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Nigerian Manchester United fans electrocuted watching match

All India Radio Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
In Nigeria, at least seven people have died after an electric cable fell on fans watching a Manchester United match on TV. Police said the high-tension cable fell on a crowded shack showing the Europa League quarter finals in the southern city of Calabar.
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