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8 Nov 2021
The explosion, in the capital, Freetown, happened as large crowds gathered to collect leaking fuel. The oil tanker was damaged earlier in an accident with a bus.
27 Nov 2020
Salma al-Najjar, a petrol station attendant in the Gaza Strip, sees her part-time job in larger terms than the traditional act of filling a customer's tank. The 15-year-old trailblazer is the first female to work at a gas station in the Palestinian territory, which has been controlled by the Islamist group Hamas since 2007.
8 Oct 2020
An explosion occurred at a gas station in the Baruwa area, a northwestern suburb of Lagos Thursday morning, October 8. At least 4 people were killed, and several buildings were burnt according to reports.

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