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Photos: 115 African migrants including 11 women, a baby and 31 unaccompanied minors rescued from rubber boat off Libyan coast

  SOS Mediterranean, European Organization for the rescue of lives in the Mediterranean, on Saturday morning rescued 115 African migrants from an overcrowded fragile rubber boat in distress off Libyan coast. Among those rescued were 11 women, a baby and 31 unaccompanied minors. They are safely aboard safe in board the ship, …

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4 suspects appear in court Ozubulu church massacre

Yesterday, Four people suspected to be involved in the August killings at St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State, were arraigned before an Anambra State Magistrate’s Court, sitting at Ozubulu. During the church shooting back in August, 13 persons were killed, while about 22 were injured. …

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Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin dies in helicopter crash

  A Saudi prince has been killed in a helicopter crash that happened near the kingdom’s border with war-torn Yemen on Sunday afternoon. Prince Mansour Bin Muqrin, the deputy governor of Saudi Arabia’s southern Asir province was killed in the crash “while performing an inspection in remote parts of The …

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6 six killed and 35 injured in Gas Explosion in Ghana

At least six people have reportedly died while 35 others injured in explosions at Atomic Junction, near Legon, Accra, Ghana in Saturday night. National Fire Service spokesman Billy Anaglatey, who confirmed the incident on Sunday, said: “As we speak, six people are dead due to this fire,” he said, adding …

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HARNESSING TOMORROW’S ENERGY TODAY: A UNIFIED APPROACH

We are witnessing a transformation of global power markets led by renewables. Last year marked a turning point for renewables. Led by wind and solar, renewables represented more than half the new power capacity around the world, reaching a record 153 Gigawatt (GW), 15% more than the previous year. Most …

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