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At least 20 Niger preschool children die in school blaze

By Reuters
14 April 2021   |   11:58 am
At least 20 nursery school children died in Niger on Tuesday in a fire that trapped them in straw-hut classrooms in a school in a poor neighbourhood of the West African nation's capital, government officials said.

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