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  2. Westgate shopping mall attack - Wikipedia

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    On Saturday, 21 September 2013, four masked gunmen attacked the Westgate shopping mall, an upscale mall in Nairobi, Kenya. There are conflicting reports about the number killed in the attack, since part of the mall collapsed due to a fire that started during the siege.

  3. Demographics of atheism - Wikipedia

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    A 2004 survey by the BBC in 10 countries showed the proportion of the population "who don't believe in God" varying between 0% (Nigeria) and 39% (UK), with an average close to 17% in the countries surveyed, however, 8% of the respondents specifically stated that they consider themselves to be "atheists".

  4. Al Jazeera English - Wikipedia

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    News: World news live from Al Jazeera's Doha broadcast centre; World news live from Al Jazeera's London broadcast centre; Newshour – an hour of world news and sport hosted from both of Al Jazeera's broadcast centres. Newsgrid − an interactive news and live post. Launched on 14 November 2016 as part Of Al Jazeera English's 10 Year ...

  5. Eliud Kipchoge - Wikipedia

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    Eliud Kipchoge EGH (English: / ˌ ɛ l i ˈ uː d k ɪ p ˈ tʃ oʊ ɡ ə / EL-ee-OOD kip-CHOH-gə; (born 5 November 1984) is a Kenyan professional long-distance runner who competes in the marathon and formerly competed at the 5000 metre distance.

  6. List of concentration and internment camps - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of internment and concentration camps, organized by country.In general, a camp or group of camps is designated to the country whose government was responsible for the establishment and/or operation of the camp regardless of the camp's location, but this principle can be, or it can appear to be, departed from in such cases as where a country's borders or name has changed or it ...

  7. List of planned cities - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of planned cities (sometimes known as planned communities or new towns) by country.Additions to this list should be cities whose overall form (as opposed to individual neighborhoods or expansions) has been determined in large part in advance on a drawing board, or which were planned to a degree which is unusual for their time and place.

  8. 5G - Wikipedia

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    In telecommunications, 5G is the fifth generation technology standard for broadband cellular networks, which cellular phone companies began deploying worldwide in 2019, and is the planned successor to the 4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cellphones. 5G networks are predicted to have more than 1.7 billion subscribers worldwide by 2025, according to the GSM Association.

  9. Egyptian revolution of 2011 - Wikipedia

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    A news blackout was lifted as the prime minister landed in Cairo for a brief five-hour stopover, hastily added to the beginning of a planned tour of the Middle East. On 15 March, United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Egypt; she was the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit the country since the handover of power from Mubarak ...