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Russia apartment collapse death toll rises to 33, including children

SBS Wednesday, 2 January 2019
Russia apartment collapse death toll rises to 33, including childrenA three-year-old girl is the latest confirmed death from the Russian apartment building collapse, which has killed 33 people.
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Reuters reports Thirty-seven bodies have been recovered from the rubble of a Russian apartment building that partially collapsed this week after an apparent gas explosion, Russian news agencies reported on Thursday. The blast in the early hours of December 31 damaged 48 apartments in a 10-storey...

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