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15 die in Ukraine nursing home fire

Por: Associated Press World January 21, 2021

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MOSCOW (AP) — A fire at a private nursing home in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv killed 15 people and injured five others Thursday, officials said.The cause of the blaze in the two-story building was under investigation.News reports said the building originally was a residence but had been converted into a nursing home and that it was unclear if it had been registered for that function. The Interfax news agency cited Kharkiv police as saying... + full article



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