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Pakistan’s Friday Bombing Death toll shoots up to 59

Death toll of the two bomb blasts that hit two different cities of Pakistan on Friday has risen to 59, officials said on Saturday. ...
Indian paramilitary troopers stand guard ahead of India's Republic Day celebration in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, Jan. 25, 2016. Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir Monday intensified security and surveillance ahead of India's Republic Day, officials said. (Xinhua/Javed Dar)

Indian-controlled Kashmir gunfight toll rises to 7

Four militants, two Indian army troopers and a civilian were killed and three troopers wounded Sunday in a fierce gunfight in restive Indian-controlled Kashmir,...
hydropower

Nepal’s credit crunch taking toll on businesses

Manang Trade Link, the developer of the 20MW Lower Modi Hydropower Project in the Parbat district of western Nepal, is experiencing difficulty in securing...
accident or road crash

Morocco records 11 deaths from road accident

Citing the delegate of the health ministry in the city of Berrechid, Mustapha Farih, the daily Akhbar Alyaoum said that 18 other people were...
Accra floods

Accra’s City floods death toll stands at 10

Sandy Amartey, Regional Coordinator of NADMO, said the flood followed four days of torrential rains which wreaked havoc in the coastal city. According to him,...
accident or road crash

Central Pakistan Road crash death toll up to 13

Samaa News said that 19 people were also injured in the fatal accident and two of them are in critical condition in the district...
cholera

Cholera outbreak in Ghana shot up sanitation expenditure by 300 percent in 2015

The government spent 300 percent more than it had budgeted for on the sanitation sub-sector to arrest the cholera situation that had claimed 247...
demolition

Kenya suspends demolition of unsafe houses as death toll hits 49

Nairobi County Governor Evans Kidero said the move will give tenants sufficient time to seek alternative accommodation after some of the houses they had...
PORTOVIEJO (ECUADOR), April 22, 2016 (Xinhua) -- People affected by the earthquake rest at a shelter in Portoviejo, Ecuador, on April 21, 2016. Ecuador's Prosecutor's Office said in its latest report that the death toll of the devastating earthquake has reached 577. At least 13 foreigners from various countries were among the dead. (Xinhua file photo)

Rebuilding funds campaign launched in Ecuador

Ecuador is launching a campaign to gather relief funds urgently needed for its quake-devastated areas, as the official death toll has now reached 587....
Turkey

Ankara bomb attack death toll hits 37

At least one of the dead was a terrorist, Muezzinoglu said, adding that there could be a second terrorist among killed. ...
court

NW Pakistan Court Blast death toll rises to 16

Sohail Khalid, the District Police Officer (D.P.O), said that 22 people were also injured in the blast which was carried out by a...

Reports says children suffered more in 2015 from conflicts and violence

A senior UN official said Monday that increasingly complex and widening conflicts have taken a huge toll on children in much of the Middle...
ACCIDENT

Namibia traffic accident death toll rises to 15

The accident, involving a commuter minibus and a truck, occurred about 520 kilometers from Windhoek. Fourteen people on the minibus traveling...

Death toll from Taiwan quake reaches 116 as search ends

The 6.7-magnitude quake hit Kaohsiung city at a depth of 15 km at 3:57 a.m. last Saturday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center....
Photo taken on July 21, 2015 shows exposed riverbed in Shanzuizi Village of northeast China's Liaoning Province. The lingering drought in Liaoning has resulted in about 178,200 people lack of drinking water and has affected about 1.15 million hectares of crops. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

Deficit for Namibian farmers as they lose livestock to drought

It's a Thursday afternoon at Iiputu village and the sun was at its peak. In a dry grazing area, with support of small tree...
Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, Legon VC

Public sector job ban puts pressure on UG staff

Prof Aryeetey said the decision has affected academic work at the University, as retired employees cannot be replaced until the ban is lifted. Delivering a...
Nepal

Nepal?s quake latest death toll now stands at 7,557

Death toll from April 25 Nepal quake and aftershocks reached 7,557 and the number of injuries rose to 1,4536, the Ministry of Home affairs...

Death toll rises to 6,659 in Nepal Quake

Death toll from Nepal quake soars to 6,659 Nepal?s death toll rises to 6,659
Afghanistan FLAG

Official say toll rise to 250 in Afghan avalanche

The death toll has risen to more than 250 while a number of others still missing after avalanches struck parts of Afghanistan over the...
MINING

uncertainty Over Legislation Taking Toll Of SA Mining Sector

South Africa?s mining industry has long been one of the economy?s most visible drivers, but uncertainty over legislation and a difficult operating environment are...

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