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Australian mother and daughter died in Grenfell Tower fire: DFAT

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 25 April 2018
Australian mother and daughter died in Grenfell Tower fire: DFATVictoria King, 71, and Alexandra Atala, 40, were the last two victims to be identified in November, after their remains were found in their 20th floor flat.
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