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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, March 2, 2014)

  • 35 dead as twin bomb blasts rock Maiduguri
  • Petrol scarcity bites harder
  • IYC vows to rescue Jonathan’s uncle
  • Tension in Kwara ahead of Jonathan’s visit
  • Soyinka faults centenary honours’ list
  • Koroma cautions west, World Bank over anti-gay law
  • Nigeria has come to stay, says Obasanjo
  • ‘Nigeria’s ATM are disease dispensers’
  • APC urges prayers for leaders
  • Nigerian convicted for cheating in pilots’ licence exams in South Africa
  • Why graduates are unemployable
  • Centenary celebrations fostered unity, reconciliation – PDP
  • N113 million SUBEB scam  – ex-Edo SSG, 3 others for trial
  • Why we want regional governments – Yoruba leaders
  • Sharing centenary award with Abacha, an insult –Soyinka
  • I don’t believe in gender equality – Omotola Ekeinde
  • My father wants me to mine gold – Abimbola Fernandez
  • Ukraine crisis: Obama tells Putin to pull troops back
  • 29 killed, 130 injured at China train station massacre
  • We don’t have N500 million ransom for Jonathan’s uncle – Family
  • Local militia can stop Boko Haram – Atiku
  • Displaced Bakassi indigenes want resettlement
  • Nigerians ask Jonathan to stop celebrations
  • Doctors seek federal laws banning public smoking
  • Scientists discover 715 new planets
  • Building collapses in Nsukka, traps workers
  • We’re set for new session – UNILAG
  • South Korea warns Japan over sex slaves
  • Oscar Pistorius: Lawyers prepare for showdown tomorrow
  • Sri Lankan family finds mass grave in garden
  • Marketers await arrival of fuel cargoes next week to end scarcity
  • Eket district insist on producing next Akwa Ibom governor
  • Depletion of foreign reserves increases pressure on the Naira
  • How neighbouring ports profit from Nigeria’s trade restrictions
  • Ejigbo 3: How Police unmasked mastermind of torture
  • How I escaped death – by Nyako
  • How to end Boko Haram insurgency – Sultan, Atiku
  • Couple arrested over underage prostitutes

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