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Papua New Guinea reports more than 2,000 people buried in landslide

Gulf-Times 27 May 2024
More than 2,000 people have been buried in a Papua New Guinea landslide that destroyed a remote highland village, the government warned Monday as it called for international help in the rescue ...

Papua New Guinea says more than 2,000 people buried in landslide

Raw Story 27 May 2024
... centre said in a letter to the UN obtained by AFP. The main highway to the large Porgera gold mine was "completely blocked", it told the UN resident coordinator's office in the capital Port Moresby.

Death toll from huge landslide that obliterated a Papua New Guinea village rises to an unimaginable...

The Daily Mail 26 May 2024
'The situation is terrible with the land still sliding ... Papua New Guinea landslide. More than 100 killed ... 'It's a centre of the community. People come from near and far to do their alluvial mining, and then they come to this place to trade,' Pakea said ... .

‘It was everything we wanted to be’: why Barcelona has given Manchester much more than Pep and fine food

The Observer 26 May 2024
A mile east of the city centre, on the site of a former coal mine, the 38,000-capacity City of Manchester Stadium was built for athletics, then converted for the new home of Manchester City in 2003.

READ IN FULL: Ramaphosa’s address ahead of this week’s election

Business Day 26 May 2024
This has led to the opening of new factories, mines, data centres and production lines ... New laws were introduced to strengthen the response of the criminal justice system and centres established to ...

Rescue teams arrive at site of deadly landslide in Papua New Guinea

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 25 May 2024
So far, at least four bodies have been recovered, a UN official based in the capital Port Moresby told AFP ... "It's a centre of the community. People come from near and far to do their alluvial mining, and then they come to this place to trade." ... .

GCC: historical milestones in its four-decade journey

Gulf-Times 25 May 2024
It also aims to advance scientific and technical progress in industry, mining, agriculture, water, and animal resources, establish scientific research centres, and implement joint projects, and ...

Korea-Việt Nam Mine Action for Peace Villages project started

Vietnam News 23 May 2024
The project is being managed by the Việt Nam National Mine Action Centre and funded with more than US$14 million from the Korean Government's non-refundable ODA.

Coober Pedy, the Australian town built underground to withstand extreme heat

France24 22 May 2024
... 50°C, is Coober Pedy, a town built underground and originally established as a mining centre for opals.

BGL to starts mining first quarter of 2025

B & FT Online 21 May 2024
The mining lease, ... “We not going to mine all the 62 square kilometer if we find high grade source and we are able to centre it, possibly, we are going to adapt the open cast mining system” he clarified.

Preview: 2024 French Film Festival Aotearoa

RNZ 21 May 2024
Hold on a minute, I have an idea The Crime is Mine (Mon crime). There are at least three crimes in The Crime Is Mine, including the one at the centre of the film’s plot (which I will come to later).

Gove: Surge in anti-Semitism not unlike rise of Nazis

AOL 21 May 2024
In a speech at a Jewish community centre in London on Tuesday, the Communities Secretary will warn that the safety of the Jewish community is the “canary in the mine” in acting as an early warning sign of threats to cherished freedoms in the UK ... .

Inside the village at the centre of Holland

The Daily Mail 21 May 2024
Other EU nations are watching with interest as the Netherlands coalition's radical policies - on immigration, agriculture and climate change – have been described as the 'canary in the EU coal mine'.

Explained: The history of Supreme Court orders against illegal mining in Sariska reserve

Financial Express 20 May 2024
In April 1993, the SC ordered the closure of 262 mines within that area ... The modified order left the specifics of ESZs to the Centre and the state, and focussed on mining \u2014 prohibiting it within 1 km of national parks and sanctuaries.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP