Daily headlines from Nigeria and around the world, Sunday, June 11, 2017

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Daily headlines from Nigeria and around the world, Sunday, June 11, 2017

**NIGERIA

IT’S 17 DAYS SINCE THE EPE, LAGOS SCHOOLKIDS WERE ABDUCTED

*VC’s body flays Tambuwal’s appointment of VC, deputies

*Nigeria will remain indivisible, Osinbajo declares

*Teenage Girl Abducted by Boko Haram in 2014 Escapes from Sambisa Forest

*Winning Women Harps on Collaboration as it Empowers Women, Youth

*Lagos Commences Recruitment of 27, 500 Sanitation Workers

*After 7 Years Manhunt, Most Wanted Kidnap Suspect, Evans Arrested in Lagos

*NYSC DG rewards three corps members for passing integrity test

*US Ambassador: Improved Power Will Boost Nigerian Economy

*Idigbe, 22 Others Inducted as Knight of St Mulumba

*To reduce pollution, avert flood, Lagosians charged to maintain clean environment

*In 2yrs, this Senate Has Done What Past Senates Did in 4yrs – Senate Presidemt

*Rights activists in Kaduna pay ransom for release of kidnapped persons

*Saraki’s CCT Trial: When Politics Drives Prosecution

*Boko Haram claims major attack on key northeast Nigerian city

*Nigerian with drugs worth over Rs 3.5 crore held

*Why Cbn Can’t Cut Interest Rate Now – Officials

*FG-listed bonds hit N6.82tn in first quarter

*Indigenous firms’ oil output drops by 43%

*FAO launches to increase access to agriculture information

*Al- Mustapha, A Pathological Liar- Ayo Opadokun, Defunct Nadeco Secretary

*Apc, Pdp May Not Survive 2019 – Festus Okoye, Ex-TMG Boss

*No Restructuring No Nigeria – Ayo Adebanjo, Afenifere Chieftain

*FG laments increase in gay marriage

*Idea was the only capital I had – Edobor

*Politics, drama, intrigues as fed elections draw closer

*Bank robbery video: Brave policeman’s son, 5, slumps, dies at dad’s burial • Cop spent only three days at bank before attack …Bank, police abandoned my seven kids and I –Wife

*Igbo dare Arewa: We won’t leave North …demand Ango Abdullahi’s arrest

*2019: We may register more political parties, says INEC

*N’Assembly stops approval of more regional commissions

*Cows excreted in our classes often — Pupils of Edo school invaded by cows

*Ibadan Gunmen kill businessman in wife, daughter’s presence

*Paris Club funds: FG may sanction states over diversion

*FRSC probes Diezani’s N20m bribe

*FG, NJC bicker over judges’ recall

*Ifa priests impersonate Alaafin, dupe three Americans

*Enugu trafficking ring: Commissioner refuses to disclose babies’ location

*Sokoto is your home, Tambuwal tells Igbos

*Folarin has forced me to embrace hip hop —Femi Falana

**AFRICA

*Gabon TV host suspended after Bongo ‘death’ blunder

*Tribal row over land in Tunisia sends 78 to hospital

*Police officer dead in DRC court attack

*Egypt’s Al-Sisi praises Trump’s stance on Qatar

*Ethiopia warns emergency drought aid to run out next month

*In Rwanda, a young woman activist challenges longtime leader

*UN chief ‘concerned’ over renewed Central African unrest

*Zimbabwe’s Mugabe fires top prosecutor for ‘misconduct’

*US opposes UN authorizing 5 countries to fight extremists

*Boko Haram slit villagers’ throats in revenge killings

*Zimbabwe ‘doesn’t need foreign support’, says Mugabe’s aide

*14 killed as soldiers clash over drought food aid in South Sudan

*S Sudan rebels say they carried out deadly road ambush

*Three peacekeepers killed in northern Mali attack: UN

*Ghanaian player jailed for raping wife in Sweden

**WORLD

*Five injured as car slams into crowd at Amsterdam train station

*Russia orders doctors to perform ‘virginity tests’ on underage girls

*Russia says tells US not to strike Syrian pro-government forces again

*Three Arrested After Plane to London Diverted in Germany

*Notre Dame Attacker Charged With Attempted Murder, Terrorism

*Gaddafi’s son Saif al Islam freed from prison

*Donald Trump expected to announce Cuba policy next week

*Delaware first state under Donald Trump to ensure abortion stays legal

*Trump ‘lambasted Nato leaders in train wreck dinner’

*Qatar, accused of supporting terrorism, hires ex-US attorney general

**SPORTS

*Politics, drama, intrigues as fed elections draw closer

*French Open: Ostapenko beats Halep to win first Grand Slam

*I won’t blame Akpeyi for Eagles defeat — Rohr

*AFCON qualifier: South Africa shock Nigeria in Uyo

*U-20 World Cup: Solanke targets glory with England

*Beating Nigeria interesting, South African coach says

*We Had A Bad Day — Rohr

*Iwobi More Expensive Than Bafana Bafana

*Joshua-Klitschko II: Hearn Says Nigeria A Frontrunner To Host

*We Need Experienced Players In The Team— Onazi

*Dybala Is No Maradona, Says Pele.##

 

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