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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 10/3/2021.

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Ganduje urges FG to resume international flight at MAKIA

Customs bribes bandits with rice in Katsina to escape attack

Klopp rules out replacing Loew as Germany boss

Neymar loses battle to be fit for Barcelona showdown

No assurance COVID-19 vaccine does not have side effect

PDP has brighter prospects in 2023, Okowa insists

LUTH recovers, hospitalises abandoned baby girl

Ebonyi indigenes make case for displaced Ezza natives

PASAN threatens strike over of 22 months wage arrears

Sanwo-Olu says society not supporting women will lose its essence

Police recover beheaded woman’s body in Delta community

Angry youths allegedly set police station ablaze in Imo

Queen Elizabeth expresses sadness over Harry, Meghan revelations

Queen vows to address Harry and Meghan racism claims

EU plans for ‘bumpy’ vaccine production

North Korean in Malaysia loses final appeal against US extradition

South Africa economy hit 12-year low in 2020

With internet shutdown, Iran seeks to limit protest outcry

Apple hit with personalised ads complaint in France

Syria’s Assad set for election win 10 years after start of war

Brazil judge clears ex-leader Lula to run again in 2022

China launches virus passport

Criticism trails Rohr’s choice of only one home-based player, ‘clubless’ Musa for AFCON qualifiers

Wijnaldum would be ‘devastated’ to leave Liverpool

Ronaldo silenced as Porto knock Juventus out of Champions League

Man Utd face AC Milan in Europa League battle of recovering giants

Joe Boy beats Ghanaian to win CBC title in Accra

PACE lists features, praises sponsors for contributions to higher institutions league

Leipzig still underdogs against crisis-hit Liverpool

Overseas spectators to be barred from Tokyo Olympics

Napoli’s Osimhen named in Nigeria’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers squad

Football’s policy a ‘shambles’: brain specialist

The last wailing wailer dies

Hasty passage of Forensic Investigative Professionals of Nigeria bill

Coronavirus diary – Part 49

Governors and unpaid minimum wages

The wealthy as villain

Time for derivative trading in Nigeria.

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