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19 Aug
Tonight, the ‘cattle boy’ millionaire who won Zambia’s Presidential election – our team tells us more. In Nigeria, a partial curfew is imposed after more than 20 Muslim travellers were killed on Saturday, and Cameroon gears up for the African Cup of Nations in just a few short month’s time.
24 Jul
Dozens were buried underneath the rubble of collapsed houses. Rescue workers raced to find survivors, and retrieve bodies despite continuous rainfall.
13 Jul
The vote was a test for incumbent PM Abiy Ahmed, who will begin a second five-year term. It was delayed by the coronavirus twice and could not be held in some regions due to unrest, leaving seats empty in parliament.
5 Jul
Rescuers in a Japanese holiday town hit by a deadly landslide continue their search for survivors on Monday morning.
24 Mar
The longtime president of the Republic of Congo is set for another five-year term after getting over 88% of the vote. The election day was marred by the death of his main opponent, Guy Brice Parfait Kolelas.
13 Jan
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15 Sep 2020
A rain-triggered landslide in central Nepal leaves at least 11 people dead and scores missing on Sunday.
16 Aug 2020
More than 40 bodies have been recovered after a massive landslide triggered by monsoon rains swept away dozens of tea estate workers in southwestern India, police say.
10 Aug 2020
More than 40 bodies have been recovered after a massive landslide triggered by monsoon rains swept away dozens of tea estate workers in southwestern India, police say.
7 Dec 2019
A landslide left houses destroyed in the small village of Les Mées in the south of France on Monday. About twenty people were evacuated by the fire brigade, though no-one was killed.
30 Oct 2019
Dozens killed, at least 30 missing in Western Cameroon landslide
12 Aug 2019
More than 30 people have died in Myanmar after heavy rains caused a landslide. The country's south has been devastated by heavy rains.

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