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Over 100 minors killed in Sierra Leone floods, mudslides

Mid-Day Friday, 18 August 2017
Over 100 minors killed in Sierra Leone floods, mudslidesAt least 109 children were among the more than 300 people who were killed in the deadly floods and mudslides that swept through Sierra Leone earlier in the week, a UN agency said.

The number could grow as search and rescue operations are ongoing and over 600 people remain missing, after heavy rainfall caused a natural disaster...
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News video: Victims of Sierra Leone floods take refuge in school

Victims of Sierra Leone floods take refuge in school 00:37

Hundreds of people made homeless by the devastating floods and mudslides in Sierra Leone take refuge in a school, where aid agencies try to provide them with food and shelter. The disaster began August 14 when heavy rains hit the city and the partial collapse of a hillside triggered mudslides,...

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