#HZMHEADLINES: TODAY IN THE PRINTS (Newspaper Headlines)

#Punch
*Akande, el-Rufai, others named APC interim officers
*Why Obama won’t visit Nigeria – US
*NGF meeting: Presidency, opposition trade words
*£3,000 visa bond: We will retaliate, FG warns British govt
*Shoot me if you can, Amaechi dares CP
*India flood: Rescue helicopter crashes, kills eight
*Nine dead in Brazil police operation
*Seven die as Taliban attacks Kabul secure zone
*Obama to tackle pollution, climate change
*Texas prepares to execute 500th inmate
*Syrian al-Qaeda claims suicide attacks
*Mandela’s condition still critical – South Africa
*Snowden free to leave airport, says Putin
*Akande, el-Rufai, others named APC interim officers

#NationalMirror
*NDLEA nabs 207 drug dealers in A.Ibom
*D-8 nations target $500bn trade volume by 2018
*Sustainability of literary prizes, as new one debuts
*2015: Not even Clark can stop me from being governor Orubebe
*US oil, not threat to Nigeria Presidency
*Without peace, PDP may not make it in 2015
*No final position on UK visa bonds yet Envoy
*Again, Mark prescribes death sentence for oil thieves
Tambuwals bombshell: PDP leadersre autocrats
*Obama pushing for gay rights in Africa
*Why Nigeria didnt appeal ICJ verdict on Bakassi Jonathan
*Hezbollah: Court reserves judgement on Lebanese N5bn suit
*Money laundering: EFCC re-arraigns Ikuforiji, aide
*Fashola okays 70 more roads for rehabilitation
*Amaechi summons NGF meeting
*Finally, M.I finds his missing rib in Owerri!
*Chevron decries JTFs poor record in war against oil theft
*Yero must speak out on N560m SURE-P fraud Group
*Harry Akande appeals court ruling over land dispute

#TheNation
*Tinubu to Ladoja, Akala: anti-Ajimobi plot ‘ll fail
*APC names interim NEC
*No final decision on £3,000 visa bond, says UK envoy
*Special Forces capture 11 Boko Haram chiefs
*Villa dinner won’t stop NGF
*Amaechi to Rivers CP: shoot me if you wish
*Can Madiba make it to his 95th birthday?
*’Mandela opened his eyes, smiled after being told of Obama’s visit’
*Anenih angry as senator’s firm gets seaport contract
*Pension contributions now N3.4tr,says NPC boss

#Guradian
*Govt rejects proposed British visa bond policy, UK reacts
*State of the nation address unconstitutional, says Jonathan
*Rivers under siege, says Amaechi
*AFC seals pact with Nigeria on infrastructure
*BPE to hand over power firms in October
Govt bans civil servants from accepting chieftaincy titles
*Nigeria’s economy not threatened, says Presidency
Gowon lauds vigilance group over manhunt for Boko Haram members
Mark insists on death penalty for oil thieves
PFN cautions over 2015, plans aid to Boko Haram victims
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Tinubu commissions Mokola Flyover Bridge, others in Ibadan
UNIBEN sacks 13 senior lecturers, others
Court rejects Keyamo’s bid to try Fani-Kayode
Enugu council workers groan under non-payment of salaries
Govt seeks investors for Onitsha Port
Court orders arrest of alleged oil subsidy scammers
N3b Gombe hotel wasting away over alleged contractual breach
FRSC begins e-ticketing, campaign against phone use while driving
Ajudua loses bid to stop trial over $1.69m fraud

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