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Here are the major headlines for Monday, November 14, 2016

Nigerian-Newspapers
  • Yoruba, Egun clash: Three more bodies recovered as residents protest today
  • Systemic corruption affecting war against terrorism in Nigeria —IGP Idris
  • FG to refund N20bn to each state for infrastructure devt— Dogara
  • FG commits N51.4bn to industrial clusters, SEZs development
  • Sting operation: No punishment is too much for corrupt judges – Sagay
  • NSE bars journalists as Osibanjo visits Exchange
  • EFCC withdraws criminal charges against Chidi Duru
  • No link with N400m PDP election money— Gov Umahi
  • El-Rufai installs new monarch of Zangon Kataf
  • Don’t abandon the aged to die, Kogi gov’s wife pleads with Nigerians
  • Edo North monarchs, others give Oshiomhole heroic welcome
  • Anti-corruption war tearing APC apart
  • Forget $30bn foreign loan for now, CCN tells FG
  • Lagos police, vigilante raid hoodlums’ hideout; arrest 2 girls, 10 others
  • Avengers talk tough, give reasons why oil sabotage continues after peace talk with Buhari
  • 2m Africans will be diabetic by 2030 – WHO
  • FG to scrap NNPC, DPR, PPPRA, others; to sell unprofitable refineries
  • CBN to move against banks over poor services
  • Investments in Nigeria’s oil sector decline to N78b
  • Elegushi Imperial smart city’s $300 million project broaches new housing deal in Lagos
  • Mikel warns Eagles, says don’t get carried away
  • FG to refund each state N20bn for federal projects
  • Naira appreciates after DSS action on currency dealers
  • Tinubu faces dilemma over Ondo governorship poll
  • Fayose: Buhari won’t appoint Onnoghen as substantive CJN
  • CAN to parley Buhari, Osinbajo on national security
  • Eko Disco apologises to Lagos residents over power outage
  • Abuja flights to be diverted for rehabilitation of runway
  • Fidelity Bank seeks retail banking expansion

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