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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, October 19, 2014)

  • Boko Haram breaks ceasefire agreement, attacks Borno villages
  • North, South Korea exchange fire over border dispute
  • Minister advocates voting right for displaced persons
  • Nothern govs celebrate Gowon at 80
  • Candidates’ adoption won’t work in C’ River PDP – Rep
  • Experts allay fears over egg cholesterol
  • Jonathan commiserates with CAN over leader’s death
  • CDHR faults PHCN on power, threatens action
  • Delta community appeals to govt over herdsmen’s attacks
  • Carter Center shuts Egypt office over rights concerns
  • African First Ladies to assist Ebola-hit countries with aids
  • Pray for Chibok girls’ release, 2015 elections -Jonathan
  • Catholic synod: Gay rights groups say vote ‘disappointing’
  • US, EU allies call for ceasefire in Libya
  • Patience Jonathan donates food items to Kwara residents
  • Thousands still fleeing from Boko Haram — United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Ekiti election result mysterious — Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders
  • Anenih loses N500m suit against Oshiomhole’s aide
  • 33 million Nigerians practise open defecation –FG
  • War against Boko Haram politicised —Kukah
  • National Assembly may end Jonathan, govs’ immunity
  • Four more PDP years, doom for Nigeria — Buhari
  • Fayose sacks Ekiti LG chairmen, boards …shuns government house
  • Lagos Speaker, Ikuforiji, picks gov nomination form
  • Economists seek quick passage of 2015 budget
  • Abuja Labour Party to protest Akure convention
  • Nigeria will overcome challenges, says Adeboye
  • Fashola, Akiolu, Shasore seek return of TBS, others to Lagos by FG
  • Problems crippling manufacturing in Nigeria, by Ibikunle, IPWA Plc MD
  • Security at Port Harcourt Airport is water tight – Okoye
  • Nigerians prefer to spend money on expensive phones, cars than check-up
  • Ghanaian ex-foreign minister to make third run for presidency
  • I started business with N10,000 –Omoniyi Makun, Fashion Designer
  • Greed led me into car theft –Varsity student confesses
  • 87 PDP aspirants jostle for 24 Nasarawa Assembly seats
  • Proposed Development Bank opens floodgate of DFIs into Nigeria
  • Germany blocks Etihad/Air Berlin Codeshares
  • Ebola the most destructive event in African tourism history
  • CBN targets 80% access to financial services by 2020
  • Okonjo-Iweala: We are stabilising the economy

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