Google Nigerian News Archive for January 2010

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Nigeria's sad, unacceptable drift continues - The Punch

Sen. Collins: Obama has 'blind spot' on war on terror - WCSH-TV

Nigeria bag third spot - SkySports

Nigeria captures third place at African Cup with 1-0 win over Algeria - The Canadian Press

Nigerian Rebels End Delta Cease-Fire, Will Resume Oil Attacks - Bloomberg

Republicans Says Obama Has Blind Spot In War On Terrorism - KWTX

Ceasefire Fail In Nigeria, Rebels Poised For All-Out Assault On Oil Pipeline - AHN | All Headline News

Nigeria 1-0 Algeria - BBC Sport

Nigeria beat Algeria 1-0 for African Cup 3rd place - USA Today

Nigerian media report call by ex-Nigerian leaders for Yar'Adua to quit - Afrique en Ligue

Algeria vs Nigeria Results and Live Stream - Daily TV and Sports Buzz (blog)

Former Texas based company executives sentenced to prison for millions in ... -

Nigerian oil militants end ceasefire - Sify

Nigeria vs Algeria Online Live Stream - Daily TV and Sports Buzz (blog)

Watch Nigeria vs Algeria Live Stream Online Video: African Cup of Nations 2010 - Daily World Buzz

Nigeria vs Algeria Live Today: African Cup of Nations 2010 - Artuji

Nigerian Militants Call off Truce With Government - Voice of America

Nigeria promise axe -

Algeria set for Nigeria in 3rd place game - New Vision

GOP: Obama has 'blind spot' on terror war - Washington Post

Bharat Book Bureau: R.T. Briscoe (Nigeria) PLC - Financial Analysis Review - Trading Markets (press release)


African Cup of Nations: Algeria vs Nigeria Live Streaming - 24masti (blog)

Nigeria militant group ends truce - Joy Online

Nigeria plan major changes for World Cup - World Sports Network (blog)

Friday, January 29, 2010

Niger Delta militants call off truce with Nigeria - Newsday (subscription)

Wife of SA minister arrested on drugs charges - Irish Times

Nigeria militants end truce in Niger Delta oil region - BBC News

Nigerian Militants Cancel Cease-Fire With Government, AP Says - Bloomberg

SNAP ANALYSIS-Nigerian oil militants end ceasefire - Reuters

Nigerian rebels end truce - Financial Times

Joint Statement on Nigeria By the US and EU - THISDAY

Rebel Group Ends Cease-Fire in Oil Region - New York Times

FACTBOX-The genesis of Nigeria's main oil militant group - Reuters UK

Only a healthy man can solve Nigeria's problems –Agbaje - The Punch

Niger Delta militants call off truce with Nigeria - Houston Chronicle

Nigerian armed movement MEND ends unilateral ceasefire - AFP

Nigerian Rebels End Truce, Threaten Oil Attacks - New York Times

Militants in Niger call off truce with Nigeria - Washington Post

Nigeria, Algeria fight for bronze - Daily Sun

Abdulmutallab: Malaysia arrests 2 Nigerians, others linked to Al-Qaeda - The Punch

N'Delta crisis: Shell divests from three Nigerian oil blocks - The Punch

Saudi doctors warn Turai against moving Yar'Adua to Nigeria - The Punch

Shell wants to sell some Nigeria leases - BusinessWeek

Ghana/Black Stars Outshine Super Eagles in Soccer Semifinal -

MCC plans response to violence in Nigeria - ReliefWeb (press release)

Nigeria vs Algeria LIVE STREAM! - LALATE (blog)

Shell Wants to Sell Some Nigeria Leases - ABC News

We 'GHANA' Beat Nigeria! - Peace fm Online

African Nations Cup Preview: Algeria – Nigeria -

No Vacancy in Anambra State Government House -

Toyota Corolla Emerges 2009 Nigeria Car of the Year -

Chevron: 20000 B/D Oil Production Shut Due To Sabotage In Nigeria -

African Nations Cup: Peter Odemwingie Criticises Nigeria Coach Shaibu Amodu ... -

Shell Sells 3 Nigeria Oil Blocks To Local Companies - Wall Street Journal

Shell: Sells Three Nigeria Oil Licenses To Local Companies - Wall Street Journal

Ex-Willbros Execs Sentenced for Nigeria Bribery Scheme - Main Justice

Nigerian Cocoa Exports Climbed by 9% in November, Agency Says - Bloomberg

Egypt thrash Nigeria 4-0, reach final - AngolaPress

Nigeria v Algeria (Sat) - BBC Sport

Nigerian Court Sides With Ailing President - Voice of America

Malaysia holds 10 to stem radical Islam - The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life

Activists: Ten terror suspects are from Mideast and Africa - Malaysia Star

Nigeria v Algeria (Sat) - BBC News

Terrorists are somewhere around us? - Sin Chew Jit Poh

Nigeria judge's ruling supports long-absent leader - Washington Post

Nigeria Judge's Ruling Supports Long-Absent Leader - New York Times

Nigeria judge's ruling supports long-absent leader - San Jose Mercury News

Gowon, Shagari, Danjuma, Ekwueme Move to Save Nation -

Nigerian leader not obliged to transfer power: court - Reuters

Nigeria Court Dismisses Request to Name Acting Leader - Bloomberg

Africa Cup of Nations: Only The Result Mattered Against Nigeria – Ghana Coach ... -

Nigerian leader not obliged to transfer power -court - Reuters UK

Afren exceeds Nigerian 2009 oil production expectations - ISI - Emerging Markets (subscription)

So What Happened in Jos? -

Army Denies Involvement in Anambra Governorship Election -

200 Reps Set to Impeach Yar'Adua -

Eagles - Time for a Change -

After the Jos Blood Bath -

Obasanjo Planted Yar'Adua to Distort Power Rotation - Yakassai -

Yar'Adua - National And Global Pressure Mounts -

Anambra 2010 - Businessman Moves to Stop Soludo -

Ohanaeze Urges FG to Probe Jos Crisis -

Anambra Guber Poll - Soludo Wants Option A4 -

Obama's First Year -

Helicopter Crash - Navy Unveils Victims' Identities -

Ethnic Cleansing On the Plateau -

Nigeria/Ghana: Experts Fault Attack for Eagles' Defeat -

Terrorism - Two Students Arrested in Malaysia -

Nigerian Leader Want Yar'Adua to Hand Over Power, Guardian Says - Bloomberg

Official: Malaysia holds 10 to stem radical Islam - Washington Post

Official: Malaysia holds 10 to stem radical Islam - San Jose Mercury News

Ghana beat Nigeria, qualify for final - AngolaPress

Gowon, Shagari Ask Yar'Adua to Hand Over -

World leaders back constitutional succession - NEXT

Of Eagles And Foreign Coach -

Hold States, LGs Responsible for Crises - ACF -

Nigeria, Africa's most optimistic market - MasterCard survey -

10 terrorists arrested in Malaysia have ties to underwear bomber - American Thinker (blog)

Ex-Willbros executives sentenced to prison and fined for bribing Nigerian ... - NgEX

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Nigerian Jihad - FrontPage Magazine

What can we learn from Nigerian -Muslim-Christian Clashes? - Ethiopian News Journal

Miliband leads support for Nigeria - The Press Association

Former Willbros executives get prison in bribery case - Houston Chronicle

2 Get Prison for Plan to Bribe Nigerian Officials - ABC News

Dina: Yet Another Assassination? - THISDAY

US and Europeans Press Nigeria Over Its President's Absence - New York Times

Fear grips Nigerian owners as Toyota recalls Camry, other models - The Punch

Nigerian bribes net Willbros executives prison terms - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria bank reforms may flag in political impasse - BusinessDay

Western Nations Urge Nigeria to Exercise Restraint - Media Newswire (press release)

Sub-Saharan African Equities: KenolKobil, PZ Cussons Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigeria's agony and Akinola's visit - Washington Times (blog)

Nigeria coach hopes to stay in charge for World Cup despite African Cup loss - The Canadian Press

Clinton, Other Foreign Leaders Question Nigeria - New York Times

Nigeria's Amodu: We Were Better - Soccer365

Clinton, other foreign leaders question Nigeria - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigerian president to return 'soon', vice president says - AFP

Over 30 displaced women give birth in Nigerian camps: official - AFP

Nigerian VP: President Will Return 'Soon' - Voice of America

Ghana Beats Nigeria 1-0 to Reach African Cup Final - New York Times

Ghana beats Nigeria 1-0 to reach African Cup final - FOXNews

Nigeria coach promises his players will improve - USA Today

No Confirmed Link Between Malaysia Terror Suspects and Christmas Attack - Voice of America

US, EU wade into Nigeria crisis - AFP

Ghana beats Nigeria to reach African Cup final - USA Today

Nigerian president to return 'soon': deputy - AFP

MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Creates Mandatory Exam for ... - MicroCapital

Nigerian president to return soon, says VP - Reuters South Africa

Live Africa Cup of Nations - Ghana v Nigeria - BBC Sport

Ten held over acts of terrorism - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria bonus row averted - Independent Online

Ghana v Nigeria - live! - The Guardian

Nigeria's political crisis - News24

Banking Reform Blues -

Onovo Directs FCID to Take Over Probe On Dina - Two Top Ogun ... -

African Cup of Nations - Ekoku: Nigeria lack spark - Yahoo! Eurosport

Again, Crisis Tasks Governance in Plateau -

Ghanaian supporters optimistic about beating Nigeria - AngolaPress

African Nations Cup: Ghana Star Asamoah Gyan Relishing Nigeria Test -

Abolish Indigene/Settler Dichotomy in Jos Dasuki -

AC Slams Police, FG Over Dina's Murder -

Death Toll of Christians in Jos, Nigeria Clash Hits 48 - Right Side News

Ndanusa Warns NFF over New Statutes -

Future of North Bleak - ACF -

Ghana's Power Reforms - Lessons for Nation -

Obasanjo And the Perversion of Honour And Morality -

Malaysia suspects' 'Nigerian links' -

Sultan - Jos Crisis Was Genocide -

Nigeria bonus row averted - Times LIVE

Weighing the Options On Yar'Adua -

Jos - Groups Canvass Security, Investigation -

Malaysia holding terror suspects linked to Nigerian accused in US plane attack ... - The Canadian Press

Nigeria stars oozing confidence -

Afren Plc Nigerian Acquisition - Wall Street Journal

Malaysia terror suspects linked to Nigeria bomber: report - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria/Ghana: Oliha to Eagles - Don't Depend On Luck Against Ghana -

Preview: Ghana vrs Nigeria - Peace fm Online

India To Invest $360 Mn In Nigerian Oil Blocks - RTT News

Zambia 0-0 Nigeria (Nigeria win 5-4 on penalties) - BBC News

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Malaysia: Suspects linked to accused plane bomber - Washington Post

Can Ghana break Nigeria again in Tonight's big clash? - Joy Online

Malaysia terror suspects linked to Nigeria bomber: report - AFP

Dina: Yet, Another Gruesome Murder - THISDAY

We are Ambitious, Says Nigeria's Amodu - THISDAY

Between fading stars and unpredictable Eagles - NEXT

Nigerian elites urge stiff penalty for Jos crisis instigators - AFP

US levels 'astonishing' criticism against Nigeria - Times LIVE

EFCC Tries Journalist in Absentia -

Nigeria's Cabinet Says President is Fit to Rule - Voice of America

Nigeria Police Arrest 300 People over Sectarian Clashes - Christian Post

'Unscrupulous politicians to blame for Nigeria violence' - Morning Star Online

Nigerian Cabinet, Senate Split Over Ailing President -

African Nations Cup Preview: Ghana - Nigeria -

Clinton Attacks Corruption and Bad Governance -

New Delhi eyes Nigerian natural resources -

Update on Text Messages Instigated Deadly Riots - NewsBlaze

Exile deepened Nobel author's desire to "fix" Nigeria - Reuters

Chilling messages sent before killings - Washington Post

Nigeria's Vice President Pledges to Pursue and Punish Rioters - Bloomberg

Nigeria Cabinet: Absent Leader Capable of Ruling - New York Times

Clinton Blasts Nigeria For Failing To Check Radicalism - RTT News

ONGC Mittal Drills Nigerian Offshore Oil Block 279 - Bloomberg

Hillary Clinton blames Nigeria leaders for extremism - AngolaPress

Nigeria cabinet: Absent leader capable of ruling - Washington Post

UPDATE 1-Nigeria Senate calls on president to clarify absence - Reuters India

Nigeria Senate presses President Yar'Adua to cede power - BBC News

Nigeria/Zambia: Eagles Defeated Zambia By Sheer Luck - Ndanusa -

The Price of Our Passivity -

CAN 2010: Nigerian coach promises changes against Ghana - Afrique en Ligue

Jos Crisis - Hard Time Awaits Sponsors - FG -

Four Navy Officers Killed in Plane Crash -

Yar'Adua - Why North Suspects Jonathan - Yakassai -

Amodu confident of Nigeria success - ESPN

DPP Condemns Killing of AC Guber Aspirant -

Falalu Bello Not Affected By CBN Tenure Limit - Unity Bank -

Ndanusa - Semi-Final Ticket, Sheer Luck -

India Expresses Interest In Procuring More Crude Oil From Nigeria - AHN | All Headline News

Electoral Reform Key to Fighting Extremism -

India to Build Refinery, Earmarks N53 Billion for Oil Blocs -

Ghana v Nigeria -

Divided Nigerian Senate debates president's absence - Reuters India

Unresolved Issues in Reps Saudi Visit -

Dipo Dina Killed While On Spiritual Cleansing - Police -

Four Die in Military Chopper Crash -

Nigeria text messages 'fuelled Jos riots' - BBC News

Angolans Back Ghana To Beat Nigeria - Peace fm Online

Yar'Adua - AA Wants Nation Restructured -

Ipman Wants Downstream Oil Infrastructure Upgraded -

Obasanjo's Public Posturing -

4 die in Nigerian military helicopter crash - Afrique en Ligue

Hilary Clinton blames Nigeria leaders for extremism - BBC News

Nigerian Authorities Probe Opposition Leader's Murder - RTT News

Nigeria/Zambia: How I Caged the Eagles, By Zambia Coach -

Tension Grips Bauchi -

Jos Crisis - Dike Warns Soldiers On Meddlesomeness -

VP Orders Security Agencies to Find Dina's Assailants -

Banking Reform - 10-Year Tenure And Stock Market Recovery -

Yar'Adua - Obasanjo Deserves Prosecution - CNPP Boss -

'It's Time to Deal Decisively With Religious Extremists' -

The Imperative of a Political Exit -

Christian Youths Fault Mass Burial of Jos Crisis Victims -

Haiti - International Community United, Says Ban Ki-Moon As FG ... -

Lucky Eagles Outshoot Chipolopolo -

Tenure for Bank CEOs -

Christian-Muslim Violence In Nigeria Warrants Probe, Rights Group Says - WIBW

Haiti - NLC Laments Delay in Helping Victims -

The corruption in Nigeria is unbelievable - Hillary Clinton - NgEX

Nigerian Senate to Resume Closed Debate on Yar'Adua's Absence - Bloomberg

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

South African Groups to Invest in Rescued Banks -

Defence Chiefs Warn Against Coup -

326 Killed in Jos Crisis, Say Police -

Nigeria/Zambia: Lucky Win for Super Eagles -

Worry Less About Terrorists' Rights - Wheeling News Register

More Senators Dump Yar'Adua -

Again, Clinton slams Nigeria's leaders - NEXT

Nigerian vice president visits violence-hit city - AFP

Poor governance fuels Nigeria radicals: Clinton - AFP

Aussies watch Ghana in African semi - Sydney Morning Herald

African Cup Of Nations Round Up Days 10-18 - EPL Talk

Renard hails Chipolopolo -

Of sycophants, Amodu and Super Eagles - NEXT

Amodu Seeks Help! - THISDAY

Copenhagen: 'Why Nigeria Can't Sign Accord Now' - THISDAY

India asks Nigeria for more crude -

Nigeria on life support - The Punch

MEDIA AND SOCIETY: The 'Resurrection' of Yar'Adua - NEXT

Clinton: Nigerian Corruption, Poor Governance Foster Radicalization - Voice of America

Gyan admits difficulty ahead of Nigerian game - Ghana News Agency

India to invest $350 m in Nigerian oil blocks - The Hindu

Nigerian naval helicopter crashes; 4 feared dead - Washington Post

Ghana v The media view - BBC Sport

Clinton: Nigeria failing to curb extremism - Washington Post

African Nations Cup: Nigeria Can Win The Tournament - Shaibu Amodu -

SMS role in Nigeria slaughter - Herald Sun

Clinton: Nigeria failing to curb extremism - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Cellphone messages stoked Nigeria slaughter - Independent Online

Nigerian opposition politician shot dead: police - AFP

Yar'Adua: Two Months Gone! Time for Goodluck to Visit - Nigerian Muse

Annan returns for Ghana - Times LIVE

Nigeria boss Amodu admits relief at progress - ESPN

Timid Ghana vs. Tired Nigeria – Who wins? - Joy Online

Nigeria boss Shaibu Amodu admits relief at progress - Global - ESPN

Nigeria Succumbs to More Chris... -

Brown victory has a silver lining for Obama Administration - Toledo Blade

Perpetrators of religious riots could be freed again -

Nigerian army pledges to stay out of politics - Reuters UK

Nigerian Breweries, Guinness Raised at Renaissance - Bloomberg

Nigeria cabinet told to rule on sick President Yar'Adua - AngolaPress

AIICO Insurance Nigeria Rises to 16-Week High on Profit Growth - Bloomberg

326 killed in Nigeria's inter-religious clashes - Times of India

Ghana vs Nigeria In Semis - Peace fm Online

Zambia most difficult adversary, says Nigerian coach - AngolaPress

Nigeria's PC users call for digital music service development - IT News Africa

Lucky Nigeria hold Zambia, through to semis -

Nigerian Army restricts movement of troops due to rising tension in Nigeria - NgEX

Anglican bishop kidnapped in Nigeria - Catholic News Agency

Nigeria hopes to fulfill oil contracts soon: minister - Reuters South Africa

Yar'Adua: PDP Should Respect Nigeria's Constitution - THISDAY

Monday, January 25, 2010

'Abdulmutallab gave actionable intelligence' - Hindu Business Line

Zambia: Nigeria Knockout Zambia From Africa Cup - Lusaka Times

Abdulmutallab gave actionable intelligence: White House - Zee News

Yar'Adua: Army Restricts Movement of Soldiers - THISDAY

Nigeria Crude Oil Export to India Hits $10bn - THISDAY

Yar'Adua: For the First Time, Obasanjo's Doing the Right Thing – NBA President - THISDAY

Obasanjo never wanted Yar'Adua as President –Tanko Yakassai - Daily Sun

Archbishop, Muslim leader condemn violence in Nigeria - Catholic Culture

Nigeria riots: 'Our homes were razed' - BBC News

Nigeria And Egypt Into Semi Finals - Sky News

Resign in the interest of Nigeria, Enahoro tells President - The Punch

Egypt, Nigeria set up showdowns -

No provision in constitution for handover to Jonathan — Maduekwe - The Punch

Clarification: BC-US--Airline Attack-Senate story - Washington Post

Egypt to face Algeria in African Cup semis, Nigeria to play Ghana - The Canadian Press

Egypt in 'goal' row as they and Nigeria progress to Africa Cup of Nations semi ... - Daily Mail

Hundreds arrested after Nigeria clashes - BBC News

Egypt, Nigeria advance to semis at African Cup - USA Today

Egypt stun Cameroon, Nigeria penalise Zambia in Cup of Nations - AFP

Nigeria win shootout to reach semis at African Cup - USA Today

Nigeria beat Zambia on penalties to reach last four - Reuters UK

Former Nigerian rebels reject post-amnesty plans - Reuters UK

Hundreds held over Nigeria clashes -

Zambia vs Nigeria Live Stream Online - Daily TV and Sports Buzz (blog)

Nigerian Army cuts troop travel over 'tension' - Washington Post

Nigerian Army cuts troop travel over 'tension' - eTaiwan News

Schumer Unveils New Legislation To Cut Off These Visas For Citizens of 14 ... - WBGH

African Cup of Nations: Zambia vs. Nigeria Live Stream (Free Online Video) - Daily Contributor

Nigerian oil minister says Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron negotiations not in jeopardy -

NIGERIA: Bishop Peter Imasuen of Benin abducted by gunmen - Episcopal News Service

Frightened Residents Flee Nigerian City of Jos - Voice of America


Nigeria's UBA, Zenith banks name new CEOs - Reuters

African Nations Cup - Zambia v Nigeria preview and tips -

Nigerian police arrest 313 over religious clashes - AFP

African Cup of Nations football – Zambia vs Nigeria - Live Odds and Scores (blog)

President Yar'Adua to return to Nigeria before the end of this week - in any ... - NgEX

Shell, Chevron seek to renew Nigerian offshore leases - Houston Chronicle

Still Time to Get It Right on Terror - CBS News

Nigeria must punish those behind Jos clashes - Reuters South Africa

African Nations Cup: We Will Handle Zambia With Seriousness - Nigeria Defender ... -

Sectarian Violence in Nigeria Left 326 Dead - Wall Street Journal

Anglican bishop kidnapped in Nigeria - AFP

Police: 326 killed in Nigeria religious violence - Forbes

Police: 326 people killed in central Nigeria after violence between Christians ... - The Canadian Press

Police: 326 killed in Nigeria religious violence - Washington Post

Nigeria must punish those behind Jos clashes - Reuters AlertNet

Govt extends deadline for NITEL bid submission once again - TeleGeography

Council Chairman Cautions Residents On Religious Tolerance -

Ex-Militants Reject Presidential Rehabilitation Plans -

Zambia is a powerful team-Nigerian players - Zambian Watchdog

Nigerian leader's health improving: envoy - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria Acquires Life Support Machines for Sick President -

Obasanjo still under fire - NEXT

Oshiomhole - Edo Re-Run, Sign of What to Expect in Anambra -

Arrested Armed Men Are Hunters, Kaduna Police Say -

Nigeria's United Bank for Africa names new CEO - Reuters

African Nations Cup: Kalusha Bwalya Calls For Revenge As Nigeria Clash With Zambia -

Failed Burglar's Defence -

Jos Crisis - 31 Women Give Birth in Camps -

Winnie Mandela Thanks Nation for South Africa's Liberation -

Questioning without rights warning sparks hot debate - New Zealand Herald

President Yar'Adua gets ultimatum - Zambian Watchdog

Curfew relaxed in Nigeria's violence-wracked city: army - AFP

Oil - Nation Loses N6.3 Billion Monthly to Pre-Shipment Contract -

Eagles Have the Edge - Chipolopolo Seek Revenge -

PDP Tackles Former President - Obasanjo is Ridiculous -

13 Men Arrested With Guns in Kaduna -

Sunday, January 24, 2010

President Yar'Adua gets ultimatum -

'Story of coincidence' brings Nigerian students to study music at UD - Dayton Daily News

Maritime: Nigeria Needs 50000 Sailors - THISDAY

Osaze, Obafemi to lead attack, as Eagles target early goals - The Guardian - Nigeria

Ghana kicks out Angola, may meet Nigeria in semis - The Guardian - Nigeria

Cameroon focused for big test - Irish Times

Rescued, healthy banks targeted for acquisition - The Punch

Nigeria Protest New York - Huffington Post (blog)

It's Eagles vs Katongo brothers - The Punch

Nigeria and her 25m illiterate adults - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

As Shell trims its investment portfolio in Nigeria - The Punch

Osama: Mutallab is a member of al-Qaeda - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Odemwingie wants to turn bronze into gold - Times of India

Life support machines arrive ahead of Yar'Adua - The Punch

War On Terror: Target Nigeria? - Swans

Obasanjo, clever by half - Triumph

Ghana see off hosts Angola - Sydney Morning Herald

Ailing Nigerian president finally to return home - Daily Nation

Extremism source of Nigeria trouble - Daily Nation

Ghana beats Angola 1-0 to reach African Cup semis - USA Today

28 more bodies found in Nigerian village: elder - AFP

We are 'messing up', says top Nigerian cleric - AFP

OBJ orders Yar'Adua to resign - AfricaNews

Nigeria's Petroleum Sector Reforms: Debunking the Venezuelan Model - Seeking Alpha (blog)

Frightened residents flee violence-hit Nigerian city - AFP

Nigerian leader's absence stalls oil reforms - AFP

African Nations Cup Preview: Zambia – Nigeria -

Feds detail Christmas Day attack - Boston Herald

Nigeria vs Zambia Preview - ESPN STAR Sports

Schumer: End terror 'tourism' - New York Post

African Cup of Nations 2010: Zambia – Nigeria Preview - About a Ball

Yar'Adua's absence stalls oil reforms - Independent Online

Sectarian violence hits Nigerian city -

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Probe sought into Nigeria killings -

Elumelu: After Banking, I Still Have a Lot to Offer - THISDAY

Pressure Mounts, Saudis Want Yar'Adua Back Home - THISDAY

Inside the Christmas interrogation of airplane bombing suspect - The Canadian Press

Nations Cup gate-crashers Zambia set sights on semis - Times of India

Nyako Rates Nigerian Journalists High - THISDAY

Officials say bombing suspect gave valuable intelligence - Washington Post

Schumer: Christmas Day plane bomb try 'could have been avoided' with stiffer ... - New York Daily News

More Religious Conflict in Nigeria, 150 Reported Dead - NewsBlaze

Hundreds killed in Nigerian religious violence - Sydney Morning Herald

Hundreds killed in Nigerian religious violence - The Age

Pepsi hails Osaze, Martins - Daily Sun

The Number Game - NEXT

AP Exclusive: The Christmas attack interrogation - Washington Post

Eagles hunt Copper Bullets again - NEXT

Edo, Abia, Rivers Evacuate Indigenes From Jos -

Nigerian Court Issues Deadline to Cabinet, Orders Resolution to be Passed ... - TransWorldNews (press release)

Whatever Happened to Nigerian President? - Khaleej Times

Christian-Muslim violence in Nigeria warrants probe, rights group says - CNN International

Christian-Muslim violence in Nigeria warrants probe, rights group says - CNN

Nigeria Scholar Says He Is Not Surprised By Violence in Nigeria's Plateau State - Voice of America

Nigerian media focus on Yar'Adua, fresh sectarian crisis in Jos - Afrique en Ligue

African Nations Cup: The Pressure Is On Nigeria - Zambia Coach Herve Renard -

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood condemns sectarian clashes in Nigeria - Monsters and

Nigerian Pull Bodies from Wells After Deadly Clashes - Voice of America

Timeline: Ethnic tension in Nigeria -

Nigeria considers ships to supply crude to refineries - AFP

Dark Clouds Over Amodu's Future -

Nigeria/Zambia: Battle of Lubango - I Know How to Beat Eagles --Zambia Coach ... -

Group: 150 Muslims killed in Nigerian town - Washington Post

Bodies pulled from wells after Nigeria clashes - Reuters

'150 bodies found' in wells after Nigerian massacre - AFP

Friday, January 22, 2010

'PDP Should Save Nigeria From Imminent Collapse' - The Guardian - Nigeria

DOJ Charges Executive in Foreign Bribe Probe - ABC News

Nigeria buries hundreds while unease spreads across the nation - Financial Times

23, 230 Policemen for Anambra Polls -

Eagles Victory Heart-Warming - Galadima -

Horrors of religious violence found in Nigeria - Houston Chronicle

Clashes bring horror to Nigerian village - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria's oil industry in peril -

Stability Restored in Nigeria's Troubled City of Jos - NTDTV

Lumumba Blames Eagles Woes On NFF -

Nigerian Court Orders Cabinet To Pass Resolution On Ailing President - RTT News

Authorities were watching different Nigerian on Christmas Day flight - CNN

Nigeria Court Tells Cabinet to Decide on Sick President - Voice of America

Nigerian authorities relax city curfew following outbreak of religious ... - New York Daily News

workers search for dead after violence - Washington Post

Workers Search for Dead After Violence - New York Times

SCENARIOS-Will Nigeria's cabinet back Yar'Adua? - Reuters UK

World Bank Supports NCAA On Security Projects -

Yakubu - Write Eagles Off At Your Risk -

What National Assembly Should Do to Yar'Adua If - Musa -

Nigerian leader given ultimatum over ill health - ABC Online

10-Year Tenure for CEOs - Experts, NLC Hail Sanusi -

Resign Now, Obasanjo Tells Yar'Adua -

I've Silenced My Critics - Amodu -

More bodies recovered after Nigerian clashes - AFP

Reactions Greet 10-Year Tenure for Bank CEOs -

Pressure is on Nigeria, says Zambia coach - The Punch

Abdulmutallab - the Choice Before the Muslim North (1) -

CBN to Screen Microfinance Bank Managers -

Nigeria sends army to control sectarian violence in Jos - Christian Science Monitor

Everton v Birmingham - BBC Sport

Confident Zambia target Nigeria - BBC Sport

Nigeria court gives sick president a deadline - Washington Post

Nigerian Court Tells Cabinet to Decide on Presidency - Bloomberg

Nigeria court gives sick president a deadline - Seattle Times

Nigeria cabinet told to rule on sick President Yar'Adua - BBC News

Nigerian High Court Says Cabinet to Decide Presidency - Bloomberg

Defending champion Egypt shines at African Cup - USA Today

Nigerian cabinet gets 14 days to decide on president - AFP

Nigeria Cocoa Climbs to Five-Year High on Quality, Body Says - Bloomberg

Bullish Zambia look beyond star-studded Nigeria - World Sports Network (blog)

Nigeria's Obasanjo suggests sick Yar'Adua should resign - BBC News

Scores more bodies recovered after Nigerian clashes - AFP

Nigerian archbishop says Jos violence worsened by false reports and government ... - Catholic News Agency

Bank PHB Nigeria ED Resumes with New Agenda - Nigerian Bulletin!

Nigerians protest President Yar'Adua's absence from Nigeria for over 60 days - NgEX

CBN Vows to Reform Microfinance Banks - THISDAY

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Nigeria Orders Army to Ensure Peace in Troubled City - Bloomberg

Nigeria, Rwanda, S. Africa: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Super Eagles eager to overcome Zambia - NEXT

Nigeria army takes control of riot-hit Jos - BBC News

Army Ordered to Quell Sectarian Clashes - New York Times

Tenure limit for bank CEOs - The Guardian - Nigeria

Screening process wasn't ready before Flight 253 bombing attempt - Detroit Free Press

The Case of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, Nigeria and Terrorism - American Chronicle

Nigeria License Talks Continue - Energy Intelligence (subscription)

Falalu Bello Not Affected By New Policy - Sanusi -

Sniffing Oil From The Sky - Forbes Digital Download (blog)

Super Eagles as a Nigerian Metaphor - THISDAY

Angola/The Lost Journey to Cabinda -

TIMELINE-Ethnic and religious unrest in Nigeria - Reuters

Clashes spread in Nigerian city, curfew extended -

Militants targeted in Yemen visa changes - ABC Online

Nigerian VP assures nation Jos crisis under control - Reuters

Cameroon/Tunisia: Shaky Lions Set Up Titanic Clash Against Nigeria -

Nigeria's Riot-Hit City Calm, Curfew Relaxed - Voice of America

Jos Crisis Spreads to Neighbouring Town -

Nigeria 3 - 0 Mozambique - Soccer365

Nigerian High Court Adjourns Case Over Presidency - Bloomberg

Nigeria - Mass funerals in Jos riots - BBC News

Over 300 killed in communal clashes - Rediff

African Nations Comment: New Hope Or False Dawn For Nigeria? -

Yar'Adua - NBA Charges Judiciary to Speak Out -

Yemen Halts Airport Visas for Foreigners - Sphere

Handover Calls And Speculations On Jonathan's Readiness -

Pressure mounts for Nigerian leader to give up power - Reuters South Africa

In pictures: Nigeria riot aftermath - BBC News

Nigeria into African Cup quarters -

Nigeria's UBA, Skye banks start new CEO searches - Reuters South Africa

Calm Restored In Nigerian City - New York Times

Nigerian troops secure ravaged town -

UBA of Nigeria Says New Limit on CEO Tenures Affects Its Chief - BusinessWeek

Anyim, 40 Others Urge National Assembly to Uphold Constitution -

Liberia: Nigeria Begs Citizens to Protect Gains Made -

Odemwingie considered best player in Nigeria-Mozambique match - AngolaPress

Abdulraheem is Daily Trust African of the Year -

Representatives Throw Out Motion to Investigate Mass Lay Off in ... -

Eagles Crush Mambas -

Governor Relaxes 24-Hour Curfew -

Nigeria curfew relaxed after religious fighting in Jos - BBC News

Justice Ministry in Renewed Battle Against Corruption -

The National Cancer Body Set for 2010 Cancer Prevention Campaigns -

Concern Mounts Over Sanusi's New Move Against Bank CEOs -

Nigeria qualify for quarter-finals - AngolaPress

Bishop Urges Niger Delta Communities to Pray for Yar'Adua -

Plateau Reduces Curfew to 17 Hours in Jos, Bukuru -

Yerima Quits National Troupe for Professorial Chair At Kwara Varsity -

Yar'Adua Being Briefed On Jos Crisis -

Deregulation - NLC Gears Up for Mass Resistance -

460 Killed in Jos Crisis -

Bankole Urges Anambra Stakeholders to Play By the Rule -

Calm restored in Nigeria's Jos, curfew relaxed - Reuters South Africa

Riot - Education Not for the Poor, Says UNN VC -

Texaco fuel cards news: Chevron 'in talks over Nigerian leases' - The Fuelcard People

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa: Sub-Sahara Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Senate Moves to Save Yar'Adua -

Eagles Berth in Q' finals - THISDAY

Senate Confirms Adefuye as Nigeria's Ambassador to US - THISDAY

Jos: 'Nigeria Has No Religious Crisis' - THISDAY

Experts meet to chart way forward for Nigerian banks - NEXT

Nigeria imposes tenure limit on bank CEOs - Financial Times

Nigeria risks imminent collapse, NBA warns - The Punch

Curfew imposed on Nigerian city after violent clashes - Irish Times

Save Nigeria rallies: The return of Abacha era? - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

The Big Question: Is Nigeria teetering on the brink of a major crisis? - Independent

Religious riots spread despite Nigerian troops - Independent

Nigeria 3-0 Mozambique: Super Eagles Tame Mambas For A Comfortable Win -

At the end of the exercise, the board is expected to publish and submit its ... - The Punch

Hundreds die in sectarian violence in Nigeria - Toronto Star

Nigeria advances to African Cup quarter-finals with 3-0 win over Mozambique - The Canadian Press

Religious Violence in Nigerian City Spreads - Voice of America

Nigeria lose Yobo for two weeks - AFP

Nigeria advances to African Cup quarterfinals - Houston Chronicle

Nigerian party says ill president leaves hospital - Washington Post

Nigerian Religious Clashes Leave More Than 400 Dead, Group Says - Bloomberg

Ban urges restraint as inter-religious violence takes deadly toll - UN News Centre

Nigeria Ruling Party Says Yar'Adua out of Hospital - Voice of America

Nigeria Advance, Egypt Maintain Perfect Record - New York Times

Report: Nigeria vs Mozambique - African Nations Cup - ESPN

Former lawmakers in Nigeria urge presidency reform - Reuters

Nigeria reaches African Cup quarterfinals with win - USA Today

Nigerian Bomb Plot Suspect Had Upscale Upbringing - 89.3 KPCC

Soldiers Hold Tenuous Calm in Torn Nigerian City - New York Times

Nigeria vs Mozambique Online Live Stream - Daily TV and Sports Buzz (blog)

Nigerian Religious Clashes Leave 216 Dead, Group Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian strikers optimistic about qualifying for quarter finals - AngolaPress

Soldiers patrol streets after days of violence in Nigeria - WGME

Muslim-Christian clashes kill 460 in Nigerian city - Reuters UK

Old Mutual Discussing Options For Stake In Nigerian Bank - Wall Street Journal

African Cup of Nations football – Nigeria vs Mozambique - Live Odds and Scores (blog)

NNPC to Divest Interests in Joint Ventures -

How Police Nabbed Fake Travel Agent Over N22 Million Deal -

Ovia, Elumelu, Imokhuede Get Quit Notice -

Jonathan Vows to Contain Jos Crisis Permanently -

Northern Union, Ijaw Leaders Meet On Yar'Adua Today -

Group Insurance - FG Pledges to Pay Civil Servants 2009 Premium -

Yar'Adua's Death Scare And Official Gate-Keeping -

Okonkwo Laments Insecurity in Anambra -

Sanusi On Media War -

Save the Youths By Investing in Agriculture -

Awosika's Windscreen Wasn't Broken -

The Earthquake in Haiti -

Appeal Court Delivers Judgment in Suit Against Soludo January 26 -

ECOWAS postpones summit over Nigerian president's health - ISI - Emerging Markets

We Can Allocate Oil Blocks in Yar'Adua's Absence - Minister -

Nigeria riot city under control, says army chief - BBC News

Nigeria - Mozambique live: watch African Cup of Nations online - Web User (blog)

Soldiers Patrol Nigerian City Shaken By Violence - Wall Street Journal

Abdulmutallab - 'US List Not Linked to Internal Crisis' -

VP Orders Troops to Move in -

Rules On Kenny Martins Appearance Feb 22 -

CBN Fixes 10-Year Tenure for Bank CEOs -

Nigeria's Religious Violence Comes Amid Political Crisis -

Group: More than 200 dead in Nigeria violence - Washington Post

Guard, Labourers in Court Over Theft -

Court Decides Appeal Against Soludo Jan 26 -

Nigeria Power Vacuum Threatens Oil Flow as Leader in Hospital - BusinessWeek

Nigeria v Mozambique - African Nations Cup Odds -

Nigeria Religious Clashes Kill Dozens - Wall Street Journal

NRC Sends 25 Locomotive Drivers to South Africa -

Don't Sack Amodu Now, Toro Begs -

Nigerian government sends in troops to quell violence - The Hindu

Nigeria's VP sends troops to Jos - Daily Nation

The Nigerian Al Qaeda - The Independent

Nigeria talking to Shell, Chevron on licences: official - AFP

Yar'Adua - Senate Awaits Yayale's Appearance - Condemns Jos Crisis -

Under-pressure Nigeria coach gets official support - Reuters South Africa

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Nigerian Professor Says Latest Jos Violence a Result of Many Factors - Voice of America

Yar'Adua's Fate Now Uncertain -

Who will join Pharoahs in KO stages? - Dispatch Online

Opinion: Nigerians press for active head of state (by John Campbell, CFR) - Nigerian Muse

Improving Nigeria eye quarter-final place - Reuters India

Improving Nigeria eye quarter-final place - Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)

FG to Sell 9% Equity in Oil Firms to Nigerians - THISDAY

Nigeria Play Mozambique Today - LeadershipNigeria

African Nations Cup: Mozambique Coach Mart Nooij Confident Ahead Of Nigeria Clash -

Yar'Adua: Guinea speaks to Nigeria - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Nigeria records first A/H1N1 death - Triumph

Eagles go all out against Mozambique - NEXT

Yar'Adua should be compelled to return home – Esko Toyo - The Punch

Nigeria cenbank limits bank CEOs' tenure to 10 yrs - Reuters

Under-pressure Nigeria coach gets official support - Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)

Christian-Muslim Mayhem in Nigeria Kills Dozens - New York Times

TomTom rallies Nigerians behind Eagles - Vanguard

Super Eagles are yet to take off - National

Nigerian Army ordered in as 200 die in Christian-Muslim riots - Times Online

Nigeria's religious wars flare again -

What's behind Christian-Muslim fighting in Nigeria? - Christian Science Monitor

Nigeria Sets 10-Year Limit for Bank Chief Executives - Bloomberg

Nigeria's VP orders military troops into Jos - Reuters AlertNet

Scores die in Nigeria religious violence - CNN International

Religious Violence Flares Again in Nigerian City - Voice of America

Nigeria Inflation Slows on Weaker Consumer Confidence - Bloomberg

Clashes spread in Nigerian city -

Nearly 150 Dead in Clashes in Nigerian City - New York Times

'Deaths mounting' in Nigeria religious riots in Jos - BBC News

Nigerian State Imposes Curfew Amid Religious Violence - Bloomberg

Shell Contractor Says Kidnapped Expatriates Freed In Nigeria -

African Nations Cup Preview: Nigeria – Mozambique -

Mosque in Nigeria's Jos receives 149 dead: official - Washington Post

Three Britons, one Colombian freed in Nigeria - CNN International

Nigeria's Plateau State Imposes Curfew in Jos Amid Violence - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Super Eagles guaranteed $88500 if they win 2010 Africa Cup of Nations - NgEX

First swine flu death reported in Nigeria - NgEX


Oando of Nigeria Plans to Raise 21 Billion Naira in Share Sale - Bloomberg

Abducted Britons, Colombian freed in Nigeria - Press TV

CAN, ACF Condemn Crisis -

Nigeria football body 'unaware of order to fire Amodu' - AFP

Nigeria reports first swine flu-related death - Washington Post

Abdulmutallab's Action a Conspiracy By US -Rep -

Students Riot - Security Alert At UNEC -

David-West On Rampage -

Presidency Orders Amodu's Sack -

Nigeria/Mozambique: Eagles Confident of Full Points Against Mozambique -

Eagles in Three Hour Airport Delay -

Protest Against Yar'Adua Shifts to Lagos -

Nigerian Gunmen Release 4 Foreign Contractors - RTT News

N2.5 Million - Police Arraign Pastor for Defrauding Member -

Court Joins AGF in Ribadu's Asset Declaration Suit -

Counsel to Judge - 'You're Unfair to Fayose' -

Anambra 2010 - INEC to Shut 22 Offices -

State of the Nation -

Nigeria FA unaware of order to fire coach - Times LIVE

Religious violence erupts again in central Nigeria - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Violence Spreads In Nigeria, Curfew Imposed - New York Times

Religious violence erupts again in central Nigeria -

Ijebu Ife Mayhem - N20 Million Relief Materials for Victims -

Nigeria religious clashes spread - BBC News

Nigeria v Mozambique -

British oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria are free -

Religious Violence Erupts Again in North Nigeria - New York Times

Religious violence erupts again in north Nigeria - Washington Post

Crisis Cripples Life in Jos -

PDP Receives Over 100000 Decampees From ANPP, AD -

Huriwa Condemns Abduction of Expatriates -

Angola 2010 - House Committee On Sports Meets Thursday On Amodu, NFF -

Africa: Mambas - 'We Can Shock Nigeria' -

Old Mutual May Raise Stake in Nigerian Lender Bailed-Out by Central Bank - Bloomberg

Old Mutual May Raise Stake in Nigeria's Troubled Oceanic Bank - Bloomberg

Monday, January 18, 2010

Waug - BUK Allays Athletes' Fear -

Congo, Nigeria, S. Africa: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

We Can't Make VP Acting President - Senate -

Kidnapped British oil workers freed in Nigeria - Times Online

Amodu faces Nigeria rival -

Of Mass Action, National Assembly and the Way Forward - THISDAY

Oil Reforms: Nigeria, UK Boost Bilateral Capacity - THISDAY

African Nations Cup: Nigeria Will Play Much Better Against Mozambique Says ... -

Nigerians express outrage in London - NEXT

NFF makes U-turn, dumps Amodu - The Punch

Religious Violence Kills 27 - New York Times

Save Nigeria from crisis, Tinubu tells Yar'Adua - The Punch

4 foreigners freed after being abducted in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

5000 displaced after violence in Nigeria - Daily Times

Nigeria seeks UK support for oil reforms - NEXT

Abducted Britons and Colombian freed in Nigeria - BBC News

Nigerian kidnappers free three Britons and Columbian: police - AFP

Nigeria Muslim-Christian Clash Kills Over 40 People - Christian Post

Religious Clashes In Nigeria Leave 20 People Dead - AHN

Dozens die in Nigeria clashes -

'Let's Fund Chad Basin Commission Well' -

Nigeria to allow US-trained air marshals on flights - Montreal Gazette

1-Nigeria's First Bank considers rescued bank - Reuters South Africa

Red Cross: 5000 in Northern Nigeria displaced after violence between ... - The Canadian Press

Nigeria's First Bank considers buying rescued bank - Reuters South Africa

26 dead after Nigeria clashes: imam - AFP

At least 17 killed in Nigeria rioting -

West Africa, Curse of Absentee Presidents -

Security forces patrol Nigerian city after deadly unrest - Sydney Morning Herald

US Export-Import Bank lends USD 1bn to support Nigerian banks. - ISI - Emerging Markets

First Bank Willing to Buy Bailed-Out Nigerian Lenders - Bloomberg

Yar'Adua's Absence - We Are United, Says PDP -

Delta Govt Vows to Checkmate Kidnappers -

Don't Drag Yar'Adua Into 2011 Race - Bishop Fearon -

'VP Warns Mischief Makers -

'Strong Education Sector Good for Vision 20-20-20' -

EFCC Seizes Ibru's 103 Properties, Shares in 77 Firms, 20 Cars -

Nigeria State Imposes Dusk-To-Dawn Curfew After Riots - Bloomberg

CBN/NDIC Debt Cancellation Dispute -

Anambra Polls - Police to Deploy 15000 Officers -

Anambra - INEC Denies Seizure of Electoral Materials -

Uncertainty Over Yar'Adua's Health Status -

17 Feared Dead in Jos Crisis -

Nigeria promised big pay day to win Nations Cup - AFP

Minister Attributes Child Trafficking to Porous Security Network -

FCTA Warns Striking Labour Unions to Resume Work Or Face Sanctions -

Nigeria troops patrol in Jos after religious clashes - BBC News

5000 displaced after violence in northern Nigeria - Washington Post

Recession - Envoy Assures Europe of Economic Development -

Drugs - American Varsity Expels Yar'Adua's Nephew, Others -

Nigeria is Not a Breeding Ground for Terrorists - Ita-Giwa -

Airport Police Arrests 250 Suspected Criminals -

Pilgrimage - NCPC Wants FG to Sign Basa With Israel -

'Our Villages Are Highly Under Banked' -

Anambra Guber - NDP Candidate Protests Omission By INEC -

Victory Over Benin Can't Save Amodu - Akpokona -

Nigeria State Orders Curfew After 20 Die in Riots, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Lawyer Wants Probe Over Use of Soldiers in Bauchi Crisis -

FCT, Korea to Partner On Culture, Education -

Angola, Nigeria, S. Africa: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Alkali Denies Cracks in PDP Over Yar'Adua -

Ngige - Verdict of History -

Dabiri-Erewa Wins US Magazine Man of the Year Award -

Anambra - INEC Meets With Stakeholders Tomorrown - Denies Seizure of ... -

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Central Bank, shareholders meet on banks'recapitalisation - NEXT

Deadly clashes rock Nigerian city -

CBN Commences Risk-based Checks on Banks - THISDAY

Anambra Guber Poll: Speaker Urges INEC to Get It Right - THISDAY

Terrorism: 'Why US Put Nigeria on Watch List' - THISDAY

Aid to Haiti: Nigeria, South Africa and African Union should work together - GroundReport


Nigerian Media and President Yar'Adua - THISDAY

At least ten dead after clashes in Nigeria - Wikinews

Muslim-Christian clashes leave 12 dead in Nigeria - Daily Times

At least 12 dead in clashes in Nigerian city of Jos - Reuters

Nigeria VP presides at presidential event - Daily Nation

Nigeria's leader is sickening his country - The Guardian

Nigeria ready to overcome crisis of confidence - Times of India

Nigerian fair play player highlights triumph against Benin - AngolaPress

Nigerian Comment: Doomsday Postponed! -

Nigerian vice president warns mischief makers - AFP

Nigeria 1-0 Benin - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

Relatives of Ghanaian resident in Nigeria to contact Foreign Ministry - Ghana News Agency

Nigeria need penalty to secure first win - Reuters South Africa

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Nigerian terror suspect's lonely road to radicalism - Seattle Times

How to drown the Nigerian child - The Guardian - Nigeria

Football shorts: Yakubu Aiyegbeni saves Nigeria - Times Online

State of the nation and Yar'Adua's BBC interview - The Punch

Travel Stories: Tell us about your worst trip. - Wall Street Journal

Writers react to botched Mutallab's bomb, Yar'Adua's absence - Daily Sun

Nigeria stay alive Ivory - Malaysia Star

Egypt shine as World Cup sides stumble in Africa Cup of Nations - The Guardian

The President under hostage - Vanguard

Lonely Trek to Radicalism for Terror Suspect - New York Times

Yar'Adua: From President to problem - Vanguard

Prolonged absences of President hinders progress in Nigeria - BusinessGhana

Egypt into last Cup of Nations eight, Nigeria edge closer - AFP

Egypt through as Nigeria revive last eight hopes - Reuters UK

Egypt make sure of first place; Nigeria back on track (Roundup) - Monsters and

Egypt, Nigeria in charge in Group C at African Cup - USA Today

Report: Nigeria vs Benin - African Nations Cup - ESPN

Nigeria beats Benin 1-0 at African Cup - USA Today

Nigerians in UK protest against bad governance, demand the truth on Yar'dua's ... - The Punch

African Nations Cup: Nigerian Players Make Talk Shop Ahead Of Benin Clash -

Benin vs Nigeria Online Live Stream - Daily TV and Sports Buzz (blog)

Preview: Nigeria - Benin -

Internet TV – Nigeria v Benin Live Stream - World-Track and Field (blog)

Kenya to Deport Muslim Cleric Without Delay - New York Times

Kenya to deport Muslim cleric without delay - Reuters

Kenya to deport Muslim cleric without delay - Washington Post

African Cup of Nations 2010: Nigeria v Benin Preview - About a Ball

Martins rejoins Nigeria after flying visit to England - Times of India

Nigerian president 'doing fine': ambassador - AFP

Pressure on struggling Nigeria ahead of Benin clash - Reuters South Africa

Win or bust for Nigeria and coach Shua - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria/Benin: Angola 2010 - No More Tears -

Friday, January 15, 2010

Pressure on struggling Nigeria ahead of Benin clash - Reuters India

African Nations Cup Preview: Nigeria - Benin -

Yobo tells Nigeria to raise game or go out - Independent

'Standard Bank to acquire more Nigerian banks' - The Punch

Nairobi demonstrations by Islamic radicals contained - eTurboNews

Win or bust for Nigeria and their coach Amodu - Malaysia Star

The Anambra Matrix -

Mafia running Nigeria in Yar'Adua's absence - Daily Sun

Oil prices tumble on concerns about demand, Nigeria unrest - Channel News Asia

Amokachi to replace Amodu if Nigeria lose - New Vision

Football CAN 2010: Nigeria coach to rejig team against Benin - Afrique en Ligue

At least five killed in demo over Jamaican clericin Kenya - Xinhua

Nigerian leader's absence at Armed Forces Remembrance historic - Afrique en Ligue

Why we included Nigeria on terror list, by US - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Ransom demand for British hostages in Nigeria - AFP

Ransom demand for British hostages held in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria court backs president amid crisis - Press TV

African Nations Cup: Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Gets Ultimatum -

Group C: Nigeria vs Benin Preview - ESPN STAR Sports

US Toughens Stance as Nigeria Copes With Absent President - The AtlanticWire (blog)

Nigerian kidnappers demand ransom hostages - AFP

Nigerian Stock Favored in Africa by Securities Africa - Bloomberg

Nigerian Stocks Favored on Banks, Oil, Securities Africa Says - Bloomberg

Kenya police shoot hate cleric al-Faisal supporters - BBC News

Nigerian court clears vice president to exercise presidential powers - ISI - Emerging Markets

Jonathan - Lawyers Disagree On Court Judgment -

Mutallab - Reps Summon Maduekwe -

Country Must Not Abandon Abdulmutallab Now -Mbadinuju -

2011 - Women to Hold Political Summit - Minister -

Fidson of Nigeria Gains a Second Day on Full-Year Profit Rise - Bloomberg

Nigeria/Angola: Beat Benin or hand over to Amokachi --NFF -

Minister Commends Borno Governor's Wife on Maternal Health -

MP Denies Ultimatum for Yar'Adua to Handover to Jonathan -

Abdulmutallab - Reps Summon Maduekwe, Probe Aviation Sector -

Nigeria/Angola: Toro Urges Nigerians to Keep Faith With Eagles -

Coming to Nigeria's Defence -

Amodu in the Eye of the Storm Again -

Orji Makes Case for Slain Politicians, Remembers Ex-Servicemen -

Piracy - Sekibo, Usoro Flay Maritime Security Bill -

Nigerian terrorists demand £1.2m ransom for British trio - Press and Journal

Nigeria's succession war leads to legal wrangle - Peninsula On-line

Four Million Girls Out of School - Minister -

Nation to Help Quake-Hit Haiti -

NBA Picks Holes in VP Ruling - Three Other Cases Stalled -

Gambia: President Jammeh Praises Nigeria's Effort in Africa's Development -

Skye Bank mulls purchase of rescued Nigerian bank - Reuters South Africa

Your Reaction And Mine -

Woman, 35, Bags 15 Years Jail Term for Human Trafficking -

Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa: Sub-Sahara Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Row in Senate Over Yar'Adua -

NFF Indicts Amodu - THISDAY

Tribal affiliation clouds Nigeria's judgment - Financial Times

Will 'Nigeria rejects' beat Eagles - NEXT

Nigeria president still out: VP Goodluck Jonathan takes over - Christian Science Monitor

Jonathan closes in on Nigeria leadership - Financial Times

Radical Islamist cleric back in Kenya after aborted deportation bid - The Bostwana Gazette

AON condemn listing of Nigeria as terror risk stat - Xinhua

In Nigeria, Legal Questions Arise over Transfer of Presidential Powers - Voice of America

Leave Martins alone, Nigeria tell Wolfsburg - Independent Online

Successful start - Al-Ahram Weekly

Nigerian court adjourns cases on absentee president (Roundup) - Monsters and

Nigerian leader may soon leave hospital, VP quiet - Reuters

Standard Bank, FirstRand Examine Nigerian Bank Bids - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's senators reject a motion to honour the father of alleged Nigerian bomber - NgEX

Eagles Will Qualify for Nations Cup Quarter Finals - Erico -

Nigeria Court Sets Jan. 22 for Judgment on President - Bloomberg

President Yar'Adua Speaks -

Opponents Voted N300 Million for Media War Against Me - Sanusi -

Senators Reject Ekweremadu's Motion to Honour Mutallab -

Nigeria court ruling over VP powers sparks confusion - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria's Obafemi Martins leaves Nations Cupo for a day - BBC Sport

Fidson of Nigeria Full-Year Profit Doubles as Revenue Increases - Bloomberg

Nigeria Deports Controversial Jamaican Islamist Terrorist, Abdullah al-Faisal ... - Modern Ghana

Standard Bank, FirstRand Express Interest In Nigeria Buys - Wall Street Journal

FirstRand, Standard Bank Approach Nigeria Over Distressed Banks - BusinessWeek

Nigeria court hear sick President Yar'Adua cases - BBC News

EFCC Arraigns Nine Over N200 Million Fraud -

Murder - Kwara Women Denounce Killer Cops -

Immigration reform advocates see inspiration in work of MLK, honored at ... - Los Angeles Times

Nigeria court hears lawsuits over leader's absence - Washington Post

Nigeria Clears Vice President to Assume Powers, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

'Kidnappers of Britons, Columbian Yet to Make Contact' -

Immigration reformers see parallels in MLK's work - Houston Chronicle

No Detroit connection, lawmakers say - Detroit Free Press

Buhari, Atiku, Others Storm National Assembly -

Terrorist Attack - Homeland Secretary to Discuss Aviation Security ... -

Abdulmutallab - Senate Orders Investigation of Security Agencies -

Court - VP Can Wield Yar'Adua's Powers -

Yar'Adua - Buhari, Atiku Want 15-Man Team to Saudi Arabia -

Daniel Condemns Nigeria's Inclusion on US Terror List - THISDAY

Nigeria to Put Air Marshals on US-Bound Flights - Voice of America

Oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria -

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Massob Leader, Uwazuruike Arrested -

Nigeria To Deploy Air Marshals On U.S.-Bound Flights - RTT News

Jonathan Takes Over As Acting President -

Strong oil prices to boost OPEC's 2010 Revenue: Nigeria - Tehran Times

Senators blame executive for Nigeria's terror listing - NEXT

AbdulMutallab and America's overkill - The Punch

Pharaohs ready to be kings of Africa - 7DAYS

Nigeria needs to put its own house in order before developing Delta - Financial Times

Nigeria/Benin: Eseka Cautions Eagles Against Squirrels -

AbdulMutallab: Senate to probe security breach - The Punch

Yar'Adua: Nigeria approaching visible darkness – NPAN - The Punch

Vice-President of Nigeria in charge - Independent

Federal Govt Assures Diplomatic Corps on Peace, Security -

Nigeria mulls air marshals on US-bound flights : minister - AFP

Nigeria Court Orders Vice President to Assume Executive Powers - Voice of America

Nigeria VP 'can take head duties' -

Nigeria boss Amodu under pressure after defeat - ESPN

Nigeria to allow US-trained air marshals on flights - Reuters

Nigeria's VP can perform Yar'Adua's duties-court - Reuters South Africa

Terrorism - Party Chieftain Urges Senate to Review Ultimatum to US -

Nigerian court rules VP can act for ailing president - AFP

Nigerian Police Begin Bid to Rescue Abducted Britons, Colombian - Bloomberg

Nigeria to Allow Armed US Air Marshals on Flights - ABC News

Nigeria Approves Air Marshals on US-Bound Flights - BusinessWeek

You know Nigeria are in trouble when the call goes out for Okocha - The Guardian (blog)

Nigeria deputy 'has full powers' - BBC News

Nigerian Senate denies issuing ultimatum to the US - Afrique en Ligue


Sub-Saharan Africa Stocks: African Petroleum, Unilever Nigeria - Bloomberg

Kenya challenged on Jamaican 'hate-cleric' detention - BBC News

Nigeria coach Amodu not concerned about World Cup threat - Monsters and

UK, UAE Ignore EFCC's Request to Freeze Akingbola's Assets -

Nigeria Army Probes Shots That Reportedly Killed 2 At Chevron -

Adbulmutallab - Why Working Class Alternative is Imperative -

Stakeholders Raise Objections, As Battle for Soul of AMC Rages -

Nigeria's 'missing' president breaks silence to dispel death rumors - CNN International

Gunmen Kidnap Three Britons, Kill Policeman in Port Harcourt -

Yar'Adua - Authorities Should Act Fast to Save Nation - Bako -

Abdulmutallab - Seer Warns US Over Row -

African Nations Cup Fanview: Disappointed Fans Rue Nigeria's Loss To Egypt -

Bankole, Others to Visit Yar'Adua in Saudi -

Suswam Urges Army to Shun Coup -

FG to Strike Oil Supply Deal With China -

African Nations Cup: Long Way To Go For Egypt Despite Nigeria Win – Hassan Shehata -

Britons kidnapped in Nigeria - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

Egypt beats Nigeria 3-1 at African Cup - Boston Herald

Amnesty Not Designed to Succeed - Pyagbara -

Yar'Adua Speaks to BBC -

Three British oil workers seized in Nigeria -

Protest in Abuja - Soyinka, Others Want Yar'Adua Impeached -

Egypt come from behind to beat Nigeria 3-1 in Africa Cup of Nations. - NgEX

New York City sues Nigeria over unpaid taxes on "Nigeria House" in the USA - NgEX

4 foreign oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria -

Egypt defeats Nigeria - Sydney Morning Herald

Feature: Suicide Bomber- The Balance of Mind - Joy Online

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

I'm Alive - Yar'Adua -

Standard Chartered Private Equity Invests In Nigerian Gas Co - Wall Street Journal

The terror State called Nigeria - Daily Sun

Nigerian Anger at the US Grows - Wall Street Journal

A president AWOL: Who is in charge of Nigeria? - Washington Post

Nigeria's ailing president clings to power from his hospital bed - Financial Times

Security lessons from US handling of Abdulmutallab's failed bomb plot - BusinessDay

Abdulmutallab: US Appreciates Nigeria's Support - LeadershipNigeria

New York seeks millions of USD in unpaid taxes from Nigeria - Xinhua

The Mutallab Challenge - Truthdig

Bloomberg To Sue Nigeria For Back Taxes - Gothamist

Bombing Attempt Frays Nigeria's Ties With US - Wall Street Journal

Not guilty plea entered for Nigerian bomb suspect -

Egypt beats Nigeria 3-1, Mozambique, Benin draw 2-2 in at African Cup - The Canadian Press

NYC Sues Nigeria for Back Taxes - Sphere

Europe, Mideast Protest Tighter Airline Security - New York Times

Egypt top group after beating Nigeria; Benin draw (Roundup) - Monsters and

Detained Cleric to Challenge his Deportation Order in Kenyan Courts - Voice of America

New York sues Nigeria over millions in unpaid taxes - AFP

Timeline: Where was Abdulmutallab? -

NYC Sues Nigeria for Unpaid Taxes at Midtown Headquarters - DNAinfo

Foreigners kidnapped in Nigeria -

Egypt beats Nigeria 3-1 at African Cup - USA Today

Angry Protest in Nigeria Over Ailing In-Absentia Leader - New York Times

Egypt Defeats Nigeria at Africa Cup of Nations - Voice of America

Ailing Nigerian President Breaks Silence Seven Weeks After Hospitalization - RTT News

Exclusive: City to sue Nigeria over unpaid real estate taxes - New York Post

Nigerian Protesters Dismiss Ailing President's BBC Comments - Voice of America

Report: Egypt vs Nigeria - African Nations Cup - ESPN

Egypt downs Nigeria 3-1 in African Cup of Nations - USA Today

NYC sues Nigeria for up to $16 million in unpaid real estate taxes on ... - Los Angeles Times

Nigerian's trips may offer clue to US attack plot - Reuters South Africa

Obama's Abdulmutallab Challenge - THISDAY

Three British oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria -

Live Update: Egypt 0-1 Nigeria - Joy Online

Nigeria gunmen kidnap 3 British workers, 1 Colombian - Reuters

Nigerian Stocks to Surge as Banks Recover From Crisis, CSL Says - Bloomberg

Ailing President speaks - New Zealand Herald

Internet TV – Egypt v Nigeria, Mozambique v Benin Live Stream - World-Track and Field (blog)

Nigerian president puts rumors of his death to rest - Christian Science Monitor

Three Britons, one Colombian snatched in Nigeria - CNN International

Shell CEO: Nigeria No Longer Drives Oil Output Growth - Wall Street Journal

Africa Cup of Nations: Egypt v Nigeria - live! - The Guardian

Nigerian Gunmen Kidnap Four Shell Workers in Ambush - Bloomberg

Nigerian President Breaks Seven-Week Silence - Voice of America

Shell No Longer Looks To Nigeria To Drive Oil Output Growth-CEO - Wall Street Journal

Nations Cup - Super Eagles Begin Quest for Glory -

Perspectives On Abdulmutallab's Arrest -

Chevron Corp. investigates reports of an attack on Nigerian pipeline - ISI - Emerging Markets

Four Shell Contractors Abducted In Nigeria's Delta -

Nigerian President breaks silence from Saudi hospital bed - Earthtimes (press release)

Can Anything Good Come Out of Abdulmutallab's Misadventure? -

Nigeria leader breaks silence: 'I'm getting better' - AFP

FirstRand Plans Retail, Commercial Banking in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Your reaction to Nigeria's president interview - BBC News

Three Britons, one Colombian kidnapped in Nigeria - AFP

'Britons kidnapped' in Nigeria - BBC News

1 Colombian,3 UK Oil Workers Abducted In Delta -Nigeria Police - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's president breaks silence to quash death rumours - The Guardian

Nigeria's missing president calls home - Radio Netherlands

Yar'Adua Says He Will Return to Duty -

Nigerian President Ends Silence, Says Recovering - New York Times

Mutallab - US Unfair to Nation - Fashola -

Reports of ailing Nigerian President spark political crisis - Globe and Mail

Nigerian president buys time with comments - Reuters South Africa

Abdulmutallab - Mend Accuses FG of Double Standard -

Nation, Egypt Begin Title Chase -

Nigerian Central Bank Plans to Categorize Banks, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Will Mutallab Saga Affect Economy? -

Nigeria's Yar'Adua Says Health Better, as Groups Ready Protest - Bloomberg

Police Intensify Patrols in FCT -

Egypt v match preview -

Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa: Africa Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Monday, January 11, 2010

Towards New Police Force -

Obasanjo Faults FG On Terror Listing -

BBC: Ill Nigerian president gives interview - Atlanta Journal Constitution

BBC: Ill Nigerian President Gives Interview - New York Times

BBC: Ill Nigerian president gives interview - Seattle Times

Under Obama, US has taken a step back in war on terror - Shore News Today

Father of Nigerian terror suspect asked to testify in US - Daily News & Analysis

Nigeria's ailing President Yar'Adua breaks silence - BBC News

Accused Bomber's Dad Is Believed Likely to Travel to Washington to Testify - ABC News

Nigeria Minister Calls Protesters 'Desperado' Politicians - Voice of America

Terror List: Senate Seeks Diplomatic Option - THISDAY

Olam International To Buy Nigerian Wheat Miller For US$107.6 Million - FOXBusiness

• Wayas urges caution, full acting powers for VP - Daily Sun

Yar'Adua - Leading Nation Into Global Irrelevance -

Nigerians fearful for leader's health - Financial Times

Nigeria Militants Threaten Retaliation Against Army After Deaths -

Nigerian government denies president's health rumours - ABC Online

Nigerians to demand end to political uncertainty - Reuters

Kerry Invites Father of Nigerian Terror Suspect to Testify to Senate Panel - FOXNews

Egypt v Nigeria (Tue) - BBC Sport

Panel wants terror suspect's dad to testify - Detroit Free Press

Kenya Unable to Rid Itself of Unwanted Muslim Cleric - Voice of America

Al-Jazeera TV Report on the Nigerian Community of 'Christmas Day Bomber' Umar ... - Middle East Media Research Institute

Spokesman Says Nigerian President Alive, Conscious - Voice of America

Ex-Nigeria rebels rethink amnesty with Yar'Adua away - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian man indicted for attack - Kaleidoscope

Nigeria president's health is improving-spokesman - Reuters UK

Security haunts Nigeria's oil sector -

Abdulmutallab - Don Blames Negative Socialisation -

Defending champion Egypt opens against Nigeria - USA Today

Is Nigerian president Yar'Adua dead? His absence may spark political crisis - Christian Science Monitor

Obama Plays Down Military Role in Yemen - New York Times

Nigeria's political elite discusses 'missing' president - AFP

LP Berates PDP Over Uba's Expulsion -

President's health a heavy topic for Nigeria - Independent Online

Self-Flagellation and The Abdulmutallab Affair - Nigerian Muse

Alfan Reconciles Farmers in Bayelsa -

Country to Modernise Armed Forces, Says Jonathan -

US Should Apologise - Lawyer -

Terrorist Listing - NLF Wants Yar'Adua to Resign -

Egypt vows to defeat Nigeria - NEXT

6000 MW - PDP a Disgrace - Shekarau -

Yar'Adua - Senate Mulls Way Forward Tomorrow -

Nigeria/Angola: Inspiring and Searching for History -

Radical Muslim Cleric Refused Entry into Nigeria - Newstime Africa

Nation / US Diplomatic Row - Much Ado About Terrorism -

Onovo Recalls Retrenched Officers -

Nigeria/Angola: Eagles, Pharaohs in Crunchy Clash -

Nigeria Army Confirms Chevron Pipeline Sabotage -

Militants Accuse FG of Favouring Mutallab -

Terror List - Senate Upbraids Soyinka -

Yar'Adua Can't Continue in Office - Mega Summit -

Yar'Adua - 'Northern Interest' All Gimmick - Naja'atu -

Dark side of the moon - Daily O'Collegian

Petraeus Rules Out Sending US Troops to Yemen - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian Group to Protest President's Absence, Power Vacuum - Bloomberg

Mutallab - US, Govt Officials Meet in Abuja -

Jamaican Muslim cleric back in Kenya prison - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

Nigeria's VP seeks modern army to maintain influence - Reuters South Africa

Jamaican Muslim cleric back in Kenya prison - Xinhua

Detroit Judge Enters Not Guilty Plea for Nigerian Air Terrorist -

Angola, Nigeria, South Africa: Africa Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Nigeria in crisis after president left 'seriously brain-damaged' -

Nigerians express shock, disbelief about Abdulmutallab - USA Today

Sunday, January 10, 2010

El-Rufai writes Obama over Nigeria's terror listing - NEXT

50 Years After Independence: Cleric Laments Nigeria's Status - THISDAY

Amodu plans physical game against Egypt - The Punch

US official arrives Nigeria over political crisis - NEXT

Beyond Terrorism: Seeing Another Side Of Yemen - NPR

Deported, Radical Cleric Back in Kenya - New York Times

How Nigeria spoilt its case — Falana - The Punch

Yar?Adua Incapable of Acting as President? -

Nigeria's VP seeks modern army to maintain influence - Reuters UK

Senator McCain: Wrong to Give Nigerian Bomb Suspect Civilian Rights - Voice of America

Senators: Punish US officials over airline plot - Ynetnews

Lawmakers call for accountability in foiled Christmas Day attack - AFP

Nigerian Court, Parliament Set to Deliberate on Leadership Crisis - Voice of America

Pipeline Attack Is Blow to Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Wrong to give bomb suspect civilian rights: McCain - Reuters

Kanu denies reports of bust-up with Nigeria coach - ESPN

The path from Nigeria to Seat 19A - Detroit Free Press

Chevron cuts back Nigeria oil flow after attack - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria, China Sign MoU On Bilateral Cooperation - LeadershipNigeria

Chevron pipeline attacked in Nigeria - AngolaPress

Nigeria may plunge into crisis - NEXT

Diplomatic Commotion as Nigerian Senate Gives US 7-Day Ultimatum - Newstime Africa

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Nigerian suspect's radical trail leading to bomb bid - Sin Chew Jit Poh

Father knows best - NEXT

Confronting the greater Nigerian challenge - NEXT

What the US knew about Al-Qaeda plot - AFP

US Senate Invites Mutallab Senior - THISDAY

Resolving the leadership lacuna - NEXT

We Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - THISDAY

Chevron Confirms Nigeria Pipe Breach -

Terrorism: Nigeria not on US watch list – Maduekwe - The Punch

Highlights of Nigeria's participation - NEXT

Blackspotting Nigeria - Vanguard

Egypt, Nigeria favourites in Group C - NEXT

Gunmen Attack Pipeline in Nigeria - New York Times

Terrorism and the dwindling influence of a giant - The Punch

Security lessons of 9-11haven't sunk in - Sun-Sentinel

Detroit bomb attempt — a plot to expand US wars? - Michigan Citizen

Chevron cuts back Nigeria oil flow after attack - Reuters UK

Chevron Pipeline Attacked in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Yemen readies to take on al-Qaeda -

Chevron Pipeline Attacked in Niger Delta - Voice of America

Yemenis Want Qaeda Forced From Country - CBS News

David Frum: England made Abdulmutallab - National Post (blog)

Nigerian media feast on terrorism story involving Nigerian man - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria is not a terrorist country – Aondoakaa - The Punch

African Cup Of Nations: Nigeria Assure Fans Of Team's Safety -

Chevron pipeline attacked in Niger Delta - BusinessWeek

Report: Plane Plot Suspect Boasted of Others Trained to Blow Up Jets - FOXNews

Chevron pipeline attacked in Nigeria - AFP

Africa Cup Of Nations Player Profile: Osaze Odemwingie - Nigeria -

Gunmen Hit Chevron Pipeline in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Chevron pipeline attacked in Nigeria - Independent Online

Rally speaks out against terrorism - Detroit Free Press

Chevron Pipeline Attacked in Niger Delta - ABC News

Chevron pipeline attacked in Niger Delta - eTaiwan News (blog)

Chevron pipeline attacked in Niger Delta - Boston Globe

Chevron pipeline attacked in Niger Delta - MSN Money

Terrorist watch lists imperfect, experts say - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

For Immigrants, New Travel Concerns - New York Times

Terror List: Why The US Got It Wrong On Nigeria - LeadershipNigeria

Shackled Nigerian bomb suspect betrays no emotion - Manila Bulletin

Friday, January 08, 2010

Nigerian arraigned...Disruptive passengers...Biden's mother dies - 9&10 News

International cooperation a challenge for air security - Washington Post

Nigerian is arraigned in bomb attempt case - Austin American-Statesman

Airliner plot being prosecuted 'in wrong place,' Giuliani says - Washington Post

Obama outlines steps on terror failures - Financial Times

Not Guilty Plea Entered For Nigerian Bomb Suspect - New York Times

House to Debate Yar'Adua's Absence - THISDAY

Not guilty plea entered for Nigerian bomb suspect - Reuters Canada

Brennan: Officials 'didn't understand' intel - Washington Times

Al-Qaeda recruited suspect in UK, says Yemen - Financial Times

Not guilty plea entered for Nigerian bomb suspect - Alibaba News Channel

Amodu's list and the big party in Angola - The Punch

Ex-lawmaker, LG boss differ on Nigeria's 'risk state' status - The Punch

Chevron oil pipeline attacked in Nigeria - sources - Reuters

Terrorism Means Coddling of Privileged Nigerians Must End: Daily Independent ... - The Moderate Voice

Experts say terror watch lists have limited uses -

Oil tops China-Nigeria talks agenda - AFP

Nigerian says he's not guilty -

Yemen's Deputy PM Links Nigerian Terrorist Suspect to al-Qaida - Voice of America

Nigerian Arraigned in Bomb Attempt - New York Times

Nigerian man charged with trying to blow up US airliner pleads not guilty in ... - Newser

Not-guilty plea entered for Detroit terror suspect - The Detroit News

Nigerian bomb suspect due in US court - StarPhoenix

Nigerian due in court...Afghan bombs...Money for jobs - 9&10 News

Muslim, Nigerian leaders rally against terrorism - Detroit Free Press

Nigeria Vows to Come Down Hard on Religious Extremists - Voice of America

China, Nigeria Discuss Investment in Oil, Electricity - Bloomberg

Airline bomb plot strains US-Nigeria ties - AFP

Nigerian lawmakers to discuss Yar'Adua's illness - AFP

Experts say terror watch lists have limited uses - Washington Post

Mind-Reading Systems Could Change Air Security - FOXNews

YEMEN GOVERNMENT: Nigerian Bomber's Explosive Came From Nigeria - Modern Ghana

Nigeria Stocks Rally Longest in Five Months on $1 Billion Loan - Bloomberg

FBI Tracks Abdulmutallab's Steps in Ghana - CBS News

News roundup: Nigerian terror suspect to appear in court today - USA Today

Tight security as Nigerian bomb suspect due in US court -

While US intelligence failed on Flight 253 attack, problem not a 9-11 repeat - Chicago Sun-Times (blog)

Plane bomb suspect Abdulmutallab due in Detroit court - BBC News

Nigerian bomb suspect due in court - National Post

Nigerian House to take up president's absence - Washington Post

Nigerian bomb suspect to face charges in Detroit - Reuters South Africa

Mobius Says Nigeria Bank Stocks Have Good Valuations (Correct) - Bloomberg

Crisis in Nigeria as president goes missing - The Guardian

What We Learned About the Intelligence Failure - FOXNews (blog)

Nigeria profile - SkySports

First Bank of Nigeria Rises to One-Month High on Bank Guarantee - Bloomberg

Terrorism - Nigeria Unfolds Stricter Airport Security -

US Exim Bank Loans $1 Billion to Nigeria for Banks, Punch Says - Bloomberg

Templeton's Mobius Says Nigeria Bank Stocks Have Good Valuations - Bloomberg

Chinese foreign minister arrives in Nigeria for visit - Xinhua

National Identity Card to Be Criteria for Bank Loans - Sanusi -

Nigeria president "sound and fit" in Saudi hospital - Reuters South Africa

Blacklist - Ikuforiji Faults US -

Nigeria president "sound and fit" in Saudi hospital - Reuters UK

Few Court Options for Xmas Plot Suspect - CBS News

Nigerians Want Missing President's Powers Transferred - NPR

Blacklisting - US Unfair to Nation - Aondoakaa -

Police Allege Plans to Ruin Anambra Polls -

Inclusion of Nigeria on US Watch List a Blessing - Sultan Dasuki -

CBN Issues Fresh Guidelines to Banks on Lending -

Pray, Who Signed the 2010 Appropriation Act? -

US didn't put pieces together, report says - Detroit Free Press

Yemen says Nigerian may have met radical cleric - Dallas Morning News

CBN to Introduce Succession Plan for Bank Chief Executives -

Nigeria's Shaibu Amodu: All my players got there by merit - Global - ESPN

Budget - 'Yar'adua's Signature Was Forged' -

The Daily Wrap: What We Learned About the Intelligence Failure - FOXNews (blog)

Nigerian Terrorism Suspect Due In Court - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Obama orders anti-terror changes - Seattle Times

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Mass Sack - Govt Orders Banks to Obey Labour Laws -

Yemen says Nigerian may have met radical cleric - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Leader's 'Disappearance' Comes at a Tricky Time for US-Nigerian Relations - Daily Finance

Banks Not Examined Last 5 Years, Says Sanusi - THISDAY

Despite Information, Suspect Slipped Through Cracks - NPR

Yemen says bomb suspect met with al-Qaida figures - San Jose Mercury News

Terror Watch: NANS Calls on US to Delist Nigeria - THISDAY

CIA plans more analysts for Yemen, Africa - AFP

Factbox: Christmas Day bombing plot: Who knew what, when? - Reuters

U.S. learned intelligence on airline attack suspect while he was en route - Los Angeles Times

Zambia: Eagles, Zambia draw, as NFF denies injury threat to team - Lusaka Times

Is Nigeria's president still alive? - Foreign Policy (blog)

Fuel Scarcity, National Shame, Says Federal Govt -

Nigeria to provide US with images of terror suspect - NEXT

Court Case Makes June 12 Doubtful for Martins -

Country in the Eye of the Storm -

Airline Bombing Suspect Flagged For Check At Landing - KWTX

Nigeria offers US images of bomber screening at Lagos airport - AFP

Nigerian indicted on six counts - Straits Times

Official: Agents planned to talk to suspect on arrival - Detroit Free Press

Obama to Release Security Review of Attempted Bombing - ABC News

Nigerian Man Indicted in Attempted Terrorist Bombing - The Epoch Times

Airline bombing plot: Barack Obama rules out sackings over security failures - The Guardian

Nigerian bomber 'introverted,' says his Canadian roommate - AFP

Spotlight: The Intelligence Breakdown - TIME

Nigeria offers airport images of bomber - Sydney Morning Herald

US watchlist adds to Nigeria's many woes - AFP

Nigerian suspect met radical cleric in Yemen - Daily Nation

Nigeria's Almajiri children learning a life of poverty and violence - CNN International

Spotty enforcement for new US air screening rules - WECT-TV6

Yemen warns US intervention could strengthen al-Qaeda - Washington Post

White House to detail security gaps in attempted airliner bombing - Washington Post

Nigeria under pressure to prove ailing president is still in charge -

The Unfolding Abdulmutallab Drama -

Yemen Links Nigerian Airline Plotter With Radical Cleric - Voice of America

Likely Mass Protest Over Political Hiatus -

Yemen says Nigerian accused in plane bomb plot may have met radical cleric - San Jose Mercury News

Nigeria says plane suspect was properly screened - Reuters

Nigeria Stocks Rise Most in 3 Months on Central Bank Guarantee - Bloomberg

Nigerian Would-Be Bomber Met Radical Yemen Cleric - Voice of America

Report: Feds planned to question Nigerian bomber upon landing - KENS 5 TV

Yemen: Nigerian may have met radical cleric - Washington Times

Is Nigeria facing a constitutional crisis? - BBC News

Yemen says Nigerian may have met radical cleric - Boston Herald

Suspect in Plane Bomb Attempt Screened - New York Times

Eagles play goalless draw against Zambia - Joy Online

Yemen says Nigerian may have met radical cleric - Houston Chronicle

Country Never Tolerates Terrorism, Says Onovo -

Terrorism - Country May Cut Ties With US - Akunyili -

Nigeria President Yar'Adua budget signature 'forged' - BBC News

FG Warns Over Country's Blacklisting -

Vietnam, Nigeria are Among 'Cheap' Frontier Markets, Mobius Says - Bloomberg

Where's Mr. President? -

Yemeni official says Nigerian terror suspect met with radical cleric - USA Today

Nigerian charged over failed plane attack - Sydney Morning Herald

Yemen: Nigeria bomber recruited by al-Qaeda in London - Al-Bawaba

Country Not in Economic Recession - Muhtar -

Yar 'Adua - OPC Leader Tasks NMA On Medical Report -

…Group writes Saudi King over Nigeria's President - Daily Sun

Prove That Yar'Adua Isn't Incapacitated, CNPP Tells Governors -

Terror - Extra Search Threatens Nigeria- US Ties -

Nigeria/Angola: As Battle for the Nations Cup Begins -

Oceanic Bank of Nigeria Cuts Executive Pay by as Much as 35% - Bloomberg

Nigerian indicted in attempted plane attack - Boston Globe

Nigerian indicted on attempted murder in foiled effort to blow up jet - Dallas Morning News

Eagles Survive Chipolopolo Forays -

US Grand Jury Indicts Nigerian Plane Suspect - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Nigeria central bank to publish private bank lending rates - Reuters South Africa

Ailing Nigeria leader calls VP, but talk kept secret - Reuters South Africa

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Clem's Chronicles: Air Marshals/Nigerian Indicted/Airport Security - ABC News (blog)

AbdulMutallab Indicted by US Jury, Faces Life Jail - THISDAY

Nigeria aim for third Nations Cup trophy - Times of India

Nigerian Man Is Indicted in Attempted Plane Attack - New York Times

Speaker Wants Nigeria Removed from List - THISDAY

Why did security checks fail to spot explosives? - Ethiopian Review

What Does the Detroit Bomber Know? - Wall Street Journal

Amodu, Eagles have no excuse in Angola - NEXT

Obama Presses Security Overhaul, Nigerian Indicted - New York Times

America and the Mutallabisation of Nigeria - The Punch

We may severe diplomatic ties with US – FG - The Punch

Nigeria Cautions U.S. Over Newly Enforced Airport Security Checks - RTT News

Prove you are alive: clamour for missing Nigerian leader to show his face - Times Online

Nigerian man indicted in botched airline attack - Detroit Free Press

Nigerian Indicted in Christmas Plot - Wall Street Journal

FG to Spend US$1.6 Million On Body Scanners -

Nigeria nears constitutional crisis - Financial Times

US charges Nigerian suspect over plane bomb plot - BBC News

Nigerian Man Indicted in Plot to Blow up Plane - ABC News

Nigerian indicted for foiled Christmas Day terrorist attack - USA Today

2 workers shot dead at Chevron plant in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Ailing Nigerian president phones officials from hospital bed - AFP

Nigeria Begins Another Round of Elections amid Uncertainty over President's Health - Voice of America

Eagles Highly Motivated for Nations Cup - Lulu -

US security rules likely to harm Nigeria ties: govt - AFP

Nigeria President Umaru Yar'Adua 'is conscious' - BBC News

2 workers shot dead at Chevron plant in Nigeria - San Jose Mercury News

US screening 'risks Nigeria ties' - BBC News

Nigeria threatens to sever ties with America - NEXT

More Useless TSA Rules Won't Improve Airline Security - Sovereign Society (blog)

Nigeria says US air rule threatens bilateral ties - Reuters

African Countries Step Up Airport Security Measures - Voice of America

CBN Justifies Mass Sack in Banks -

Nigeria in a comity of terrorist nations - The Punch

Nigeria's external reserves decline by 20% in 2009 – CBN - The Punch

Sack - CBN Defends Banks -

Yar'Adua - NBA, Falana Battle FG in Court -

One 'Allegedly' Too Many - Wall Street Journal

What 2010 Could Mean for Country -

Nigeria's Amodu: All my players got there by merit - ESPN

Abeokuta Library Excites Ghanaian Monarch - Tasks Obas On Development -

Nigeria may fire security officials for failing to stop bomb suspect - ISI - Emerging Markets

Nigeria makes airport security checks appeal to US - BBC News

Falana Demands President's Medical Report -

Joseph Yobo is Only One Worry as Nigeria Face Problems in Angola - Premier League FanHouse (blog)

Egypt/Ogbuke Writes Off Egypt, Mozambique Nations Cup Threat -

Nigeria formally protests inclusion on terror screening list - Afrique en Ligue

Amaechi Cautions Police On Road Blocks -

Obama's followers should recognize him as 'enemy of the state' - Columbia County News Times

Tradeoffs after Obama's meeting with security advisors - Christian Science Monitor

Editorial: Full-body scans can secure air travel - Anderson Herald Bulletin

Muslim MP in UK says racial profiling need of the day -

Nigeria chafes at tougher US air security rule - Reuters South Africa

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Blacklist - Maduekwe Summons US Envoy -

Nigeria threatens to severe ties with America - NEXT


Condemns enhanced screening of passengers from Pakistan, Yemen, Nigeria -

Revealed: Why US Blacklisted Nigeria - THISDAY

US lowers threshold for inclusion on no-fly lists - CNN

Issues that Will Make or Mar Nigeria in 2010 - THISDAY

White House: FBI Gained 'Usable Intelligence' From Nigerian Bomb Suspect - RTT News

Mikel tips Nigeria, CIV for Nations Cup - Daily Sun

African Nations Cup: Nigeria Coach Shaibu Amodu Relishing Egypt Test -

State Department revokes attempted bomber's visa - Reuters

Nigeria formally protests to US for listing it in terror nations - Xinhua

US Revokes Plane Bombing Suspect's Visa - New York Times

Dutch prosecutors: Bombing suspect landed in Amsterdam with explosives - CNN

Nigerian bomb suspect gave 'usable intelligence' to FBI - BBC News

Nigeria Seeks Removal From US Airline Security List - Voice of America

Nigeria asks to be taken off US security list - USA Today

Terror suspect raised no suspicion in Amsterdam - Forbes

Nigeria Court to Begin Hearings Over Yar'Adua Absence - New York Times

Terror Suspect Raised No Suspicion in Amsterdam - New York Times

UK to tighten airport security after failed bombing - CNN

Nigerian Central Bank Keeps Benchmark Interest Rate at 6% to Boost Lending - Bloomberg

Nigeria chafes at tougher US air security rule - Reuters

Obama Meets With Security Advisers - New York Times

Nigeria set for Wednesday arrival in Angola - Soccerway

After the Plane Bomber, Where in the World is Nigeria's President? - Huffington Post (blog)

Dutch say failed plane bomber acted alone - Reuters

New airline safety measures begin, Nigeria claims discrimination -

Hospitalized president leaves Nigeria without rudder - Frost Illustrated

Britain to set up airport body scanners this month - Reuters

Nigerian Opposition Party Demands Proof of President's Health - Voice of America

The Mutallab Saga - Nigerian Muse

Airport Scanners: Privacy Groups Say Slow Down - ABC News

Nigeria will appeal to reverse US flight screening - AFP

Nigerian Central Bank Keeps Becnhmark Interest Rate at 6% to Boost Lending - Bloomberg

Airline Groups Back New Safety Rules - Wall Street Journal

No-fly list updated as probe continues - Detroit Free Press's Top 10 Moments In Nigerian International Football -

CAN 2010: Nigeria will win Nations cup, says NFF Chief - Afrique en Ligue

A necessary intrusion - Battle Creek Enquirer

Nigeria hand Hoffenheim's Obasi Nations Cup berth - ESPN

US Cracks Down On Citizens -

Nigeria hand Hoffenheim's Chinedu Obasi Nations Cup berth - Global - ESPN

Country Not a Terrorist State -

Nigeria President Yar'Adua 'should be declared missing' - BBC News

Anambra - Hurdles Before Guber Candidates -

Britain clashes with US over bomber's terror links - The Age

Confusion in Nigeria as Uncertainty Looms Over The President's Health - Newstime Africa

Nigeria Says 'Security Risk' Label Is Unfair, Punch Reports - Bloomberg

Spotty Enforcement for New US Air Screening Rules - New York Times

Britain Informed US About Nigerian, Official Says - New York Times

Scapegoats and scaremongers - Socialist Worker Online

Few adopt new US security measures - Boston Globe

Have we learned anything from 9/11? - Hampton Union

The chink in airports' armor - Los Angeles Times

Schiphol buys 60 body scanners, denies lax security - Reuters

Monday, January 04, 2010

US steps up flight security lists - BBC News

Terror - FG Protests US Tough Stance on Nationals -

Nation Protests US List of Terrorist Nations -

A terrorism designation Cuba doesn't deserve - Washington Post

New Security Measures For International Travel - WIBW

attack on Flight 253 - Detroit Free Press

Nigerian Official Says Botched Plane Attack Undermines Re-Branding Efforts - Voice of America

Detroit bomb attempt highlights weaknesses in Africa's airport security - Plain Dealer

Ghana Probes Visit by Bomb Suspect - Wall Street Journal

Civil liberty groups oppose new US air screening - Reuters

New Rules on Flight Security Get Airline Groups' Support - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria:Anambra 2010 - From Governor to Governor? -

Botched Terrorism: Another Setback for Nigeria's Rebranding Project - THISDAY

Yar'Adua's Health: Whither Nigeria? - THISDAY

US Blacklists Nigeria - THISDAY

New Air Security Checks From 14 Nations to US Draw Criticism - New York Times

Can full-body airport scanners harm you? - CNET News

Dyer: Increasing airport security not the answer - Salt Lake Tribune

Botched bombing: Addressing global lapses in aviation security - BusinessDay

Bomb suspect intelligence was shared with US - AFP

US airport security to target 14 countries - Irish Times

Putting Nigeria on watch list is bad for foreign investment - NEXT

Obama to meet security team as watch lists grow - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigeria Line Up Zambia Friendly - LeadershipNigeria

'Nigeria is drifting towards anarchy' - The Punch

FG kicks as US classifies Nigeria 'security risk state' - The Punch

Muslim-American group criticizes TSA plan as profiling - CNN

Nigerian spent 2 weeks in Ghana before US flight - eTaiwan News (blog)

Nigeria Regrets Inclusion on US Screening List - Voice of America

Nigeria:Purge in the Banks -

Full-Body Scanners 101: What Airports Have Them - Jaunted

Boosting flight security measures - BBC News

We shared intelligence about plane bomber: UK - Brisbane Times

Airport security clampdown - Times LIVE

Nigeria unhappy with airport scans on its citizens - Beijing News

Eneramo axed by Nigeria - BBC Sport

US to pat-down flyers from Pakistan - Times of India

New US security demands; long lines in Nigeria - WKYC-TV

My Goodness! Guinness to sponsor Nigeria in World Cup - Irish Central

European response mixed to new US security demands - BusinessWeek

UK shared intelligence on suspected US plane bomber - BBC News

US-bound passengers from 14 countries face new airport security - Christian Science Monitor

Bomb attempt a wake-up call for Nigeria - CNN

Sudan, Nigeria and Somalia in new US traveller screening list - Daily Nation

Nigeria:I Pity Umaru Mutallab - Obasanjo -

Britain Says It Passed Airliner Suspect Data to US - New York Times

New US flight checks 'discriminate against Nigeria' - AFP

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian Muslim who tried to blow up a plane on ... - Patriot Post

Britain says it passed airliner suspect data to US - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigeria:Stop Mass Retrenchments, Federal Govt Orders Banks -

Britain says it passed airliner suspect data to US - Forbes

Yes, Virginia, the System Didn't Work and May Never Work - The New American

Passengers on US-Bound Flights Face More Screening - ABC News

Crovitz: Intelligence Is a Terrible Thing to Waste - Wall Street Journal

US Increases Screening for Airline Travelers From 14 Countries - Voice of America

Nigeria:CBN, NDIC Disagree Over N3 Trillion Bank Debt Cancellation -

Plane suspect was secular when he arrived in Yemen - Reuters

Nigerian opposition demands proof of Yar'Adua's health - Reuters

Nigeria:Our Own Dear Native Land -

Washington Slammed For Blacklisting Nigeria - RTT News

Confusion in Europe after US demands more security - Rhinelander Daily News

Nigeria:Country's Terror-Free Image - Bruised But Not Battered -

2 al-Qaida Members Killed in Yemen - Voice of America

Travellers to US face increased scrutiny - The Australian

Nigeria:Yar'Adua - Man of the Year -

Nigeria criticises 'unfair' US air passenger screening - BBC News

Nigeria slams 'discriminatory' flight checks - ABC Online

Nigeria:PMAN Charges Colleagues On Country's Image -

Airports in Nigeria to increase security - Fly | Global Music Culture (blog)

Nigeria:Mutallab's Terror Alert -

Nigeria:2010 - We Can't Be Intimidated -Umeh -

Nigeria:Presidency - Militants Want Aondoakaa Sacked -

Nigeria Says Inclusion on US Screening List "Unfair" - New York Times

FG Stops Mass Sack in Banks -

US orders tighter airport-security measures - MarketWatch

White House warned of design for hidden bomb - Sydney Morning Herald

African Cup Of Nations Team Profile: Nigeria -

Farouk Not Representative of Country - Obasanjo -

Nigeria:Farouk Not Representative of Country - Obasanjo -

U.K. need for full-body scanners lifts Smiths - MarketWatch

Nigeria:The Abdul Mutallabs And a Story -

US toughens air screening rules - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

Nigeria:Soludo Pledges Fund Allocation to Communities -

Nigeria:Abdulmutallab - TUC Blames Action On Leadership Failure -

Nigeria:Bauchi - One Riot Too Many -

Nigeria on US "countries of interest list. Nigerians to undergo enhanced ... - NgEX

Nigeria:Failed Terrorism - US Should Commend Nigeria -- Aminu -

Nigeria:Amodu Has Everything to Succeed --Ogunjobi -

Nigeria:Abdulmutallab - Don't Criminalize Citizens -- Obasanjo -

Nigeria:We've Restored Order in Bauchi - Police -

Nigeria:Yar'Adua - Anarchy Looms--CAN, Balarabe Musa -

No, everyone should be subject to searches - New York Daily News

Fliers to face closer checks - Baltimore Sun

New Airport Security Restrictions in Place - KECI-TV

Pakistan Airport Security Increased - ABC News

President's Absence Leaves Nigerians Seeking Leadership after Christmas Day Attack - Voice of America

Comment: Nigeria Must Face Up To Its Criminal Reputation!!! - Joy Online

Angola, Sub-Saharan African Bond and Currency Preview - Bloomberg

New US screening for air travelers from 7 nations: report - Reuters

Sunday, January 03, 2010

Passengers face tougher checks on US-bound flights - AFP

White House: Signals missed in Christmas bomb plot - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Wolfsburg's Nigerian striker Obafemi Martins fit for African Nations Cup - World-Track and Field (blog)

US: More Screening for Travelers from Suspect Countries - Voice of America

Farouk Abdulmutallab And Failure Of US Intelligence - Black Star News

Obama aide defend trial for suspect in Christmas Day attempt to bomb plane - Washington Post

US-bound travellers face enhanced screening -

AbdulMutallab: Why Security Agencies Didn't Act - THISDAY

Officer Henry Ko, Nigeria - New York Times

NFF Bans Argentina From Eagles - THISDAY

Britain to introduce body scanners at airports - AFP

Tighter checks for US-bound flights -

Questions Emerge Over Suspect's Path - Wall Street Journal

Obasanjo cautions on Nigeria's image after terror threat - NEXT

No "smoking gun" in airplane plot, says White House - Reuters

Group asks UN to hold session on Nigeria - NEXT

US Intensifies Screening for Travelers From 14 Nations - New York Times

Intelligence Is a Terrible Thing to Waste - Wall Street Journal

Problems pile up for Nigeria as sick President stays out of view - Independent

US toughens screening for US-bound flights - AFP

Tougher US air screening for 'terror-prone' countries - BBC News

Starting Monday, overseas passengers on US-bound flights face 'enhanced screening' - Los Angeles Times

Martins back on his feet for Nigeria - Times LIVE

Pat-downs for all air travelers from 7 nations -

Nigerian family to attend plane plot suspect's arraignment: source - AFP

Tracking Nigerian 'bomber' in Yemen -

Some Backing for Napolitano in Wake of Remarks - New York Times

Nigeria Must Face Up To Its Criminal Reputation!!! - Modern Ghana

Obama adviser: 'No smoking gun' in Detroit terror case - The Detroit News

UK knew US airline suspect had extremist ties - 9&10 News

Yemen Investigates Officials after Illegal Stay of Abdulmuttalab - Yemen Post

Terror Export: Nigeria Scapegoating Ghana - Modern Ghana

UK knew US airline suspect had extremist ties - Toronto Sun

Blame game won't stop terrorism - CNN

Martins committed to playing for Nigeria - BBC Sport

Lawyers give Yar'Adua quit ultimatum - Daily Nation

Obama Adviser: No Information Connected Clues About Airline Bomb Plot - Voice of America

Obama adviser: No smoking gun in airline bomb plot - Washington Post

British spies didn't take bomber seriously - The Age

UK And US Embassies In Yemen Closed - Sky News

The $30bn pair of underpants -

Editorial: Airline security must include profiling - Eagle Tribune

Barack Obama's political response to 12/25 and his vulnerability on terrorism - (blog)

Nigerian NGO seeks UN intervention on Yar'Adua's absence - Afrique en Ligue

Terror attempt never should have happened - Gary Post Tribune

Nigeria's Martins passed fit for Nations Cup - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria's Martins passed fit for Nations Cup - Independent Online

Another failure to communicate - Los Angeles Times

US officials investigating how Abdulmutallab boarded Flight 253 as more missed ... - New York Daily News


Saturday, January 02, 2010

Who said what and why, rumour - NEXT

How a radical student joined the global terror network - The Guardian

'Nigerian leaders don't love the citizens' - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Nigeria frets over botched security -- so does Obama; GOP takes president to ... -

Top US anti-terror boss vows focus after airliner attack - AFP

Top US anti-terror boss vows focus after airline attack -

Bomb suspect "reached out" to UK militants: report - Reuters

The radicalisation of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab - NEXT

Forecast for sports in 2010 - NEXT

Yar'Adua's ailment: FG spends N30m on presidential crew in 40 days - The Punch

Attempted bombing of US plane - Daily Sun

COMMUNIQUE: 100 "Lawyers of Conscience" Make Demands of President Yar'Adua ... - Nigerian Muse

Houston's Nigerian community distances itself from terrorism suspect - KVUE

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab: one boy's journey to jihad - Times Online

Nigeria on defensive over 'terror breeding ground' - AFP

The Radicalization of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab - Newsweek

Terror on board Flight 253 - New Zealand Herald

Security heightens at Federation's Airports -

Barack Obama is vulnerable on terror - and he knows it -

Bomb suspect may not have begun trip in Ghana - Reuters

Nigerian bomber: Ghana replies Nigeria - Joy Online

Obama Ties Failed Plane Attack to Al Qaeda - New York Times

It's Time We Celebrate Made-In-Nigeria Coaches, Says Okpodu - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria security agencies' blame game over 'jet bomber' - AngolaPress


Victims of Nigeria's ethnic clashes picking up the pieces - Jamaica Observer

Nigeria defensive over terror breeding claims - Independent Online

Obama Links Terror Plot Suspect to Al Qaeda - FOXNews

Al-Qaeda trained, provided explosives to Nigerian bomber: Obama - Daily News & Analysis

Extremists in Yemen, Somalia & Nigeria are turning them into al-Qaeda ... -

National security is in President Obama's court - Washington Post

Friday, January 01, 2010

Why Didn't They See It? - New York Times

What to Expect as Airport Security Rules Are Tightened - New York Times

Second Passenger From Northwest Terror Flight Held - FOXNews

Quiet charm of student linked to airliner plot - Financial Times

100 Lawyers Give Yar'Adua January 31 Ultimatum to Resign - THISDAY

Martins included in Nigeria squad - ESPN STAR Sports

How a middle-class Nigerian boy was seduced by Al Qaeda into trying to blow up ... - Daily Mail

Obama Reviews Antiterror Steps - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Who was lying over full-body scanners US gave to Nigeria? This may help. -

Security Flaws in Nigeria Are Now Drawing Notice - New York Times

Nigerian farmers file lawsuit against Shell - Press TV

'Nigerians Should Come Out And Say No To What Is Happening' - The Guardian - Nigeria

The system worked? - Daily American Online

Terror suspect: Nigeria, Ghana, SSS, NIA trade blame - The Punch

More airport full body scanners to be deployed -

Christmas terror suspect: security compromised, signs, signals overlooked? -

Another Opinion: Christmas attack exposes federal failures - Nevada Appeal

Nigeria Football administrators too money conscious, Obienu - Vanguard

US to police foreign airports? - Times of India

2010 Arrives With National Security At Top Of President's Agenda - NPR (blog)

Martins makes Nigeria squad - BBC Sport

Turmoil in Yemen Provides Breeding Ground for Terrorism - Voice of America

Dutch And Nigerian Airports To Use Full-Body Scanners - News One

African Nations Cup: Injury Could Keep Obafemi Martins Out Of Nigeria Squad -

Bomb scare exposed officers' ignorance - Daily Nation

Delta CEO: Flight 253 threat despite all security - Washington Post

Obama Starts 2010 Under Fire for Security Failures - Christian Broadcasting Network

"The man who shamed Nigeria" - GlobalPost

Nigeria waiting to decide on Martins for Nations Cup - Reuters South Africa

Jet bomb suspect's journey 'began in Ghana' - BBC News

Nigeria Failed to Use Airport Scanners Provided By The United States - Newstime Africa

Terrorism fight needs a review -

Al-Qaeda - Muttalab Had Much Money - US -

How US failed to connect dots in terror plot - Toronto Star

Nigeria enhances airport safety screening after failed attack on US airline - Xinhua

Obama's aides begin briefing him on homeland-security problems | Philadelphia ... - Philadelphia Inquirer

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab: Nigerians speak - Daily Sun

White House takes aim at intelligence gaps - AZ

The blame game - Brattleboro Reformer

Airliner terror suspect linked to cleric - Boston Globe

Napolitano Concedes That Airline Security Failed Following Attempted Terrorist ... - Personal Liberty Digest

Airport security stripped bare - ABC Online

Nigerian VP says hopes Yar'Adua will return soon - Reuters

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Bomb suspect began journey in Ghana - ABC Online

Security tightened for US-bound flights - China Daily

UPI NewsTrack TopNews -

Look for a lot of crossed legs on international flights - Austin American-Statesman

Bombing reports start trickling in to Obama - Washington Post

Religious hatred simmers in terror suspect's homeland - CNN International

US, foreign officials to discuss airport security - Reuters

FG: AbdulMutallab Spent Only 27 Minutes in Nigeria - THISDAY

Detroit terror suspect causes increase in ariport security, TSA officials report -

Yar'Adua still in charge, says Jonathan - The Punch

Obama consoles CIA, reviews intelligence, airport safety failures - Kansas City Star

Bombing suspect was pious pupil who shunned high life of the rich - The Guardian

British universities sometimes seen as breeding grounds for radical Islam - Washington Post

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