Morocco begins construction of Africa’s tallest skyscraper

Morocco begins construction of Africa’s tallest skyscraper

The construction of the 250m-tall Bank of Africa Tower in Morocco, set to become Africa’s tallest skyscraper, will start on November 1, local media reported on Friday. According to Hespress.com …

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300,000 homes hit by hurricane-force winds in Portugal

300,000 homes hit by hurricane-force winds in Portugal

Hurricane-force winds have struck central and northern Portugal, leaving 300,000 homes without power. The remnants of Hurricane Leslie swept in overnight on Saturday, with winds gusting up to 176km/h (109mph). …

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Plateau LG elections: Protesters burn 4 houses

Plateau LG elections: Protesters burn 4 houses

Irate youths protesting the outcome of the Wednesday’s local government elections in Plateau State have burnt down four houses in Langtang South Local Government, the News Agency of Nigeri (NAN), …

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Hurricane Michael throws 1m people into darkness

Hurricane Michael throws 1m people into darkness

No fewer than one million people remained in darkness Friday morning after Hurricane Michael left a trail of destruction that claimed at least six lives, flattened entire towns and “shattered” …

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Majorca flash flood kills at least 10 on Spanish island

Majorca flash flood kills at least 10 on Spanish island

MADRID — Flash floods caused by torrential rains killed at least 10 people on the Spanish island of Majorca and burst the banks of a river, washing away vehicles and …

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Wages commission has no h/quarters after 25 years

Wages commission has no h/quarters after 25 years

Chairman and Chief Executive, National Salaries, Income and Wages Commission Mr. Richard Egbule has asked the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Muhammad Musa Bello to allot a parcel of land …

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Torrent of mud and water sweep away Ugandan villages

Torrent of mud and water sweep away Ugandan villages

A landslide following heavy rains in eastern Uganda has killed more than 30 people. It is feared that the death toll could rise as a government rescue team reaches the …

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Police families lament demolition of their homes

Police families lament demolition of their homes

Twenty-one families of serving and retired police officers living at the railway premises, Ebutte Meta, are questioning the rationale behind the eviction from their homes. The victims during a protest …

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Flood: NEMA wants people living around River Niger evacuated

Flooding: NEMA declares national disaster in five more states

The National Emergency Management Agency on Thursday declared a national disaster in five more states following the devastating floods that ravaged the states. It outlined the five states as Adamawa, …

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FCTA steps up effort towards safer, liveable city

FCTA steps up effort towards safer, liveable city

In a move to check urban decay, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has set up the City We Need Implementation Committee for a safer and liveable city. Viewpoint Housing …

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