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Police: 17 killed in fire at New Delhi hotel, 4 others hurt

WorldNews Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Police: 17 killed in fire at New Delhi hotel, 4 others hurtNEW DELHI (AP) — Seventeen people died in a fire early Tuesday at a hotel in western New Delhi that left at least four others injured, police said. The fire at the Arpit Palace Hotel has been extinguished, but authorities are still...
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News video: At Least 17 Dead After Fire Breaks Out in New Delhi Hotel

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There were reportedly more than 50 people staying at the Hotel Arpit Palace when the fire started. Dozens of them were rescued by fire crews.

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