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This Day News Archive for March 2012Rss

Friday, March 30, 2012

Blatter: Brazil World Cup Needs Action, Not Words

Bin Laden 'Fathered Four Children' While on the Run

Man Killed as Israeli Forces Clash with Palestinians

Aston Villa Captain, Stiliyan Petrov, Has Acute Leukaemia

Mali: Rebels Seize Desert Capital

Resistant Tuberculosis: Our Daunting New Challenge

Rwandan President Lauds Ezekwesili's Contributions to Africa

Israel Fires Tear Gas at Palestinian Protesters

Can Nigerian Wrestlers Excel at London Olympics?

Mali: Neighbours Threaten to Close Borders

Kurds Struggle for Recognition in Syrian Revolt

Japan to Intercept N’Korea Rocket

Pakistan: US Drone Strike 'Kills Four Militants'

Thursday, March 29, 2012

FG Inaugurates Panels to COEs, Polys

Alleged Debt: I’m Not Owing Fidelity Bank, Says Dokpesi

Funeral Parade: IG Extols DIG John’s Virtues

Rwandan President Lauds Ezekwesili’s Contributions to Africa

16 Die in Road Accident in Kaduna

SSS Parades 7 for Kidnapping UAE National for 60 Days

Nigeria Needs N2.2trn Investments Yearly, Says Aganga

Four Killed in Soldiers, Youths Fracas

N32.8bn Pension Fraud: Perm Sec, 5 Others Remanded in Prison

Police Authorities Absolve Inspector Accused of Burning Wife

Concern Mounts over Fate of Power Projects

Customs Fast-tracks Clearing Process at Lagos Airport

Opposition Politics and Lessons of Senegal

Fighting Erupts in North Mali as Coup Mediation Stumbles

Angry Protests in Spain over Austerity Plans

Arab States Back Syria Peace Plan

Chavez Back in Venezuela After Radiation Therapy

Mali: Pro-coup Protesters Turn Back ECOWAS Leaders

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FT Endorses Okonjo Iweala For World Bank Job

London 2012: Go and Win Medals, Jonathan Tells Team Nigeria

Pope Ends Cuba Visit Criticises US Embargo

US Pressures Syria as Arab League Meets in Baghdad

Shooter of Florida Teen Appears Uninjured in Video

Florida Teen Guilty Of Killing Brit Tourists

Hospital Gives Aussie Couple $1m Baby Birth Bill

India's Military Weakness Revealed in Leaked Letter

JetBlue CEO Explains Pilot’s Mid air Meltdown

Lawmaker Chastised for Wearing Hoodie in House

MTN Gets Licences in Benin, Cote d’Ivoire

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

How Nyame Withdrew N282m Public Fund

NAFDAC, UNICEF Challenge Firms on Food Fortification

N’Assembly Asked to Address Oil Spills

Vehicle Registration Re opens Police, FRSC Rivalry

Tambuwal Rues Impact of Fuel Crisis

Mark Chides FAAN, NCAA over Foreign Airlines Arbitrary Fares

House Probes Withdrawal of N114bn Stabilisation Fund

Boko Haram Attacks Police Station, Military Base

Tukur Moves to Assuage Aggrieved Members, Revisits Ekwueme’s Report

SITA Replaces Maevis at MMIA

Shell: Nigeria Loses $5bn Annually to Crude Oil Thefts

Jonathan: Bombings Will Soon be History

In US, Nigeria Flags off Campaign for Okonjo Iweala

Brazil: Lula's Larynx Cancer in 'Complete Remission'

Pope Applies Gentle Pressure for Change in Cuba

Lateness: Gov Lamido Hammers Commissioners, Special Advisers

JTF Denies Holding Foreign National

Mali: Thousands Rally for Junta, Against Intervention

Linus Idahosa Passionate Bridge-Builder

UEFA League: Odds Stacked Against Milan as Messi Eyes Record

War Fears after Sudan, S’Sudan Border Clashes Continue

FBI: Gathered Intelligence on California Muslims

UN Rights Chief: Syria Authorities Target Children

Iran Expects Nuclear Talks on April 13

UEFA League: di Matteo Hails Chelsea Hero, Kalou

Supreme Court Divided over Obama Health Care

Bomb Rant Pilot Tackled by Plane Passengers

Pope Pushes for Change in Cuba, Govt Rebuffs

Nigeria, C’wealth Countries Partner on Non-oil Sector Devt

US Election: Gingrich Lays Off Staff, Refocuses Campaign

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Emotions as Chopper Crash Victim’s Buried

Nuclear Summit: World Leaders Agree on Proactive Measures

UN Building Blast: Memories of a Dark Friday, August 26, 2011

NNPC Tightens Conditions for Oil Lifting Contracts

Boko Haram: JTF Begins House-to-House Search

NULGE Chairman, 4 Others Die in Road Accident

Cash-Less Policy: CBN Exempts Donor Agencies, Embassies

New Plates: Senate, FRSC Differ on Revenue, Remittance

Alleged Forgery: Keyamo Files Appeal against Dikko

US Sanctions Nigerian for Supporting Terrorist Entity

Canadian Agency Donates $36m for Health Programme

Slain Banker: ‘I Never Knew Akolade as Pastor’

TUC, NLC Back FG over Termination of Maevis’ Contract

Mbu’s Funeral Rites Begin in Lagos

Soyinka Faults Proliferation of Tertiary Institutions

Anambra Plans Independent Power Project

Nigeria, C’wealth Countries Partner on Non-oil Sector Devt

Security Stepped up at Yakubu Gowon Airport

FBI: Man Stole Microsoft Co-founder's Identity

Focus in Trayvon Martin Case Shifts to Washington

Obama Calls for 'Balanced Approach' to US-Pakistan Relations

Madonna in Twitter Spat over 'Drug' Reference

Britain, Argentina Clash over ‘Nuclear Sub’ Comment

Al-Jazeera Not to Air Toulouse Video

Assad Tours Homs as Syria Peace Deal Accepted

Six Rugby Players Drown After Beach Training

Medvedev: Romney's Anti-Russia Comment Smacks of Hollywood

Lobby Intensifies for Top UN Job for Nwankwo

N’Korea Snubs Obama, Overshadowing Nuclear Summit

Sarkozy: Networks Must Not Show Attack Film

Turkey Ex-army Chief Rejects Coup Plot Charges

Syria 'Accepts' Kofi Annan's Peace Plan

It's Official: Chocolate Helps You Lose Weight

UEFA League: APOEL Cling to Dream Against Mighty Real

FA Cup: Spurs, Bolton in Emotional Reunion

Greek Snap Election Likely to be May 6

Sudan, South Sudan in Fierce Border Clashes

Pope Calls for 'Open Society' at Cuba Mass

March for Shot Teen as 'Cops Leak Drug Use'

Man Confesses he Removed Evidence from Whitney Houston Death Scene

Two Killed in Somali Rebels Mortar Attack on Palace

US Supreme Court Opens Health Care Reform Case

Obama, Medvedev Caught in Unguarded Missile Remarks

Colombia Army Kills 32 Rebels in New Offensive

Is the United Nations of Nigeria Our Answer?

Monday, March 26, 2012

Jonathan, in S’Korea, Woos Samsung, Hyundai, Daewoo

Senegal: Jonathan, Ekweremadu Hail Sall’s Victory

FAAN Drags Maevis to EFCC, ICPC

S’Court Upholds Joint Ownership of Ladoke Akintola Varsity

New Revenue Allocation Formula to Wait

Anyim: FG Spends N3 Trillion on Education in 12 Years

Power: Nnaji Orders Probe into Frequent System Collapse

EFCC: Waziri Asked to Return Official Properties

FG Decries High Importation of Rice

External Reserves Gain $2.6bn in One Week, Now $37.5bn

Pension Scam: EFCC Seizes Ex Director’s Houses, Petrol Stations

World Bank: AU Backs Okonjo Iweala’s Bid

Jonathan, in S’Korea, Woos Samsung, Hyundai, Daewoo

Tragedy as DIG John’s Mother Dies

Tibetan Protester Sets Himself Ablaze in New Delhi

Major Quake Rattles Chile, No Serious Damage

Turkish Ex-military Chief Goes on Trial for ‘Terrorism’

Okonjo-Iweala: Development Projects will Materialise in 2 Years

Okonjo-Iweala: Development Projects willl Materialise in 2 Years

Obama Hopes for New Nuclear Cuts

Slovenians Reject Gay Adoption Right in Referendum

'Gang of Blondes' Kidnap Suspects Arrested

Man Who Shot Florida Teen Fears for Safety

Senegal's President Admits Election Defeat

Tragedy as DIG John’s Mother Dies

STF Arrests Suspected Gun Fabricator, Car Snatchers

Chaos at Airports as FAAN Resorts to Manual Check-in

FG, GE Sign $10bn MoU on 10,000mw Power Projects

Access Bank Revises Vision, Aims to Be ‘Africa’s Most Respected’

German’s Kidnap Rattles Nigerian Security Agencies

Sunday, March 25, 2012

PHCN Security Guard to Die for Killing His Boss

Jonathan Arrives S’Korea for Nuclear Summit

FG Urges Virgin Nigeria, BA on Fares

UK Commits N61bn to Nigeria’s Devt Agenda

NEITI Begins Audit of CBN, FIRS, NNPC

Chavez Starts Radiation Therapy, May Meet Pope

Pope Condemns Corruption, Drug Trade in Mexico

Unilorin Hosts West African Varsities, as 13th WAUG Takes off

Mali: Bamako Returning to Normal, North Threatened

Arab League Chief Meets Maliki Ahead of Iraq Summit

One Italian Hostage Released by Indian Maoists

US to China: Use Your Influence on N’Korea

Russia: Annan Offers Last Chance for Syria

Mali Army Claims Upper Hand over Rebels Amid Coup Disarray

CAF League: Egypt's Al Ahly Held by Coffee on Return

Oil Rises Sharply on Iran Export Drop

Obama Warns N’Korea over Missile Launch

Afghan Shooting Relatives Paid Compensation

Toulouse Killer’s Brother Faces Conspiracy Charges

Ex-US Vice-President, Dick Cheney, Has Heart Transplant

Pope to Celebrate Mass in Mexico

Obama Visits Tense Koreas Border

La Liga: Real Thump Sociedad to Restore Six-point Lead

World Corporate Challenge: Obije, Olaitan Switch Camp

Senegal to Vote in Cliffhanger Presidential Election

Unity, Internal Democracy Top Oyinlola’s Agenda

FAAN Defies Court, Terminates Maevis Concession

Failed Talks Between FG, States Threaten Sovereign Wealth Fund

PDP: Tukur Wins, Jonathan Triumphs

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Security: Assembly to Review Law Establishing Neighbourhood Watch

38 Die Awaiting Police Graituity, Pensions

Boko Haram: ‘Why Northern Leaders Should be Sincere

Group Calls for Probe of Kwara’s N70bn Rice Project

Main One Cable Upgrades Network Infrastructure

Full Rail Operations to Commence May –– Sijuade

Street Children, Threat to UBE

Ezekwesili: Passion Alone Won’t Bring Change

Zik’s Children Disown Leadership Prize

UTME: FG Lauds JAMB as Science Students Demand Better Consideration

Five Boko Haram Members Killed in Kano, Maiduguri

Exploring Zero Subsidy on Petroleum Products

Mixed Reactions Trail New Cash Threshold in Lagos

Mali's Isolated Junta Seeks to Assert Hold on Power

Homs Pounded, Syrian Tanks Enter Northern Town

African Union Force Steps Up Hunt for Joseph Kony

On World Stage, Obama Confronts Nuclear Threats

Turkish Forces Kill 15 Women Kurd Rebels

French Gunman's Brother 'Proud' of Killing Spree

Whitney: US Rapper, Ray J, Slams Cocaine Claims

EPL: Taiwo Scores, as Wigan Stun Liverpool

Bamanga Tukur is New PDP National Chairman

Egypt: Football Ban Sparks Deadly Clashes in Port Said

Ethiopian Forces Target Another Somali Rebel Base

US Warns N’Korea Rocket Aimed South

I'll be back... in your life! Arnold Schwarzenegger declares to 'wife' Maria Shriver during speech

Forlorn Bobbi Kristina Comforted by her 'Brother Lover' on the day she learnt how Mother Whitney Houston died

US Lawmakers Release $88.6m Palestinian Aid

Brits Held in Peru Over 30kg Cocaine Haul

Pope Arrives Mexico, Condemns Drug Culture

AU Suspends Mali over Coup

Nigerians Sue Shell in London over Ogoni Pollution

PDP Set to Crown Tukur

The Diasporan Perspective -South South Diasporans to the North

Boko Haram Kills Two in Maiduguri

APGA Gets Back Registration Certificate

FG Urges to Explore Coal Deposit

Slain British Hostage Buried in UK

…Charges Board to Refocus NDDC

Nuclear Safety: Jonathan Parley World Leader in South Korea

EFCC Grills Hembe, May Ask Him to Return Estacode

Friday, March 23, 2012

Obama Urges 'Soul-searching' after Black Teen's Killing

EU Approves Pirate Base Attacks

U.S. Stocks Rise as Oil Rally Offsets Drop in Home Sales

Senegal: Wade, Rival, Sall, in Final Push to Woo Voters

Obama Picks Dartmouth President Kim to Lead World Bank

Africa Meets over Mali as World Condemns Coup

Arrest Demand Grows in Florida Teen's Shooting

France Denies Failings over Toulouse Gunman

Soldier Saved Lives by Throwing Away Grenade

Surprise US World Bank candidate

Mali Rebels Advance in North, Mutineers Seek President

Pope in Latin America in shadow of John Paul

French Officials Face Questions over Toulouse Killer

Afghan Massacre: 17 Murder Charges for US Soldier

Houston Drowned after Cocaine Use

Gunmen Abduct Delta Monarch’s Mother

Rihanna makes Midnight Visit to Kutcher's Bachelor Pad (and doesn't leave until 4am)

World Unites against Mali Coup Leaders

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Northern States Demand Compensation from FG

IG, Bank Chiefs Parley over Rising Armed Robbery Attacks

African Finance Ministers Meet on W’Bank Job

Refugees Commission Gets Fresh Mandate on Boko Haram

FG Sets Up 12-man Salaries Harmonisation C’ttee

SEC Probe: EFCC Grills Hembe Today

Osoba Breaks Journalism Rule at Book Launch

Boko Haram: ‘1m Internally Displaced Persons Flood Bauchi’

Rivers Spends N4bn on Expansion of Port Harcourt

Nigeria Eyes US Investors for Agric Sector

Terminal Benefits: NPA Retirees Wants FG Intervention

Positioning: WEMA’s Journey to the Regional Market

Food Security: Stakeholders Want Prioritisation of Agric Sector

Positioning: WEMA’s Journey to the Regional Market

Mali: Soldiers Loot Presidential Palace After Coup

Costa Concordia: Five More Bodies Found

UN Rights Council Orders First Probe of Israeli Settlements

UN Adopts Resolution for S’Lanka Conflict Probe

A Week in The Life of Nigeria

12 Killed in Massive Operation on Kurdish Rebels in Turkey

UN Adopts Resolution for S’Lanka Conflict Probe

Mali: Soldiers Urge Calm after Coup Announcement

Indian Player Dies after Collapsing on Field

GTB Targets 16% Loan Growth in 2012

NIBSS: CITs to Undertake Cash Management by June

Zenith Bank Leads Trading as Index Rises 0.29%

Australia Captures Most Wanted Man after Seven-year Hunt

Dozens Homeless in Southwest Mexico after Big Quake

Toulouse Siege Enters Second Day

Mali: Rebel Soldiers Claim Control of Country

ECB Chief Says Worst of Euro Crisis Over

India Govt Tries to Quell $211bn Coal Furore

French Gunman Dead as Toulouse Siege Ends

Policeman Stoned to Death in Violent Clash in Uganda

Mutineers in Mali Palace Attack

British Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Blast

US Teen Gets Life Sentence for Black Hate Crime

Israel Clears Out its Embassy in Egypt

Okonjo Iweala May Turn down World Bank’s Top Job

Musdapher Faults Wada’s Swearing in

North East Delegates Revolt Against Tukur

Reese Witherspoon may be Expecting her Third Child

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

EFCC Witness Testifies against el Rufai

ACF Drums Support for FG on Terrorism

African Court Hears Falana, AU Suit Thursday

Report Wants Nigeria Tagged Country of Particular Concern

Boko Haram Asked Not to Foreclose Dialogue

FG Begins Deployment of 88 Ambassadorial Designates

Civil Defence Parades 87 Fake NYSC Members

Apagun’s Death: Police Begin Probe of Call Logs

Libya: Mauritania Agrees to Gaddafi Spy Chief Handover

British Hostage, Judith Tebbutt, Released in Somalia

Russia, China Join UN Council in Call for Syria Peace

France Gunman Planned New Attack for Wednesday

Kano: JTF Kill Nine Boko Haram Members, Arrest Two

Reuters: Jonathan Backs Okonjo-Iweala for World Bank’s Top Job

EPL: Tevez’s Return Overshadows City, Chelsea Clash

Messi Breaks Barcelona Record

Kanu’s Heart Goes Out to Muamba, Named Olympic Torch Bearer

Senate Moves to Halt Football Woes, Holds Public Hearing

Parcel Bomb Explodes Outside Indonesian Embassy in Paris

France: School Killings Suspect Wounds Two in Raid

FG Reads Riot Act to Diplomatic Missions

Gunmen Kill 2, Injure One

Lagos to Prosecute 5.3m Tax Evaders

Segun Osoba’s Biography for Launch Thursday

Banks Risk Sanctions over Pension Scam

Curiouser and Curiouser...

An Unhealthy Romance between Executive, Legislature

SEC Initiated N30m Bribe, Says House C’ttee Chair

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Obasanjo: Boko Haram Shouldn't Deter Foreign Investors

Japan Boosts Child Healthcare with $7.8m

''Tobacco Kills 5.4m People Globally Every Year''

Amosun Harps on Good Education

FG Redeploys 14 Perm Secs

2 Injured as Gunmen Attack Police College

‘Autopsy Report on Late Egba Chief to Wait’

FG to Support In-service Training for Teachers

Tevez in Frame for City, Chelsea Without Terry

Pakistani Parliament Says No to US Drones

Strong Earthquake Hits Mexico Near Acapulco

‘Another Attack Against Us,’ Parisian Jews Mourn

Susan Justice: From Cult Escapee and Subway Busker to Major-Label Artist

Decline of Politics in the Age of Regional Agendas

Zsa Zsa Gabor's Daughter Files for Conservatorship

Did Richard Gere really Slam 'Pretty Woman' as 'Silly' and his 'Least Favorite thing'?

Doctor: Havelange has serious bacterial infection

Outrage Spurs US Probe into Teen's Killing

EU Corrects Ashton Speech Transcript After Israeli Anger

SEC Probe: House Sets Up Ad Hoc C’ttee, as Hembe Others Step Down

Egypt Prepares to Bury Coptic Pope

Deadly Explosions in Iraqi Cities Leave At Least 44 Dead

Syria Rebels Quit Eastern City, Army on Offensive

China Increases Fuel Prices Second Time in Two Months

France Issues Terror Alert after Jewish School Attack

Improving Muamba Breathing Independently

Assassination Overshadows Guinea-Bissau Poll

Russia Joins Syria Truce Calls as Fighting Rages

Tensions Rise in Cuba Ahead of Pope Visit

Monday, March 19, 2012

Excluded Contestants Threaten to Stop PDP Convention

Relief as Kainji Power Plant Back on Stream

At Last, FG Moves to Repeal Railway Act

Son, EFCC Raise Doubts over Egba Chief’s Suicide Theory

Will a Blackman Be Allowed to Head the Church of England?

Inflation Drops to 11.9% on Moderating Food Prices

Sanusi, Technocrats and All that

EU to Commit N20bn to Antigraft War

2 Feared Dead as Suspected Hoodlums Clash in Lagos

Labour Leaders Disrupt Promotion Exam for Directors

NigComSat Goes Commercial as FG Takes Delivery of Facility

Fire Guts Timber Market, Destroys 50 Shops

Number Plates: Ex lawmaker Alleges Threat to Life

N’Assembly Threatens IOCs over Environmental Pollution

Flood: Govt to Spend N1.6bn on Reconstruction of 9 Bridges

Court Jails 3 Indian for Contempt

Minister Orders Payment of Almajiri Schools Contractors

School Shooting Gun Same as Other Attacks

La Liga: Real Draw Gives Barca Sliver of Hope

Egypt Declares Day of Mourning for Coptic Pope Burial

Obama's Daughter Spends Springbreak in Mexico

Report: Joao Havelange Hospitalised in Brazil

British Journalists Freed By Libyan Militia

Romney: Obama Should Fire Advisers over Gas Prices:

Jessie J and Tinie Tempah 'have been Enjoying Secret Dates'

Paula Abdul looks Overjoyed as she Kisses and Cuddles up to her Toyboy Boyfriend

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Soludo: EU Trade Agreement is Second Slavery

CBN Raises Daily Limits for Cash Withdrawal, Deposit

From Berlin to Brussels: Will Europe Underdevelop Africa Again?

Jonathan, Others Set for South-south Economic Summit

Lagos Shuts Apapa Amusement Park

Oyo Workers Threaten Strike over Wage

Equities Reverse Gains As Credibility Crisis Hit Regulators

Maoists Kidnap Two Italian Tourists in India

Death of Consul's Daughter Spurs Venezuela Outcry

Killer blasts hit Syria ahead of UN missions

Pakistan Gunfights, Airstrikes Leave 50 Dead

Turmoil Threatens Obama's Afghan Endgame

Grieving Copts Bid Farewell to Pope Shenuda

Fidelity Restates Commitment to Project Financing

Two-Hour Battle to Restart Muamba's Heart

Dominant Button Wins Australia Grand Prix

Bolton Star, Fabrice Muamba, Still 'Critical' After Collapse

Christians Gather to Bid Farewell to Egypt's Pope

Syrian Security Forces ‘Torture’ Teenagers

US Teacher 'Shot Dead in Yemen'

Defiant North Korea Insists Rocket Launch to Go Ahead

Brazil to Charge Chevron Executives over Fresh Oil Leak

Russia Urges Syria to Support Annan's Efforts

Colombian Soldiers Die in FARC Attack

Bolton’s Muamba Still in Critical Condition

Libya Demands Handover of Senussi

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Power Reform: Electricity Union Scribe’s Opposition, Self-serving

Amosun Orders Probe into Mystery Death in Ogun State

TUC Hails Ekweremadu on Good Governance

Kaduna Killings, a Reprisal, Says Police Commissioner

Aregbesola Decries Rising Unemployment

FG Challenges Suit in Nationalised Banks Case

Rivers Tanker Fire: Amaechi Consoles Victims, Promises Assistance

Again, Lagos Co-opts Private Sector for Economic Summit

Ex-NGF Chairman Found Dead in Lake

Egypt Coptic Christian Pope Dies

Missile Plan: China Exerts Rare Public Pressure on N’Korea

Iraq Militants 'Free US Captive'

27 Killed, 100 Hurt in DamascusTwin Bombings

EPL: United Can Go Four Clear by Avoiding Wolves Bite

Wikileaks' Assange Eyes Australian Parliament

Afghan Attack: Accused Soldier Flown to US

Twin Bombings in Damascus Kill at Least 27

Libya: Violent Clashes Shake Benghazi

Russian ‘Smear” Documentary Provokes Protests

Afghan Massacre Suspect's Neighbours Shocked

Jonathan Promises Even Distribution of Projects

Power Generation Drops as FG Shuts Kainji Plant

Nigerdock: A Feat and Its Significance

Jonathan: Local Content Law Achieving Results

We’ll Fight Insecurity in North, Say IBB, Abdulsalami, Atiku

Friday, March 16, 2012

Lawan: Next PDP Chairman’ll Emerge on Merit

Panic in Lagos over Bomb in Ikeja

Refurbished NAF Helicopters Commissioned

Bandits Kill 10 in Kaduna

Police Recruits Arraigned in Kwara

Thai Taxi Driver Returns $410,000 in Gold to Owner

Bin Laden Plotted to Kill Obama, Petraeus

How Osama Bin Laden Plotted to Kill Obama

N’Korea: Launch ‘Satellite’ to Mark Founder's Birth

Turkey Considers Syria Buffer Zone; Annan Seeks Unity

Afghanistan Massacre: Hamid Karzai Chides US on Probe

Mobil Completes Platforms for 20 New Oilfields

S'Africa Forecloses Compensation for Deported Nigerians

Northern Group Faults Revenue Sharing Law

Godwin Daboh Adzuana, Mr Controversy, Dies at 70

Google Launches SMS Products

US Republican Race Shifts to Obama's Home State

Holding Breath for Friday Prayers in Afghanistan

Pro-Assad Rallies Mark Anniversary of Syria Revolt

First Crash Survivors Return as Belgium Mourns

US Renews Afghan Talks Commitment

N'Assembly Okays 2012 Budget, Jacks Up Spending

N44m Bribery Scandal Rocks House Committee

Crashed Chopper was Brand New, Says IG

Robbery: Ogun Decries Bankers’ Forum’s Threat

Appeal Court to Decide Salami’s Fate

CBN Plans Another Stress Test for Banks by June

Sandra Bullock: I'm Not Adopting Right Now

'I don't like the French, they're Arrogant and Smug': Gerard Depardieu Blasts Fellow Natives

Whitney Houston's Mother Cissy Blasts Bobbi Kristina amidst Reports of her Engagement to Singer's Secret Son Nick Gordon

Ondo to Pay N22,000 Minimum Wage

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Biden Blasts Republicans as Obama Re-election Drive Revs Up

Army: Soldier Who Leaked Documents Aided al-Qaida

Uganda Gay Group Sues US Minister over Anti-gay Bill

Two Soldiers Shot Dead in South-west France

Taliban Break Contacts, Karzai Orders US Out of Villages

Kano: Police Frown at Mandawari Media Reports

Senior Chinese Leader Sacked in Rare Scandal

Afghan Shootings: US Soldier Suspect Flown to Kuwait

US Defence Chief in Afghanistan as Bombs Kill 9

Two Turkish Journalists Missing in Syria

Obama: No Sudden Changes in Afghan Withdrawal

Sokoto Kidnap Mastermind Dies in Custody

Salami: Court to Decide Transfer of Case to Appeal Court

Court Denies 2010 Independence Day Bomb Suspects Bail

Korea Challenges Nigerian Varsities on Cooperation

Alleged N162m Scam: EFCC Arraigns Ex LG Chair, 3 Others

Oil Pollution: US Court Halts Proceedings

Kerosene Explosion Kills 11 in Edo, Delta

NAF Reshuffles, Appoints 5 Senior Officers

FG Uncovers 1,497 Illegal Migration Routes into Nigeria

SSS Parades Suspected Killers of Briton, Italian

Boko Haram: S’South Govs Condemn Link to Derivation

John: An Officer and a Gentleman

The Chopper Started Flying Low and Misfiring… and then Crashed

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Somali: Suicide Bomber Kills Two at Presidency

Azerbaijan Arrests Iran backed Attack Plotters

US Defence Sec Acknowledges Troubling Events in Afghanistan

Annan Has Syrian Reply, Seeking Answers to Halt Crisis

Parents Fly to Identify Victims in Swiss Bus Crash

Jonathan Laments Death of Police Officers in Crash

Mancini: Tevez May Return to Face Chelsea

DIG Feared Killed in Police Helicopter Crash in Jos

Obama's Approval Rating Up to 50%

China's Wen Jiabao Says 'Reforms Urgent'

Tsunami Warning as Strong Quake Hits Northern Japan

DR Congo Warlord Guilty in War Crimes Court's First Verdict

Bus Crash Kills 22 Children on Ski Holiday

DIG Feared Killed in Police Helicopter Crashes in Jos

US Asks Saudis to Lift Oil Output from July

Euro Focus Moves to Spain After Greek Deal

US Election: Santorum Claims Deep South Wins

US Dangles Secret Data for Russia Missile Shield Approval

China Adopts Controversial Detention Law

Cameron: Public Want Afghan 'Endgame'

Guess Who’s Wearing Camouflage...

Ibru Brothers in Legal Tussle over Federal Palace Hotel

Tension Mounts in Jos

Rumpus in Senate over Bill to Checkmate Strikes

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Ogun Denies Blaming Jonathan for Security Problems

FG Intervenes as NUPENG Shelves Strike

Jonathan Wife Visits Oyo as Security Officials Allegedly Assault Ajimobi’s Aides

Man Attempts Suicide over N15m Debt by Atiku

Power: Contractor’s Indifference May Cost Nigeria 2605MW

Fashola: Coastline Erosion, Sand Mining Threat to Lagos

Afghan Soldier Killed at Scene of US Shooting Spree

Cameron Arrives US for Obama Talks

Positioning Kwara State for ‘Shared Prosperity’

Domestic Debts as Time Bomb

Israel-Gaza Truce Taking Hold

Boko Haram Kill Two Policemen in Kano

Algeria: Death Sentence in Absentia for Qaeda N’Africa Chief

Plane Crashes After Rolling off Runway

World's Tallest Man May Have Stopped Growing

US Drone Kills Eight Fighters in Pakistan

From FDR to Obama: The Special Relationship

EU, U.S., Japan Launch Rare Earth WTO Case Against China

Six Arrested in UK Tabloid Phone-hacking Probe

Scores Missing After Bangladesh Ferry Sinks

Afghan Taliban Threaten to Behead US Soldiers

Israel, Gaza Militants 'Agree' Truce after Clashes

Obama: No Rush for Afghan Exit

Cameron, Obama Hail Relations Ahead of PM's US Visit

Guatemala Sentences Soldier to 6,060 Years for Massacre

Kenya Police Free Grenade Blast Suspects

Imam Dies After Arsonist Attacks Mosque

Two Former FIFA Officials Lose Corruption Appeals

Teixeira Steps Down as Head of Brazilian Football

Israel Threatens to Broaden Hamas Action

Afghanistan: US Massacre Soldier Acted Alone

US, UN Slam Syria Over Violence; Russia Concerned

Clips from a Human Zoo

Jessica Biel Flaunts Engagement Ring at Lakers Game

Monday, March 12, 2012

Igbos After Ojukwu (II)

Jos Returns to Religious Fault Line... More Dead

Court Jails Ex-NUT Official over N3.8m Scam

Makinde Condemns Incessant Attacks on Christians

Shell, Others Flayed over Gas Production Monitoring

Pure Water Bags, Taken for Bombs, Cause Panic in Kaduna

Naira Drops as Marketers Restart Fuel Importation

Ambassadors Get Strict Reciprocity Marching Order

Pension: Retired Police Officers Cry out over Pencom Deductions

Renewed Cult Clash Claims 4

NAFDAC Uncovers Fake Pharmaceutical Products Warehouse

Agunloye Challenges FRSC on Safer Roads

Deji Abiola: Court Begins Trial May 7

Privatisation of Refineries ‘ll End Massive Fuel Importation

Privatisation of Refineries ‘ll End Massive Fuel Importation

Afghans Lose Patience with NATO

Boko Haram Attack Mandawari Police Division in Kano

Three Dead as Israeli Air Force Pounds Gaza

Dozens of Bodies Found After Syria Massacre

Egypt: 10 Die While Digging for Ancient Treasures

South Sudan: Many Feared Dead in Jonglei Attacks

Somali Rebels Deny Involvement in Nairobi Blasts

Taliban Vows Revenge For US Soldier's Attack

Merkel Questions 2014 Pullout on Afghan Trip

Afghan Lawmakers Demand US Soldier Face Public Trial

Kenya Arrests Four over Deadly Grenade Attacks

Judge to Decide on Man's Right-to-Die Plea

Egypt MPs Move to Withdraw Confidence from Govt

Israeli Air Strikes Kill 3 Palestinians in Gaza

Fire at Turkey Building Site Camp Kills at Least 11

18th Journalist Killed in Honduras

Britain's FM, Hague, to be Sued over Pakistan Drone Attacks

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Access Bank Disagrees with Aribisala’s Suit

Fuel Scarcity Looms as NUPENG Threatens Nationwide Strike

Netherlands Targets N3.3trn FDI Inflow into Nigeria

Army Evict Occupants of Bakassi Resettlement Camp

Passengers Stranded, Flights Delayed as Darkness Envelops Lagos Airport

MDAs Gets Fresh Conditions for Contract Approval

Boko Haram: Aregbesola, Sultan, Bayero, Others Preach Unity

FG Requires N94bn to Settle Pension Liabilities

How BPP’s ‘Eagle Eye’ Saved N333bn in 2011

What a Week of Glitz and Glamour!

£1m Ransom Agreed for Slain British Hostage, Claims al-Qaeda

Suicide Bombers Hit Another Church in Jos

FDC Projects Inflation at 14% in 2012

Olivier Martinez Confirms Engagement to Halle Berry

Sarkozy Threatens to Pull France from Europe Visa-free Zone

Obama: Afghan Killing Rampage is 'Shocking'

US Raids Qaeda Arms Caches in Yemen

Egypt: Court Clears 'Virginity Test' Doctor

Congo: Tears, Smell of Death at Mass Funeral

Venezuela: Down But Not Out, Sick Chavez Seeks Re-election

Annan Meets Assad Again, Says Tough to Reach Deal

Mass Grave in Southern Mexico Yields 167 Bodies

US Soldier Kills Afghan Civilians in Kandahar

Bomb Blast Hits Catholic Church in Jos

Japan Marks Anniversary of Tsunami Tragedy

Kenya Blames al-Shabab for Nairobi Grenade Attack

19 Rescued after Ship Runs Aground off Sicily

Saturday, March 10, 2012

ECOWAS Court Mulls Appellate Chamber

North-East Seeks Free Hand to Pick PDP Chair

Fayose’s Thugs Beat Ex-deputy Speaker to Coma

Alleged Kidnapping: Woman, 5 Policemen, Others Arraigned

Killing of Briton, Italian May Scare Investors – FG

Arise Fashion Week Ends Sunday in Grand Finale, Fashion Awards

NCAA to Sanction Airlines over Flight Delays, Cancellations

IBB, Abdulsalami, Atiku, Others Meet on Insecurity

FG to Deploy N5bn Digital Equipment for Image Laundering

EFCC: Lamorde Makes Key Appointments

Rosie O'Donnell Feuds with Oprah

Thriving in the World’s Priciest Hotel Destination

Undervaluation of Imports Comes Under Scrutiny

23 Fuel Vessels Await Clearance at Lagos Ports

Japan Mourns Tsunami Dead; Grapples with Unfinished Business

Syria Crisis: Assad Issues 'Terrorism' Vow to Annan

Taliban Guantanamo Detainees Agree to Qatar Transfer

Witness: Sokoto Hostages Killed in Toilet During Rescue

Israel kills Four More Gaza Gunmen, Rockets Hit Israel

Syria's Assad Rebuffs Annan, Troops Attack Idlib

Officials: Judge Stabbed, Officer Shot in Washington State

Mexico Nabs Jalisco Drug Cartel Chief

Yemen Air Strikes 'Hit al-Qaeda'

Syria: UN Envoy Meets Assad As More Die

Cocoa Smugglers on Motorbikes Evade Ivorian Guards

Doomsday Preacher Admits: I Was Wrong

The Rude Guys At Oliver Tambo

The Diasporan Perspective

Israeli Air Strikes Kill 12 in Gaza

Syria Crisis: Kofi Annan to Hold Talks with Assad

Friday, March 09, 2012

Jonathan Condemns Tiv/Fulani Bloodbath

United Kingdom Deports 120 Nigerians

AGF Approved Opening of Police Pensions Account’

Okonjo-Iweala: How FG Saved N74b from Police Pensions

Women Protest in Maiduguri over Boko Haram

N’Delta: Kuku Raises the Alarm over Resurgence of Militancy

Death of Hostages Sparks UK, Italy Row

‘Poor Infrastructure Hampers Tourism Growth in Nigeria’

INEC Chairman Seeks Review of Electoral Act

Jealous Wife, Deputy May Have Betrayed bin Laden

Iran Nuclear: Netanyahu Warns on Attack Timing

Israeli Strike Kills Gaza Militant Leader

Discussing Style and Content

Stocks Advance With Dollar as Treasuries Retreat on U.S. Employment Growth

BREAKING NEWS: Boko Haram Deny Kidnapping, Killings of Sokoto Hostages

Blatter: India Could Host U17 World Cup

Pakistan: US Drone 'Kills Eight Militants'

Pakistan Taliban Demand Release of bin Laden's Widows

Pope Condemns Gay Marriage in Speech to US Bishops

Italy-UK Row Deepens over Nigeria Rescue

Diaspora Group Canvases for Igbo Presidency in 2015

Brazil Football Boss, Ricardo Teixeira, Takes Sick Leave

Campaign Against Ugandan Warlord Sweeps Internet

Greece Wins Support for Vital Bond Swap Deal

Women Call for Greater Equality on Rights Day

Syrian Rebels Reject Annan's Call for Dialogue

Nigeria Deaths: Italian PM Asks Jonathan for ‘Details’

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Erosion Control: W'Bank Commits $508.5m to 9 States

Designers Dazzle at Arise Fashion Week

FG Threatens to Revoke Power Contracts

Deportation: S’Africa Apologises to Nigeria

Jay-Z to Perform for American Express During Festival's Interactive Session

Digital Printing as a Launch Pad for Business Development

Oshiomhole, Osunbor Meet, Agree to Work Together

‘Oil Thieves Threatening Petroleum Industry’

Erosion Control: W’Bank Commits $508.5m to 9 States

OML 40: FG Okays Divestment of 45% Stake to Elcrest

Boko Haram: Northern Govs Vow to Fight Criminality

Gunmen Kill DPO, 4 Others

Briton, Italian Killed in a Failed Rescue Mission in Sokoto

Libya Brigades Promise to Turn over Strategic Sites

Mass Funeral Planned for Congo Blast Victims

Afghanistan: Soldier Deaths Will Not Change UK Policy

Russia says 15,000 foreign "terrorists" in Syria

One Killed, Five Wounded in Hospital Shooting

‘Call Your Men to Order,” Emir of Kano Tells Army Commander

Arsenal Agrees Deal for Cologne’s Podolski

Greece 'on Course' to Avoid Messy Default

'Vampire Woman' Helps Domestic Abuse Victims

Turkey, Tunisia Oppose Non-Arab Intervention in Syria

‘Call Your Men to Order,” Emir of Kano Tells Army Commander

Pakistan Charges bin Laden Wives with Illegal Entry

Palestinian 'Killed after Stabbing Soldier'

Briton, Italian Die in Hostage Rescue Bid in Birnin Kebbi

‘Hugo Chavez Going Home Next Week’

China Backs Down from Legalising Secret Detentions

Bomb Kills 4 Thai Soldiers in Muslim South

Tackling the Lassa Fever Epidemic

Airline Appeals Conviction over Concorde Crash

World Powers Tell Iran: Open Military Site for IAEA

Annan Urges Syria Opposition to Cooperate

NSE: Firms to Seek Financing Opportunities at WEF

Space Storm Could Hit GPS Systems, Flights

Australia’s Collar bomber Pleads Guilty

Chaos as Sydney Lashed by Heaviest Rainfall in Five Years

Syria: Deputy Oil Minister Defects to Opposition

Man City Fine Balotelli Week's Wages

Grace Kelly's Granddaughter Poses for Stunning Gucci Ads

Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Surfaces: Wrestler Claims he was Filmed in Secret

The Butler: Forest Whitaker may Join Oprah Winfrey in New Drama

Woody Allen Eyes Role in John Turturro's Comedy

The Man Who Made us Laugh

Syria: Red Crescent Allowed into Baba Amr

Qaeda Claims Yemen Raid Inside Job

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

ITB: NTDC Promotes Nigeria’s Tourism Potentials

N6bn Fresh Pension Fraud Uncovered

House in Rowdy Session over CBN’s Donations

FG Approves Conditional Dialogue with Boko Haram

Ekiti: Driving Governance with Digital Media Technology

UN: Int’l Patent Filings Experienced Record Growth in 2011

Northern Govs Insist on Revenue Sharing Formula Review

House: We’re Yet to Receive PIB Bill

IG: Why I Won’t Restore Road Blocks

Don Challenges Teachers over State of Education

Nigeria Deports 42 South Africans

Still winless, Paul campaign presses on

Russia Election: Foes Brand Putin Win an Insult

Afghanistan: Dozens Die in Village Avalanche

Norway Gunman, Breivik, Charged with Acts of Terror

US: Iranian General Key in Afghan Heroin Trade

UN Aid Chief Seeks Access to Battered Syrian City

New iPad unveiled! Details on Apple’s new tablet

Kolawole, THISDAY Editor, Named ‘Young Global Leader’

Libya: Leader Threatens 'Force' over East's Autonomy Bid

South Africa Braced for Huge Toll Road Protests

US Sends Suspected Pirates to Seychelles for Trial

Indian Journalist Held for Attack on Israeli Envoy

Six UK Soldiers Feared Dead in Afghan Blast

Asia Stocks, Europe Futures Retreat

Libya Leader Claims Arabs Supporting 'Sedition' in East

Poll: Hollande Widens Lead as French Campaign Drags

Sarkozy: Too Many Foreigners in France

Netanyahu Leaves US with Assurances on Iran

UN Sends Aid Chief to Syria, US Rejects Military Force

US Election: Romney Reaps Super Tuesday Spoils

Global Watchdog Condemns Boko Haram Attacks on Schools

Queen Latifah to produce talent competition for the CW

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

FG: It’s Now Tit for Tat with South Africa

FG Rules out Building of Refineries as Condition for Awarding Acreages

In P’Harcourt, Police Corporal Shoots Inspector over ‘Sharing Formula’, Commits Suicide

Kolawole, THISDAY Editor, Named ‘Young Global Leader’

46 Days After, Chevron Gas Rig Fire Stops Burning

Fraud: ICPC Arrests Ogun FMC Boss, 3 Others

FG Inaugurates National Refineries Taskforce

Boko Haram Kills Borno/Yobe Comptroller of Customs

NNPC, Customs, Navy Trade Blame over Fuel Scarcity

Netanyahu Meets Clinton as US Visit Winds Up

Keshi Cools off In Benin

Congo Blast Death Toll Nears 200, 5,000 Homeless

Financier Allen Stanford Convicted Of Fraud

FBI: $1m Reward for Ex-Agent Who Vanished in Iran

Hacker Ring Busted after Leader Turns FBI Informant

Notes from the Civil War

Lying Egyptian MP Quits Over Nose Job Scandal

Eastern Libya Leaders Declare Autonomy

US General Warns of Syrian Bioweapons, Iran Threat

Fresh Iran Nuclear Talks Agreed

Venezuela to Ship More Fuel to Syria as Crackdown Spreads

Japan: Party for Baby Whose Birth Saved Sather from Tsunami

Netanyahu Tells Obama: No Israeli Decision on Iran Attack

Super Tuesday: 10 US States Go to Polls

ECOWAS Handball: Nigeria Presents Three Refs

Indian Govt, Gandhi Head for Election Blow

Asian Stocks Decline on Economic Concerns

Cyclone Kills 65 in Madagascar

US Defends Killing Americans Abroad

Thousands Flee Australian Town as Flood Fears Grow

Chelsea: Roberto di Matteo Wants Passion after Villas Boas Exit

Madonna Slams Ex Guy Ritchie in new Track

Monday, March 05, 2012

Military Warns Criminals in N’Delta

Arise Fashion Week Kicks off Today

FG Asks Foreign Firms to Manufacture in Nigeria

Fuel Crisis: Marketers Get Import Licences This Week

Appeal Court Refuses to Defreeze Akingbola’s Assest

Obi Seeks Support on Erosion Projects

Again, Tiv/Fulani Clash Claims 25

Military Warns Criminals in N’Delta

W’Bank Boost Africa’s Food Security with $1bn

Diplomatic Fever Grips Nigeria, South Africa over Deportation Saga

Suspected Boko Haram Members Killed Trying to Burn Primary School

Lunatic Beats Security, Gains Access to Aircraft at Lagos Airport

Mark Berates Pension Administrators

Lawyers Tackle CJN on Plea Bargain

Militants Celebrate after Killing 110 Yemeni Soldiers

Obama Reassures Netanyahu Over Iran Threat

Guinness’s N56bn Investment Creates 200 New Jobs

Soldiers Recover Bodies from Congo Blast Site

Russia, China Step Up Syria Peace Efforts

Iran Orders Retrial for CIA Spy

No Injuries Reported as Quake Rattles San Francisco

Syrian Troops Pursue Crackdown in Deraa, Homs

Yemen Army Toll from Qaeda Assault Rises to 78

Prince Harry Faces Diplomatic Test in Jamaica

China: Security Tops Agenda at National Congress

Kano: Suspected Boko Haram Kill Two Policemen, Injure Two Others

Iraq Checkpoint Attacks 'Kill 21 Policemen'

'Bad Wiring' Caused Congo's Deadly Arms Depot Blasts

Libya: Detained UK Reporters 'Could Be Spies'

Onyemelukwe: Privatisation Review of Power Companies Inevitable

Sunday, March 04, 2012

Zenith Bank Wins Corporate Governance Award

Finally, FG to Hold Oil Licensing Round This Year

FG Asked to Provide Information on Renewal of Oil Mining Leases

US Spends $35m on Anti-piracy Trainings in Africa

Rivers, Israeli Firm Seal $140m Farm Deal

Odumegwu-Ojukwu: ‘Obi Paid Burial Bills’

Boko Haram Kills 4 in Maiduguri

FG, Others Owe PHCN N110 billion

Katy Perry's 'Part Of Me': Singer Reveals she was told to Lie About Song's Origins

Hackers Infiltrate Sony's Network, Steal Michael Jackson's Entire Back Catalog

The Entrepreneurial Fever

Romney, Santorum lock horns ahead of Super Tuesday

Venezuela's Chavez Needs More Cancer Treatment

A Date with Baingana

Putin ‘Elected Russian President’

Soldier Kills Motorcycle Operator in Kano

UN: 2,000 Syrian Refugees Flee to Lebanon

Israel 'Will Decide on Iran for Itself'

EU Diplomat: 150 Killed, 1,500 Injured in Congo Munitions Blasts

Chelsea Sack Manager, Villas-Boas

Red Cross Hopes to Enter Homs as Syria Boils

Venezuela’s Chavez Tweets Post-surgery: 'I'll live!'

US Forces China to Boost Defence Budget 11 Percent

Guinea: 50 Killed in lorry Crash

Russians Vote as Putin Seeks Return to Presidency

US Nightclub Shooting Leaves 14 Wounded

Poland Train Crash Leaves 14 Dead

Saturday, March 03, 2012

FG Tasked on New NTA Stations

Neurosurgeons Task FG on Surgical Facilities Upgrade

Community, Julius Berger on War Path over MoU

LCC Commences Free Usage of Toll Plaza 2

Why Corruption War is Slow, By ICPC Chief

Obasanjo: Lack of Continuity, Bane of Agriculture

Federal Allocation and Our Future

Aluko Buried Amid Pomp

Ozwald Boateng Joins 77 Designers For Arise Fashion Week

FG, S’Africa Hold Talks Monday over Deportation

PDP Plans Emergence of Consensus National Chair

Northern CAN Flays Campaign of Calumny against Oritsejafor

Egypt Parliament Starts Debate on Constitution Body

Judge Adjourns Costa Concordia Hearing

Official: Mistakes Led to Afghan Quran Burnings

Syria: China Urges 'End Acts of Violence' as Forces Pound Homs Again

Arik Resumes Flights to South Africa

Concern over Executive Recklessness

Reviving the Sunborn Yacht Hotel Project

Indians Vote in Final Leg of Key State Elections

Syria: Bodies of Two Journalists Handed Over

US Tornadoes Death Toll Rises to 46 in Midwest, South

Iran Touts High Turnout, Ahmadinejad Faction Losing

Capsized Costa Ship Hearing Opens

Syria: Aid Work Blocked As 'Bomber Strikes'

American-born Qaeda Associate Jailed for 27 Years

Obama Calls Student Insulted by Talk Show Host

Twenty Die as Dozens of Tornadoes Hit US

Friday, March 02, 2012

Right of Reply: Unity On the Cross

Arsenal, Liverpool Prepare for EPL Showdown

COCIN Buries Victims of Bomb Blast

Court Quashes EFCC Charges Against Daniel

Three Boko Haram Members Killed Making Bomb

JTF Declares Shot Col., Three Others Missing

Boko Haram: US Confirms FBI Assistance to Nigerian

Nigeria Adds Yuan to External Reserves

S’Africa Deports 125 Nigerians over Yellow Fever Vaccination

Goodnight Ikemba Ojukwu

Spain Busts EU Budgetary Treaty Deal on Day One

Obama Warns Against Premature Strike on Iran

War Reporter, Marie Colvin's, Body Released

Nigeria is the emerging God’s own country

Idling Online? …Make it Productive!

Ferguson: Spurs Game Key for United, Rooney Returns

Russia: Putin Brushes off Protests Ahead of Vote

Economic Woes Dominate Iran Vote

Red Cross Aid Convoy Reaches Homs

Afghan Clerics Demand Public Trial for Koran Burners

Govt Workers 'Offered Cash to Vote Putin'

US Tornado Toll Rises to 13

Australian Floods Force 1,600 Evacuations

N.Korea threatens S.Korea despite accord with US

Mexico Troops Kill 13 in Battle with Gunmen

Supreme Court Upholds Uduaghan, Okorocha's Elections

Somali: AU Troops Capture Militant Base

Thursday, March 01, 2012

‘FRSC Not Aware of New Number Plates Suspension Order’

AGF Begins Probe of Unspent Funds, Writes to Banks

FG to Prevent Concessionary NYSC Postings

Jonathan Charges Shell on Oil Spills

Anambra, Bayelsa Stand Still for Odumegwu-Ojukwu

4 Boko Haram Suspects Killed

Kidnapped Grandma Hid in Wardrobe, as NAPTIP Convicts 33

Encomiums as Odumegwu-Ojukwu Goes Home

At Last, FG Approves Liquidation of NITEL, M-Tel

JTF Commander, 6 Others Ambushed, Gunned Down

Obama Birth Proof 'May be Forged'

Australia: PM Names Bob Carr Foreign Minister

Injured French Journalist Escapes Syria

Serbia Makes 'Historic' Leap Towards EU

ICC Issues Warrant for Sudan Defence Minister

Venezuela's Chavez Says 'Rapidly' Recovering from Surgery

NAPTIP: 33 Persons Convicted over Human Trafficking, Child Abuse

Kano Legalises Vigilante Groups

Fighting in S.Africa After ANC Expels Malema

Greece: Gunman Injures Two After Factory Lay-offs

What a Joker: Man Arrested Using Nicholson ID

Student Kills American Teacher in Iraq

Syria Rebels Leave Homs Bastion

China Backs US-N’Korea Nuclear Freeze Deal

Stricken Ship Docks in Seychelles

At Least 11 Dead as Tornadoes Strike US Midwest

10 Wounded as Blast Hits Police bus in Turkey

Amuneke Ready for Eaglets Job

US-Israel Tensions on Iran Flare ahead of Netanyahu Visit

Syria: Kofi Annan Calls for End to Killing

Crippled Italian Ship Due to Arrive in Seychelles

Obama 'Confident' of Keeping to Afghan Pullout Plan

The Mile Two Inferno

Ojukwu and the True Nigerian Spirit

Argentinian Minister Wants to 'Stop UK Imports'

N’Korea, US Agree on Nuclear Halt

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Abuja is Too Close to Call

AMCON Takes over Tonique Oil Services Property

One Killed as Gunmen Attack Police Stations

Son: Gringory Fought Hard Before Dying

'Why Single Currency Advancement's Threatened'

FG Decries State of Service Delivery

Electricity Supply Drops By 625mw over Gas Shortage

S&P: Nigerian Banks Now Better in Corporate Governance

Enugu Wears New Look for Odumegwu-Ojukwu, as Jonathan, Rawlings Grace Funeral Service Today

CJN’s Bid to Recall Salami Divides NJC

FG Finally Decentralises Power Distribution to States

Paris Jackson says Michael Jackson's Vocals Faked on Posthumous Album Michael

George Clooney doesn't Care if People Think he's Gay

S’African Ruling Party Expels Youth Leader, Malema

Egypt Presidential Election on May 23-24

Hotels Registration: Lagos Tussles with NTDC, Police IG