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30 Jul 2021
A group in Segou, Mali is putting up buildings using a traditional method called the Nubian vault. Using local earth, it is cheaper and more sustainable than building with cement, metal or even wood.
9 Feb 2019
Robbers tunneled from a basement into the sewer before traveling up and into a bank vault. Authorities reportedly found leftover equipment inside the sewer.

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