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Nigerian students experience a nightmare in India

Nigerian students experience a nightmare in India.

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9 Dec 2019
Nigerian students experience a nightmare in India.
6 Jan 2020
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Images shot by the Croatian Red Cross show rubble in the street and emergency services deployed after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Croatia, near the town of Petrinja, while other UGC images show products that have fallen on the floor of a supermarket in Zagreb.
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Reports say the tremor was also felt strongly in Zagreb, some 50 kilometers north of the epicenter, where panicked residents ran into the streets. A Slovenian nuclear power plant has been shut as a precaution.