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News24 Monday, 20 March 2017
At least 20 students have died after trees fell on them while swimming in a river during a storm in Ghana, emergency officials say.
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At least 18 people have died, many of them high school students, when a tree fell on them at a waterfall in Ghana. The pupils were swimming during a storm when trees began to fall, trapping bathers in a pool at the bottom of the Kintampo falls, in the Brong-Ahafo region 400km north of the capital...

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