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Fire kills at least 10 in Bangladesh capital, official says

Firstpost Thursday, 21 February 2019
DHAKA (Reuters) - A huge fire that broke out in a building in an old part of Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, killed at least 10 people, a fire service official said on Thursday, and the death toll could climb further.
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According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, as many as 70 people were killed in a major fire that engulfed several buildings in the Bangladesh capital, warning that the death toll could climb as fire fighters scour the rubble. The city’s worst fire since 2012 reportedly broke out late on...

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