This Day News Archive for July 2011

Saturday, July 30, 2011

S’Yemen Clashes Kill 14; 15 Die in Friendly Fire

Royal Palace Among Norway Suspect's Other Targets

Ukraine Mourns 32 Dead in Mine Accidents

Plane with 163 Passengers Crashes at Guyana Airport

UN: Africa Re-emerging as Heroin Trafficking Hub

British Police Extend Phone-hacking Probe to Computers

Rail Operator Apologises for Shanghai Signal Fault

Syria's Exiled Opposition Senses Historic moment

Arsenal’s Trophy Woes Affecting Thierry Henry

US Soccer Turns to German Great, Klinsmann

NATO Bombs Libyan TV

California Police Arrest 100 over Marijuana Farms

Pakistan: Gunmen Kill 11 in Suspected Sectarian Attack

Friday, July 29, 2011

Rihanna Ready to Battle in New Action Film

FG Pegs Varsity, Poly Cut-off Marks

Amaechi: Improvement in Education, My Priority

Visa: Nigeria to Checkmate China, Japan

Tears as ex-Supreme Court Justice Aniagolu is Laid to Rest

Oct. 1 Bomb Blasts: Okah, Others Have Case to Answer

Four Feared Dead As Helicopter Crashes in Osun

How PDP, ANPP, APGA, PPA Conceived Single Term

US Economy Grows Less Than Forecast

Egypt Uprising: Islamists Lead Tahrir Square Rally

South Somalia Slipping into Famine, Says UN

Obama in Fresh Appeal over US Debt Talks

Roadside Bombs Kill 17 in South Afghanistan

Crash Report: Crew of Doomed Polish Plane Unfit for Job

Turkey: Military Command Quits in Row with Govt

Australiato Probe Asylum Seeker Suicides

Angry Families Mourn China Train Crash Victims

First Funerals for Norway Victims

Pilot Error Cited in Rio-Paris Crash

Mystery over Libyan Rebel Chief's Death

US Presses N’Korea to Give Up Nuclear Arsenal

SeoulOfficials Under Fire as Storm Death Toll Hits 59

British Hacking Scandal Deepens as Inquiry Opens

Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig's Newlywed Night Out

Thursday, July 28, 2011

U.S. Stocks Gain as Jobs, Housing Offset Debt

UK Hospital Allays Fears over Ojukwu’s Health

Minister Stops Passenger Service Charge at MMA2

As Thugs Take over Law Enforcement…

Finally, Apapa Grinds to a Halt!

No Going Back on Islamic Banking, Says Sultan

Jonathan: One-Term Proposal Not My Idea

7 Die as Fire Guts Police, Prisons Officers’ Quarters

LUTH Performs First Kidney Transplant

Norway Police to Interview Gunman Friday on New Leads

Police: US Soldier Targeted Military

UN Report: Eritrea Behind AU Summit Attack Plot

AU Forces Battle Rebels in Drought-hit Mogadishu

Libya: Rebel Commander Killed

Strauss-Kahn 'Civil Suit' Threat

Shopkeeper Arrested After 'Robber' Killed

US Soldier Arrested with Bomb-making Materials

Two Brothers Arrested in Miami after Pilot Attacked

Amy Winehouse's Father Hands out T-shirts as Reports Emerge Suggesting She Died Because She Quit Alcohol

Sandra Bullock's Dapper Son Louis Upstages his Oscar-Winning Mother

Seven Die As Fire Guts Police Quarters In Enugu

Libya: Rebels Struggle with Mines as War Drags On

S’Korea: Two Dead as Cargo Plane Crashes

China: Faulty Signal 'Caused Train Crash'

Blasts Kill at Least 15 in Iraq

17 Killed as Gun Battle Rages in Afghan Town

Norway Massacre: Police Call Off Search Party

Libya Condemns UK for Recognising Rebels

Mexico Prison Shooting: Police Row over Response

Signal Flaw Blamed as Premier Visits China Crash Site

EU Terror Experts to Meet as Norway Probes Killings

Eddie Murphy Dines with Mystery Woman

Heavy Storms Kill Dozens in Philippines

Morgan's Past Resurfaces as he Begins New at CNN

Cage to Star in Film about Alaska Serial Killer

Stocks, Commodities Fall on Debt Standoff

Opposition Parties Kick against One-Term Limit

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

MoD: Gaddafi 'Isn't Running Out of Oil'

Minister: Yemen President Won't Give Up Power by Force

US Heat Wave Claims 64 Lives

Norway PM Promises Security Review after Killings

The Privatisation Pandora Box

Uzbek Accused of Obama Death Threats

India, Pakistan Top Diplomats Hold Peace Talks

N’Korea Demands Peace Treaty with US

Norway: Massacre Suspect Breivik May Die in Prison

Ashiru to Re-engineer Foreign Ministry

‘Why Major Marketers Shun Kerosene Importation’

Labour Asks Governors Who Can’t Pay New Minimum Wage to Resign

Round Tripping: CBN to Increase Dollar Supply to BDCs

Defence Chief Admits JTF’s Mistakes in Maiduguri

Justice Salami Close to ACN Leaders, Says NJC Probe Report

Gas Supply: Petroleum Resources and Power to Parley

Consequences of No US Debt Deal Spelt Out

Beckham, Rooney Clash in MLS All-Star Game

Russian Actress Margarita Levieva Tipped for new Bond Girl Role

Mexican Judge Convicts US Teen Assassin

Strauss-Kahn Rape Case Hearing Delayed Again

South Korean Mud Landslide Leaves 17 Dead

China Rescues Dozens of Infants from Human Traffickers

Afghanistan: Suicide Blast Kills Kandahar Mayor

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

…What Happens to Amosun and Co?

Jonathan Proposes One Term for President, Govs

BPE Probe Not for Witch-hunt, Says Mark

CBN Raises Interest Rate to 8.75%

Air Fares Heading for the Skies

House Makes U-Turn on Islamic Banking

Marcus Mumford Engaged to Carey Mulligan?

Amy Winehouse Funeral Held; Boyfriend Reg Traviss Speaks out

Together, the Three Friends Excelled

Five UN Peacekeepers Wounded in South Lebanon Blast

Israel, Palestinians Lock Horns over UN Recognition

Report: Guns in Mexico Crimes Came from US Sting

US General Warns Iran on Iraq Militia Attacks

Obstacles to Vulnerable Children’s Education

Jonathan Proposes Bill on Single Tenure for President, Governors

UN Envoy Heads to Tripoli as Western Line Softens

Israel: Netanyahu Vows ‘Huge’ Reform to End Protests

NorwayPolice 'Couldn't Have Gone Faster'

Deputy Gov’s Wife to Pay N12m Damages to ‘Battered’ Soldier

Norwegian Killer Probably Insane, Says His Lawyer

Maid's Interview Raises Stakes in Strauss-Kahn Case

GuatemalaMassacre Trial Begins

China Bars HK Activist Priest as Vatican Tension Escalates

"Dozens" Killed in Morocco Air Crash

Deputy Gov’s Wife to Pay N12m Damages to ‘Battered’ Soldier

Senior N’Korea Official Heads to US for Talks

PakistanNot Prepared for Fresh Flooding

Norway: Young Victims of Twin Attacks Identified

Maputo 2011: Oke Joins Amata as Gold Favourites

UK Reviews Gaddafi Exit Solution

Schwarzenegger Says Son "Much Better" After Accident

Amy Winehouse Phone was Hacked, Reporter Claims

Michael Jackson Rehearsal Footage Nixed for Doctor's Trial

Monday, July 25, 2011

Ciara Talks Studio 'Vibing,' L.A. Reid and Wedding Bells

APGA Seeks Review of Revenue Formula

Judiciary Workers Embark on Indefinite Strike

Nigeria , Iran Battle for OPEC’s Top Spot

Lagos-Ibadan Expressway: Ogun, Bi-Courtney Feud over Asphalt Plant Site

Two Killer Cells Exist, Norwegian Assassin Declares

Oando Declares N13bn Profit in 6 Months

Deputy Gov’s Wife to Pay N12m Damages to ‘Battered’ Soldier

Forex: CBN Intervenes, Raises Dollar Supply

Tribunal Upholds Uduaghan’s Victory

Jonathan: With FoI Act, No More Hiding Place

Egypt: Ex-Interior Minister to be Tried with Mubarak

South Sudan: North Wages Economic War with Oil Fee

US Unveils Sanctions Against Global Organised Crime

Mass Rally to Mourn Norway Attack Victims

Justice Sector Reform Key to Jonathan's Transformation Agenda

Were the Middletons’ Phones Hacked by British Journalists?

Lauryn Hill Gives Birth to Sixth Child

Delta Guber : Tribunal Upholds Election of Uduaghan In Rerun

Norwegian Gunman Hearing Closed

Myanmar's Suu Kyi Holds Rare Talks with Minister

Vatican Recalls Ireland Envoy after Abuse Rebuke

Syrian Govt Passes New Political Parties Law

Norway Gunman Faces Court Hearing

Troubled Amy Winehouse Drank Herself to Death Day after Telling Her Mother 'I love you'

Post-Mortem for Singer Amy Winehouse Due

Bin Hammam: Blatter is a 'Dictator'

UN Talks Due on Horn of Africa Drought Crisis

Crunch US Debt Talks Hit Stalemate

Mass Arrests in Mexico Crackdown

Maid Speaks Out, Seeks Jail for Strauss-Kahn

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Police to Employ Graduates, Change Uniform

FG Investigates Allegations against Waziri

Kogi Gov:?All States Can Afford to Pay N18,000

CPC Heads to Court over Sokoto Council Poll

Shell Says Sale of Oil Blocks ‘Legal’

Handcuff Shortage Hits Police

The Norwegian Rambo

CBN’s Forex Policy Triggers Round Tripping

Norway: Suspect Faces Court, Police Defend Arrest Delay

Sudan Currency Move Heightens Differences with South

Pirates Seize Italian Tanker off Benin

Russia: Three Rebels Killed in Dagestan Raid

Iraqi Forces Arrest 16 Suspected al Qaeda Members

British Police Face New Claims in Murdoch Scandal

Japan: Poll Backs PM's Nuclear Power Stance

US Invites N’Korea to Talks on Nuclear Impasse

Assad Replaces Eastern Governor after Demonstrations

Norway Mourns Victims of Anti-Islam "Crusader"

Green Glory for Brit as Tour De France Ends

Gaddafi Counter-attack Repulsed, Tripoli Bombed

Aid Reaches Drought-ravaged Somalia

Blasts Rock Tripoli, Libya TV Blames NATO Strikes

Yemen: Car Bomb in Aden Kills Eight, Injures 15

Israel's Foreign Minister Won't Quit over Turkey

NorwayGun Suspect 'Acted Alone'

'Five Dead' at Texas Skating Rink shooting

Workers Search for Survivors after China Train Crash

Chavez Back in Venezuela after Cuba Treatment

Defiant Norway Suspect 'Admits Attacks'

Fans and Celebrity Tributes for Amy Winehouse

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Jonathan’s Transformation Agenda: Agbakoba Seeks Inclusion of Shipping

Senate To Strengthen EFCC , ICPC

Oyo Workers Call Off Strike

SNYTEL Partners Ericsson to Acquire NITEL

Bomb Explodes Near Shehu of Borno’s Palace

Akpabio: N600m Deducted Monthly from A'Ibom Money for C’River

FG, World Leaders Condemn Norway Attacks

States Mull Options on Minimum Wage

Egypt: Dozens Hurt in Clashes, Rulers Promise Democracy

France: Sarkozy’s Approval Hits11-mth High

China: High-speed Train Crash Death Toll Rises

Iran: 'Nuclear' Scientist Shot Dead in Tehran

Norway Mourns Twin Attack Victims

More British Papers Dragged into Hacking Row

Pakistan: New Foreign Minister Defends Militancy Position

China's Most Wanted Fugitive Arrested After Extradition

China: At Least 11 Dead After Bullet Trains Collide

Norway: Police Focus on Whether Gunman was Alone

Moving fast! Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux hunt for new love nest

Chelsea Reach Agreement with Barca for Romeu

South SudanRebel Leader Killed after Peace Deal

Egyptian Army Rulers Promise Transition to Democracy

Malaysia: French Lawyer in Submarine Probe Deported

CanadaDeports Alleged Smuggler to China

TurkeyPM: We’ll Never Forget 9 Flotilla Dead

US Serial Killer Found Guilty of Murdering 11 Women

World Condemns Norway Attacks

'Eighty Dead' in Norway Shooting

Series of Explosions Rock Central Tripoli

US: Debt Talks Collapse as Top Republican Quits

News of the World Staff Offered Siberia, DJ Jobs

Senior Lawyers Urge Court to Void SANs’ Award

Guinness, Diageo Set to Invest N56bn in Nigeria

Bombing, Shooting in Oslo Leave 27 Dead

Presidency: Why We Hosted British Prime Minister in Lagos

SONCAP Penalty: NAGAFF Withdraws Legal Notice Against SON

Friday, July 22, 2011

Fake Drugs Now on the Decline, Says NAFDAC

FG to Use NYSC for National Transformation

Fayemi Denies Sacking 5000 Workers

Libya: We’re Ready for More Talks with US

Xbox Helps Microsoft Sales to All-time High

China: Dozens Die In Motorway Bus Inferno

Syrian Forces Kill 11 During Mass Protests

Queen Spooked by Catherine's Wedding Dress Display

Katy Perry Shows off New Blonde Hair after Accidentally Going Ginger

Twin Terror Attacks Shock Norway

FoI: Soyinka Seeks Probe of Yar’Adua’s Last Days

North, South Korea Hold ‘Constructive’ Talks

Cote d’Ivoire: Red Cross Visited Gbagbo

Somali Rebels Maintain Aid Ban, Reject Famine

US Execution Filmed for First Time in 20 Years

Heat-wave Spreads Across Central, Eastern US

IranHopes for End to 'Misunderstandings' with Saudi

Canadian CourtRules to Deport Top China Fugitive

Caine: 'I'm Not Really A Car Man'

Pentagon Set to End 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy

ClintonPraises China, ASEAN over South China Sea

Doubts Cloud NATO Handover in Afghanistan

Libya: Gaddafi Rules Out Talks with Rebels

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Amosun Swears-in Commissioners

PDP Chair: North-east Roots for Babayo

JTF Patrol Team Escapes Explosion in Maiduguri

House Endorses Islamic Banking, Withdrawal Limit

Prepare for More Strikes, Labour Tells Nigerians

Govs Want 42% from Federation Account

FoI: Soyinka Seeks Probe of Yar’Adua’s Last Days

Falana Tasks FERMA on Fuel Levy

Recapitalisation: Intercontinental Bank Targets N600bn

UN Calls Emergency Meeting on East African Famine

Atlantis Glides into History Books

Freed Saudi Woman Driver Defiant

Libya: Rebels Seek Arms for Pre-Ramadan Offensive

Malawi Army Deployed over Anti-Govt Protests

Egypt Swears in New Cabinet

Grave of Hitler’s Deputy, Hess, Exhumed from 'Pilgrimage' Site

Blast at Russian Garden Centre

Japanese Man Gets Life for Killing Briton, Hawker

Space Shuttle Atlantis Makes Final Landing

Lindsay Lohan Sued for assault

Malawi Police, Protesters Clash for Second Day

Kenya: Mau Mau Allowed to Sue UK Govt

British Taliban Suspects Held in Afghanistan

Verdict Due in Japan Trial over Murder of Briton

Power Sector: Yar'Adua, Obasanjo and I

Egyptto Hold Parliamentary Vote in 3 Stages

Eurozone Leaders Meet for Crucial Debt Talks

Obama Holds New Talks in Bid to Avoid Debt Default

UKPolice Expand Hacking Probe Team

US Warns of 'Terror Attack' on Utility Plants

Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Now Tied to FDI

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Power Sector: Yar’Adua, Obasanjo and I

Power Sector: Yar’Adua, Obasanjo and I

GSAT-12 Raised to Near Its Orbit

FG: We Won’t Withdraw Soldiers from Maiduguri

Tribunal: Kwara ACN, PDP Trade Allegations

Fayemi, Fashola, Aliyu, Soyinka Discuss FoI Act

CBN Drags SMEs into the Corporate Tax Net

‘Divers Demanded N.15m to Save Late Politician’

Court Says Ogboru Not Fit for Delta Re-run

UK Hands over Security of Key Afghan City

UN Chief Denounces 'Escalating Violence' in Syria

NY Prosecutors Want DSK French Accuser to Testify

Aviation Security: US Moves to Enhance Passengers’ Privacy

AMCON: House Proposes New Bailout Fund for Banks

NBA Disagrees with Adoke on Merger of EFCC, ICPC

US 'to Aid Islamist Areas of Famine-hit Somalia'

France's Foreign Minister: Gaddafi Could Stay in Libya

Grey's Anatomy Star Eric Dane Checks into Rehab

Piers Morgan Seeks Apology over Phone Hacking Claim

Grant and Khan to See Hacking Info

Somali Refugee Death Rate Abnormal, Says UNHCR

China Raises Death Toll to 18 in Xinjiang

Murdoch: News Corp. Will Bounce Back

Israelto Deport Flotilla Activists

Serbia Arrests Last War Crimes Fugitive

Phone Hacking: Cameron 'Regrets' Hiring Coulson

Piers Morgan Denies Role in Hacking Scandal

Tiger Woods' ex-Elin Nordegren Fumes Over Claims

Murdoch's Wife Leaps into Global Spotlight

Police Arrest 'Hackers' in US, UK, Netherlands

Met Police Accused of Phone-hacking Inquiry Failures

Taliban Deny Mullah Omar’s Death, Phones Hacked

Afghanistan: Militants Storm Police Station, Kill Commander

Strong Quake Hits Central Asia, Buildings Damaged

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

FG Appoints StanChart as Nigeria’s Credit Ratings Advisor

House Summons Sanusi on Bank Transaction Policy

Policeman Runs Amock, Kills Colleague

Senate to Probe BPE over Failed Privatisation

Cameron: Nigeria is a Dream Waiting to Happen

Labour Suspends Strike

New Gas Project Bolsters Oando’s 2011 Outlook

Lawyers for Strauss-Kahn Accuser Meet Prosecutors

AfghanTownExpects More Taliban Attacks

German Chancellor Casts Doubt on Greek Deal

YemenOpposition Forms Council to Oust President

US Charges 'Pakistani Agents' over Kashmir Scam

Israeli Navy Seizes Gaza-bound Yacht

Murdoch Rejects Blame for Hacking

UAE Player in Trouble for Cheeky Penalty Kick

PakistanNavy Surveillance Drone Crashes in Karachi

Israeli Ships Surround French Boat Near Gaza

Japan: Radiation Halts Fukushima Cattle Shipments

Guinean President Escapes Assassination Attempt

China's Heir Apparent Pledges Tough Line on Tibet


Watson 'Will Return to US College'

Libya Conflict: US Officials Met Gaddafi Envoys

Phone-hacking: MPs to Quiz Murdochs, Brooks

Clinton Pushes India on Nuclear Law, Market Access

Swearing-in of Egypt's Reshuffled Cabinet Delayed

Tunisia: PM Says Unrest Aims to Derail Polls

US Shuttle Bids Farewell to Space Station

Six Killed in Clashes in Yemeni Capital

UK Hacking Whistle-blower Found Dead

Menezes: Brazil Will be Strong for 2014

Monday, July 18, 2011

CBN Explains Termination of Afribank, Vine Capital Deal

Infrastructural Deficit Now N30trn

Trailer Crushes 20 in Abuja

UBA Restructures, Makes Key Appointments

CBN Extends Interbank Guarantee for Three Rescued Banks

After the Storm, Maiduguri Gradually Bounces Back to Life

Akpabio Floors Akpanudoedehe at Tribunal

Minimum Wage: Governors Consider Staggered Payment

700 Explosives: IG Blames Military for Ignoring Police

Corinthians Yet to Agree Deal for City's Tevez

UN Begins Food Aid Airlift to Rebel-held Somalia

Afghanistan: Two Beheaded, Bomb Kills Police Chief

At Least 30 Killed in Factional Fighting in Syria

Top UK Hacking-probe Officer Quits

Missile Warheads Stolen from Romanian Train

Nazi War Crimes Suspect Acquitted

Taliban in Pakistan 'Police Killing' Video

Egyptian Officials Deny Mubarak Coma Claim

Phone Hacking Scandal: Cameron Calls for Urgent Debate

UN Court Orders Thai, Cambodia Troops from Temple Area

Taliban Claim Killing of Karzai Adviser

S’Africa Celebrates Mandela's 93rd Birthday

General Petraeus to Step Down in Afghanistan

Sao Tome Presidential Vote Set for Run-off

'Fierce Fight' in Libyan Oil Town

Man City Agree Tevez Sale to Corinthians

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Eyiboh’s Inauguration: Eket People Seek Tambuwal’s Removal

NNPC, Capital Oil Kero-Direct Scheme Kicks-off in Lagos

Minister Allays Fear over Bombing of Lagos Airport

Court Grants Agbakoba Leave to Move against AGF

Fresh Downpour: Panic Grips Lagos Residents

States’ IGR Drive Still Low as Fiscal Pressure Grows

Shettima: Government to Monitor JTF

Minimum Wage: Labour To Go Ahead with Strike

UK: Rebekah Brooks Arrested by Hacking Police

Afghanistan: Gunmen Kill Top Karzai Aide in Kabul

30 Reported Killed in Syrian Clashes

London Police Chief Quits in Hacking Row

Over 120 Rebels Hurt in Battle for East Libyan Town

Egypt: Rumours Swirl Around Mubarak’s Health

SomaliaDrought: UN Delivers Aid to Islamist Areas

Amid Security, Anthony Released from Florida Jail

Chavez Back in Cuba for Cancer Treatment

Vietnam: Police Break Up New Anti-China Demo

President Jonathan’s 13 Women: Can They Deliver?

Averting Strike, Govs Agree to N18,000

Federalism: What Economic Structure?

Boko Haram: Borno Governor Says Troops Should Stay

Expectations from President’s Economic Team

The Job at Hand... Can the Women Deliver?

Jonathan’s Women: Can They Deliver?

Govs Move to Avert Strike, Agree to N18,000 for Workers

Saturday, July 16, 2011

IPI Rounds Off Visit, Lauds Nigerian Media

Adoke Defends Directive on EFCC

Database Solution: Courteville Partners Insurers

Ikoyi Club 1938 for Demolition

Libyan Bankers Offer Support to Rebel Council

Putin Loses Prestigious German Prize

Venezuela's Ailing Chavez Delegates Some Powers

Could Jennifer Lopez's Topless Role be the Reason for her Marriage Split from Marc Anthony?

Jennifer Aniston Developed an Attitude with Age

Algeria Bombing Kills at Least Two

Heavy Clashes Erupt in Libya's Western Mountains

PM Defended over News International Links

US Lauds Regional Model Turkey, Criticises on Free Speech

Obama 'Concerned' on Tibet in Dalai Lama Talks

Reds Query Man City-Etihad Deal

Africa: UK Pledges Tens of Millions for Drought Victims

VaticanExcommunicates Chinese Bishop

Israeli Air Strike Wounds Gaza Gunman

Afghan Army Soldier Kills NATO Service Member

Carla Bruni Describes Her Pregnancy as 'Unexpected and Unhoped for'

Phone Hacking: Twin Resignation Blow for Murdoch

Chavez Plans More Cuba Cancer Treatment

Copa America: Uruguay Standing in Way of Messi, Argentina

Deadly Prison Breakout in Mexico

Friday, July 15, 2011

A Memo to Our Ministers (II)

I Won’t Shield Any Corrupt Official, Says Jonathan

Boko Haram: Igbo Leaders Demand State of Emergency

Air Force to Reactivate Sokoto Base

NCAA Cautions against Flights in Bad Weather

FAAC : N82bn Withdrawn from Excess Crude Account

20 Suspected Cultists Arrested for Forcing Girls into Lesbianism

Volkswagen Sells Record Four Million Vehicles Over Six Months

Credit Suisse Target of US Probe Into Tax Dodgers

Obama Calls Space Station, Makes Pizza Delivery Joke

Explosion in Israel Injures Several People

Yemen's President to Stay in Saudi for Now, Says Official

Bin Laden Planned to Attack Obama, Petraeus, Sporting Event

The Open 2011: Clarke, Glover Share Halfway Lead

Egyptians Want Justice, Better Living Conditions

Canada Says Unable to Free Up Libyan Assets

US: Obama Puts Debt Talks on Hold: 'It's Decision Time'

Police Uses Batons to Disperse Jordan Protest

Venezuela's Chavez to Get Cancer Treatment in Brazil

Phone Hacking: Murdoch Apologises to Victim's Family

20 Killed as Syrians Mount Biggest Protests So Far, 20 killed

Seeking to Free Funds, US Recognises Libyan Rebels

Nigeria Woos Foreign Investors

'Butcher of the Andes' Faces Trial in Peru

Afghanistan: First US Troops Leave, as Drawdown Begins

Turkey Urges Humanitarian Funds for Libya

Embattled Murdoch Executive, Brooks, Resigns

Egyptians Extend Protest, Say Army Not Doing Enough

Borno:Five Policemen Injured In Fresh Boko Haram Attack

Russia's Putin Blames ‘Greed’ for Boat Tragedy

Mumbai Attacks: India Police Seek Breakthrough

Japan's Korean Air Boycott Angers Seoul

US May Pull Tactical Nukes Out of Europe

NATO to Probe Afghan Civilian Death Claims

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Senator Rejects Certificate Forgery Allegation

'How to Stop Boko Haram Menace'

Fayemi: We’ll Pay N18,000 Minimum Wage

Shell Seeks Dialogue as Bayelsa Youths Protest

NPAN, IPI Caution UK on Press Freedom

PDP Loses Round One, Moves to Appeal

Jonathan: Nigeria is Not a Failed State

JTF Accuses Borno Elders of Backing Boko Haram

CBN Disburses N42bn Power, Airline Fund

UN Security Seat: Nigeria, Germany Strike Deal

BPE Revises PHCN Privatisation Timeline, Sets Feb 2012 Deadline

IndiaPM Vows to Bring Mumbai Bombers to Justice

FBI Launches Inquiry into Phone Hacking

Mexican Soldiers Find Record Marijuana Plantation

South SudanAdmitted to UN as 193rd Member

Afghan Civilian Deaths Up 15%

Murdoch, Son to Testify to British MPs

Kurd Rebels Ambush Turkish Soldiers; 18 Killed in Clash

Libyan Rebels Dig in to Hold Front Line Village

Presidential Poll: Tribunal Dismisses Jonathan's Objections to CPC Petition

‘Boko Haram Deserves No Sympathy’

Sheriff Fumes: I Didn't Create Boko Haram

Sheriff Fumes: I Didn’t Create Boko Haram

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Obama Condemns Mumbai Attacks, Offers Help

UN Body Recommends South Sudan be Newest Member

Yemeni Security Forces, Opposition Clash

Brazil: Plane Crashes After take-off, 16 dead

The Unconsidered Variables...2

News Corp. Drops Bid for BSkyB

Trial of Suspected Killers of Sect Leader Stalled

Sheriff Fumes: I Didn’t Create Boko Haram

‘Boko Haram Deserves No Sympathy’

FG Mulls Road Network Master Plan

Senate Concludes Ministerial Screening, Clears Last Four

Presidential Election: CPC Knows Fate Thursday

Nigeria’s Crude Oil Production Soars to 2.6m bpd

Egypt to Sack 700 Policemen over Killing of Protesters

Gaddafi Troops Retake Village South of Tripoli

Venezuela's Chavez May Face Chemotherapy

News Corp Withdraws Bid for BSkyB

Near Simultaneous Blasts Kill at Least 20 in Mumbai

At GTBank, Agbaje Steps into Aderinokun’s Shoes

Nigeria’s Trade Hits N19.7tr in 2010

Beyonce’s Father Claims 'I didn't steal from you'

Agbakoba: Power Devolution ‘ll Make for Technical Efficiency

Presidential Poll: Tribunal Rules On PDP's Objection Thursday

Senate Confirms Four More Ministerial Nominees

China's Hi-Tech Train Plans Run Off Track

Inter Deny Receiving Any Sneijder Offer

Rights Group: Libya Rebels Loot Seized Towns

Japan PM to Outline Nuclear Phase-down Plan

Pipeline Blast in Eastern Syria

Afghanistan: Suicide Attack Kills 5 Foreign Troops

Agbakoba: Power Devolution ‘ll Make for Technical Efficiency

US: Tributes Paid to Former First Lady, Betty Ford

Gaddafi 'Running Out Of Fuel and Cash'

PakistanIntelligence Chief Heads to US for Talks

Afghan President's Brother Buried

Obama: Syrian Leader Has Ignored Reform

Beyonce’s Father Claims 'I didn't steal from you'

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Nigeria’s Trade Hits N19.7tr in 2010

Task Before Jonathan

Boko Haram: Jonathan, Borno Leaders in Emergency Meeting

U.N. Council condemns embassy attacks in Syria

CBN Warns against Total Withdrawal of Petrol Subsidy

Akure: Wife of Deposed Monarch Dies

Taraba: Death Toll Rises to 12 in Kona/Mumuye Clash

Amosun Walks on Water (Almost)

Taraba Nominee Rejected again as Senate Confirms Five

At GTBank, Agbaje Steps into Aderinokun’s Shoes

ManCityReject Corinthians’ £35m Tevez Bid

FranceSays Libya Political Solution Taking Shape

Angry Egyptians Target Army, Demand Change

RussiaNeo-Nazis Jailed for Life over 27 Race Murders

US Condemns Killing of Afghan Leader's Half-brother

Arnold Schwarzenegger Returns to Hollywood Two Months after Love Child Scandal

Drama As Senate Rejects Taraba Ministerial Nominee

Borno : Five Killed In Another Bomb Explosion

Pakistan: Suspected US Missile Strikes Kill 30 Militants

Adamu Gets Relief, as Whistleblower Recounts Allegation

Ex-media Tycoon, Black, Returns to Jail Sept 6

Syrian Activist Plans for Shadow Government

WikiLeaks' Assange appeals British extradition ruling

Syria: Assad No Longer Legitimate, says Clinton

UK: MPs to Question Police over Phone-hacking Inquiry

France's Sarkozy in Afghanistan to Meet Troops

‘Okonjo-Iweala’s Exit, Big Loss for W’Bank’

Spike Lee to Headline 'Oldboy' Remake

Unintelligent Intelligence

Monday, July 11, 2011

IPI to Partner Local Media on Training

‘Okonjo-Iweala’s Exit, Big Loss for W’Bank’

Boko Haram: University of Maiduguri Shut

Understanding the Flood

Lagos Flood: The Rich Also Cry

Rain of Terror: Lagos Counts the Cost

Bello, Ex-PDP Acting Chair, Now Minister of Defence

Uganda to Check President’s ‘Birthday Cake’ for Poison

Russia: Five Die in Emergency Airplane Landing

Germany: Blueprints for New BND Spy Agency HQ 'Missing'

Defence Minister, Army Chief Quit after Cyprus Blast

Aviation Fuel Scarcity‘ll Be Resolved Soon, Says Minister

Prince and Princess of Monaco Honeymoon in Different Hotels

Fuel Subsidy’s Biggest Fraud, Says Saraki

BulgarianTownEvacuates over Toxic Fumes

RussiaBoat Tragedy: Medvedev Orders Review

Police Interview Strauss-Kahn’s French Accuser

Less US Military Aid to Pakistan Harms Relations, Not Army

Seven Injured As Explosion Rocks Kaduna

Beyoncé does it again as she Storms the Stage at T In The Park

David, Victoria Beckham Welcome New Baby Girl

More Than 100 Bodies in Sunken Russia Boat

Patti Labelle's Bodyguards Charged Over Videotaped Airport Assault

Cameron Diaz shrugs off rumours of A-Rod's wandering eye

Senegal Suspends Habre's Repatriation to Chad

63 Dead, 200 Hurt as Trains Derail in India

BSkyB Takeover: Culture Secretary Seeks New Advice

Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Cost of Governance (III)

Fuel Subsidy’s Biggest Fraud, Says Saraki

Demuren Unfolds Four-year Aviation Roadmap

Three Escape Death as Private Plane Crashlands in Benin Airport

Court Dismisses FAAN’s Application against Bi-Courtney

Labour Leader: Govs Who Renege on Minimum Wage are Boko Haram

FG Removes 43,000 Ghost Workers from Payroll

Flood sacks Lagos, kills Seven in Katsina, Destroys 120 houses

Boko Haram: 30 Gunned Down in Military Operation

NSE Employs Chief of Staff from JP Morgan Chase

China's Hu Promises Strong Ties with South Sudan

Phone Hacking: Murdoch Backs Beleaguered UK Aide

US Suspends Pakistan Military Aid

Borno : 30 Feared Killed In JTF/Boko Haram Crossfire

AustraliaPlans to Impose Carbon Tax on Worst Polluters

Labour Puts Pressure on Murdoch over BSkyB

Drug War: At Least 41 Killed as Mexico Scrambles Troops

US Admiral Mullen asks for China help on North Korea

Royal Tour: William, Kate Wow California

Petraeus: Taliban Summer Attacks Down on Last Year

Israel to Seek UN Opinion on Lebanon Maritime Border Spat

Phone Hacking: UK Paper Bows Out After 168 Years

Egyptto Probe Three Officers in Islamist Torture Death

TurkeyHopes for Cyprus Referendum in Early 2012

Afghanistan: Karzai, US Defence Chief Change Tact

S’Korea Army to Punish Commanders for Shooting

US Looks to Pakistan Border for Afghan Endgame

Vietnam: Police Break Up S’China Sea Rally

Carla Bruni and Sarkozy Enjoy Romantic Beachside Stroll

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Usman Assumes Duty, Sets Development Targets

Kuku: Oil Companies Must Train, Absorb Ex-militants

Strike Paralyses Medical Activities in Osun

ACN Faults Alleged Bid to Assassinate Suswam

At Independence, South Sudan Offers Peace to Rebels

North-East Keeps PDP?Chair, Baraje to Act Till November

NIMASA Boss Queried over Misconduct

Libya: French Military Mission Costs 160m euros

Ghana's President Wins Party's Nomination for 2012

Bribery Appeal: Berlusconi Firm Fined 560 mn euros

Saudi Arrests Hardline Cleric, Al-Ahmed

World Leaders Greet South Sudan

Panetta: Strategic Defeat of Al-Qaeda 'Within Reach'

Debating Federalism by Other Means

NY Councilman Calls for Changes After DSK Saga

Admiral Mullen flies to China as US plans naval exercise

Afghan Agent Kills NATO Soldier, Civilian

Pakistan: Troops Take Control of Karachi after Violence

Obama Grants US Recognition of South Sudan

Former US First Lady, Betty Ford, Dies at 93

Phone Hacking Crisis: Murdoch due in UK

9TH JULY 2011... Hundreds Protest Against Malaysian PM

Celebrations as South Sudan Becomes Newest Nation

Top Kremlin Aide: Putin is God's Gift to Russia

US Rejects Syrian Envoy Incited Protests Charge

Former US First Lady Betty Ford Dies, Aged 93

Friday, July 08, 2011

Borno Bans Motorbikes to Stop Boko Haram

In Kano, Actress to Die for Killing Boyfriend

Court Jails Taiwanese, Chinese over N4bn Cocaine Haul

Chairmanship: Jonathan, PDP Leaders in Crucial Meeting


ALGON: We Can’t Pay New Minimum Wage

Court Restrains LAUTECH VC

Experts Raise Alarm over Dangers of Climate Change

Court Restrains EFCC from Arresting Okereke-Onyuike

China Reviewing Google, Microsoft Map Apps

U.S. Payrolls Grow at Slowest Pace in Nine Months

Rumor: Apple working on 'iPad HD'

Coulson Arrested in U.K. Phone-Hacking Probe

UN Official: US Execution of Leal Broke Int'l Law

Phone Hacking Probe: Ex-NoW Editor Bailed

South Sudan Becomes an Independent Nation

Rummenigge Furious at Bayern's Anti-Neuer Fans

DR Congo Plane Crash: Death Toll Rises to 127

Berlusconi Confirms Will Not Stand in 2013 Election

ICRC Has Wider Access in Syria, Steps Up Aid Role

US, French Envoys in Hama, 13 Killed in Syria

Turkey Insists on Apology to Normalise Israel Ties

Space Shuttle Atlantis in Historic Final Lift-off

Flights Evacuate Chadian Migrants from Libya

DR Congo plane crashes at Kisangani airport

KarachiViolence Kills 85 Over Four Days

Libyan Rebels Set for Renewed Push to Tripoli

South SudanReadies for Independence Day

US Citizen Guilty of Supporting Overseas Terror

News of the World Staff Shocked at Closure

British PM's Ex-aide Arrested over Tabloid Scandal

Christiana Essien-Igbokwe (1960 – 2011)

Alicia Keys Wears Her Heart on her Necklace

US: Seven Dead in Michigan Shootings

SyriaSays US 'Interfering' as Ambassador Visits Hama

TexasExecutes Mexican Despite Protests

South SudanBecomes World's Newest Nation

US House Votes Against Aid for Libya's Rebels

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Murdoch Folds News Of The World Over Hacking

Ayoola: High-level Hypocrisy Hurting Anti-graft War

Collapsed Building: Hope Dims for Trapped Victims

News of the World Shut Down over Phone Hacking Scandal

Finance:Aganga Makes Way for Okonjo-Iweala

Obasanjo: Why Soldiers Can’t Tackle Boko Haram

Kerosene: FG, IPMAN Differ on Cause of Scarcity

Banker’s Murder: Result of Psychiatric Test Awaited as Suspect is Arraigned

UN: Tribal, Rebel Violence Kills 2,300 in South Sudan

LibyaTribe Members in Egypt, See Talks with Rebels

Italy: Berlusconi Exposes NATO Rifts over Libya

Chavez Reappears, Walking at Military Headquarters

Surgeons Carry Out first Synthetic Windpipe Transplant

Yemen: Saleh Appears on TV, Offers to Share Power

News of the World to Close Amid Hacking Scandal

Senate Clears Eight More Ministers, Drops Taraba Nominee

Ministers : Jonathan Sends Five More Names To Senate For Confirmation

Dozens Arrested Ahead of Syria 'Reform' Summit

Malaysia: Man Holds 30 Children Hostage at Kindergarten

Man United's O'Shea at Sunderland for Medical

Brazil's Transport Minister Quits in Corruption Scandal

ChinaDeepens Engagement with Libyan Rebels

Phones of Dead Soldiers' Families 'Hacked'

China Slams Ex-president’s Death Reports

Indian Bus Collision 'Kills 35'

New York Prosecutors to Pursue Strauss-Kahn Case

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Sokoto Rima Basin: Apprehension Over Looming Flood

Analysts Harp on Treasury Bills Investments

Don’t Be Greedy, N’East Cautions S’East

Banker’s Murder: Govt’ll Verify Psychiatric Test

Aggrieved Oyo Workers Boo Leaders

NYSC Suit: Alison-Madueke Wins Round One

Collapsed Building Kills Eight In Lagos

Jonathan Names Aso Rock Team

Four Soldiers Feared Killed in Bomb Attack

Nnaji :Stable Power Supply Not Likely Till 2014

Greek Premier Warns against Descent into Lawlessness

Opposition Wants Chavez to Get Better, Lose Vote

UK PM Pledges Phone Hacking Inquiry

Libya Lays Up Oil Tankers, Gaddafi Feels Trade Heat

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood to Join Friday Protest

Facebook Unveils 'Awesome' Video Chat Deal

US: Fort Hood 'Shooter' to be Tried

Jonathan Appoints Sarah Jibril, Abati , Olagunju , 12 Others As Special Advisers

Three Injured As Boko Haram Attacks Soldiers In Maiduguri

Philippine President Sells his Porsche

Japan to 'Stress Test' all Nuclear Reactors

Red Cross Controversy Threatens China Philanthropy

‘Why Ajaokuta Steel Company’s Still Idle’

Nicki Minaj Believes Murdered Cousin Nicholas was not Intended Victim of Shooting

UKPress Hacking Row Escalates

Boat Sinks off Sudan 'Killing 197 Migrants'

Royal Couple to Visit Wildfire-Ravaged Town

Four Afghan Civilians Killed by RAF Drone

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Adebo: Anti-Corruption Programmes Must be People-Based

Kerosene Scarcity: House Summons Allison-Madueke, Oniwon

‘Why Ajaokuta Steel Company’s Still Idle’

Cheques to Clear in Two Days

FG to Acquire Rescued Banks after Sept 30

Boko Haram: Security Chiefs Indict Judiciary

Jonathan Tinkers with Ministerial List Again

NISER Chief Raises Alarm over Atlantic Ocean Surge

PPMC, HeyDen Petroleum Flood Ogun with Kerosene

YemenWarplanes Bomb South, General Warns of Crisis

Activists: Syrian Forces Shoot 10 Dead in Hama

Boy Killed after Escalator Changes Direction

International Body to Fight Cybercrime Globally

Pakistan: US Drones Kill Four Militants

Coentrao to Join Madrid from Benfica for £27m

Injured Woods ruled out of Open

SomaliPirates Use Yemen Islandas Fuel Base

Lawmaker: Japan Can't Reject Nuclear Power

DSK Accuser Sues NY Post for ‘Hooker’ Report

Jonathan Withdraws Rivers Nominee From Senate's Ministerial List

Ministerial Screening: Jonathan Withdraws Nomination Of Cole , Rivers Representative From Senate List

Again , Boko Haram Gunmen Kill Two Policemen In Borno

DutchState'Responsible for Three Srebrenica Deaths'

Australia: Police Get New Burka Powers

US Links Pakistan's ISI to Journalist Killing

Chavez on Hand as Venezuela Marks Independence

Iraq: Two Blasts Kill 27 North of Baghdad

Libya: No Talks on Gaddafi's Future, Says Spokesman

Holmes Throws Cruise Birthday Bash

Friends Star: 'Child Abuse Inspired My Film'

SSS: Arrested Boko Haram Members Won’t Face Trial

Mexico Arrests Zeta Drug Cartel Chief

Japan Reconstruction Minister Quits

Who Wants to Live Forever? Scientist Sees Aging Cured

Venezuelan President Vows to Beat Cancer

Monday, July 04, 2011

British PM's Afghan Trip Marred by Soldier’s Death

NFF Requests Details on Emenike’s Arrest, Detention

Police Officer, Two Others Killed in Memphis Hotel

Fox News Hacker Tweets Obama Dead

Strauss-Kahn to Face Paris Sex Allegation

Malia Obama Becomes a Teenager on Fourth of July

The Burden of Smart Governance (1)

Prince Albert's Bride 'Tried to Run Away THREE Times'

Chukwu, Rufai Return, Promise Continuity, Transformation

Ugbah: I Won’t Withdraw Petition against Suswam

NITEL: Lawmaker Alleges Sabotage to Privatisation

Ekiti Replicates FoI Act

Tribunal Set to Hear PDP’s Call to Dismiss CPC’s Petition

‘I Didn’t Kill My Wife... She Stabbed Herself to Death’

Again, S’East Insists on PDP Chair

Okonjo-Iweala Finally Undergoes Screening

Security Alert Brings Abuja to a Standstill

SSS: Arrested Boko Haram Members Won’t Face Trial

Sanusi : Only Court Of Law Can Stop Islamic Banking

Ministerial Screening: Taraba Senators Reject State's Nominee

Chavez 'Returns to Venezuela from Cuba'

Foreign Soldier Missing in South Afghanistan

Ex-Bosnian Serb General, Mladic, Led from Court

El-Rufai: We’ll Resist Intimidation, Says Bakare

Libya Looms in Russia-NATO Talks

Myanmar's Suu Kyi Travels for First Time Since Release

BattleLooms over Huge Rare Minerals Haul

Syrian Forces Enter Hama, Residents Hit Streets

Mladic to Boycott Hague Tribunal Hearing

Thai Army Accepts Election Result

Southern Party Warns of Civil War over Border Tensions

Tourist Boat Capsizes off Mexico's Baja Peninsula

Turkey Cuts Diplomatic Ties with Gaddafi's Libya

S’Korean Marine Kills Three Colleagues

Sanusi: Islamic Banking is Soludo’s Idea

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Sanusi: Islamic Banking is Soludo’s Idea

CBN Set to Develop Its Own Poultry Farm

Kwara: Ahmed Seeks Approval for 10 Special Advisers

CAN, Lawmaker Urge FG to Checkmate Boko Haram

NNPC to Dispense Kerosene Direct to Neighbourhood

Family of Murdered Banker Faults Police Investigation

Sanusi: Islamic Banking is Soludo’s Idea

NWC Rebuffs S’East’s Bid for PDP Chair

El-Rufai: We’ll Resist Intimidation, Says Bakare

UK Security Agents: Al-Qaeda Plans to Operate from Nigeria

Turkey: Yobo’s Boss Among 30 Held in Match-fix Probe

Rebel Chief: Gaddafi Can Stay in Libya if He Quits

Belarus Police Arrest Dozens at Independence Rally

Chavez Supporters Rally, Pray for ‘Comandante’

Dangote Crashes Cement Price to N1,350

Borno : Another Bomb Explosion Claims Several Lives

Floods at China Mines Trap 40

More than 70 injured in Italy rail protests

Thai opposition sweeps to victory

US Shifts Supply Routes to Central Asia

Anti-China Demo in Vietnam Despite Clampdown

IsraelTargets Top Rabbis for Anti-Arab Incitement

US Fighter Jet Intercepts Plane Near Obama

July 4 Fireworks Banned for Fear of Wildfires

Top Australia Cop Demands Veil Powers

Governorship Poll: Akpabio Okays Forensic Expert from Ireland

Ekweremadu : How to End Boko Haram Menace

Team Jonathan : Alison-Madueke, Adoke, Mohammed Retain Posts

Dakingari Threatens Fertilizer Saboteurs

FAAN Closes Calabar, Maiduguri Airports for Safety Reasons

Fashola to Inaugurate Executive Council Monday

PDP Chair: Jonathan, Anenih, Others Mull Options

El-Rufai Arrested, Released

Again, House Set to Defy PDP over Principal Officers

Saturday, July 02, 2011

Salma Hayek's Husband Francois-Henri Pinault Revealed as Father of Linda Evangelista's Son

Diezani, Adoke,10 Others Retain Old Portfolio In Jonathan's New Cabinet

MoroccoApproves King Mohammed's Reforms

BangladeshLandslide Toll Rises to 17

Royal Couple Marks Canada Day with Fireworks

Nigeria’s Lady of Songs Christy Essien

SSS Arrests El-Rufai At Abuja Airport

Daniel Craig’s Ex- fiancée’s Family Reveal he Left her in Torment

Shriver Files for Divorce from Schwarzenegger

Lagos Stands Still as Banking Icon Aderinokun is Buried

PDP NEC, BoT Meet Over Chairmanship

Another Letter to President Jonathan

Former IMF Boss Strauss-Kahn Released From House Arrest

Enough is Enough, Jonathan Tells Boko Haram

Ex-IMF Head Freed Without Bail

No Curfew in Abuja, Says FCTA

PENGASSAN Wades into Chevron Workers- Management Face-off

Fear Pervades Maiduguri Despite Troops’ Deployment

Stocks Jump on Manufacturing Data

Strauss-Kahn’s Accuser Lacks Credibility , Say Prosecutors

Nwodo, Ekweremadu Mourn Aniagolu

German-based Writer Cautions Media on Obasanjo

Libya: Gaddafi Threatens Europe

Japan Business Mood to Recover from Quake Slump

Cheaper EU Mobile Phone Calls Come into Force

Protests Spread in Syria, 3 Killed in Army Assault

Venezuela: Army Plays Down Chavez Concerns

Sarkozy Attacker Walks Free with Suspended Jail Term

Friday, July 01, 2011

Jennifer Aniston Treads Red Carpet alone at Horrible Bosses Premiere

GIZMOFRENZY FRIDAY: Hack-Attack: Making Yourself Less Vulnerable

US: Panetta Takes Helm as Pentagon Chief

Dominique Strauss-Kahn: 'Doubts' on Maid's Credibility

Rockets Push Back Rebels South of Libyan Capital

Missy Elliott Reveals Past of Poverty and Sexual Abuse

Why ICPC, EFCC Should Be Merged, by Adoke

US: Justice Dept to Probe Death of 2 CIA Detainees

NASA Gears Up for Last-Ever Shuttle Launch

Strauss-Kahn Back in New York Court Friday

Chavez Speaks on Venezuelan TV, Tells of Cancerous Tumour

Turnout Key as Moroccans Vote for King's Reforms

Jonathan Tips Abati as Spokesman

Tribute: Olutayo Aderinokun, 1955-2011

Olutayo Aderinokun, 1955-2011

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Christy Essien-Igbokwe, 50, Dies in Lagos

Election:?Tribunal Can Declare Winner, Says Court

Leaders Concede Zonal Ministerial Slot to Clark

No Postings to Bauchi, NYSC Insists

Minimum Wage: Labour Threatens Nationwide Strike

Jonathan Taps Abati as Spokesman

Recapitalisation: Oceanic Bank Shortlists Three Investors

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