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In the jungle, the mighty jungle: Lions on the loose in Nairobi

Feb 19, 2016

In the jungle, the mighty jungle: Lions on the loose in Nairobi

Wildlife rangers in the Kenyan capital said Friday they were hunting for two lions who left Nairobi's national park and went into into "highly populated" areas. #Kenya #Nairobi #city #Lions #Shareworthy #animal human conflict
Humans vs Predator: Leopards are in conflict with residents in Bengaluru and are paying the price

Feb 08, 2016

Humans vs Predator: Leopards are in conflict with residents in Bengaluru and are paying the price

In Bengaluru alone, four leopards were run over and killed by speeding vehicles over the past four years. Across Karnataka state, around 25 leopards were run over in the same period. #India #ConnectTheDots #Bengaluru #city #Electronic City #Leopards #animal conservation #animal human conflict #Sarjapura road
Machine guns, no-fly zone guard pope's opening of Holy Year | Reuters

Dec 09, 2015

Machine guns, no-fly zone guard pope's opening of Holy Year | Reuters

VATICAN CITY Tens of thousands of Roman Catholics backed up for blocks at the Vatican on Tuesday for the strictest security checks in living memory as Pope Francis began a Holy Year with a call to set aside "fear and dread". #Paris #Security #italian #city #Roman Catholics #crispian-balmer #faithful
Protesters seize Ahmadi mosque in Pakistan after blasphemy rumour | Reuters

Nov 21, 2015

Protesters seize Ahmadi mosque in Pakistan after blasphemy rumour | Reuters

LAHORE/ KARACHI Angry protesters attacked and occupied a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadi sect in northeastern Pakistan on Saturday, a day after they torched a factory in response to rumours an Ahmadi employee had committed blasphemy. The Interior Ministry said police and army had been deployed to the Jehlum district, 164 km (100 miles) north of the city of Lahore and that there were no casualties #Islam #mosque #Muslim #interior #prophet #city #Sunni Muslim
Faulty airbags: Honda recalls 2.24 lakh units of CR-V, Civic, City and Jazz

Sep 19, 2015

Faulty airbags: Honda recalls 2.24 lakh units of CR-V, Civic, City and Jazz

Globally, Honda had announced recall of over two million units to replace faulty airbags provided by its supplier Takata Corp #NewsTracker #Jazz #Honda #recall #city #CR-V #Civic #faulty airbags
Indian-origin man becomes mayor of Germany's Bonn city

Sep 14, 2015

Indian-origin man becomes mayor of Germany's Bonn city

Ashok Sridharan, a mayoral candidate of Chancellor Angela Merkel-led Christian Democratic Union (CDU), has comprehensively won the election in Bonn. #Germany #Bonn #Mayor #city #Indian origin man #Peter Ruhenstroth-Bauer #Ashok Sridharan
A day after finding ancient city, archaeologists unearth 2500-year-old temple in Raipur

Aug 27, 2015

A day after finding ancient city, archaeologists unearth 2500-year-old temple in Raipur

Merely a day after the ASI unearthed a city near Madurai around 3,000 years old, archaeologists have found a temple in the Rajim town of Raipur. #India #NewsTracker #history #Chhattisgarh #temple #ASI #Raipur #city #Archaeological Survey of India #Mauryan empire #Rajim
Ghana destroys hundreds of homes in capital in bid to prevent floods | Reuters

Jun 21, 2015

Ghana destroys hundreds of homes in capital in bid to prevent floods | Reuters

ACCRA Bulldozers razed hundreds of homes and businesses in the poor Sodom and Gomorrah neighbourhood of Ghana's capital on Saturday so the authorities can start widening a lagoon to prevent a repeat of this month's deadly floods. #Business #Middle East #United Kingdom #Latin America #city
Manchester City raise Raheem Sterling bid to 40 million

Jun 17, 2015

Manchester City raise Raheem Sterling bid to 40 million

City offered £25 million plus add ons last week and this second approach for Sterling is unlikely to be their last. #Premier League #EPL #Liverpool #Manchester City #city #Raheem Sterling #LFC
Ghana petrol station blast, flooding leave estimated 150 dead | Reuters

Jun 05, 2015

Ghana petrol station blast, flooding leave estimated 150 dead | Reuters

ACCRA An explosion at a petrol station in Ghana's capital and flooding caused by torrential rains killed around 150 people, President John Mahama said on Thursday, marking the worst disaster to strike the West African country in more than a decade. Around 96 people who sought shelter from floods overnight at the state-owned GOIL ( GOIL.GH ) gas station near a busy downtown intersection were killed, authorities said. Thousands more were made homeless in the citywide flooding, officials said. #history #Africa #Fire #President #accident #People #city #station #the-station #filling #people-at-first #president-john