Missing Dapchi Schoolgirls – Governor Geidam blames army for removing check points
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Missing Dapchi Schoolgirls - Governor Geidam blames army for removing check points.
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In the current flood disaster, THW teams are at the forefront of search and rescue operations, helping clear debris and bringing water and electricity systems back online. Who are they and what is the THW all about?
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Sudan army foils coup attempt.
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