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‘Colossal’ flooding in Nigeria kills 500, submerges homes and businesses

By Reuters
18 October 2022   |   5:38 am
Widespread flooding has killed more than 500 people in Nigeria, left around 90,000 homes under water and blocked food and fuel supplies, two government ministries said on Friday.

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