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Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Punch, Vanguard, Business Day and more.

For today, Tuesday, December 1:

THE PUNCH

Faleke, Bello's supporters in bloody clash at Abuja APC Hqtrs

Violence erupted at the National Secretariat of the All Progressives Congress in Abuja on Monday as supporters of the new Kogi State governorship candidate of the party. READ MORE...

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THE GUARDIAN

Presidency raises extra budget to N574 billion

To adequately provide for fuel subsidy, the Federal Government's 2015 supplementary budget proposal earlier submitted to the National Assembly may be increased from N465.69 billion to N574 billion.

Buhari, other world leaders commit to Paris talks

WOrld leaders gave a unanimous thumbs up to signal a positive start of the UN climate talks yesterday in Paris. READ MORE...

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VANGUARD

$2bn arms deal:EFCC arrests Yuguda, ex-finance minister

Indications emerged yesterday, that more heads may roll over the disappearance of $2billion meant for procurement of arms and ammunition for the country's armed forces in the office of the National Security Adviser under the last administration. READ MORE...

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THE NATION

Seven schoolgirls die in hostel fire

Seven pupils died on Sunday night when a "mysterious" fire razed the Government Girls Secondary School (GGSS) at Jogana, Gezawa Local Government Area of Kano State. READ MORE...

Petrol subsidy claims rise to N521bn

The controversial fuel subsidy claims as contained in the 2015 supplementary budget presented to the National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari has risen from N413 billion to N521 billion. READ MORE...

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BUSINESS DAY

Iran speeds ahead with oil reforms as Nigeria lags

Iran has taken the petroleum industry by storm after announcing a bold, ambitious new regime of incentivesfor its oil partner, as it seeks to outsmart sluggish nations like Nigeria to win the required investment for its post sanctions era in which the door is also open to US firms.

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