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Imam dead in SAfrica mosque attack, 2 others injured

A general view taken on May 5, 2018 shows the Sibanye-Stillwater Driefontein gold mine near Carletonville, near Johannesburg. An earthquake that hit the South African gold mine claimed a total of seven lives, its owner said on May 5, after rescue operations were completed at the site outside Johannesburg. The epicentre of the 2.2-magnitude quake was close to where the miners were working on May 3, and 13 employees were trapped about three kilometres (two miles) below the surface. / AFP / MUJAH

 

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