A building has collapsed after heavy rains in Nairobi, killing at least seven and injuring over a hundred. After pulling a number of survivors from the rubble, Red Cross workers say there’s hope there are more still alive.
A seven storey building in the center of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, has collapsed. Rescue services reported that 15 people were missing.
A six-story building has collapsed in a residential area of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, leaving at least seven people dead and dozens injured. The incident follows days of heavy rain and floods in the area.
Sierra Leone has begun Thursday mass burials of the hundreds of victims of the deadly flooding and mudslides that hit Freetown. A third of the victims were children. Red Cross has said about 600 are still missing.
A six-month-old baby has been pulled from the rubble of a building that collapsed 80 hours before. Police have launched investigations into the building's owners as well as several officials for bypassing regulations.
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