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13 May 2017
258 Nigerians return from Libya as illegal immigrants.
13 May 2017
Women development - Southern governor's wives forum meet in Abeokuta.
13 May 2017
Sovereign wealth fund - Acting president inaugurates 2nd board of NSIA.
13 May 2017
Thousands of worshippers wake up early in order to have the best position possible to see Pope Francis deliver a mass at Fatima's shrine.
13 May 2017
DSS fails to produce Ifeanyi Ubah in court.
13 May 2017
Angus Deaton, Nobel Laureate and Princeton University professor, talks about global trade in light of the agreement reached by the United States and China and examines the agenda and policies of President Donald Trump.
13 May 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania welcome military mothers to the White House in honor of Mother's Day.
13 May 2017
Former first lady Michelle Obama makes light of her husband's unbuttoned shirts and takes aim at President Trump's decision to relax some Obama-era school lunch rules.
12 May 2017
Pope Francis left for his trip to Portugal on Friday (May 12) to canonise Portuguese shepherd children for Madonna visions.
12 May 2017
More tension looms as ex-NSA, Sambo Dasuki opposes the move to mask witnesses.
12 May 2017
Nigeria Police bans deployment of female officers to VIP.
12 May 2017
FBI agents execute a search warrant at the office of a Republican campaign consultant in Maryland reportedly in connection with an investigation tied to the 2013 Virginia governor's race.

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