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  2. List of BBC newsreaders and reporters - Wikipedia

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    BBC News employs many presenters and correspondents who appear across television, radio and contribute to BBC Online.BBC News provides television journalism to BBC One bulletins and the rolling news channels BBC World News and the BBC News Channel in the United Kingdom.

  3. Kenya Airways Flight 431 - Wikipedia

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    Kenya Airways Flight 431 was an international scheduled Abidjan–Lagos–Nairobi passenger service. On 30 January 2000, the Airbus A310-300 serving the flight crashed into the sea off the Ivory Coast, shortly after takeoff from Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport, Abidjan.

  4. Corruption in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Before 1990. The first corruption incident in Kenya is widely regarded as the Ngei maize scandal of 1965. Paul Ngei, an independence hero and at the time the Minister for Marketing and Cooperatives, was involved in a maize scandal that caused a national maize shortage.

  5. John Michie - Wikipedia

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    John Michie (born 25 October 1956) is a Scottish television and film actor, known for his roles as DI Robbie Ross in the STV detective drama series Taggart, as Karl Munro in Coronation Street from 2011–2013 and his role as CEO Guy Self in Casualty and Holby City

  6. Boda boda - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. A BBC journalist imagined its origin to be onomatopoeia.. A competing suggestion is that the boda boda had an apocryphal ability to transport people across a border without a need to complete the paperwork using a motor vehicle would necessitate; i.e. from border to border.

  7. Nottingham - Wikipedia

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    Nottingham Castle was constructed in 1068 on a sandstone outcrop by the River Leen.The Anglo-Saxon settlement was originally confined to the area today known as the Lace Market and was surrounded by a substantial defensive ditch and rampart, which fell out of use following the Norman Conquest and was filled by the time of the Domesday Survey (1086).

  8. ABC News (Australian TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    The BBC World News broadcasts come live into the ABC News channel before being broadcast around Australia. About two Al Jazeera English Newshours are also broadcast. However, since 2018, the overnight programming has slowly refocused on rebroadcasts of the channel's daytime live shows like The Drum and The World (on weekdays), and ABC's own ...

  9. Shipwreck - Wikipedia

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    A shipwreck is the wreckage of a ship that is located either beached on land or sunken to the bottom of a body of water. Shipwrecking may be intentional or unintentional. Angela Croome reported in January 1999 that there were approximately three million shipwrecks worldwi