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  2. Shipwreck - Wikipedia

    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

  3. Nigeria Airways - Wikipedia

    The aircraft was due to fly the Jeddah–Lagos route, but it was diverted to Kano because of the weather. It was chartered from Alia Royal Jordanian Airlines and operated on behalf of Nigeria Airways for the Hajj season. 25 April 1977: Sokoto: F27-200 5N-AAW W/O 0 /23 Overran the runway on landing at Sokoto Airport. 1 March 1978: Kano

  4. Maasai Mara - Wikipedia

    The Maasai Mara is one of the most famous safari destinations in Africa. Entry fees are currently US$ 70 for adult non-East African Residents per 24 hours (if staying at a property inside the Reserve) or US$80 if outside the reserve, and $40 for children.

  5. Sharm El Sheikh International Airport - Wikipedia

    On 23 May 2007, the airport's second terminal, the new Terminal 1, was inaugurated with a capacity for 5 million passengers per year. The two-level, 43,000-square-metre (460,000 sq ft) terminal features 40 check-in counters and is designed to cater to a large number of international and chartered flights.

  6. Nicholas Hoult - Wikipedia

    Nicholas Caradoc Hoult (born 7 December 1989) is an English actor. His body of work includes supporting work in big-budget mainstream productions and starring roles in independent projects in both the American and the British film industries.

  7. 2019–2021 locust infestation - Wikipedia–20_locust_infestation

    The supercomputer, funded by £35m of UK aid as part of its Weather and Climate Information Services for Africa programme, has successfully forecast the movement of locusts using data such as wind speed and direction, temperature, and humidity.

  8. Poverty in Kenya - Wikipedia

    Kenya is a lower-middle income economy. Although Kenya's economy is the largest and most developed in eastern and central Africa, 36.1% (2015/2016) of its population lives below the international poverty line.