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44 Killed In North India Floods

At least 44 people were killed and thousands moved to relief camps because of flooding caused by torrential rains in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh state, officials told AFP Saturday. Densely populated regions on the banks of two main rivers in …

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Senegal opens ‘biggest mosque in West Africa’ today

•France’s oldest mosque gets facelift SENEGAL’S influential Mouride Brotherhood will today inaugurate a 30,000-capacity mosque in the capital, Dakar, touted as the largest in West Africa and rivaling its opulent peers in Arab nations. According to Daily Mail, work on …

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UK grants Nigeria leave to appeal $9.6bn P&ID award

The United Kingdom Commercial and Arbitration Court has granted Nigeria leave to appeal against $9.6 billion awards in favour of Process and Industrial Development Limited (P&ID). The legal team is currently arguing the case for the stay of the execution …

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Trump slams Pelosi after she announces impeachment inquiry

Pelosi announces plans to go forward; Mike Emanuel has the details. President Trump accused Democrats of “PRESIDENTIAL HARASSMENT!” moments after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., publicly announced Tuesday that there will be a formal impeachment inquiry against him. The news …

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Angola Seizes Diamonds, Expels Half A Million Migrants

Angolan authorities have expelled more than half a million undocumented migrants in the past year as part of an operation to target diamond smuggling, the government said Friday. Mineral-rich Angola is a major producer of diamonds but the government believes …

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