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Death toll rises to 26 in weekend blasts in Somalia capital

Seattle Times Monday, 24 December 2018
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — Police and hospital sources in Somalia say the death toll has risen to 26 from Saturday’s twin bombings in the capital, Mogadishu. Capt. Mohamed Hussein said the number killed rose because several victims of the suicide car bomb near the rear entrance of the presidential palace died in hospitals. Hospital sources […]
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According to Earther, the death toll in Indonesia has risen to 429 in the wake of a tsunami. The tsunami struck the islands of Java and Sumatra near the Sunda Strait over the weekend. The tsunami was triggered by volcanic activity on the island of Anak Krakatoa, which caused underwater landslides at...

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