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Fuel tanker crash in Congo kills at least 39 – health ministry

By Reuters
08 October 2018   |   8:40 am
At least 39 people were killed and more than 80 suffered serious burns after a fuel tanker collided with a vehicle in Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday (October 6), the country's minister of health said.

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