16 doctors died, 1,031 exposed treating patients -NARD, Halep wins Italian Open and more
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Over 30 Taliban fighters killed in Afghan airstrikes: govt
The Afghan air force carried out multiple strikes on Taliban positions in the northeast of the country, reportedly also killing women and children. The attack happened a week after long-awaited peace talks kicked off.
Niger Govt. sacks 80 civil servants for fraud, Lagos State pledges 20 cars to outstanding teachers and more
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British police open murder probe after 'random' knife attack
One man has been killed and seven people are wounded after late-night stabbings in the center of Birmingham. Police are still investigating, but have said there is no sign the attack is "terror-related."
Loveparade stampede: Ten years later and the blame game continues
Twenty-one people were killed, hundreds injured. No one has been held accountable after a trial ends without a verdict. How could this be? A new documentary sheds some light on the matter.
Nigeria: Dozens killed in terrorist attack
The death toll stands at 81 after suspected members of the extremist group Boko Haram carried out an attack in Borno state. Thousands have been killed in the region by Islamist insurgents over the last decade.
15 year old boy kidnapped, killed in Bauchi, Borno to decongest 23 IDPs against COVID-19 and more
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Rescuers search for survivors after a landslide leaves 19 dead in Brazil
Firefighters are still searching for people under the rubble after a landslide caused by heavy rains in Guaruja, near Sao Paulo, killed at least 19 people.
At least two killed and dozens trapped in Zimbabwe gold mine
At least two people are killed and around 20 others are thought to be trapped below ground in a mining accident in Zimbabwe. Meanwhile, the world's mining elite gather in Cape Town for a top-flight industry conference. We hear more about the challenges facing the sector. And the very few Congolese World War II veterans still alive remember the sacrifices they made fighting for Belgium during the conflict. The former colonial ruler has been criticised for turning its back on African soldiers who battled shoulder to shoulder with the Belgians.