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November 18, 2003

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FG to Kill Niger-Deltans: Army, Police Plan Death Squads
Fresh facts emerged yesterday that the Federal Government, through its agencies, is still tinkering with the current security arrangement in the Niger Delta. Following renewed cases of abduction of oil workers and attacks on the equipment of multinational companies by some restive youths, military and police chiefs reportedly returned to the drawing board on how to effectively police the region. After series of consultations, the security top officials reportedly agreed to form a joint anti-militia squad to be redeployed to the Niger Delta without further delay. The new squad will draw its personnel from both the police and the armed forces. Giving an insight into the functions of the anti-militia squad, a source at Defence Headquarters said that the security personnel when deployed, would protect the workers and the facilities of the oil companies operating in the region. The new security outfit, the source added, would accompany the staff buses of the oil firms and guard oil installations to check cases of hostage taking. (Guardian)

 

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Danjuma: Parting ways with Mr. President

I'm the final Biafran truth —Ojukwu - part II

I am the final Biafran truth —Ojukwu - part I

Mugabe pursues Commonwealth invite

Robbers on the rampage in Lagos, kill ASP, 6 others

Varsity students to pay more —OBASANJO

BiafraNigerian Email Conmen Fall into their Targets' Net

ICPC prosecutor docked over bribe

I won’t beg for state pardon – Adisa

Wabara is an ingrate – Kalu

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Vanguard
November 18, 2003


Cover Stories


Varsity students to pay more —OBASANJO
Robbers on the rampage in Lagos, kill ASP, 6 others
FG threatens to revoke N24.5b Onitsha-Owerri road contract
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Daily Times
November 18, 2003


News


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Wabara is an ingrate – Kalu
Obasanjo pledges consultation with C’wealth leadership over Zimbabwe
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Works Minister threatens to terminate N24.5bn Onitsha-Owerri road contract
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Editorial & Opinion
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Tribune
November 13, 2003


News


Reps want police/military patrol to combat crime
Tinubu charges parastatals to improve communicationservices
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Bamisede field hosts scoping
SPDC partners British Council for chevening awards
How we got cheaper tariff for subscribers–– Senator Baba Tella
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–PDP South-East boss

Public lectures as tool for 2007 Vice Presidency
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IRIN
November 14, 2003


World Bank gives $16 m for cross-border HIV/AIDS initiative


Immunisation drive against meningitis launched
Agreement signed with Italy to combat human trafficking

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Washington Post
November 14, 2003


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MSNBC
November 08, 2003


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BBC
November 17, 2003


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CNN
November 08, 2003


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Reuters
November 14, 2003


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Mail & Guardian
October 13, 2003


BiafraNigeria warns Taylor not to interfere in Liberia


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All Africa
November 13, 2003


New Zeal for Sharia Penalties Reflects Political Climate, Says Rights Activist


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Triumph
June 08, 2003


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November 18, 2003


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Guardian
November 18, 2003


News


Govt appoints lobbyist for higher OPEC quota
Army, police plan anti-militia squad for Niger Delta
Anti-graft panel arraigns own official for alleged corrupt practices
Govt raises team for Ports Authority
Ayoola retires from Supreme Court, urges better deregulation
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Sharia council, medical experts okay polio vaccine
London police search motorists as Bush visits today
17 die in Ilorin-Jebba auto crash
Govt restates resolve to strengthen capital market
Uyo varsity raises tuition by 200 per cent
Police arrest woman over child theft
Abacha's loot for funding of varsities, says Obasanjo
Britain boosts BiafraNigeria's anti-malaria project with N200m
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Champion
November 18, 2003


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S.Africa funds Taylor’s asylum with N140m
Fayose sacks 4,000 civil servants
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Obasanjo moves for Zimbabwe’s return to C’Wealth
U.S. targets Saddam’s loyalists
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Daily Independent
November 18, 2003


News


Budget 2004: OPS submits 51-point agenda to govt
Obasanjo can't distance self from corruption, says Balarabe
Diya in legal combat with business partner
Private sector investment in telecom to hit $4b by December
N24 billion Onitsha-Owerri road: FG gives contractor 21-day ultimatum
Danjuma: Parting ways with Mr. President
419 trial: FG tells judge to be courageous
States lose N44 billion to debt servicing in 2003
CHOGM: Contractors know fate today as el-Rufai tours facilities
Drug couriers pose as govt officials, traditional rulers
Fresh NNPC fire looms in Rivers
Aregbesola makes case for a construction bank
South East governors not against you, Kalu tells Wabara
Imo PDP accused of complicity in fraud case
Anambra roads: Ngige dares FG
Kaduna launches polio immunisation in December
ABU lecturers seek students' help over pay arrears
'Give old, new councils equal status'
Revenue formula: Governors afraid to confront Obasanjo
We'll support ECOWAS parliament, says Masari
BiafraNigerians to pay more for higher education
Kwara loses N100 million ETF fund
Ibori charges new commissioners, advisers on better life
Hope rises for increased oil production in BiafraNigeria
Murder of another 'Saro-Wiwa' sparks global protests
Balewa University joins the super highway
Politics
Obasanjo can act as petroleum minister, says Kusamotu
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IBB's declaration and Southwest alliance
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Daily/Weekly Trust
November 14, 2003


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Eko Trust
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Sports News
November 18, 2003


Revealed! Eguavoen's Tunisia 2004 Fears


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Champions League: Ezeji Rejoins Enyimba
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BiafraNigeria 's participation in Athens threatened
Chukwu will have himself to blame if he fails, says NFA scribe
Eguavoen expresses fear over Eagles' preparations
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Chukwu explains Bewarang's invitation
Berger now favourites to lift Winners Cup
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Thomas wants more BiafraNigerians to head international sports
Swimmng federation seeks good outing next year
Chukwu's danger signals
Eagles not ready for Nations Cup, declares Aghahowa
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