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33 dead in suspected arson attack on Japan animation studio

WorldNews Thursday, 18 July 2019
33 dead in suspected arson attack on Japan animation studioTokyo: A suspected arson attack at an animation production company in Japan killed 33 people and injured dozens more on Thursday, after a man reportedly doused the building with flammable liquid and shouted "drop dead." A motive for the apparent attack remained unclear hours after the blaze. If arson is confirmed, the attack will be among the deadliest criminal acts in decades in Japan, where violent crime is...
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At least 36 others injured after man pours flammable liquid inside building in Kyoto and sets it ablaze.

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