Naijaloveinfo Dailies Tuesday Headlines (03/11/2020)

  • The global news terrain had a lot of happenings in different parts of the world
  • Naijaloveinfo Dailies brings you up to speed on some events in the last 24 hours

From Nigeria to the United States of America, it is a mixture of the good, bad and ugly as far news information and reports are concerned.

Presented below are some major news headlines:

  1. President Donald Trump and Joe Biden slug it out in the race for who occupies White House in the next four years
  2. Nigeria Police Force Special Weapons and Tactical (SWAT) unit begins training
  3. Journalists call for an end to impunity against members during reportage
  4. Leicester City beat Leeds United away from home 4-1 to move second on EPL table
  5. UEFA Champions League actions resume Tuesday night
  6. American political analysts divided over who occupies White House between Trump and Biden
  7. Northern Governors support censorship of social media platforms in Nigeria
  8. End SARS: President Buhari wants robust engagement across geopolitical zones
  9. Eschew bitterness embrace unity: Jonathan, Diri tell Bayelsa politicians irrespective of party affiliations
  10. NECO resumes postponed 2020 SSCE November 9 in FCT and all states of the federation
  11. Suspected End SARS looters, arsonists nabbed in Ondo, Oyo by Amotekun security outfit
  12. Suspected Boko Haram insurgents strike again in Chibok, kill no fewer than five persons
  13. COVID-19: FG approves N5bn for Aviation Sector bailout
  14. EFCC summons former FIRS Chairman, Babatunde Fowler for interrogation
  15. Lagos East Senatorial seat: APC urges Court to throw out PDP’s suit seeking to disqualify Abiru
  16. PDP demands probe of N500bn COVID-19 funds
  17. No fewer than 7 Nigerian End SARS protesters to be deported from Egypt over illegal residency, says official
  18. Presidency pallies International media on combating fake news
  19. Over 65% of WAEC candidates got 5 credits in Mathematics, English language, other 3 subjects in 2020 May/June WASSCE

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