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JERUSALEM — Rescue forces said Tuesday they pulled a fourth body from a multi-story underground car park that collapsed a day before in Israel’s financial capital Tel Aviv.
The teams believe that other three missing construction workers are trapped underneath the rubbles. “The effort is ongoing,” a military spokesperson said in a statement. (Israel-Building-Collapse)
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KAMPALA — Uganda’s ministry of health on Tuesday declared an end of the deadly yellow fever outbreak that has killed three people and infected another seven in the central and western parts of the country.
Anthony Mbonye, acting Director General of Health Services in a statement issued here said that the declaration follows no evidence of any active Yellow Fever transmission for the June 1-30 period.(Uganda-Yellow fever)
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WARSAW — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said here on Tuesday he would not meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Moscow on Sept. 9 as had initially been planned, the Polish Press Agency (PAP) reported.
Abbas, speaking at a press conference in Warsaw after meeting Polish President Andrzej Duda, explained the meeting had been proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Palestine-Israel-Abbas)
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KIGALI — Industrial experts have blamed persistent cases of graft among African countries for slowing down the industrialization process on the continent.
They made the remarks on Tuesday during the second day of the Global African Investment Summit in Rwandan capital Kigali.(Rwanda-Africa-Corruption)
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PHNOM PENH — A bomb exploded on a roadside in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, on Tuesday night, leaving two men and a woman wounded, according to police.
The blast happened at St. 63 corner 330 in Sangkat Beong Keng Kang III of Chamkamon district at 7:40 p.m. local time. (Cambodia-Bomb explosion) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana


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