Africa

    • Rescue workers carry a man from a collapsed building in Accra, Ghana, November 7, 2012.
    • Rescue workers carry a wounded man out from the debris of a collapsed building, Accra, Ghana, November 7, 2012.
    • Rescue workers look for survivors from the debris of a collapsed building, Accra, Ghana, November 7, 2012.
    • Rescue workers search for victims in a collapsed building in Accra, Ghana, November 7, 2012. (L. Burke/VOA)
    • People look at an excavator clearing the rubble on the scene of a six-story shopping center that collapsed in Accra, November 7, 2012.

    Retail Store Collapses in Ghana

    Published November 07, 2012

    Rescuers have pulled 38 people from the rubble of a large retail store that collapsed in the Ghanian capital, Accra.


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