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Rubbish dump landslide kills eight in Guinea

Eight people died and dozens were injured in the West African state of Guinea on Tuesday when a rubbish dump on the outskirts of the capital collapsed after heavy rain. Five bodies, including those of two children, were taken to a morgue in Conakry, senior police official Boubacar Kasse said. …

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India: Police parade Nigerian Woman for allegedly killing her lover.

Police arrested a Nigerian woman identified as Evelyn Uzodinma who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend and fellow Nigerian Godfrey Izzu Chibueze to death during a quarrel outside their house in west Delhi on Saturday afternoon. The woman had rushed her boyfriend to a nearby hospital but the 30-year-old man died of …

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Confusion As Referee Abandons Match In Order Not To Miss His Flight

A Chinese referee abruptly ended a China League One reserve match because of fears he would miss his flight. This incident was confirmed by Hangzhou Greentown Chengdu Economic Daily. The club said the official left their game against Meixian Techand last weekend, because the area’s nearest airport only had one …

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Saudi Officials Apologized To Nigerian Pilgrims Who Were Brutalized By Airport Officials

Saudi Arabia on Monday apologised to the federal government over the maltreatment of two Nigerian pilgrims by its security agents in Medina. Audu Muhammad and Ibrahim Godi were said to have been brutalized and beaten by two customs officers shortly after their arrival from Abuja. Mohammad Albijawi, the deputy minister …

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At least 42 people injured after high-speed train crash in Philadelphia

Dozens of people were injured, when a high-speed train crashed into an empty train at a suburban station near Philadelphia early Tuesday. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) said the incident happened at around 12:15 a.m. SEPTA spokeswoman Heather Redfern said an inbound Norristown High Speed Line train crashed into an unoccupied stationary train at …

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Gambia ends talks with African Petroleum, seeks new bidders

African Petroleum’s rights to explore in two offshore Gambian oil blocks have expired and are currently “open for licensing”, Presidential Spokeswoman, Amie Bojang, told the Media . The comments came after a statement from the Oslo-listed firm earlier in the day. The firm said that it was prepared to launch …

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