Fire destroys part of Nicaragua’s biggest market
15 May 2017 | 5:11 am
A fire in Managua destroys part of the biggest market in Nicaragua, but no people were harmed thanks to the intervention or more than 2,000 firefighters, police, soldiers and collaborators, an official says.
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