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Niger Delta Militants Threaten More Attacks.

  1. Niger Delta militants threaten more attacks.
  2. Air Force repels Boko Haram attack on troops in Borno.
  3. Another soldier dies but troops ‘wipe out 13 insurgents.
  4. Neymar to face trial after judge accepts corruption charges.
  5. Eagles not facing keepers crisis – Agu.
  6. 2018 WCQ: Three players missing in Super Eagles training.
  7. Ronaldo wins La Liga best player award.
  8. Gunmen kill ’30 miners’ in Zamfara.
  9. Suspect confesses to killing corp member over love affair.
  10. N136m fraud: EFCC closes case against ex-NIMASA boss, Obi.
  11. Four ex-Heads of State, 89 others indicted in Halliburton scam.
  12. West Ham plan shock move for 160k-per-week Chelsea star.
  13. Hazard at same level with Ronaldo, Bale – Pat Nevin.
  14. EFCC forcing me to implicate Patience Jonathan – Dudafa.
  15. Real Madrid new deal won’t be my last – Ronaldo.
  16. Hector Bellerin close to agreeing new Arsenal contract – agent.
  17. Stop claiming responsibility for oil pipeline bombings – Avengers tells co-militant group, NDGJM.
  18. Boko Haram has dragged Borno 50 years back – Shettima.
  19. We were confronted with proof of evidence against suspended judges – CJN.
  20. Eagles defender, Troost-Ekong ends loan spell in Norway, returns to Gent.
  21. Judges under probe will be prosecuted, AGF tells NJC.
  22. Sports ministry yet to refund my money for Morocco trip – Oshonaike.
  23. Fake soldier escapes lynching for stealing phone.
  24. Despite Boko Haram threat, NUC approves Borno State University.
  25. Arsenal set to hand star player bumper new contract.
  26. Judiciary will continue to defend its independence – CJN.
  27. Man lynched for stealing motorcycle in Ebonyi.
  28. Judge in fresh trouble for receiving N5m from SAN.
  29. Activist, John Danfulani granted bail after 13 days in Kaduna prison.
  30. N500,000 bribery scandal: APC national legal adviser, Banire steps down .

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