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Five dead in building collapse in China's Shanghai

Reuters Thursday, 16 May 2019
Five people were killed when a building undergoing renovation collapsed in China's financial hub of Shanghai on Thursday, though 14 people were pulled from the rubble alive by rescuers.
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