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25 children and teachers die in fire at school in Malaysia

MailOnline Thursday, 14 September 2017 ()
25 children and teachers die in fire at school in MalaysiaMost of the victims - 23 children and two adults -were asleep in their dormitories at the school in Kuala Lumpur, when the fire broke out, and once the blaze had taken hold it was too late.
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Malaysia school fire kills 23 children and teachers 01:18

Twenty-three people, mostly children, were killed when a blaze tore through a Malaysian religious school, trapped in their dormitory by metal grilles on the windows.

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