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Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

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Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

At least 33 people have been killed and 10 are in a critical condition after a suspected arson attack at an animation studio in Kyoto.

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