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25 Sep
Shocked and grieving Russians gather outside a university in the city of Perm after a student went on a campus shooting spree, killing six people and wounding dozens more. With a heavy police presence around Perm State University a day after the killings, they lay red carnations and light candles at makeshift memorials.
24 May
Residents of Maiduguri the Borno state capital have described as shocking the death of the chief of army staff Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru and ten others in an air crash on Friday.
11 Nov 2020
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12 Oct 2020
Journalists in Russia increasingly report of draconian laws and heavy-handed intimidation against them. A day after her home was subjected to a search, news editor Irina Slavina took her protest to the local police headquarters, with tragic consequences.
9 Apr 2017
Sweden continues to mourn the victims of Friday's truck attack that left four dead and 15 injured laying flowers at the scene of the attack on Sunday morning.

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