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At least 18 Indians killed in factory fire in Sudan: Indian Embassy

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
At least 18 Indians were among the 23 people killed and over 130 injured in a horrific LPG tanker blast at a ceramic factory in Sudan, the Indian mission said on Wednesday. Sixteen Indians were missing after the incident that happened at Seela Ceramic Factory in Bahri area in Khartoum, the national capital, on Tuesday.
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Fire breaks out after a gas tanker exploded at a tile factory in Khartoum, government says.

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