square iOs 5 vs Andriod Draft

CBN Cashless Policy: Altech Establishes Smart Card Plant

Afghanistan: Up to 70 Taliban Dead as Attack Thwarted

Iran Dares West, Insists on Nuclear Path

Tevez Fails to Report for Man City Training

Man City: Taylor 'Disappointed' by Tevez Absence

Toyota Recalls 550,000 Cars for Steering Issue

Religious Minorities Put Faith in Tunisia's Democracy

IAEA: Iran Moved Nuclear Material to Bunker

Russian Probe Fails to Take Mars Route

Huge US Air Base Returned to Iraqi Control

Russian Probe to Mars' Moon Fails After Launch

Toyota Recalls 550,000 Cars for Ssteering Issue

Air Force Morgue Lost 'Portions' of US War dead

Cain: I Won't be Derailed by Sex Scandal Claims

Russia, Iran Slam Release of IAEA Report

Toll Climbs in Deadly Colombia Mudslide

Arabs Urged to Act as Syria Death Toll Soars

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

'Foreign Exchange Rate Volatility to Persist'

Jos Crisis: NEMA, CAN Resolve Feud over Relief to Victims

Sokoto Spends N45m on Physically Challenged Persons

Why Environmental Challenges Persist, by Experts

Farmers-Fulani Clash Claims 2 Lives, Injures 9 in Katsina

16 Killed, 10 Injured in Okene Accident

JTF Recovers Dangerous Weapons in Maiduguri

'80m Phones Used in Nigeria'

Africa Leads World in Mobile Commerce

Govt Purchases N400m Road Construction Equipment

Residents Lament Dumping of 2-week-old Baby

Toll: Ex-FERMA Chief Seeks Support for FG's Measure

Akpabio Woos Investors from Australia, UAE

OPEC Oil Output Hits 30.05mbpd in October

Jonathan Flags off Economic Summit Tomorrow

PIB: Senate Meets NNPC, PPPRA, Oil Majors

Boko Haram: US Trains Nigerian Soldiers on Counter Terrorism

The Issue is Still Quality of Life

UN Panel Draft: No Consensus on Palestinian UN Bid

IAEA: Iran Worked on Nuclear Bomb Design

Foundation Rewards Teachers, Emphasises Mentoring

Exploring Best Practises, Innovations in Education

Tunisian Court Orders Extradition of Ex-Libyan PM

Exam Ethics: Nigerians Ready to Transform Education

Official: 16 Hindus Die in Stampede in India

Pilgrims Perform Final Hajj Rituals

Boxing: Ali Leads Frazier Tributes

Liberia: Sirleaf Poised for Re-election in Tense Vote

Israel: Barak Down Plays Attacking Iran

Roadside Bomb Kills 11 in Afghan

US Presidential Hopeful Denies New Sex Accusations

US: Man Guilty of Marrying Girl to Polygamist Sect Leader

Another Earthquake Shakes Oklahoma

Katherine Jackson: Justice Has Finally Been Served

Syria Regime, Opposition Plead for Help

Prostitutes Found in Mexico Jail

Germany Warns against Debating Strike on Iran

New Cain Sex Accuser Goes Public in New York

More US Residents Living in Poverty than Previously Thought

Katherine Jackson: "Justice Has Finally Been Served"

Olympus Admits it Hid Losses for Decades

Violence, Boycott Cast Gloom Over Liberia's Run-off

Boxer Frazier, Ali's Greatest Foe, Dies

Guilty! The Verdict for Jackson’s Doctor

Azazi: America's Unhealthy Warning is Creating Tension

Joe Frazier, Boxing Champ, Dies at Age 67

Azazi: America’s Unhealthy Warning is Creating Tension

Monday, November 07, 2011

Sylva Weighs Options, Seeks Spiritual Help

Nigerian Pilgrims Begin Homeward Journey Nov 11

Power Sector Problem Three-fold, Says Ngige

FG Grants BA One-week Extension

Guilty! The Verdict for Jackson’s Doctor

N450bn: FAAC Arm-twisted NNPC, Says Oniwon

Subsidy Debate Delays Release of Q4 Import Allocation

Azazi: America’s Unhealthy Warning is Creating Tension

Sino-Nigeria Trade Volume Hits $10bn

House Raises Questions on Bank Nationalisation

Boko Haram: Aliyu Decries US Advise to Citizens

MDGs May Cut Infant Mortality Rate, Says Gordon Brown

Nation’s Future Depends on Science, Tech

Kaunda: Nigeria Must Lead Child Rights’ Campaign

Again, Flood Sacks Hundreds in Calabar

Yuguda Pays Monthly Stipends to 50,000 Youths

Govt Closes 68 Private Schools

Mimiko: Why We Build Mega Primary Schools

Cult Battle: Gunmen Kill 5 in Bayelsa

Desert Wayfarers…

IBA Dubai 2011: The Conference that Almost Never Was…

Iranian Influence Seeping into Iraq

Mexico: Key Figure in Tijuana Drug Gang Caught

US Empties Biggest Iraq Base, Takes Saddam's Toilet

Navy SEAL Rejects bin Laden 'Fairy Tale'

Continental Airline Holds Inaugural Flight to Lagos Next Week

Philippines: Car Feud Kills Eight

Iran Accuses US, Israel of Gearing for Military Strike

Berlusconi Plays Last Cards, Denies Resignation Report

Carlos the Jackal on Trial over French Attacks

Russia Warns Against Israeli Strikes on Iran

Liberia: Sirleaf Seen Winning Run-off Vote

Third Woman Dies after US Helicopter Crash

Police: Russian man kept 29 dead bodies at home

Syrian Forces Enter Homs District after Bombardment

US: Cain's Support Dips after Sex Accusations

Final Push for New Greek Govt to Save Euro

Cameraman Killed in Police Operation in Rio Slum

Israel's Warnings on Iran Get Quiet Nods in Gulf

Gowon: Integrate Youths into the Nigerian Project

CBN Frowns on High Cash Transaction Volumes

After Tragic Years, Jos Holds ‘Peaceful’ Sallah with Unease

US Warns of Planned Attacks on Abuja Hotels

Port Reforms: FG Issues Ultimatum to Sacked Agencies

Arik Marks 2 Years of Lagos-New York Route

Gowon: Intergrate Youths into the Nigerian Project

FG to Establish More Varsities

Albashi: Ajimobi, Oshiomhole Condole with Dankwabo

Pirates Hijack Oil Vessel

Police Commissioner Confirms Killing of Inspector

NAFDAC Decries Abuse of Drugs by Youths

Amaechi Moves against Criminals

Oshiomhole Canvasses Nation’s Unity

Tambuwal Harps on Prayers, Sacrifice

Adeboye: God’s the Builder of Houses

Emir of Ilorin Advises on Neighbourliness

Aregbesola Preaches Fairplay

Ajimobi Wants Spirit of Festival Imbibed

Fayemi Urges Renewal of Faith

PDP Urges Sacrifice

NUJ Challenges on Peace

CAN Challenges Leaders

ANPP Seeks Rebirth

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Bamidele, Ex-Deputy Gov Caution Jonathan on Subsidy

Obasanjo Urges Unity among African Leaders

S’East Leaders Meeting Deadlocked

80,000 Muslims Take over Moscow Street

Mexico: Gang Sets Fire to Newspapers Office

Syrian Forces Kill 13 at Start of Eid

Profit-taking Halts Market Rally

Dangote Agro Sacks Hit 51m Bags per Month

Kenya/Eritrea Row over Arms to Somalia Heats Up

Colombia Rebels Reject Demobilization Plea, Vow Fight

Muslims Mark Eid in Shadow of Unrest

US Warns of Possible Bomb Attacks in Abuja

Bring Sponsors of Attacks to Justice, UN Tells Nigeria

Suicide Bomber Kills Eight Near Afghan Mosque

Israeli Air Raids Kill Gaza Militant

Muslim Hajj Pilgrims Perform Devil Stoning Ritual

Greece: Opposition Leader Set for Coalition Talks

FARC Leader: Colombian President Praises Army

Thailand Floods: Death Toll Rises Past 500

Kenya: Two Die in Church Grenade Attack

One Year to Go Until US Election Day

Saudi Prince Salman Named Defence Minister

Arab League Urges Syria to Stick to Arab Plan

Peres: Israel's Attack on Iran ‘More and More Likely’

Deadly Landslide Hits Colombian City

Boxing: Ex-world Champion, Joe Frazier, Has Cancer

Sudan Oil State Rebels Claim to Destroy Tanks

Alphonsus Atalobhor: Nollywood is not Hollywood’s Poor Cousin

Borno State is Buoyant, Not Broke, Says Commissioner

Aregbesola Pledges Commitment to Development

Atiku, Tinubu Call for Prayers

Saraki, Baraje Preach Love, Brotherliness

Ajimobi, Yuguda, Oyinlola Seek Peaceful Co-existence, Humility

Ekweremadu Urges Sacrifice, Condoles Dankwanbo

Put Nation First, Mark Charges Muslims

Over 136 Dead in Yobe Boko Haram Attacks

NEMA Donates Relief Materials to C/River

Dabiri-Erewa Warns Media on Use of FOI Act

Transformation Agenda: Jonathan Urges Patience from Nigerians

MOMAN: PIB, Not Condition for Deregulation

Can N19bn?Fix?Our?Airports?

Saturday, November 05, 2011

LASAA, Agency Clash over Naval Jetty

Massive Munitions Stockpiles Unguarded in Eastern Libya

Syria Frees More than 550, Seven Dead in Clashes

Pope Offers Prayers to Flood Victims

Homosexuals and the Rest of Us

Former Caddie Makes Tiger Woods Racial Slur

Blast Reported in Kenya's Large Refugee Camp

Ignore fears, boycott call and vote: Liberia's Sirleaf

Myanmar Clears Path for Suu Kyi's Return to Politics

Israel Begins Deporting Gaza Boat Activists

Pakistan CourtIndicts Seven over Bhutto Killing

Pirates Release Oil Tanker Seized Last Week

Jonathan Cancels all Engagements over Borno, Yobe Eid El-Kabir Blasts

Mu’azu Lauds FG Over New NPHCDA Boss Appointment

Colombians Celebrate Killing of FARC Rebel Leader

Muslims Gather on Arafat for Peak Hajj Day

Senior US General Fired in Afghanistan

UK: Major Road Shut as 'Several People' Die in 27-vehicle Crash

Head of UK Border Force Suspended

Global Stocks, Euro Slide on EU Bailout Doubts

News Corp Scandal Spreads with Sun Reporter Arrest

MF Global CEO Jon Corzine quits as big bet fails

Greece Needs Coalition to Protect Euro Membership

Dozens Killed in Attacks in Damaturu

Swiss Tourist Shot, Driver Killed in Kenya Attack

G-20 Rejects Extra Help for Debt-strapped Europe

Italy: Govt Hangs by Thread as Coalition Crumbles

Greece PM, Papandreou, Wins Confidence Vote

Mexico: Six Gunmen Die in Shootout with Rivals

Chinese Rescuers Save 44 Miners after Cave-In

Ministry: Colombian Forces Kill FARC Rebel Leader

Opposition Leader Released in Equatorial Guinea

99,000 Nigeria’s Pilgrims Arrive Mina, Saudi Arabia for Arafat Today

At Ojukwu' Birthday, Igbo Leaders Harp On Unity

Boko Haram Attacks JTF HQ in Maiduguri

Oyo Minority Leader Tasks Jonathan on Joint Account

99,000 Nigeria’s Pilgrims Arrive Mina, Saudi Arabia for Arafat Today

Yakowa Held Hostage over Zonkwa Killings

After 24 Days in Captivity, Baba Suwe Regains Freedom...

Mimiko: Poverty, Threat to Peace

Effurun Petrol Varsity Crisis Deepens

CAR President Trapped in Lagos

At Ojukwu’s Birthday, Igbo Leaders Harp On Unity

Appointment of New NPHCDA Bos

N’Assembly to Probe Ecological Fund

Pirates Seize Oil Tanker in N’Delta

Gombe Deputy Gov Dies at 52

At Eid El-Kabir, Jonathan Preaches Love

Police Parade Killers of 88-Year-Old Man

Friday, November 04, 2011

Between George Papandreou and Goodluck Jonathan

U.S. Records Slow Job Growth

Taliban Chief Asks Militants Not to Harm Civilians

Floods Encroach Deeper into Bangkok, Risk subway

Obama,Sarkozy Honour Troops who Fought in Libya

Flash Floods Kill Six in Italy

La Liga: Guardiola’s Barcelona faces Bielsa’s Bilbao

Carlos ‘the Jackal’ Back in Court over 1980s Bombs

France to Abstain in Vote on Palestinian UN Seat

Equatorial Guinea Arrests Key Opposition Member

Arab League Plan Fails to Calm Syria Violence

UN Climate Fund Rifts Linger as Durban Talks Loom

Mock Mars Mission 'Returns To Earth'

Republican sexual harassment furor boosts Obama

Insight: Same showmanship, new script for Berlusconi in Cannes

Tribunal Upholds Aliyu, Orji’s Elections

Afghanistan: Suicide Bombers, Insurgents Attack NATO Contractor

Syria: Dozens Killed in Violence in Homs

Obama Plows on With Plans to End Iraq, Afghan Wars

FM: Palestinians Won't Accept Less than Full UN Seat

Toll Plazas Return to Highways Next Year

JTF Mops up 5,000 Weapons from Maiduguri Residents

Oil Firms Fined N480bn for Bribing Public Officials

Lawmakers Walk Out as NEITI Report Splits Panel

Non-payment of N1.8bn May Halt NigComSat Launch

October 1 Blackout: SSS Parades 3 Suspects

Kwara Earmarks N13.347bn for Roads

CBN Laments High Unemployment Rate

Eid-El-Kabir: Security Seals Routes in Jos

Power: FG Completes N67.2bn Alaoji Gas Pipeline in 18 Months

EFCC Arraigns 4 Stockbrokers over N19m Fraud

Crime: Imoke Lauds FG’s Amnesty Programme

Police Honour THISDAY Chairman, Ojora, Others

G20 Leaders Consider Boost to IMF Funds

Dozens Trapped in China Coal Mine

Tribunal Upholds Aliyu, Orji’s Elections

Rivers Assembly Holds Public Hearing on N250bn Bond

Somali Rebels Vow to Subject Kenya to 'Endless War'

UN: Four More Dead in Western Cote d’Ivoire Clashes

Russia Set to End 18-year Wait to Join WTO

Syria Activist Doubts Deal Will End Violence

Mexican Candidate Suspects Drug Gang in Hit

French Paper Reprints Mohammad Cartoon after Fire-bomb

Thursday, November 03, 2011

Warsaw Airport Back to Work after Plane Emergency

Islamist Jihad Ready for All-out War with Israel

Israel PM Stops UNESCO Funding

Uganda Fighters Attack Military Base in East Congo

Gaddafi’s Son Believed to be Hiding in Sahara Desert

Rebel Deputies Urge Italy's Berlusconi to Go

Former Croatian PM Rejects Corruption Charges

Police Confront Oakland Protesters with Tear Gas

FG Slashes BA's Flights to Nigeria

Hugh Grant Visits his new baby and Stays for a Grand Total of 45 Minutes

Justin Bieber Speaks out for the First Time about Claims he Fathered a Love Child

PLO to Pursue Statehood Despite Israeli’s Measures

Seven Girls Killed as Train Smashes Into Bus

Four Elderly Men Accused in US Terror Plot

No Sign of Sustained Fission in Wrecked Japan Reactor

Study: Pockets of Poverty Grow in United States

Global War Crimes Court Seeks Gaddafi Son’s Surrender

US Finds Russian 'Merchant of Death' Guilty

FG Slashes BA’s Flights to Nigeria

UN Advocates Global ‘Protection Floor’ with Income Security, Health Services

FG Slashes BA’s Flights to Nigeria

Dangote Cement Declares N93bn Profit

Will, Kate Visit UNICEF Centre in Denmark

Pro-Palestinian Activists Sail from Turkey to Gaza

US Urges Assad to Step Down Despite Arab League Plan

Gaddafi Fall Cost Russia Tens of Billions in Arms Deals

China Completes Nation's First Space Docking

UN Launches Year of Cooperatives, Focuses on Devt

Social Malaise: Eminent Nigerians Canvass Moral Re-armament

Police Arrest Boko Haram Suspect in Maiduguri

Villa: False Bomb Scare SMS Traced to Students

Water Board Attributes Success to PPP

3 Policemen, 2 Others Killed

Dokpesi Loses Bid to Stop Bank’s Bankruptcy Suit

Kidnappers’ Den Located Near Police Hqtrs

UNDP: Nigerians’ Life Expectancy on the Rise

Shell: Current Oil Theft Unprecedented

Relief for Workers as FAAC Shares N611bn

FG Slashes BA’s Flights to Nigeria

House to Probe CBN, AMCON over N1.4tr Fund

Absence of Counsel Stalls Okereke-Onyuike’s Trial

Nigeria Loses N49.03bn to Poor Project Design in FCT, River Niger Dredging

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Radical Islamists Seize Control of Tunisia Mosques

Pilots Blamed in Russian Ice Hockey Team Air Crash

Japan Restarts First Nuclear Plant Since Disaster

Nepal Maoists Hail 'Historic' Deal as Path to Peace

French Weekly Firebombed after it Portrays Mohammad

Eagles: NFF Picks Keshi, as Siasia Heads to Court

Inequality Dents US Rank in UN Development Index

Syria Arrests Suspect in Estonian Kidnap

Wikileaks' Julian Assange loses extradition appeal

S.Africa Govt Could Fund $17bn Rail Upgrade

Greek PM Gets Cabinet Approval Bail Out Package

Man City’s Tevez Offered Olive Branch by Mancini

Fog, Crash Landing Bring Air Traffic Turmoil to Poland

Hugh Grant has become a father for the first time to a baby daughter with ex-girlfriend Tinglan Hong

Extradition: Assange Awaits London Court Ruling

Mexico: 8 Bodies Found in Mangrove Swamp

Turkey Hosts Summit on Afghan Future

Kenya to probe deaths of civilians in Somalia

Unrest: Syria Reaches Deal with Arab League

UN Panel Sees ‘Alarming Resurgence’ of Mercenaries

Asylum Boat Tragedy Shocks Australians

KPMG Predicts More Pressure on Firms

Customs Recovers Auctioned NIPP Equipment

Fire Reduces Nasco House to Ground Zero

Tribunal: April Poll Free, Fair.... and Jonathan Won

President, Govs Finally Agree to Stop Subsidy Deductions

Has Visafone Conquered the CDMA Market?

Boko Haram: Trial of Suspects Adjourned

Delta Varsity Turns out First Batch of Doctors

NNPC, RMFAC Differ on Debt to Federation Account

Nigerian Lawyers Help Dubai Break IBA Delegates's Record

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

FG Directs NPDC to Grow Oil Production to 250,000bpd by 2015

Nigerian Lawyers Help Dubai Break IBA Delegates’ Record

Boeing 767 Crash Lands after Undercarriage Failure

Israel 'Plans 2,000 New Settler Homes' after UNESCO Move

Brazil's Silva Heads Home after Chemotherapy

Peace, Devt Take Centre Stage at UNESCO Meet

Pakistan Players Guilty in Cricket Match Fixing Scandal

What Do You Make of This:

Palestinians Aim to Join 16 Other UN Agencies

Libya's New PM Balances Demands of Ex-rebels, West

Explosion in China Kills at Least 7, Injures 200

Group: Uganda Govt Harassing, Repressing Critics

Three Zimbabwe Businessmen Freed on Bail

Baba Suwe Gets Conditional Bail

Flood of Rights Lawsuits after Uruguay Lifts Amnesty

China Spacecraft Launches on Key Mission

Tribunal Rejects CPC's Challenge to Jonathan's Election Victory

Australian Teen Charged over Drugs in Indonesia

Thai Officials on Defensive as Flood Anger Mounts

Tribunal Rejects CPC’s Challenge to Jonathan’s Election Victory

12 Dead, Millions Without Power after Rare US Storm

Turkey Wants Afghan-Pakistan Summit to Reduce Mistrust

Egyptians March to Protest Activist Arrest

Hundreds of Rebels Killed in Kordofan Clashes

NGO: Israel Forcing Palestinians Out of East Jerusalem

Bayelsa: Sylva’s Fate Hangs in the Balance

Justin Timberlake: I'm No Action Hero

3,000 Nigerians to Miss Hajj in S’Arabia

NDIC Recovers N22bn Bad Debt from Failed Banks

Nigerian Prisoners Live on N200 per Inmate Daily

CBN Targets N155/N156 Exchange Rate Band

Bayelsa: Sylva’s Fate Hangs in the Balance

ICPC Recovers N13bn, Laments Challenges

Sambo Calls for Detailed Liabilities of NITEL/MTEL

3,000 Nigerians to Miss Hajj in S’Arabia

N100m Suit: Baba Suwe to Appear in Court Today

Court Awards Adigwe N.5m Damages against EFCC

Fuel Subsidy: Senate Panel Summons Okonjo-Iweala, Allison-Madueke, Others

2m Jobs Loss: MAN Blames Power, Policy Inconsistency