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New Zealand triplets killed in Qatar fire

telegraph.co.uk (1 year and 10 months ago)

May 29, 2012

Three New Zealand triplets were among 13 children who died when a fire tore through a shopping centre in Doha, claiming a total of 19 lives, Prime Minister John Key said Tuesday. full story

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New Zealand triplets killed in Qatar shopping mall fire

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New Zealand triplets die in Qatar fire

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Qatar shopping mall fire kills New Zealand triplets

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New Zealand triplets likely among Qatar mall dead

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New Zealand triplets likely among Qatar mall dead

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New Zealand triplets likely among Qatar mall dead

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