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Deadly blaze hits Moscow market warehouse

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  • April 3, 2012
Twelve people have been killed by a fire that swept through a market warehouse in southern Moscow. The victims were migrant workers from former Soviet states, AFP news agency quoted the city's emergencies ministry as saying. The two storey building w...

Blaze engulfs top of Moscow's Federation Tower complex

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  • April 3, 2012
Russian fire crews have tackled a spectacular fire that engulfed the top of a Moscow skyscraper still under construction. Helicopters helped douse the flames which broke out more than 60 floors up on the Federation Tower complex. The fire - visible a...

Two ice cream vans destroyed by fire in Luton

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  • April 3, 2012
Two ice cream vans have been destroyed by fire in separate incidents in Luton. Shortly before 01:30 BST a van parked on the drive of a house in Arundel Road was set alight. Shortly afterwards Bedfordshire Police received reports of another van on fir...

Coventry man jailed for Wyken flat arson above petrol station

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  • April 3, 2012
A Coventry man who burned down his flat above a petrol station has been jailed for four and a half years. Shane Willis, 45, set light to the flat on Torcross Avenue, Wyken in May after a dispute with his landlord, West Midlands Police said. Willis wa...

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service wins Tata Steel deal

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  • April 3, 2012
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service has won a multi-million pound private contract to provide 24-hour emergency cover to a steel giant in Scunthorpe. The deal with Tata Steel means retained firefighters will be stationed on site at its North Lincolnsh...

Fuel tanker bungalow crash driver Hugh Billington admits guilt

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  • April 3, 2012
A man who crashed a fuel tanker into the front of his family's bungalow has admitted a string of charges. Hugh Billington ploughed the tanker into the house he and wife Christine own in Wool, Dorset, on 20 January. The lorry driver, 51, pleaded guilt...

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