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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 11/3/2021.

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Flutterwave now valued $1 billion after $170 million grant

Editorial: Federalism is the Answer, after all – Part 20

Neymar loses battle to be fit for PSG’s Barcelona showdown

Police parade suspected kidnappers, ritualists in Delta

Lagos residents decry fatalities caused by one-way drivers, riders

Body laments plight of widows, drums up support for Lulu-Briggs’ wife

Relief as govt begins expansion of Isolo-Mushin road

Police reunite 15 trafficked children with parents

Drug war: Arewa youths back Marwa, seek partnership with NDLEA

Court adjourns trial of internet celebrity Mompha

Kano receives 209,520 doses of COVID-19 vaccine

Lagos may start adminstering COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday

EFCC arrests 10 suspected internet fraudsters in Port Harcourt

One killed as South African students protest over tuition debt

LinkedIn China suspends new sign-ups to ‘respect law

HRW questions official death toll in Equatorial Guinea army camp blast

Reclusive Chinese water tycoon is now Asia’s richest person

President of Honduras helped smuggle tons of cocaine into US: prosecutor

FBI releases new footage of Washington pipe bomb suspect

UAE now among world’s top ten tax havens: NGO

No drama Biden quietly triumphs in first weeks

Ouattara’s party wins majority in Ivory Coast parliament vote

Sixth woman accuses NY governor Cuomo of harassment

Pinnick’s FIFA Council bid very bright, says Sanusi

Minister praises Rivers State, calls for more development projects

Enyimba 2-1 better than Al Ahli Benghazi

Aruna’s performance at WTT Star Contender thrills NTTF

Bach promises ‘safe, secure’ Tokyo Olympics

Juve’s Ronaldo experiment flops with more Champions League heartache

Record-breaker Haaland can “dominate an era”

Aguero struggling to get on Man City teamsheet as contract runs down

Cavani ‘proud’ to wear Man Utd shirt after father’s talk of exit

No licence, no car – mum drives Bayern starlet Musiala to training

The north and the rest of us

Students theft, banditry and negotiating government

Deficiencies of Nigerian national security measures

The unfinished business of Meghan Markle

Lest we forget

What future for classical studies in Nigeria

Does privatisation serve public interests.

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