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Deadly fire engulfs Paris building, 1 arrested

By DW
06 February 2019   |   12:42 pm
At least 10 people have died and 30 were injured in a building fire in the French capital. Paris' top public prosecutor said that a woman had been arrested and preliminary evidence suggested a criminal cause.

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