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11 dead, 19 missing in Indonesia landslide

Views: 1 At least 11 people are dead and 19 more are missing after heavy rains caused a landslide near an illegal gold mine on Indonesia’s central island of Sulawesi, an official said Monday. Unlicensed mines are common across the mineral-rich Southeast Asian archipelago, where abandoned sites attract locals who hunt for leftover gold ore […]

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Over 2 million strand as floods ravage parts of Bangladesh

Views: 1 An aerial view shows flooded area in Companiganj of Sylhet district on Thursday. AFP Monsoon rains and upstream river water from India have caused widespread flooding in northeastern Bangladesh, stranding more than 2 million people, and the situation could worsen, officials said on Friday. The UN children’s agency UNICEF said trapped residents in

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Torrential rains kill 27 across Central America

Views: 0 A man stands next to a house that collapsed in a landslide in Santiago Texacuangos, El Salvador, on Friday. AFP Torrential rains across Central America have left at least 27 dead in landslides and flooding over the past week, mainly in El Salvador, but also in Guatemala and Honduras, officials said Friday. El

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Vertiv To Showcase Cutting-Edge Augmented Reality Solutions For Data Centre Planning at Gitex Africa 2024

Views: 20Marrakesh, Morocco [May 28, 2024] – Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has pledged its support of the upcoming Gitex Africa event, touted to be the continent’s largest and most influential tech and startup show. At this year’s event, Vertiv will showcase its critical infrastructure solutions, providing

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At least 35 dead as Israel bombs Rafah refugee camp

Views: 4 Video footage showed bodies being carried from burning tents after the overnight bombing that left dozens wounded, mostly women and children, as they slept. People could be seen trying to put out flames with water and extinguishers as fire engines arrived at the site designated for people who have been displaced This morning

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Three dead, over 60 injured after bus carrying players collides with truck on Lira-Soroti highway

Views: 3ira, (UG):- At least three people died on Saturday night and over 60 others seriously hurt after a minibus carrying football players of Lango Province team collided with a Fuso truck along the Lira-Soroti highway. The crash involved the minibus of motor vehicle Reg No UBL 851Z Coaster carrying Lango Province football players coming from

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5 Mount Everest climbers are dead and 3 missing this summit season

Views: 11 Collapse on Mount Everest caught on camera; overcrowding in focus again as climbers go missing High above the clouds on Earth’s highest peak, climbers are making the arduous trek up Mount Everest. The narrow window of the spring summit season, which usually lasts from April to May, is the best time to climb.

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Rude 4am eviction brings down building on properties

Views: 3A man salvages a mattress from the rubble MBALE |  of orchestrating an illegal eviction in the wee hours of Saturday morning that left residents in despair. The tranquility of the night was shattered as property of undetermined value was razed to the ground in the night, leaving families and traders stranded.Plot 33-35 along

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Nalubaale, Kiira Dams Closed Due to Floating Weeds

Views: 0An aerial view taken of Kiira Power dam (front) and Nalubaale power dam sharing River Nile water in Jinja, Uganda. Uganda has temporarily closed its Nalubaale and Kiira hydropower plants after a floating “island” of weeds obstructed the installations on the Nile River. The closure has led to power outages in Kampala and surrounding

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