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9 Jan
Fires are common among the cramped, bamboo-and-plastic structures of Bangladesh's refugee camps. But authorities believed the blaze, which coincided with elections, could also be a case of arson.
9 Mar 2023
One month after a powerful quake devastated parts of Turkey and Syria, hundreds of thousands of people still need adequate shelter and sanitation, and an appeal for $1 billion to assist survivors is only 10% funded, hampering efforts to tackle the humanitarian crisis, a United Nations official said Monday.

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Following the fire outbreak at Agbado Road, Toyin Bus Stop, Iju Ishaga on Tuesday night, GuardianTV decided to visit the scene to get more information. Here's what people had to say.