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Militants bomb Gaziantep, Turkey police headquarters
Militants bomb Gaziantep, Turkey police headquarters

A car bomb detonated at police headquarters in Gaziantep, Turkey on Sunday morning killed two police officers and injured more than twenty other people. The governor's office said nineteen of the injured were police officers.

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100 tons of ivory burned in Africa; estimated at $250 million on black market
100 tons of ivory burned in Africa; estimated at $250 million on black market

On Saturday, over one hundred tons of ivory was burned in Kenya. The elephant ivory's estimated worth on the black market was about $170 million and the rhinoceros ivory's around $70 million.

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60 people still missing after Kenyan house collapse
60 people still missing after Kenyan house collapse

According to a report from the Red Cross on Monday, about 60 people were still missing after a house collapsed during a heavy rain storm on Friday in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.

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