Cyprus Mail
World

Twelve people dead after fire at a sewing room in Moscow

Twelve people were found dead after a fire in a sewing room in Moscow, Russia’s Investigative Committee said on Sunday.

The committee, which has opened a criminal case over the fire, said the blaze broke out late on Saturday. It was investigating possible causes, including a technical problem or deliberate arson.

Interfax news agency said that according to preliminary information, among the 12 people dead was a small child. The rest were workers from Central Asia.

Related posts

Turkey prepared for possible Syria border operation, says Erdogan

Reuters News Service

Battered Trudeau gets brief reprieve amid Canada blackface scandal

Reuters News Service

Iran says new US sanctions target Iranians’ access to food, medicine

Reuters News Service

U.S. and El Salvador sign joint immigration deal

Reuters News Service

At least four dead, 12 critically injured, in Utah tour bus crash

Reuters News Service

Malta appoints public inquiry into murder of prominent journalist

Reuters News Service

1 comment

Comments are closed.